Journalism Insights addresses the evolving and diverse nature of contemporary journalism through cutting edge theoretically grounded edited collections. Focusing on both mainstream and ‘alternative’ media, the texts will address how journalism covers such fields as sport, fashion, peace and conflict, arts, science/environment, health, and finance. Each text will provide a historical analysis to contextualize how the profession has evolved, alongside an international range of case studies from both established and emerging academic contributors.
By Ana Luisa Sánchez Laws
March 31, 2023
Bringing together theory and practice, this collection critically examines emerging conceptual, methodological and production frameworks for the study of immersive journalism. Having first begun in academia, the practice of virtual reality/360˚ video immersive journalism has seen a steep rise in ...
By Rosie Findlay, Johannes Reponen
July 18, 2022
This collection surveys the key debates and issues that currently face fashion journalism, going beyond traditional print media to consider its multiple contexts and iterations in an ever-evolving post-digital media environment. Bringing together a diverse range of contributors, Insights on ...
By Kristin Skare Orgeret
July 27, 2021
As the second book in the Routledge Journalism Insights series, this edited collection explores the possibilities and challenges involved in contemporary reporting of peace and conflict. Featuring 16 expert contributing authors, the collection maps the field of peace and conflict reporting in a ...
By Roger Domeneghetti
July 20, 2021
This first book in the Journalism Insights series examines the major practical and ethical challenges confronting contemporary sports journalists which have emerged from, or been exacerbated by, the use of digital and social media. Combining both quantitative and qualitative research and ...