Research Centre for Media and Journalism Studies

Organisational unit: Research Group

  1. 2018
  2. Costa, E., & et al. (2018). Why We Post - A team approach to research dissemination. In Connecting Research and Teaching: Students as Partners in Shaping Higher Education London: UCL Press.
  3. 2017
  4. Sauer, S. (2017). Serendipitous search practices of media researchers: Developing techniques to elicit ‘the unforeseen'. Paper presented at World Humanities Conference, Liège, Belgium.
  5. Eldridge II, S. (2017). Dissolving boundaries: Mapping the discursive terrain of journalistic identity in a digital era. In M. Burger, J. Thornborrow, & R. Fitzgerald (Eds.), Discours des réseaux sociaux: : enjeux publics, politiques et médiatiques (1 ed., pp. 219-236). Brussels: De Boeck.
  6. Conboy, M., & Eldridge II, S. (2017). Journalism and Public Discourse. In C. Cotter, & D. Perrin (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Language and Media Abingdon, UK: Routledge.
  7. Broersma, M., & Esteve Del Valle, M. (2017). Automated Analysis of Journalists’ and Politicians’ OnlineBehavior on Social Media. In Data and Computational Journalism Conference (pp. 13-16). Dublin: University College Dublin.
  8. Sauer, S. (2017). Habit, craft and creativity: how digital search habits shape the craft of professional audiovisual storytelling. Paper presented at NECS 2017: Sensibilit & the Senses, Paris, France.
  9. Sauer, S. (2017). MediaNow – using a living lab method to understand media professionals’ exploratory search. Poster session presented at ICT.Open, Amersfoort, Netherlands.
  10. Hagedoorn, B. (2017). 'Disruptive Narratives: Interpreting the Dutch Media Event of 1968'. Paper presented at 1968 in the Media / Media Studies Commission Seminar, Paris., Paris, France.
  11. Esteve Del Valle, M., Gruzd, A., Haythornthwaite, C., Paulin, D., & Gilbert, S. (2017). Social Media in Educational Practice: Faculty Present and Future Use of Social Media in Teaching. In Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences-2017 (pp. 164-173). [978-0-9981331-0-2] IEEE computer society.
  12. Esteve Del Valle, M., & Borge , R. (2017). Are Social Media Changing Party Politics? Brokers among the Members of the Catalan Parliament Twitter Network. In Internet, Derecho y Política: retos y oportunidades (pp. 219-237). Barcelona : Huygens.
  13. Sun, Y., Graham, T., & Broersma, M. (2017). Environmental Talk in the Chinese Green Public Sphere: A Comparative Analysis of Daily Green-Speak Across Three Chinese Online Forums. In J. Schwanholz, T. S. Graham, & P-T. Stoll (Eds.), Managing Democracy in the Digital Age. : Internet Regulation, Social Media Use, and Online Civic Engagement. (1 ed.). Berlin.: Springer.
  14. Venturini, T., Bounegru, L., Jacomy, M., & Gray, J. (2017). How to Tell Stories with Networks: Exploring the Narrative Affordances of Graphs with the Iliad. In M. T. Schäfer, & K. van Es (Eds.), The Datafied Society:  studying culture through data Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  15. Costa, E. (2017). Social Media as Practices: an Ethnographic Critique of 'Affordances' and 'Context Collapse'. (pp. 1-13). http://www.media-anthropology.net/file/costa_socialmedia_as_practice.pdf.
  16. Van Cauwenberge, A., & Broersma, M. (2017). The influence of platform-specificity on political participation: How social media news use affects interpersonal political conversation. Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Diego, United States.
  17. Eldridge II, S., & Franklin, B. (Eds.) (2017). The Routledge Companion to Digital Journalism Studies. London: Routledge, Taylor and Francis group.
  18. Deuze, M., & Witschge, T. (2017). What journalism becomes: Societal role and public relevance in a digital age. In C. Peters, & M. Broersma (Eds.), Rethinking journalism again: Societal role and public relevance in a digital age Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, N.Y.: Routledge.
  19. 2016
  20. Hagedoorn, B. (2016). Television as a practice of cultural memory: A European comparative approach to studying AV representations of the past. Paper presented at 6th European Communication Conference (ECREA), Prague, Chez Republic. , Prague, Czech Republic.
  21. Sun, Y., Graham, T., & Broersma, M. (2016). Political talk and emerging spaces for deliberation in China? how Chinese citizens are talking politics on Qiangguo Luntan. Paper presented at The 6th European Communication Conference (ECC), Prague, 2016. , Prague, Czech Republic.
  22. Eldridge II, S., & Franklin, B. (2016). Defining Digital Journalism Studies. In The Routledge Companion to Digital Journalism Studies (pp. 1-12). Abingdon: Routledge.
  23. Eldridge II, S. (2016). The Digital Journalist: the journalistic field, boundaries, and disquieting change. In B. Franklin, & S. Eldridge II (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Digital Journalism Studies (pp. 44-54). Abingdon: Routledge.
  24. Wijfjes, H. (2016). Naar een kritische confrontatiecultuur: Nieuw Links, de VARA en de vernieuwing van het politiek-mediale complex. In G. Voerman, & C. Hietland (Eds.), 10 over rood 50 jaar later (pp. 73-98). Boom.
  25. Hagedoorn, B. (2016). 'How Televised History Contributes to Cultural Memory'. Paper presented at Serialised Storytelling international conference ‘TV series in contemporary societies’, Groningen, Netherlands.
  26. Bos, P., Wijfjes, H., Piscaer, M., & Voerman, G. (2016). Quantifying “Pillarization”: Extracting Political History from Large Databases of Digitized Media Collections. In M. Düring, A. Jatowt, J. Preiser-Kapeller, & A. van den Bosch (Eds.), HistoInformatics 2016: Proceedings of the 3rd HistoInformatics Workshop on Computational History (HistoInformatics 2016) co-located with Digital Humanities 2016 conference (DH 2016) (pp. 57-66). (CEUR workshop Proceedings; Vol. 1632).
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