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.




Constructed|Constructive Journalism

8-9 December 2016

Brussels Institute for Journalism Studies (BIJU)

Department of Applied Linguistics

Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Belgium

Deadline for proposals: 30 June 2016

Plenary speakers:

Cathrine Gyldensted (Windesheimhogeschool Zwolle, The Netherlands)
Peter Bull (University of York, UK)

This conference aims at bringing together researchers from different backgrounds investigating construction in journalism. We define construction in a twofold way. On the one hand, there is the perspective of journalism as an interpretive and discursive construction of social reality which goes back to postmodern and poststructuralist approaches. In this view, news is the product of linguistic and journalistic choices with possible ideological implications. A recent interpretation of this approach focuses on the deconstruction of the idea of the journalist as an ‘objective’ gatekeeper by pointing out new and hybrid roles like that of storyteller, activist or opinion leader. Likewise, the discursive construction of ‘reality’ has evolved along with the development of grassroots and participatory types of journalism afforded by new media technologies. Contemporary analyses have responded to, and moved beyond postmodern and poststructuralist thinking by initiating a ‘both/neither’ dialogue between notions of deconstruction and reconstruction.

On the other hand, there is the perspective of journalism as a constructive activity. Whereas journalistic practice traditionally was defined as impartial and detached, many practitioners and scholars nowadays adhere to the vision that journalists should not only point out problems, but should also play an active role in proposing solutions. Also, in the constructive view, journalists should not ruminate the negative aspects of the news, but they should try to bring untold and affirmative stories. Constructive journalism draws on insights from positive psychology and reception studies and purports to frame news by involving and connecting audiences. Inclusion is an important topic within this perspective, not only as covered in political news but also in all other beats (sports, culture, lifestyle, etc.). Constructive journalism can be related to other approaches of journalism, such as slow journalism, hyperlocal, activist, citizen and peace journalism.

We want to encourage participants to engage in a critical discussion of constructed and/or constructive forms of journalism and to also consider possible overlap and tensions or interactions between both forms. Is constructiveness a construction just like objectivity, adversarialness, neutrality or neutralism? Does construction sometimes occur with constructive purposes? What are the boundaries between constructive journalism and biased forms of communication or even activism? The role of social media and alternative media in this process will be a special point of interest.

Inspirational literature:
Bull, Peter, Ralph Negrine & Katie Hawn (2014). Telling it like it is or just telling a good story? Editing techniques in news coverage of the British parliamentary expenses scandal. Language and Dialogue 4:2, 213-233.
Gyldensted, Cathrine (2015). From Mirrors to Movers. Five Elements of Positive Psychology in Constructive Journalism. s.l., GGroup Publishing.

Although our institute is part of a linguistics department, we welcome submissions from all relevant disciplinary backgrounds approaching topics including but certainly not limited to:

  • the construction of news in broadcast journalism as well as in the written and online press

  • the borderlines between constructive journalism, solution-oriented journalism and activism

  • (linguistic aspects of) the representation of minority groups and the underprivileged

  • psychological effects of good/bad news and of specific types of framing

  • social media and journalism from a constructivist/constructive perspective

  • alternative vs. mainstream media from a constructivist/constructive perspective

  • We welcome both qualitative and quantitative methodologies, and analyses at process, product/text, and/or audience level

All papers will be published (after the authors’ consent) in the electronic proceedings of the conference and we are planning to publish a selection of the papers in a volume and/or a special issue.

As there will be separate panel sessions for PhD students, junior researchers are warmly invited to participate.

The venue for the conference will be the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts, Academy Palace – Hertogsstraat/ Rue Ducale 1 - 1000 Brussels, Belgium (next to the Royal Palace, in the heart of Brussels). (

Conference fee (including pre-conference reception, lunch, coffee): € 150 (regular participants), € 75 (PhD students). Dinner will be organized on Friday 9 December and charged separately.

