Nonverbal Neutrality of Broadcasters Covering Crisis Not Just What You Say But How You Say It
Public Television in Poland Political Pressure and Public Service Media in a Post-communist Country
Re-examining the UK Newspaper Industry
By Danielle Deavours
September 13, 2023
Offering a critical and sensitive reflection on journalists’ nonverbal behaviours during their coverage of school shootings in the U.S., this book shows how individual and social level factors predict broadcasters’ nonverbal neutrality. Nonverbal behaviours have the ability to transmit bias, ...
By Peter Bro
July 26, 2023
This book offers a deep and comprehensive overview of constructive journalism, setting out the guiding principles and practices for a journalism that aims to do more than simply inform about problems. In this authoritative yet concise volume, Peter Bro asks what does constructive journalism mean, ...
By Agnieszka Węglińska
May 31, 2023
This book examines the professional activity of public television journalists in Poland operating in the still unstable system of a post-communist state, to demonstrate how the media can work in the public interest to strengthen democracy. Drawing on in-depth interviews with Telewizja Polska (TVP...
By Ezequiel Korin, Paromita Pain
May 31, 2023
This book provides a transversal scholarly exploration of the multiple changes exhibited around Venezuelan media during the Chávez regime. Bringing together a body of original research by key scholars in the field, the book looks at the different processes entailed by Chavismo’s relationship with ...
By Martin Scott, Kate Wright, Mel Bunce
December 27, 2022
This book documents the unique reporting practices of humanitarian journalists – an influential group of journalists defying conventional approaches to covering humanitarian crises. Based on a 5-year study, involving over 150 in-depth interviews, this book examines the political, economic and ...
By Denis Muller, Andrea Carson
November 30, 2022
This book discusses undercover reporting, betrayal and deception in journalism, addressing the ethical issues encountered by professionals when deception is involved and providing an explanation of how high-profile cases have developed. Carson and Muller begin by examining how philosophical ...
By Marc Edge
October 31, 2022
This book dispels myths surrounding the newspaper industry’s financial viability in an online world, arguing that widespread predictions of pending newspaper extinction are based mostly on misunderstandings of the industry’s operations. Drawing from his training as a business journalist, Marc Edge ...
By Brad Clark
March 28, 2022
This book addresses endemic issues of racism in news media at what is a critical moment in time, as journalists around the world speak out en masse against the prejudice and inequality in the industry. As the events of 2020 – the death of George Floyd, the rise in prominence of the Black Lives ...
By Aljosha Karim Schapals
January 28, 2022
This book addresses the transformative role that so-called peripheral actors in journalism – emerging outlets diverging from the norms fiercely held by mainstream media outlets – play in today’s news ecosystem. The author charts the rise to prominence of these actors, outlining how they have ...
By Christopher Shoop-Worrall
January 17, 2022
This book explores the ways in which the emergence of the ‘new’ daily mass press of the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries represented a hugely significant period in histories of both the British press and the British political system. Drawing on a parallel analysis of election-time ...
By David Patrick
August 31, 2021
This book provides a varied, thorough and informative analysis of how newspapers covered the 2014 Scottish independence referendum in its critical final months. Providing a wealth of new empirical findings, the book engages with the key themes and issues presented by a variety of newspaper outlets...
By Peter English
November 30, 2020
This insightful volume explores the major challenges facing sports journalism in Australia today, discussing how, in an environment dominated by sports organisations and increasing commercial factors, the role of the sports journalist is being severely compromised. By combining quantitative and ...