Journalism

Papers
(The median citation count of Journalism is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Let’s dance the news! How the news media are adapting to the logic of TikTok80
The head and heart of news avoidance: How attitudes about the news media relate to levels of news consumption49
Life in a news desert: The perceived impact of a newspaper closure on community members47
Interpretations of the journalistic field: A systematic analysis of how journalism scholarship appropriates Bourdieusian thought36
Border patrol: The rise and role of fact-checkers and their challenge to journalists’ normative boundaries33
‘X Journalism’.Exploring journalism’s diverse meanings through the names we give it30
Defining and conceptualizing news literacy26
Dissecting news diversity: An integrated conceptual framework24
Interest matters: The effects of constructive news reporting on Millennials’ emotions and engagement24
Is citizen journalism dead? An examination of recent developments in the field24
Introduction: The emotional turn in journalism23
What to expect when you’re expecting robots: Futures, expectations, and pseudo-artificial general intelligence in UK news22
Avoiding real news, believing in fake news? Investigating pathways from information overload to misbelief22
Let’s nab fake science news: Predicting scientists’ support for interventions using the influence of presumed media influence model21
Hating journalism: Anti-press discourse and negative emotions toward journalism in Korea21
How the public understands news media trust: An open-ended approach21
Layoffs, inequity and COVID-19: A longitudinal study of the journalism jobs crisis in Australia from 2012 to 202020
Gatekeeping, ideological affinity and journalistic translation20
A systematic review of constructive and solutions journalism research19
Conceptualizing the Active Audience: Rhetoric and Practice in “Engaged Journalism”19
Hostile emotions: An exploratory study of far-right online commenters and their emotional connection to traditional and alternative news media18
Disrupting or reconfiguring racist narratives about Muslims? The representation of British Muslims during the Covid crisis17
Journalism Education in the 21st century: A thematic analysis of the research literature17
Journalistic innovation: How new formats of digital journalism are perceived in the academic literature17
Surveying journalists in the “New Normal”: Considerations and recommendations17
Tackling the emotional toll together: How journalists address harassment with connective practices16
Who is the censor? Self-censorship of Russian journalists in professional routines and social networking16
Smartphones as personal digital archives? Recentring migrant authority as curating and storytelling subjects15
Data-driven news work culture: Reconciling tensions in epistemic values and practices of news journalism15
How much journalism is in brand journalism? How brand journalists perceive their roles and blur the boundaries between journalism and strategic communication15
Regional news audiences’ value perception of local news15
Audience expectations of journalism: What’s politics got to do with it?14
The effect of news labels on perceived credibility14
Objects of journalism, revised: Rethinking materiality in journalism studies through emotion, culture and ‘unexpected objects’13
News media framing of social protests around racial tensions during the Donald Trump presidency13
Mediatization and journalistic agency: Russian television coverage of the Skripal poisonings13
Trauma exposure and post-traumatic stress disorder among regional journalists in Pakistan13
“Toxic atmosphere effect”: Uncivil online comments cue negative audience perceptions of news outlet credibility13
Before reception: Trust in the news as infrastructure13
Aspirational lifestyle journalism: The impact of social class on producers’ and audiences’ views in the context of socio-economic inequality12
A threat to journalism? How journalists and advertising sales managers in news organizations perceive and cope with native advertising12
‘Forced to report’: Affective proximity and the perils of local reporting on Syria12
Diffusion of innovations in digital journalism: Technology, roles, and gender in modern newsrooms12
Outbreak news production as a site of tension: Journalists’ news-making of global infectious disease12
Mitigating the consequences of negative news: How constructive journalism enhances self-efficacy and news credibility12
Perceptions versus performance: How routines, norms and values influence journalists’ protest coverage decisions12
Beyond verification: Flesh witnessing and the significance of embodiment in conflict news11
Where exactly between utopia and dystopia? A framing analysis of AI and automation in US newspapers11
Transparency as metajournalistic performance: The New York Times’ Caliphate podcast and new ways to claim journalistic authority11
An unavoidable convenience: How post-millennials engage with the news that finds them on social and mobile media11
Illusio and disillusionment: expectations met or disappointed among young journalists11
Issue stance and perceived journalistic motives explain divergent audience perceptions of fake news11