Please send a proposal of no more than 300 words (excluding selected references) together with your affiliation and a short biography (c. 100 words) to by 30 June 2016. Decisions will be announced by 15 August. Questions about any aspect of the conference should be addressed to

For updates on the practical organization, please check our website:



Contemporary Developments on Media, Culture and Society in Argentina and Latin America

October 28, 2016, at Universidad de San Andrés in Buenos Aires, Argentina

We invite the submission of original papers for the second annual conference on “Contemporary Developments on Media, Culture and Society in Argentina and Latin America,” organized by the Center for the Study of Media and Society in Argentina. This event will take place on October 28, 2016, at Universidad de San Andrés in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

The first edition of the Conference, which took place in November 2015, featured presentations and posters from 20 academics from Latin America and the united States, and an audience of more than 70, including researchers, journalists and students. For more information please visit

We invite empirical, theoretical, and/or methodological contributions that help to expand knowledge about the interplay between media, culture, and society at the national and regional levels. Papers may refer to different types of mediated communication such as journalism; entertainment; advertising and marketing; public relations; social networks; and video games, among others.

Possible topics include the following:

  • Transformations in modes of content production.

  • Changes in uses of media.

  • Innovation and technological change.

  • Economics and financing of media.

  • The state, government and civil society.

  • Regulation and public policy.

  • Political communication and electoral campaigns.

  • The role of users as content producers.

  • Procedural matters:

The deadline for submission of abstracts is May 1st, 2016. Please submit the abstracts by email to:

The e-mail subject must be “Last Name, First Name –Media and Society 2016”.

Abstracts must be sent as an attached file in Word format (.doc, .docx) and the file should be named “Last Name, First Name –Media and Society 2016”.

Abstracts should not exceed 300 words (excluding the title and references). In the same document of the abstract the author/s should include their contact information and a short bio of no more than 75 words. A selection committee will review the abstracts and the authors will be notified of the outcome of this process by June 1st, 2016. Finalists will be asked to submit their full papers by July 15th, 2015. Paper should not exceed 7,500 words, including references. Abstracts and papers must be submitted in Spanish. This will also be the official language of the conference.

Papers that are part of the conference will be subject to publication in a volume co-edited by Pablo J. Boczkowski and Eugenia Mitchelstein.

For more information, please contact



Second annual International Journal of Press/Politics conference
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, University of Oxford
Wednesday September 28-Friday September 30 2016

Deadline March 25
September 28-30 2016, the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford will host the second annual International Journal of Press/Politics conference, focused on academic research on the relation between media and political processes around the world.

A selection of the best full papers presented at the conference will be published in the journal after peer review. The deadline for submission of abstracts is March 25 2016. Attendees will be notified of acceptance by April 29 2016. Professor Katrin Voltmer from the University of Leeds will deliver a keynote lecture on "Internationalizing political communication research: epistemological aspects, normative aspects, and journalistic practices."

The conference brings together scholars doing internationally-oriented or comparative research on the intersection between news media and politics around the world. It aims to provide a forum for academics from a wide range of different disciplines and countries to discuss the theoretical, methodological, and substantial challenges and opportunities for research in this area. It is open to work from political science, political communication, journalism studies, media and communications research and many other fields.

Examples of relevant topics include the political implications of current changes in the media, the relative importance of new forms of digital media for engaging with news and politics, studies of the role of entertainment and popular culture in how people follow current affairs, studies of relations between political actors and journalists, research on political communication beyond the electoral context (including of government, interest groups, and social movements), all with a particular interest in studies that focus on parts of the world that are under-researched in the international English language academic literature, develop comparative approaches, or represent substantial theoretical or methodological advances.

Titles and abstracts for papers (250 words max) are invited by Friday March 25 2016. The abstract should clearly describe the key question, the theoretical and methodological approach, the evidence the argument is based on, as well as its wider implication of international relevance.

