Journalism Studies


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The Journalism Studies Division of the International Communication Association is concerned with journalism theory, journalism research, and professional education in journalism. The division invites a wide array of theoretical, epistemological and methodological approaches, all of which are united around an interest in journalism and share the aim of enhancing existing understandings of how journalism works, across temporal and geographic contexts. The division is intended to facilitate empirical research and to bring more coherence to research paradigms, and in so doing, to further support the professionalization of journalism studies and journalism education. With journalism as its focus, the division will create a setting in which scholars employing different kinds of academic approaches can engage in dialogue. It would be a clearinghouse for the wide range of scholarship on journalism.




This annual prize recognizes and rewards doctoral dissertation research that explains, enlightens, inspires, and improves the practice and study of journalism and communication. The winning dissertation should seek and reveal new insights, and reinforce the Journalism Studies Division’s stated aims for “scholarly effort that advances our understanding of how journalism works; and helps clarify, define and question core ideas in our field, such as news, media and journalism.” The award is named after Gene Burd, Professor of Journalism at the University of Texas, who endowed it to help reinforce the Journalism Studies Division’s purpose in supporting scholarly work that advances our understanding of journalism. The award is open to a diversity of methods and topics within journalism studies.

Amount of prize: $1,000, made possible through the generous support of Gene Burd and the Urban Communication Foundation.

Application Procedure: The nominated work must have been completed and defended within the two years prior to the award year (e.g., 2014/2015 for the award in 2016). All application materials must be in English. Each nomination should include: 1) an 8-10 page summary of the dissertation with no author-identifying information, addressing a) the problem addressed by the work; (b) its theoretical framework; (c) the method used; (d) key findings; (e) and a statement explaining its contribution to journalism studies; 2) a copy of the full doctoral dissertation (author-identifying information should be included); and 3) two supporting letters from faculty mentors. One of these letters must be a nomination from the graduate student’s degree advisor that includes a statement articulating the impact of the nominated dissertation and its contribution to the field of journalism studies. All materials must be submitted as PDF files.

The winner will be announced at the annual business meeting of the Journalism Studies Division of the International Communication Association. The nomination period opens December 10, 2015, and closes February 15, 2016.

Please send PDF nomination materials via email to the chair of the selection committee, Tim P. Vos ( by February 15, 2016.



ICA Journalism Studies Division Outstanding Journal Article of the Year Award

The Journalism Studies Division of the International Communication Association (ICA) announces its 2016 Outstanding Journal Article of the Year Award. The award competition is open to authors whose articles have appeared in peer-reviewed journals in the year 2015. The winner, who will receive 500 US Dollars and a plaque, will be announced during the division’s business meeting at the ICA conference in Fukuoka, Japan, in June 2016.

What are the criteria?
To qualify for the Award, articles must have been published in English language peer-reviewed journals and have made a substantial contribution to our under-standing of the ever-changing role of journalism in societies.

Who can nominate?
Articles must be nominated by a third person. The Award Committee does not accept self-nominations. The Committee particularly encourages journal editors to nominate articles that they deem outstanding.

What are the prerequisites for the authors?
At least one author must be an ICA member (but needs not be a member of the Journalism Studies Division).

Which journals qualify?
Nominated articles must have been published in English language in peer-reviewed journals. If the journal is not listed in ISI, evidence of the peer-review system must be supplied by the nominator.

What publication dates apply?
The nominated article must have been published in a 2015 issue of the peer-reviewed journal. Final electronic versions of accepted articles that are produced by the publisher will be accepted only in cases where the last issue of the year has not yet been printed or delivered. Articles published ahead of print are not eligible.

What must be supplied by the nominator?
The nominator must supply a pdf version of the published article and an explanation, no more than 250 words, of why the article deserves the Award.

What is the submission deadline?
February 1, 2016.

