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She said, ‘Enough!’ Women-led protests around the world from a communication perspective Karin Assmann

Karin Assman is an invited panelist for an AEJMC ICD panel entitled: “She said, ‘Enough!’ Women-led protests around the world from a communication perspective” on November 17. She’ll be talking about initiatives in […]

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El fenómeno de la telenovela turca / The Phenomenon of Turkish Dramas Carolina Acosta-Alzuru

Carolina Acosta-Alzuru (October 2022). “El fenómeno de la telenovela turca / The Phenomenon of Turkish Dramas.” In Professor Giuliana Cassano’s course Géneros dramáticos televisivos globales / Global Dramatic TV Genres” […]

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Richer solutions journalism through multi-semiotic news storytelling Kyser Lough

Kyser Lough. “Richer solutions journalism through multi-semiotic news storytelling,” extended abstract accepted for presentation at the 19 Oct 2022 ECREA pre-conference: Constructive Journalism: Where are we now and what are […]

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Panel debate: Trends and developments in the research in constructive journalism Kyser Lough

Karen McIntyre, Nicole Dahmen, Kyser Lough, Cathrine Gyldensted and Ulrik Haagerup. Panel debate: Trends and developments in the research in constructive journalism. Networks and future collaboration? Invited panelist for the closing […]

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Journalism ethics at the crossroads: Democracy, fake news, and the news crisis

Book review. F. Marion Kronauge (undergraduate journalism student). (forthcoming). A review of Robert Patching and Martin Hirst book Journalism ethics at the crossroads: Democracy, fake news, and the news crisis, to […]

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Information-seeking barriers and strategies in maternity care: a framework analysis of nurses’ goals, plans, and actions Ivanka Pjesivac

Dalton, E. D., Miller, L. E., Pjesivac, Ivanka, & Eldredge, S. A. (2022). Information-seeking barriers and strategies in maternity care: a framework analysis of nurses’ goals, plans, and actions. Journal […]

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360-degree journalism as a gateway to information seeking: The role of enjoyment and spatial presence Ivanka Pjesivac, Solyee Kim & Sun Joo (Grace) Ahn

Ivanka Pjesivac, Sun Joo (Grace) Ahn, Solyee Kim (former PhD student) & Andrea Briscoe (current PhD student) (in press). “360-degree journalism as a gateway to information seeking: The role of enjoyment and spatial presence.” Journalism Practice. Advance online […]

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Copaganda and Post-Floyd TVPD: Broadcast Television’s Response to Policing in 2020 Laurena Bernabo

Laurena Bernabo, “Copaganda and Post-Floyd TVPD: Broadcast Television’s Response to Policing in 2020.” Journal of Communication 72 (4):488-496. Abstract: After George Floyd was murdered in 2020, U.S. police procedurals faced increased scrutiny […]

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Janice Hume Earns Lifetime Achievement Award in Journalism History Janice Hume

Janice Hume Earns Lifetime Achievement Award in Journalism History – The American Journalism Historians Association Service Awards Committee has honored Janice Hume of the University of Georgia as the 2022 […]

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The amplification effects of camera point-of-view (POV) revisited—racial disparity in evaluations of police use of force videos in the post-George Floyd era Glenna Read

Abstract: This study is a 2 (body-worn vs. onlooker camera) by 2 (dark skin vs. light skin citizens) within-subjects experiment that examines how camera POV affects racial bias in viewers […]

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