Redefining journalism narratives, distribution strategies, and user involvement based on innovation in digital native media10
From magazines to blogs: The shifting boundaries of fashion journalism10
The media diversity and inclusion paradox: Experiences of black and brown journalists in mainstream British news institutions10
Russia’s law ‘On news aggregators’: Control the news feed, control the news?10
Covering sustainable finance: Role perceptions, journalistic practices and moral dilemmas10
Cross-bordering journalism: How intermediaries of change drive the adoption of new practices9
Moral solidarity as a news value: Rendering marginalized communities and enduring social injustice newsworthy9
National prisms of a global phenomenon: A comparative study of press coverage of climate change in the US, UK and China9
A typology of alternative online political media in the United Kingdom: A longitudinal content analysis (2015–2018)9
Why people don’t pay for news: A qualitative study9
Deepfakes, misinformation and disinformation and authenticity infrastructure responses: Impacts on frontline witnessing, distant witnessing, and civic journalism9
Satirical news from left to right: Discursive integration in written online satire9
Disconnecting from digital news: News avoidance and the ignored role of social class9
A cudgel of repression: Analysing state instrumentalisation of the ‘fake news’ label in Southeast Asia9
Whose stories are told and who is made responsible? Human-interest framing in health journalism in Norway, Spain, the U.K. and the U.S.8
The blurring line between freelance journalists and self-employed media workers8
Origin stories of local journalism entrepreneurs8
Applying news values theory to liking, commenting and sharing mainstream news articles on Facebook8
Challenging journalistic objectivity: How journalists of color call for a reckoning8
Workplace well-being and support systems in journalism: Comparative analysis of Germany and the United Kingdom8
Reciprocal journalism’s double-edged sword: How journalists resolve cognitive dissonance after experiencing harassment from audiences on social media8
Expanding peace journalism: A new model for analyzing media representations of immigration8
Independent or a political pawn? How recipients perceive influences on journalistic work compared to journalists and what explains their perceptions8
Viral journalism. Strategy, tactics and limitations of the fast spread of content on social media: Case study of the United Kingdom quality publications8
Data journalism uptake in South Africa’s mainstream quotidian business news reporting practices8
Defending democracy or amplifying populism? Journalistic coverage, Twitter, and users’ engagement in Bolsonaro’s Brazil8
‘It’s OK to feel’: The emotionality norm and its evolution in U.S. print journalism8
“Why I quit journalism:” Former journalists’ advice giving as a way to regain control8
How source-level and message-level factors influence journalists’ social media visibility during a public health crisis7
Shaping the ‘inexplicable’: A social constructionist analysis of news reporting of familicide-suicide7
Agents of meta: Institutional actors in the journalism space and the innovation of local news7
Expert voices in the news reporting of the coronavirus pandemic: A study of UK television news bulletins and their audiences7
Visual polarisation: Examining the interplay of visual cues and media trust on the evaluation of political candidates7
Reporting familicide-suicide in broadcast media: An Irish case study to inform better practice7
Public service media for better democracies: Testing the role of perceptual and structural variables in shaping citizens’ evaluations of public television7
Do journalists differentiate between Muslims and Islamist terrorists? A content analysis of terrorism news coverage7
Adopting a mojo mindset: Training newspaper reporters in mobile journalism7
Individual differences in affective agenda setting: A cross-sectional analysis of three U.S. presidential elections7
What is terrorism (according to the news)? How the German press selectively labels political violence as “terrorism”7
Parasitic news: Adoption and adaption of journalistic conventions in hybrid political communication7
‘Do digital technologies matter? How hyperlocal media is re-configuring the media landscape of a Russian province’7
Emotive, evaluative, epistemic: A linguistic analysis of affectivity in news journalism7
Reporting the unsayable: Scandalous talk by right-wing populist politicians and the challenge for journalism6
Reducing misperceptions through news stories with data visualization: The role of readers’ prior knowledge and prior beliefs6
Communities of practice in the production and resourcing of fact-checking6
The political economics of news making in Russian media: Ownership, clickbait and censorship6
Writing for the audience or for public relations? How lifestyle editors perceive expectations about their professional role and manage potential for conflict6
Headlines for summarizing news or attracting readers’ attention? Comparing news headlines in South Korean newspapers with the New York Times6
