Journalism’s visual construction of place in environmental coverage
Newspaper Research Journal.
Abstract: This study builds on our understanding of how visual journalism is used with environmental reporting to create a sense of place and understanding. While most American photojournalism tends to favor close-up photos with people, environmental coverage leans opposite: sweeping landscape photos devoid of people. However, our content analysis of wire and non-wire environmental photos on US newspaper front pages show support that person-focused feature imagery is being used more, though mostly at an informational level.
Terrains of Media Work; Producing Amateurs and Professionals in the 19th-Century United States.
Abstract: This article investigates the reproduction of the foundational terrain of media work as composed of amateur and professional realms through the youth movement of amateur journalism in the late 19th-Century […]