Journalism Research in Practice

Perspectives on Change, Challenges, and Solutions

Robert E. Gutsche, Jr. (Redaktør) ; Bonnie Brennen (Redaktør)

Journalism Research in Practice: Perspectives on Change, Challenges, and Solutions is a unique collection of research on journalism written for journalists and wider audiences. Based on scholarship previously published in Journalism Practice, Journalism Studies, and Digital Journalism, authors have updated and rewritten their works to make connections to contemporary issues. Les mer
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Journalism Research in Practice: Perspectives on Change, Challenges, and Solutions is a unique collection of research on journalism written for journalists and wider audiences. Based on scholarship previously published in Journalism Practice, Journalism Studies, and Digital Journalism, authors have updated and rewritten their works to make connections to contemporary issues. These 28 studies include perspectives on modern-day freelancing, digitization, and partisan influences on the press. They appear in four distinct sections:


* Addressing Journalism in Times of Social Conflict


* Advancements in New Media and Audience Participation


* Challenges and Solutions in a Changing Profession


* Possibilities for Journalism and Social Change


This book is a collection by leading scholars from the field of Journalism Studies who have revisited their previous work with the intent of asking more questions about how journalism looks, works, and is preparing for the future. From coverage on Donald Trump and alt-right media to media trust, verification, and social media, this volume is relevant for practicing journalists today who are planning for tomorrow, students learning about the field and its debates, and scholars and educators looking for approachable texts about complex issues.

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INTRODUCTION


Journalism Research in Practice: Strategies, Innovation, and Approaches to Change, Bonnie Brennen & Robert E. Gutsche Jr.





ADDRESSING JOURNALISM IN TIMES OF SOCIAL CONFLICT


Chapter 1: Hero or Anti-Hero? Journalists and their Stories, Scott A. Eldridge II


Chapter 2: Journalists' Perceptions of Mass Shooting Coverage and Factors Influencing Those Perceptions, Nicole Smith Dahmen, Jesse Abdenour & Karen McIntyre


Chapter 3: Media Criticism from the Far-Right: Attacking from Many Angles, Tine Ustad Figenschou & Karoline Andrea Ihlebaek


Chapter 4: Public Media and Marginalized Publics: Online and Offline Engagement Strategies and Local Storytelling Networks, Andrea Wenzel


Chapter 5: "Listen First, Then Ask!" Listening-based Journalistic Questioning Training Methods, Halliki Harro-Loit & Kadri Ugur


Chapter 6: "I Was Doing a Good Deed": Exploring the Motivations of Photo Story Subjects in Granting Photojournalists Access, Brian P. McDermott, Tara M. Mortensen, Khadija Ejaz & Daniel D. Haun


Chapter 7: Is Journalism Going Global? Finding Answers in Quantitative Studies Employing the Concepts of the "Culture Peg" and the "Culture Link", Miki Tanikawa


Chapter 8: Challenging Data-Driven Journalism, Renata Faria Brandao


Chapter 9: A Tale of Two Tragedies: Culpability and Innocence in American Journalism, Saif Shahin





ADVANCEMENTS IN NEW MEDIA & AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION


Chapter 10: Five Things We Should Learn from the Messiness of Participation, Laura Ahva


Chapter 11: Disruptive Media Events: Balancing Editorial Control and Open Dissent in the Aftermath of Terror, Tine Ustad Figenschou & Kjersti Thorbjornsrud


Chapter 12: Insights from a Comparative Study into Convergence Culture in European Newsrooms, Manuel Menke, Susanne Kinnebrock, Sonja Kretzschmar, Ingrid Aichberger, Marcel Broersma, Roman Hummel, Susanne Kirchhoff, Dimitri Prandner, Nelson Ribeiro & Ramon Salaverria


Chapter 13: Automating Complex News Stories by Capturing News Events as Data, David Caswell & Konstantin Doerr


Chapter 14: Remaining in Control with an Illusion of Interactivity: The Paternalistic Side of Data Journalism, Ester Appelgren


Chapter 15: "Don't be Stupid." The Role of Social Media Policies in Journalistic Boundary-Setting, Andrew Duffy & Megan Knight


Chapter 16: What a Story! Interpretative Rhetoric in News Media's Facebook Updates, Yngve Benestad Hagvar


Chapter 17: How Engagement with Journalists on Twitter Reduces Public Perceptions of Media Bias, Trevor Diehl, Alberto Ardevol-Abreu & Homero Gil de Zuniga





CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS IN A CHANGING PROFESSION


Chapter 18: Fact-checkers as Entrepreneurs, Jane B. Singer


Chapter 19: Careers in Modern Professional Journalism: A Case Study of NYC Journalist Network Histories 2011-2015, Allie Kosterich & Matthew S. Weber


Chapter 20: From Analog Dollars to Digital Dimes: A Look into the Performance of US Newspapers, Hsiang Iris Chyi & Ori Tenenboim


Chapter 21: The Two Faces of Janus: Web Analytics Companies and the Shifting Culture of News, Valerie Belair-Gagnon & Avery E. Holton


Chapter 22: Where Do Facts Matter? The Digital Paradox in Magazines' Fact-checking Processes, Susan Currie Sivek & Sharon Bloyd-Peshkin


Chapter 23: Entrepreneurs and Idealists - Freelance Journalists at the Intersection of Autonomy and Constraints, Birgit Roe Mathisen


Chapter 24: Ethical Boundaries among Freelance Journalists, Birgit Roe Mathisen





POSSIBILITIES FOR JOURNALISM AND SOCIAL CHANGE


Chapter 25: Total Eclipse of the Social: What Journalism Can Learn from the Fundamentals of Facebook, Kristy Hess & Robert E. Gutsche Jr


Chapter 26: Pushy or a Princess? Women Experts and UK Broadcast News, Lis Howell & Jane B. Singer


Chapter 27: Local Journalism and the Information Needs of Local Communities: Toward a Scalable Assessment Approach, Philip M. Napoli, Sarah Stonbely, Kathleen McCollough & Bryce Renninger


Chapter 28: Solutions Journalism: The Effects of Including Solution Information in News Stories About Social Problems, Karen McIntyre

Om forfatteren

Robert E. Gutsche, Jr. is Senior Lecturer in Critical Digital Media Practice at Lancaster University, UK. He is author or editor of The Trump Presidency, Journalism, and Democracy; Reimaging Journalism and Social Order in a Fragmented Media World; and Geographies of Journalism, all published by Routledge.


Bonnie Brennen is Professor Emerita at Marquette University, USA. Her research addresses relationships between media, culture, technology, and society. She is the author or editor of seven books and one novel and her research has also been published in academic journals and edited books.