Audience understandings of disinformation: navigating news media through a prism of pragmatic scepticism6
The comment gap: Affective publics and gatekeeping in The New York Times’ comment sections6
Making soufflé with metal: Effects of the coronavirus pandemic on sports journalism practices6
The effects of constructive journalism techniques on mood, comprehension, and trust6
Digitizing the paper of record: Archiving digital newspapers at theNew York Times6
Social media, misinformation, and cultivation of informational mistrust: Cultivating Covid-19 mistrust6
How fact-checkers delimit their scope of practices and use sources: Comparing professional and partisan practitioners6
Advocacy journalism in the 21st century: Rethinking entertainment in digital Black press outlets6
Journalism ethics with Foucault: Casually employed journalists’ constructions of professional integrity6
Co-creation in North American and European digital native media: Web, social networks and offline spaces5
The discourses of data journalism5
Social campaigns to social change? Sexual violence framing in U.S. news before and after #metoo5
How to tackle the conceptual inconsistency of audience engagement? The introduction of the Dynamic Model of Audience Engagement5
Self-censorship: Foreign journalists’ reportage of Turkey5
Ethiopian-Israeli women working in mainstream journalism: Linking Ethiopian, black and Israeli identities through news-making5
News comment sections and online echo chambers: The ideological alignment between partisan news stories and their user comments5
Dynamics of (dis)trust between the news media and their audience: The case of the April 2019 Israeli exit polls5
Back to the future of journalist work? Entrepreneurial subjectivity and freelance journalism in Sweden5
Social media news editors as journalists or marketeers: Who are they and how do they identify themselves?5
Perpetrator witnessing: Testing the norms and forms of witnessing through livestreaming terror attacks5
Where are the missing girls? Gender inequality, job precarity, and journalism students’ career choices in China5
Resisting the resistance (journalism): Ben Smith, Ronan Farrow, and delineating boundaries of practice5
Interdisciplinary approaches to journalistic translation5
Conservative advocacy journalism: Explored with a model of journalists’ influence on democracy5
“We always report under pressure”: Professionalism and journalistic identity among regional journalists in a conflict zone5
Problematising the restoration of trust through transparency: Focusing on quoting5
Using the Responsible Suicide Reporting Model to increase adherence to global media reporting guidelines5
The power of primary definers: How journalists assess the pluralism of economic journalism4
After the revolution: Tunisian journalism students and a news media in transition4
Discursive representation of the Article 370 abrogation: A comparative CDA of the headlines of two major Indian online news publications4
A public good: Can government really save the press?4
The value of Muslim and non-Muslim life: A comparative content analysis of elite American newspaper coverage of terrorism victims4
Who is a good journalist? Evaluations of journalistic worth in the era of social media4
The epistemic injustice in conflict reporting: Reporters and ‘fixers’ covering Ukraine, Israel, and Palestine4
Ideological manipulation in political news translation: An actor-network perspective4
The dark side of journalism: Understanding the phenomenology of conflicts in the newsroom and the mechanisms intended to solve them4
Networked agenda flow between elite U.S. newspapers and Twitter: A case study of the 2020 Black Lives Matter movement4
Where news could not inspire change: TRT World as a party broadcaster4
Marketing the construction of reality: Multiplatform production routines and the renegotiation of journalistic role identities in a legacy local television newsroom4
Risk perception in newspaper chains: Threats, uncertainties and corporate boundary work4
Strategy framing in the international arena: A cross-national comparative content analysis on the China-US trade conflict coverage4
Metrics as the new normal – exploring the evolution of audience metrics as a decision-making tool in Swedish newsrooms 1995-20224
The more, the better? Effects of transparency tools and moderators on the perceived credibility of news articles4
How to report on elections? The effects of game, issue and negative coverage on reader engagement and incivility4
Journalism as a profession of conditional permeability: A case study of boundaries in a participatory online news setting4
Justifying the news: The role of evidence in daily reporting4
The (r)evolution of transsexuality in the news media: The case of the Spanish digital press (2000-2020)4
The structures that shape news consumption: Evidence from the early period of the COVID-19 pandemic4
Journalists as mobility agents: Labor mobilities, individualized identities, and emerging organizational forms4
Examining audience perspectives on local newspaper futures4
News automation, materialities, and the remix of an editorial process4