Please send submissions to the email address with the subject line “IJPP conference submission” including in the email the full title of your paper, the abstract, and your name and professional affiliation. (Please do not send attachments.) Full papers will be due August 26 2016.

Please contact the conference organizer, Rasmus Kleis Nielsen (RISJ Director of Research and IJPP Editor-in-Chief) with questions at

More about the journal, the Reuters Institute, and the keynote speaker:
The International Journal of Press/Politics

IJPP is an interdisciplinary journal for the analysis and discussion of the role of the press and politics in a globalized world. The journal publishes theoretical and empirical research which analyzes the linkages between the news media and political processes and actors around the world, emphasizes international and comparative work, and links research in the fields of political communication and journalism studies, and the disciplines of political science and media and communication.

Keynote Speaker – Katrin Voltmer.
Katrin Voltmer is Professor of Communication and Democracy in the School of Media and Communication at the University of Leeds. Her research revolves around the role of communication in democratic life and the role of media in processes of transition to democracy. Most of her research takes a comparative perspective covering both western and non-western countries. She has written numerous journal articles and book chapters and is the author, editor or co-editor of six books including Comparing Political Communication across Time and Space (Palgrave), The Media in Transitional Democracies (Polity), and Political Communication in Postmodern Democracy (Palgrave). Major research projects include ‘Media, Conflict and Democratisation’, 2014-2017 (, funded by the European Union 7th framework Program) and ‘Political Communication in New Democracies: Government-Media Relationships in Transition’, 2007-2009 (funded by the British Academy).

The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism marks the University of Oxford's commitment to the comparative study of journalism around the world. Anchored in the recognition of the key role of independent media in open societies and the power of information in the modern world, the institute aims to serve as the leading forum for a productive engagement between scholars from a wide range of disciplines and practitioners of journalism. It brings the depth and rigor of academic scholarship of the highest standards to major issues of relevance to the world of news media. It is global in its perspective and in the content of its activities.


Freedom and Control of Expression In the Digital Aftermath of the 2015 French Attacks

After the Charlie Hebdo newspaper offices were attacked in January 2015, debate and discussion flourished about freedom of expression, in France and abroad. This debate intensified after the Paris attacks of November 13th. At the epicenter is the role of the Internet and free speech. An enormous wave of worldwide indignation expressed itself after both events, including a deluge of hashtag solidarity. But this social media storm eventually revealed cultural, political and social divides inside France, as well as globally. Much like after the 9/11 attacks, France passed laws allowing state surveillance of online communication. At the same time, social media censored posts about the attacks that were considered to be provocative or shocking.

The variety of reactions, including indifference or, on the contrary, the expression of very different points of view – sometimes even surveilled or censored – showed that one hashtag is neither unifying nor a universal view shared by everyone. This event magnified the notion that the digital public sphere is a conflicting arena of not just what is being said (or kept quiet) online but also what the limits are. Undoubtedly, the Internet is the main means of massive public expression for millions. Yet it is still the result of a complex set of power relations established between professional media, amateur content producing communities, which sometimes defend particular interests, as well as corporate intermediaries. The resulting online content embodies rival editorial, political and industrial strategies. Recently, scholars have begun to question the idea of digital participatory democracy in terms of a level playing field.

This workshop aims to progress this debate by addressing the following central question:

Who controls freedom of expression and online content in the digital era, and how? Embedded in this question are the challenges and constraints of expression, such as the tension between a bottom-up or top-down digital public sphere or who is left out as a digital player. Also central to this question are the role of three broad actors: the state, market and civil society. Possible topics for submissions include the following:

  • State – What is the government’s role - from subsidizing digital participation to censorship and surveillance? What is the role of political ideology, broadly defined, in freedom of expression? What is the relationship between media institutions and the state when it comes to online free speech?

