prof. dr. T.A.C. (Tamara) Witschge

Associate Professor / Rosalind Franklin Fellow

prof. dr. T.A.C. (Tamara) Witschge


  1. 2019
  2. Brouwers, A., & Witschge, T. (2019). ‘It Never Stops’: The Implicit Norm of Working Long Hours in Entrepreneurial Journalism. In M. Deuze, & M. Prenger (Eds.), Making Media: Production, Practices, and Professions (pp. 441-452). Amsterdam University Press.
  3. 2018
  4. Witschge, T., & Harbers, F. (2018). Journalism as Practice. In T. P. Vos (Ed.), Journalism (Vol. 19, pp. 105-123). ( Handbooks of Communication Science (HoCS); Vol. 19). De Gruyter Mouton.
  5. Witschge, T., & Harbers, F. (2018). The Entrepreneurial Journalist. In S. Eldridge, & B. Franklin (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Developments in Digital Journalism Studies (1 ed., pp. 86-98). Routledge.
  6. 2017
  7. 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 Routledge.
  8. 2015
  9. Witschge, T., & Schram, E. (2015). Journalistiek ondernemerschap: Tussen nichemarkt en maatschappelijk nut. In J. Bardoel, & H. Wijfjes (Eds.), Journalistieke Cultuur in Nederland (second ed., pp. 327). Amsterdam University Press.
  10. Witschge, T. (2015). Passive Accomplice or Active Disruptor: The Role of Audiences in the Mediatization of Politics. In J. Strömbäck, & F. Esser (Eds.), Making Sense of Mediatized Politics: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives Routledge.
  11. 2013
  12. Witschge, T. (2013). Digital participation in news media: ‘Minimalist’ views versus meaningful interaction. In R. Scullion, R. Gerodimos, D. Jackson, & D. Lilleker (Eds.), The Media, Political Participation and Empowerment Routledge.
  13. Witschge, T. (2013). Transforming Journalistic Practice: A Profession Caught Between Change and Tradition Rethinking Journalism. In M. J. Broersma, & C. J. Peters (Eds.), Rethinking Journalism: Trust and Participation in a Transformed News Landscape (pp. 160-172). Routledge.
  14. 2012
  15. Witschge, T. (2012). Changing Audiences, Changing Journalism? In P. Lee-Wright, A. Phillips, & T. Witschge (Eds.), Changing Journalism (pp. 117 - 134). Routledge.
  16. Phillips, A., & Witschge, T. (2012). The changing business of news: sustainability of news journalism. In P. Lee-Wright, A. Phillips, & T. Witschge (Eds.), Changing Journalism (pp. 3 - 20). Routledge.
  17. Witschge, T. (2012). The ‘tyranny’ of technology. In P. Lee-Wright, A. Phillips, & T. Witschge (Eds.), Changing Journalism (pp. 99 - 114). Routledge.
  18. 2010
  19. Witschge, T., & Fenton, N. (2010). Comment is free, facts are sacred: Journalistic ethics in a changing mediascape. In G. Meikle, & G. Redden (Eds.), Transformations and Continuities (pp. 148-163). Palgrave MacMillan.
  20. 2009
  21. Witschge, T., & Redden, J. (2009). A new news order? Online news content examined. In N. Fenton (Ed.), New Media, Old News (pp. 171-187). SAGE Publications Inc..
  22. Curran, J., & Witschge, T. (2009). Liberal Dreams and the Internet. In N. Fenton (Ed.), New Media, Old News: Journalism and Democracy in the Digital Age (pp. 102-118). SAGE Publications Inc..
  23. 2006
  24. 2005
  25. Witschge, T. (2005). Normativity online: Facing the boundaries of the boundless World Wide Web. In M. Consalvo, & K. O'Riordan (Eds.), AoIR Internet Research Annual Volume 3 (pp. 150-157). P.I.E. - Peter Lang.
  26. 2004
  27. Witschge, T. (2004). Online deliberation: Possibilities of the Internet for deliberative democracy. In P. Shane (Ed.), Democracy online: The prospects for political renewal through the Internet (pp. 109-122). Routledge.

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