Epistemic modes in news production: How journalists manage ways of knowing in hybrid media events involving terrorist violence4
Telling stories from the New Silk Road: A news discourse analysis of BBC’s podcast episodes on the Belt and Road Initiative4
“It’s a matter of age”: Four dimensions of youths’ news consumption4
Exploring “ideological correction” in digital news updates of Portland protests & police violence4
Divide and rule: Populist crackdowns and media elites in the Philippines3
Contagious accuracy norm violation in political journalism: A cross-national investigation of how news media publish inaccurate political information3
The news expectation predicament: Comparing and explaining what audiences expect from the roles and reporting practices of reporters on right-wing extremism3
Media and public sphere in Ethiopia: Mediated deliberations in public and commercial television programs3
Exploring the link between media concentration and news content diversity using automated text analysis3
Cross-cultural engagement through translated news: A reception analysis3
Gender byline bias in sports reporting: Examining the visibility and audience perception of male and female journalists in sports coverage3
The effects of transparency cues on news source credibility online: An investigation of ‘opinion labels’3
Performing journalism. Making sense of ethical practice within local interloper media3
Open-source investigation as a genre of conflict reporting3
Media’s portrayal of CAM: Exploring 40 years of narratives and meanings in public discourse3
Managing and resisting workplace reorganization: Labor-management relations in a pre-digital media corporation3
Journalistic knowledge production during a social crisis: How journalists claimed professional authority during the Chilean social uprising3
Lost in the stream? Professional efficacy perceptions of journalists in the context of dark participation3
How radio influences indigenous language podcasts in South Africa: A case study of Epokothweni and iLukuluku3
A brief history of news making in Russia3
The role of wire services in the new millennium: An examination of the foreign-reporting about Latin America in the German press3
Are byline biases an issue of the past? The effect of author’s gender and emotion norm prescriptions on the evaluation of news articles on gender equality3
Blast from the past: U.S. foreign policy and Indexing India in U.S. press during Cold War3
Journalists’ creative process in newswork: A Grounded theory study from the Philippines3
Euphoric defiance: The role of positive emotions in the British Eurosceptic discourse3
Black maternal mortality in the media: How journalists cover a deadly racial disparity3
How online harassment affects Korean journalists? The effects of online harassment on the journalists’ psychological problems and their intention to leave the profession3
The discursive representation of male sex workers in Thai newspapers3
Stereotypes and sexism? Effects of gender, topic, and user comments on journalists’ credibility3
Evaluating “exemplary data journalism” from Asia: An exploration into South China Morning Post’s data stories on China and the world3
Intertextuality and ideology: Social actor’s representation in handling of COVID-19 from China daily3
What is sex journalism or, rather, how does it become? Interviews with news workers on the risk and precarity of a gendered news niche3
Black bodies at risk: Exploring the corporeal iconography of the anti-police brutality movement3
(Re)writing history: Examining the cultural work of the obituary and journalists’ construction of a former president’s legacy3
Distributing ethics: Filtering images of death at three news photo desks3
Racism and journalism: The dangers of returning to the ‘safe-space’ of objectivity3
Representations of the 2014 Hong Kong protests in journalistic translation: A corpus-based critical framing analysis of Chinese and English news coverage3
Future conceptual challenges of cross-border journalism3
Using computational tools to support journalists’ creativity3
Trends in the interest in COVID-19 news of the local media and their readers: The case of Spain3
How organizational leadership and boundary spanners drive the transformation process of a local news media organization3
“You suck it up and you deal with it”: Blind spots in investigative reporting and how to overcome them3
Encoding polysemy in the news3
Producing anti-regime protest news in a polarized and clientelistic media system: A frame building approach3
Anger and the investigative journalist3
Of essential workers and working from home: Journalistic discourses and the precarities of a pandemic economy3
Blind spots and diversity in a local media landscape3
Framing migration in the Greek press; An analysis of the ‘Evros events’ in left, liberal, and far-right newspapers3
Motivated by political beliefs, not only by language: How Russian speakers in Germany compose their transnational news repertoires3
The news production process in the Brazilian journalistic coverage of the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games3
Gendering in the electoral run: A media monitoring study of women politicians’ representation in Belgian news3