Where should the submissions be sent?
To the committee chair, Karin Wahl-Jorgensen:


The International Journal of Press/Politics Best Book Award

Nominations are invited for the annual International Journal of Press/Politics Best Book Award, to be sent to IJPP editor Rasmus Kleis Nielsen by email no later than February 15.

The International Journal of Press/Politics Best Book Award honors internationally-oriented books that advance our theoretical and empirical understanding of the linkages between news media and politics in a globalized world in a significant way. It is given annually by the International Journal of Press/Politics and sponsored by Sage Publications.

The award committee will judge each nominated book on several criteria, including the extent to which the book goes beyond analyzing a single case country to present a broader and internationally-oriented argument, the significance of the problems addressed, the strength of the evidence the book relies on, conceptual innovation, the clarity of writing, and the book’s ability to link journalism studies, political communication research, and other relevant intellectual fields.

Books published within the last ten years will be considered. Monographs as well as edited volumes of exceptional quality and coherence will be considered for the award. (Books by current members of the award committee are ineligible and committee members will recuse themselves from discussion of books by members of their own department, works published in series that they edit, etc.)

Nominations including a rationale of no more than 350 words should be emailed by February 15 to Rasmus Kleis Nielsen at

The nomination must specify why the book should receive the award by outlining the importance of the book to the study of news media and politics and by identifying its international contribution and relevance. Please include links to or copies of relevant reviews in scholarly journals.

Arrangements should be made with the publishers of nominated books for three hard copies to be sent by February 15 to the Rasmus Kleis Nielsen at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, 13 Norham Gardens, OX2 6PS, Oxford, United Kingdom.

Award committee
The award committee consists of Rasmus Kleis Nielsen (the editor of the International Journal of Press/Politics), Jesper Strömbäck (chair of the Political Communication Division of ICA), and Matt Carlson (chair of the Journalism Studies Division of ICA).

The award will be presented at the 2016 ICA Annual Meeting and will be announced on the IJPP website.



Communicating with Machines: The Rising Power of Digital Interlocutors in Our Lives
Second Call: Please note new submission due date/notification date. More information provided on the submission process.
Overview: Digital interlocutors are increasingly standing in for humans in communication contexts. This post-conference focuses on the power of artificial entities fostered in and through Human-Machine Communication (HMC), which encompasses Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), Human-Robot Interaction (HRI), and Human-Agent Interaction (HAI). We invite scholars from across ICA’s divisions to discuss their work regarding the individual, cultural, and philosophical implications of interactions with a wide range of hardware and software. We are seeking proposals from a variety of philosophical, theoretical, and methodological perspectives. Our goal is to raise awareness of and further develop HMC research and the scholarly community surrounding it.

University of Illinois at Chicago Department of Communication
Northern Illinois University Department of Communication
Communication and Social Robotics Lab – Western Michigan University School of Communication and the University of Kentucky College of Communication & Information, School of Information Science

Andrea L. Guzman, Northern Illinois University
David J. Gunkel, Northern Illinois University,
Steve Jones, University of Illinois at Chicago
Autumn Edwards, Western Michigan University
Chad Edwards, Western Michigan University
Patric Spence, University of Kentucky
Contact: Andrea L. Guzman,

Date: Tuesday, June 14, 2016 (Please note that this is a post-conference)
Time: 8:30 – 16:00
Location: Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk (Conference Hotel)
Cost: Faculty, $75; Student, $50; Lunch and snacks included.

Submission format: Papers (750 – 1,000 words excluding references) Papers should detail what the scholar plans to present and how it relates to the overall focus of the post-conference on human-machine communication. We are interested in all forms of scholarship (theoretical, empirical, etc). Send all submissions as an attachment to
Submission deadline: January 31, 2016
Notification of acceptance: early February, 2016

Participant Acknowledgment: Accepted participants will be listed along with the titles of their presentations in both the ICA Conference and the HMC Post-Conference programs.
Post-Conference Focus: As artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, and ICTs continue to develop and merge, we are increasingly interacting with digital interlocutors such as voice-based agents, robots, and social bots. We also are sending and receiving messages to and from wearable devices. We directly interact with the technologies surrounding us, and digital entities have been and continue to stand in for humans in everyday communication contexts. The recent surge of digital interlocutors into quotidian routines has been accompanied with questions – voiced by leading scientists as well as the average person – regarding the ramifications of these technologies and our interactions with them.