  • Market - What is the interplay of market dominance, algorithms, censorship and Big Data? How are transformations in news production and consumption, especially in terms of platforms like Facebook, shaping freedom of expression? How do different types of capitalist economic systems shape freedom of expression? How do market constraints upon corporate media, and mainstream journalism shape freedom of expression?

  • Civil society – Who is creating content, and if so, who is listening, watching and clicking? How does race, class, ethnicity and gender factor in? Who is marginalized? How effective is Internet use as an extension or part of activist and social movement practices vis-à-vis political expression. What is the role of alternative, independent and citizen media in this digital era of online expression?

Target Audience and Scholars: This is an interdisciplinary workshop but geared toward sociologists, anthropologists, political scientists, economists and communication scholars. Scholars at all levels are encouraged to participate. A small number of travel grants may be available to permit outstanding junior scholars (under 35 years at the date of the conference) to attend. Please state in your paper submission whether you wish to apply for such a travel grant.

Dates: October 13 & 14, 2016

Format: The workshop will feature speakers, panels and paper presentations.
Submissions: Full paper submissions based on empirical research of conference topics (maximum 25 pages including references and tables/figures) due by Friday, April 1. Theoretical papers will also be considered.

Please submit papers to We will notify you of acceptance by May 6. You will have to create an account in Easychair in order to submit.

Registration: Register for the conference by June 30. Space is limited. Registration information coming soon.

Cost: Free
Location: Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse (IAST), Toulouse School of Economics (TSE), Toulouse, France.
Organizers: Jen Schradie (IAST), Sandra Vera Zambrano (Sciences Po Toulouse - LASSP), Nikos Smyrnaios (University of Toulouse – LERASS) with support from the Jean-Jacques Laffont Digital Chair of the IAST and TSE.
Web Site:




Research Associate & PhD Scholarship Positions, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane

We are looking to employ a Research Associate (2 years full-time) and award a PhD scholarship in relation to the ARC-funded project “Journalism Beyond the Crisis”. Please pass on to anyone you think might be interested. See below for further info. Both positions close 28 April.

One Research Associate and one PhD student sought for new project in digital journalism, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane.

About the Position:

We are seeking a Research Associate to work on our recently-awarded ARC Discovery Project titled Journalism Beyond the Crisis: Emerging forms, practices and uses. Administered within the QUT’s Digital Media Research Centre, this international collaborative project is led by Professor Brian McNair, in partnership with Axel Bruns, Folker Hanusch, Tamara Witschge, Mark Deuze and Christoph Neuberger.

The project will examine the evolution of journalism and fact-based content forms in the emerging globalised public sphere. It will employ interview, survey and social media analytics methods to assess the future of journalism 'beyond the crisis', and to consider the impacts of journalistic evolution on culture and politics. It will also impact on journalism education and training by providing greater understanding of current trends in journalistic production and usage.

The successful applicant will be supervised by Prof Brian McNair. Key responsibilities include:

  • Undertake high quality academic research in collaboration with other research staff and under the supervision of the lead Chief Investigator;

  • Provide regular written and verbal reports and undertake associated administrative functions, including some day-to-day operational management of the research project;

  • Prepare papers, articles and reports in a range of academic publications, including journals, monographs and conference proceedings;

  • Mentor casual Research Assistants to provide direction and advice in the completion of specific project tasks, including preparation of academic publications;

  • Prepare and present project findings, particularly for the project website and for local research seminars and events.

Type of appointment: This appointment will be offered on a fixed-term, full-time basis for two (2) years.

Location: Kelvin Grove campus, Brisbane

Selection Criteria

  1. Completed PhD in a relevant discipline or equivalent research experience.

  2. Proven experience in one or more of the following: journalism studies, media studies or communication.

  3. Proven ability and commitment to conduct high quality research and experience to undertake the project brief under flexible supervision.

  4. Demonstrated high level written communication skills with a proven track record of preparing and publishing results in papers, articles and reports in a range of academic or industry publications, including journals, monographs or conference proceedings.

