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Journalism Studies, Journalism Practice and Digital Journalism support the “Badasss Ladies of Communication"

Access this Free Collection through July 31, 2019

The Badass Ladies of Communication held a post-conference workshop at the 2019 International Communication Association conference, that tackled some of the difficult topics and issues surrounding women in communication studies. In their session, they brought together “…over 100 female-identified ICA scholars (post-PhD) from across the ICA divisions to learn, to network, to enjoy, and to be badass ladies.”

 We are pleased to share this article collection of articles from Journalism Studies, Journalism Practice and Digital Journalism, in support and celebration of The Badass Ladies of Communication.

 We hope that this article collection further encourages and supports the conversations in diversity and inclusivity in media and communication studies. Follow the Badass Ladies of Communication  hashtag: #commladiesknowstuff to join the conversation.

All articles will be free to view until the end of July 2019. Enjoy!

Journalism Studies, Journalism Practice, and Digital Journalism Article Collection

ArticleAuthorVolume/Issue
Venture-backed News Startups and the Field of Journalism Nikki Usher Volume 5/Issue 9
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Journalistic DisruptionValerie Belair-Gagnon, Taylor Owen & Avery E. HoltonVolume 5/Issue 10
Changing News Genres as a Result of Global Technological DevelopmentsNatalia Rulyova & Hannah WestleyVolume 5/Issue 8
If it Bleeds it Leads Coverage of violence against women and sexual and reproductive health in Argentina from 1995 to 2015Victoria Andelsman & Eugenia MitchelsteinVolume 13/Issue 4
Ethical Boundaries among Freelance JournalistsBirgit Røe MathisenFeatured Issue
How Smartphones Have Changed the Job for Better and for Worse—The Experiences of ReportersJenny J. DeanFeatured Issue
The “Rosie Batty Effect” and the Framing of Family Violence in Australian News MediaErin Hawley, Katrina Clifford & Claire KonkesVolume 19/Issue 15
Hiding in Plain Sight Gender, sexism and press coverage of the Jimmy Savile caseKaren Boyle Volume 19/Issue 11
The Bigger Picture Gender and the visual rhetoric of conflictAlex Westcott Campbell & Charles CritcherVolume 19/Issue 11

Media, Cultural and Communication Studies