In concert with the conference theme of "Communicating with Power," our post-conference focuses on the growing power of artificial entities in our lives fostered in and through Human-Machine Communication (HMC) and the power that we have as communication researchers to bring new insight into life and communication in a robotic culture. We invite scholars from a variety of epistemological and methodological backgrounds to discuss their work related to HMC, which includes Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), Human-Robot Interaction (HRI), and Human-Agent Interaction (HAI), in this full-day post-conference. We will focus on the individual, cultural, and philosophical implications of the various ways in which we interact with machines. Possible topic areas for participant presentations include, but are not limited to:

• communicative practices between humans and digital interlocutors
• the integration of artificial entities into private and professional spaces
• the incorporation of AI into journalism and other media industries
• cultural discourse surrounding digital and robotic interlocutors
• relationship dynamics between humans and machines
• reinterpretations and representations of humans as digital entities
• intercultural aspects of HMC.
Post-conference format: Our goal is to provide a space for participants to present their research and engage in conversation with one another. We have adopted a two-tiered format in which some scholars will be invited to deliver a paper presentation while others will be invited to take part in a poster session. More details are forthcoming.



ICA 2016 Pre-conference - Communicating with New Power Blocs: Culture and Ethics in BRICS Media

Venue: Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo (Aoyama Campus: center of Tokyo near Roppongi, and opposite to United Nation University)
Date: 8 June 2016, Wednesday, 9am-5pm
Deadline for submissions: February 5, 2016, to

Sudeshna Roy (Stephen F. Austin state University, USA)
Daya Thussu (University of Westminster)
Herman Wasserman (University of Cape Town)

Confirmed panelists: Toshie Takahashi, Waseda University, Tokyo; Kumiko Haba, Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo; Zhong Xin, Associate Professor, Renmin University, Beijing; Colin Sparks, Professor Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong; Elena Vartanova, Professor, Moscow State University, Moscow; Shakuntala Rao, Professor, State University of New York, Plattsburgh

Co-sponsoring ICA Divisions: Ethnicity and Race in Communication; Global Communication and Social Change
Additional ICA Division Affiliations: Communication Law and Policy; Journalism Studies

The influence and relevance of BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) countries are being increasing felt in the global media arena, as has been evident in recent international news coverage of events in the member countries, such as Chinese moves to devalue their currency and the state visits abroad of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to court the Indian diaspora. Russia is in the news too with its military intervention in Syria and the continuing conflict in Ukraine; Brazil's corruption scandal around petroleum giant Petrobas is making waves well beyond South America, and South Africa is grappling with political conflict and economic inequality, resulting in clashes such as the xenophobic attacks on foreigners. While the concept of BRICS is problematic in that they are very different countries both in terms of the size of their economies, and political and media systems, nevertheless they have in common a rapid and globalized growth in their media systems.

To what extent BRICS media have the power to shape media agendas and change dominant narratives about the global South? How are cultures and identities being represented in BRICS media? What changes are being experienced in the ethics of media institutions and their processes? What changes are taking place in notions of journalism in these countries? What place do ethnic media have in these countries? In an age of ultimate internet connectivity, in what ways are salience, potency and power of BRICS media being felt in social and cultural realm of BRICS countries and beyond? In light of the linkages between BRICS media and their power to shape, change, and influence cultures, politics, ethics and values not only in the respective BRICS countries but in regions around the world, this preconference aims to bring together scholars to explore the potential for BRICS media to offer new perspectives on media in Asia - also among major non-BRICS countries such as Japan and South Korea - as well as in a global context.