  5. Ability to present research findings to and maintain effective working relationships with both internal and external stakeholders.


  1. Previous experience in leading project teams, including final acquittal of research projects.

Salary and Benefits:

The classification for this position is Academic Level B which has an annual salary range of $89,257 to $106,003. A career at QUT brings a broad range of tangible benefits. With competitive remuneration and 17% superannuation, the University offers real and generous benefits. Further benefits can be found at the Working at QUT page.

Information for applicants:

This position is open to Australian or New Zealand citizens, Australian permanent residents or temporary visa holders for the duration of the fixed-term appointment.

Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

For further information about the position contact Professor Brian McNair, Research Leader (Media) on (07) 3138 0147 or; or for further information about working at QUT contact Marey Christou, HR Advisor, on (07) 3138 4175.

How to Apply:

For further information and to apply, please visit for reference number 16120.When applying for this position we encourage you to upload your response to the selection criteria.

Applications close 28 April 2016.

About the Ph.D scholarship

This project will examine the evolution of journalism and fact-based content forms in the emerging globalised public sphere. It will employ interview, survey and social media analytics methods to assess the future of journalism 'beyond the crisis', and to consider the impacts of journalistic evolution on culture and politics. It will also impact on journalism education and training by providing greater understanding of current trends in journalistic production and usage.

Your role in the project

Under the supervision of Professors Brian McNair and Folker Hanusch, you will complement others in the project team by focusing on Australian perspectives. You'll use a range of qualitative content analysis and social media analytics, interview and survey methods to track the evolution of fact-based online media sites based in Australia, as well as transnational and global outlets available in Australia. You will explore emerging content production processes, and producer-user interactions, as well as the relationship between new and established providers of fact-based content. The precise mix of methods and research questions you adopt will be agreed on award, based on your expertise and interests. You'll provide some research assistance to the research team, as well as co-publish with them.

Expected outcomes

This PhD scholarship will help to build your career and capacity as a researcher, including publication and conference presentation. In a period of rapid change in the Australian and global journalism sphere, your research will make a substantial contribution to scholarly understanding of how news culture is evolving, and how those changes may impact on the relationship between journalism and society in the digital age.

How to Apply

For further information and to apply, please visit:

When applying for this position we encourage you to upload your response to the selection criteria.

Applications close 28 April 2016.



PhD Scholarship, University of Leicester

The Department of Media and Communication, University of Leicester, is offering a fully funded PhD studentship in the area of Journalism Studies. This studentship (Graduate Research Assistant) will conduct PhD research alongside supporting the development of new and already established research projects housed in the News and Journalism Research Group (part of the newly formed Public Communication Research Cluster)

This Graduate Research Assistantship is open to applicants with an interest in researching the relationship between journalism, technology and community. However, applicants with a strong research proposal in any of the following areas will also be considered:

  • Journalism and conflict

  • Journalism and citizenship

  • Journalism and crisis / risk

The successful applicant will be supervised by Dr. Julian Matthews and Dr. Vincent Campbell

Closing date for applications: 30th June 2016 (applicants must be able to start in October, 2016).

Further details are available at:

Informal enquiries are welcomed - please contact, Dr. Julian Matthews (



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.



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


Seeking Journalists for a Survey

Journalism Studies member Gina Chen, an assistant professor in the School of Journalism at The University of Texas at Austin is seeking journalists to interview about their experiences with online commenting. She is looking for journalists at a variety of news organizations (broadcast, online, newspapers, traditional, alternative, etc.) across the world. She would greatly appreciate it if you could pass this blurb onto journalists you know -- including student journalists.

Interviews will take about 30 minutes, and all names and news organizations will be kept strictly confidential and not be used in any publication resulting from this study. This study has approval from the Institutional Review Board at The University of Texas at Austin.

Interested journalists can get started by indicating their consent on the form at this link: Gina will then will contact the journalists to schedule an interview. Questions, contact Gina directly at




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