This second edition of The Handbook of Journalism Studies explores the current state of research in journalism studies and sets an agenda for future development of the field in an international context.
The volume is structured around theoretical and empirical approaches to journalism research and covers scholarship on news production; news content; journalism and society; journalism and culture; and journalism studies in a global context. As journalism studies has become richer and more diverse as a field of study, the second edition reflects both the growing diversity of the field, and the ways in which journalism itself has undergone rapid change in recent years. Emphasizing comparative and global perspectives, this new edition explores:
Key elements, thinkers, and texts Historical context Current state of the field Methodological issues Merits and advantages of the approach/area of study Limitations and critical issues of the approach/area of study Directions for future research Offering broad international coverage from world-leading contributors, this volume is a comprehensive resource for theory and scholarship in journalism studies. As such, it is a must-have resource for scholars and graduate students working in journalism, media studies, and communication around the globe.
Part I: Introducting Journalism Studies 1. Journalism Studies: Developments, Challenges, and Future Directions Karin Wahl-Jorgensen and Thomas Hanitzsch 2. Journalism History Martin Conboy 3. Journalism Theory Laura Ahva and Steen Steensen 4. Journalism Education Beate Josephi Part II: News Production 5. News Organizations Oscar Westlund and Mats Ekstroem 6. Journalists as Gatekeepers Tim P. Vos 7. Professionalism, Professional Identity and Journalistic Roles Thomas Hanitzsch and Henrik OErnebring 8. Boundary Work Matt Carlson and Seth C. Lewis 9. Objectivity, Professionalism and Truth Seeking C.W. Anderson and Michael Schudson 10. Journalism and Witnessing Mervi Pantti 11. Reporters and Their Sources Dan Berkowitz 12. Computational Journalism Neil Thurman 13. Journalism, Social Media and Online Publics David Domingo Part III: News Content 14. News Values and News Selection Deirdre O'Neill and Tony Harcup 15. Framing the News Christian Baden 16. News, Discourse and Ideology Darren Kelsey 17. News and Storytelling Karin Wahl-Jorgensen and Thomas R. Schmidt 18. Tabloidization of the News Herman Wasserman Part IV: Journalism and Society 19. Journalism and Democracy David Ryfe 20. Journalism Ethics Stephen J. A. Ward 21. Economic Contexts of Journalism Rasmus Kleis Nielsen 22. Journalism, Public Relations and Spin Jim Macnamara 23. Journalism, Trust and Credibility Arjen van Dalen 24. Journalism in War and Conflict Howard Tumber Part V: Journalism and Culture 25. Journalism, Audiences and News Experience Irene Costera Meijer 26. Journalism and Everyday Life Folker Hanusch 27. Journalism and Memory Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt and Motti Neiger 28. Citizen Journalism and Participation Stuart Allan and Arne Hintz 29. Gender, Sex and Newsroom Culture Linda Steiner 30. Covering Diversity Elizabeth Poole Part VI: Journalism Studies in a Global Context 31. History and Development of Journalism Studies as a Global Field Liane Rothenberger, Irina Tribusean, Andrea C. Hoffmann and Martin Loeffelholz 32. Comparative Journalism Research Thomas Hanitzsch 33. Journalism and Transitions to Democracy in Eastern Europe Peter Gross 34. Journalism and Authoritarian Resilience Cherian George
Karin Wahl-Jorgensen is Professor in the Cardiff School of Journalism, Media, and Culture, Cardiff University, Wales, where she serves as Director of Research Development and environment. Her most recent books include Emotions, Media and Politics (2019) and Digital Citizenship in a Datafied Society (2019). She has published multiple other monographs and edited collections, and just under 100 journal articles and book chapters. Thomas Hanitzsch is Professor of Communication in the Department of Media and Communication at LMU Munich, Germany. A former journalist, his teaching and research focuses on global journalism cultures and war coverage. His most recent books include Worlds of Journalism (2019) and the Handbook of Comparative Communication Research (2012, Routledge).