The Long List 2019

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The Long List 2019

The Bob Franklin Journal Article Award

About the Prize

The Bob Franklin Journal Article Award, a collaboration between Journalism Studies, Journalism Practice and Digital Journalism, seeks to recognise the article that best contributes to our understanding of “connections between culture and society and journalism practices, journalism studies and/or digital media/new technologies.” One article will be shortlisted by each of the Journals’ Editors from papers published in the annual volume of the journal. The shortlist of three articles will then be evaluated by a panel comprising Bob Franklin and the four key figures from the Journalism Studies field. Articles must be written in the English language.

The Long List 2019

Digital Journalism

YearAuthor(s)JournalArticleVolumeIssue
2018Stefan Baack
Digital JournalismPractically Engaged66
2018Valerie Belair-Gagnon and Avery E. Holton Digital JournalismBoundary Work, Interloper Media, And Analytics In Newsrooms64
2018Mario Haim, Andreas Graefe and Hans Bernd Brosius Digital JournalismBurst of the Filter Bubble?63
2018Einar Thorsen & Daniel Jackson Digital JournalismSeven Characteristics Defining Online News Formats67
2018Neil Thurman Digital JournalismSocial Media, Surveillance, and News Work61
2018Julian Wallace Digital JournalismModelling Contemporary Gatekeeping63
2018Rodrigo Zamith Digital JournalismQuantified Audiences in News Production64

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Journalism Practice

YearAuthor(s)JournalArticleVolumeIssue
2018Petter Bae Brandtzaeg, Asbjørn Følstad & María Ángeles Chaparro DomínguezJournalism PracticeHow Journalists and Social Media Users Perceive Online Fact-Checking and Verification Services129
2018David Caswell & Konstantin DörrJournalism PracticeAutomated Journalism 2.0: Event-driven narratives124
2018Susan Currie Sivek & Sharon Bloyd-PeshkinJournalism PracticeWhere Do Facts Matter?124
2018Regina G. Lawrence, Damian Radcliffe & Thomas R. SchmidtJournalism PracticePracticing Engagement1210
2018Anders Sundnes Løvlie, Karoline Andrea Ihlebæk & Anders Olof LarssonJournalism PracticeUser Experiences with Editorial Control in Online Newspaper Comment Fields123
2018Mary Lynn Young, Alfred Hermida & Johanna FuldaJournalism PracticeWhat Makes for Great Data Journalism?121

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Journalism Studies

YearAuthor(s)JournalArticleVolumeIssue
2018Lucas Graves
Journalism StudiesBoundaries Not Drawn195
2018Toussaint NothiasJournalism StudiesHow Western Journalists Actually Write About Africa198
2018Esa Reunanen & Kari KoljonenJournalism StudiesNot Partisans, But Participants195
2018Linda SteinerJournalism StudiesSolving Journalism’s Post-Truth Crisis With Feminist Standpoint Epistemology1913
2018Sally Young & Andrea CarsonJournalism StudiesWhat is a Journalist?193
2018Homero Gil de Zúñiga, Trevor Diehl & Alberto Ardèvol-AbreuJournalism StudiesWhen Citizens and Journalists Interact on Twitter192
2018Jane B. SingerJournalism StudiesTransmission creep192

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