The invited panels will address the intersections of power, politics and ethics in media production, in keeping with the ICA 2016 theme of 'Communicating with Power'. Panels will additionally address the increasing commercialization of media in the BRICS countries and how that impacts on journalism ethics and examine the role of censorship, visible in key BRICS nations - Russia and China - but also in democratic nations such as India.

The preconference will begin with an overview discussion of the ways in which BRICS media have grown in the past decade and what kinds of cultural, ethical, and power issues are arising from this growth. The following two invited panels will present and discuss scholarship that specifically engages with: ideology, culture, politics and identity representation in BRICS media; and ethics and journalism concerns at the media institutional and social levels. The final session will consist of concurrent roundtables on the media of each of the BRICS countries that will focus
discuss the potential of other types of networks that are emerging in BRICS countries, networks that are outside the government control. Invited keynote speakers will feature scholars of BRICS media and, specifically, scholars from Japan and other Asian countries who have the opportunity to attend this year's ICA taking place in Fukuoka, Japan.

How to Submit:
Submissions for participation in the pre-conference should include a brief biographical sketch (50 word) and a 200-word statement describing specific strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats being
demonstrated/faced by BRICS media; and specific ways in which BRICS media can leverage their non-Euro-Atlantic origins and redress power imbalances in existing international institutions and structures.
Organizers will identify areas of shared interest in submissions to organize breakout groups for the concurrent roundtable discussions.
Scholars at all stages of their careers are encouraged to apply with special encouragement to graduate students.

All proposals must be emailed to in MS Office Doc or PDF with the subject line COMMUNICATING WITH NEW POWER BLOCS PRECONF.

The deadline for submissions is February 5, 2016. Submissions will be judged on relevance, originality, and fit with the preconference theme.
Notifications of acceptance will be emailed by end of February 2016.

Cost of registration and attendance:
$65 per person for ICA full members who are not students
$40 per person for students

A limited number of fee waivers are available. To request a waiver, please include a statement of your specific need in your proposal.



The University of Minnesota School of Journalism and Mass Communication (SJMC) seeks qualified candidates for tenure-track assistant professor position in Journalism Studies beginning August 2016.
Assistant Professor (tenure-track) | Journalism Studies (Job ID: 306262)
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
College of Liberal Arts

The School of Journalism and Mass Communication invites nominations and applications for one 100 percent-time, nine-month, tenure-track faculty position at the rank of assistant professor to begin fall semester 2016 (08/29/2016).

We are seeking an outstanding scholar with research and teaching interests in journalism studies. Successful candidates will demonstrate a scholarly interest in research areas such as, but not limited to: the role of visual communication in journalism; the emergence of data, visualization and computational forms of journalism; the sociology of news; the influence of news media on political persuasion and public opinion; the flow of news through formal channels and informal/social networks; the development, roles and influences of journalism in relation to social, political, economic, and technological processes, events, and trends; and economic and legal issues related to journalism innovation.

Applicants must hold a Ph.D. in Journalism, Mass Communication, or a closely related discipline by the start of the appointment. Meaningful professional journalism experience and the capacity to contribute to the ongoing development and delivery of a rapidly evolving curriculum in journalism are highly desirable.
To learn more about the position and to apply, go to the University of Minnesota employment page.



University of Michigan, Department of Communication Studies
Howard R. Marsh Visiting Professorship in Journalism

The Department of Communication Studies at the University of Michigan seeks applications for the Howard R. Marsh Visiting Professorship in Journalism for the 2016-2017 academic year (September 1, 2016 – May 31, 2017). The Howard R. Marsh Endowment provides funds for a one academic year visit from a distinguished academic scholar who studies journalism and news media or an eminent professional journalist.

The individual selected for this appointment will contribute to the education of students in the Department and College of Literature, Science and the Arts who are studying long-range factors affecting the ability of the news media to perform their functions in a democratic society. The selected applicant would be one whose presence would contribute to the education of students who are studying the factors that affect the ability of communication media to perform their functions in a democratic society.