Taking to the streets: The effects of in-the-field harassment against journalists covering protests3
Kontrpropaganda today: The roots of RT’s defensive practices and countering ethic3
Reclaiming the narratives: Situated multidimensional representation of underserved Indigenous communities through citizen-driven reporting3
Story character, news source or vox pop? Representations and roles of citizen perspectives in crime news narratives2
Assessing the growth of data journalism start-ups as alternative media and their roles in “flawed democracies”2
Small world sampling: Qualitative sample reliability and validity for efficient and effective recruitment of journalists as research participants2
Journalism ‘fixers’, hyper-precarity and the violence of the entrepreneurial self2
Why are journalists threatened and killed? A portrait of neo-paramilitary anti-press violence in Colombia’s Bajo Cauca2
Their floods and Our floods: News values of flood photo galleries of Associated Press and Xinhua News Agency2
Framing media populism: The political role of news media editorials in Duterte’s Philippines2
Covering religion: Field insurgency in United States religion reporting2
The imponderabilia of a stringer’s everyday life in Darjeeling Hills – excerpts from an ethnographer’s field diary2
Journalistic translation: A gate at which journalism studies and translation studies meet2
In feminism we trust! On how feminist standpoint epistemologies shape journalism practices in two argentine digital newsrooms2
Facing the music: Stereotyping of and by women in US music journalism2
The dependence of election coverage on political institutions: Political competition and policy framing in Germany and the United Kingdom2
Same threats, different platforms? Female journalists’ experiences of online gender-based violence in selected newsrooms in Namibia2
Analyzing media–government relations on policy issues in the semi-democratic milieu of Pakistan2
The societal context of professional practice: Examining the impact of politics and economics on journalistic role performance across 37 countries2
Functional interlopers: Lifestyle journalists' discursive construction of boundaries against digital lifestyle influencers2
Could cutting costs mean changing minds? Effects of local television news work routines on viewer attention, information-processing, and perceptions of story importance2
Silencing journalists in matters of public interest: Journalists and editors assessments of the impact of SLAPPs on journalism2
Social media algorithmic versus professional journalists’ news selection: Effects of gate keeping on traditional and social media news trust2
Personalisation in Journalism: Ethical insights and blindspots in Finnish legacy media2
Re-imagining the quantitative-qualitative relationship throughcolouringandanchoring2
Coverage of Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan in the international press: A perspective on indexing theory2
How have quality newspapers covered the microbiome? A content analysis of The New York Times, The Times, and El País2
Unethical but not illegal: Revisiting brown envelope journalism practice in Kuwait2
Hate as a ‘hook’: The political and affective economy of ‘hate journalism’2
‘Radio as usual’? Digital technologies and radio in conflict-Affected Burkina Faso2
“I love learning new things”: An institutional logics perspective on learning in professional journalism2
How does the political enter the newsroom? The representation of the Kurdish ‘Other’ in Turkish journalism2
Vernacular journalism: Local news and everyday life2
Do media systems matter? A comparative study of editorials on the migration crisis in the UK, German and Greek traditional press2
An Asian version of data journalism?: Uncovering “Asian values” in data stories produced across Asia2
How journalists internalize news practices and why it matters2
Labouring the news: Management control strategies and work intensification in the digital newsroom2
‘Nobody feels safe’: Vulnerability, fear and the micro-politics of ordinary voice in crime news television2
Digital journalism in Spain: Technological, sociopolitical and economic factors as drivers of media evolution2
Situational effects of journalistic resources on gender imbalances in the coverage of Swiss news media: A longitudinal analysis from 2011 to 20192
‘Machiavellian Russia’ in the Crimean conflict: Clarification of strategic narratives analysis method2
Speaking the language of market segmentation: How newsworkers describe their organization’s target audience2
Interrogating empathy in two long form texts: a comparative textual analysis of trauma affect2
Euphoria, disillusionment and fear: Twenty-five years of digital journalism (research)2
On digital slow journalism in Spanish: An overview of ten media cases from Argentina, Colombia, Mexico and Spain2
Willing but wary: Australian women experts’ attitudes to engaging with the news media2
An informed audience: The effects of constructive television news on emotions and knowledge2
(Re)connecting with audiences. An overview of audience-inclusion initiatives in European French-speaking local news media2
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