This series is our home for innovative research in journalism. It includes monographs and edited collections that provide insight into a field that faces the challenges of an ever-evolving news and media environment.
To submit a proposal for this series, please contact:
Suzanne Richardson, Commissioning Editor for Media, Cultural and Communication Studies
Emerging Practices in the Age of Automated Digital Journalism Models, Languages, and Storytelling
The Media and Inequality
Journalistic Practices in Restrictive Contexts A Sociological Approach to the Case of Iran
Global Media Ethics and the Digital Revolution
Journalists and Job Loss
By Berta García-Orosa, Sara Pérez-Seijo, Ángel Vizoso
October 21, 2022
Emerging Practices in the Age of Automated Digital Journalism provides a detailed insight into the current state of journalism and its future challenges. The book brings together a global team of authors to review and analyse emerging practices in the automated digital scenario through which ...
By Steve Schifferes, Sophie Knowles
October 07, 2022
This book brings together a vast range of pre-eminent experts, academics, and practitioners to interrogate the role of media in representing economic inequality. It explores and deconstructs the concept of economic inequality by examining the different dimensions of inequality and how it has ...
By Banafsheh Ranji
September 01, 2022
Based on fieldwork conducted in Iran, this book discusses how it is possible for journalism to exist and function in a restrictive context. The book brings together a range of structural (macro), organizational (meso), and individual (micro) processes to analyze journalistic practice in a ...
By Robert E. Gutsche, Jr.
April 15, 2022
This volume examines the effects of Donald Trump’s presidency on journalistic practices, rhetoric, and discourses. Rooted in critical theory and cultural studies, it asks what life may be like without Trump, not only for journalism but also for American society more broadly. The book places ...
By Noureddine Miladi
November 30, 2021
This volume responds to the challenges posed by the rapid developments in satellite TV and digital technologies, addressing media ethics from a global perspective to discuss how we can understand journalism practice in its cultural contexts. An international team of contributors draw upon global ...
By Timothy Marjoribanks, Lawrie Zion, Penny O’Donnell, Merryn Sherwood
November 30, 2021
Journalists and Job Loss explores the profound disruption of journalism work in the 21st century’s networked digital media environment. The chapters analyse how journalists have experienced and navigated job loss, re-employment, career change and career re-invention as traditional patterns of ...
By John C. Pollock, Douglas A. Vakoch
August 13, 2021
Covid-19 in International Media: Global Pandemic Responses is one of the first books uniting an international team of scholars to investigate how media address critical social, political, and health issues connected to the 2020-21 COVID-19 outbreak. The book evaluates unique civic challenges, ...
By Tai Neilson
December 30, 2020
This book investigates journalists’ work practices, professional ideologies, and the power relations that impact their work, arguing that reporters’ lives and livelihoods are shaped by digital technologies and new modes of capital accumulation. Tai Neilson weaves together ethnographic approaches ...
By Joseph M Fernandez
November 24, 2020
Journalists and Confidential Sources explores the fraught and widespread reliance by journalists on anonymous sources, whistleblowers, and others to whom they owe an obligation of confidentiality. It examines the difficulties afflicting such relationships; analyses the deteriorating "right to know"...
By Claudia Mellado
October 08, 2020
Beyond Journalistic Norms contests and challenges pre-established assumptions about a dominant type of journalism prevailing in different political, economic, and geographical contexts to posit the fluid, and dynamic nature of journalistic roles. The book brings together scholars from Western and ...
By Gunhild Ring Olsen
July 13, 2020
This book investigates the success of U.S. nonprofit university centers, where students work alongside investigative reporters, from a professional and educational perspective. Drawing on a detailed investigation of four of the most prominent and renowned centers in the U.S. – the IRP Berkeley (UC...
By Seungahn Nah, Deborah S. Chung
February 21, 2020
Understanding Citizen Journalism as Civic Participation re-conceptualizes citizen journalism in the context of Habermas’s theory of the public sphere and communicative action, to examine how citizen journalism practice as civic participation may contribute to a heathier community and democracy in ...