The Marsh Visiting Professor will teach two courses per term, engage in additional dialogue with students and faculty, pursue current professional or scholarly interests, and contribute to the direction of the Howard R. Marsh Center for the Study of Journalistic Performance. The Center, located in the Department of Communication Studies, supports scholarly research on democratic functions of the news media. In addition, the Marsh Visiting Professor will give a public lecture during the winter term.

Applicants for the Howard R. Marsh Visiting Professorship should send vita, evidence of teaching excellence, a brief summary of the courses you propose teaching, and three letters of recommendation as one PDF file to: Indicate “Marsh Visiting Professor” in the subject line. If unable to send via email, mail information to: Marsh Visiting Professor Search / The University of Michigan / Department of Communication Studies / 105 S. State Street / 5368 North Quad / Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1285.

Applications must be received by February 1, 2016.

This position may be covered under the collective bargaining agreement between the U-M and the Lecturers Employee Organization, AFL-CIO, which contains and settles all matters with respect to wages, benefits, hours and other terms and conditions of employment.

The University of Michigan conducts background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer and may use a third party administrator to conduct background checks. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.


PhD Funding Opportunity: Cardiff University

Dear colleagues,
May I draw your attention to an ESRC-funded PhD studentship in Journalism Studies we are advertising here at Cardiff University, and ask you to kindly alert prospective candidates, please.
Project title: Photojournalism, NGOs and Crisis Reporting in a Digital Age.

The successful applicant will be co-supervised by Professor Stuart Allan and Professor Richard Sambrook

Closing Date for Applications: 15 March, 2016
Duration: 3 or 4 years
Funding Amount: full UK/EU fees, plus Stipend
Regions: EU (Non-UK) and UK
Reference Number: R2686. Further details about the nature of the project, eligibility, and how to apply are available at:

Thank you, and with very best wishes for 2016,
Stuart Allan
Professor and Head of School
School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies
Bute Building, King Edward VII Avenue
Cardiff University
Cardiff, CF10 3NB



Karin and Folke Dovring Travel Award for Analysis of International Persuasion

The Department of Journalism at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign invites submissions for the 2016 Karin and Folke Dovring Travel Award for Analysis of International Persuasion. The award is granted to an American journalist or journalism scholar for three to four weeks of travel and study in a foreign country or countries of the award winner's choice. The award is up to $2,000 per week of travel and study, and the funds may be used for transportation, housing, food, and audiovisual materials (e.g. photo copies, CDs, DVDs, memory cards, USB flash drives).

The award recipient should be able to speak a foreign language and be familiar with the relevant culture in which the travel is to occur. Within eight weeks of completion of travel, the award recipient shall send to the Department of Journalism a 1,000 to 1,500 word long scholarly report of the travel and study experience.

The award honors Karin Dovring, who was a foreign correspondent and an internationally recognized communication analyst, the author of English As Lingua Franca: Double Talk in Global Persuasion (1997) and The Road of Propaganda (1959), and her husband Folke Dovring, a distinguished professor of land economics who taught at the University of Illinois from 1960 to 1987.

Applicants should email a curriculum vitae and a travel and study proposal of no more than 1,000 words by April 14, 2016. The proposal should specify: 1) Where, when, and for how long the applicant will travel; 2) What the applicant expects to learn from the study; 3) What contribution the study will make to analysis of international persuasion; 4) What is the estimate of the costs of travel and study for each of the four categories given above.

Applicants will be notified of the status of their proposal by May 15, 2016. All travel must be scheduled and completed by August 31, 2017.

Email your curriculum vitae and proposal to: sotirovi@illinois.eduDr. Mira Sotirovic, Associate Professor and Karin and Folke Dovring Scholar in Propaganda, College of Media, Department of Journalism, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign



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