The Oxford Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies (3-volume set)
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies (3-volume set)
  • Covers emerging issues in journalism, such as algorithms, crowdsourcing, and drones, alongside classic concepts, including gatekeeping, agenda-setting, and news audiences.
  • Drawn from across the globe, the contributors to this encyclopedia are leading experts writing in their area of expertise.
  • All essays are carefully organized and accessibly written.
  • The volume covers the comprehensive range of topics and concepts across the field of Journalism Studies

Scholarly, public, practitioner, and policymaker interest in journalism is both long-standing and on the rise. It is a field in tremendous flux: social, cultural, economic and technological change is transforming every aspect of news production and consumption. And journalism is facing increased threats around the world today, even in places it once seemed well protected. The Oxford Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies takes stock of this evolving field, summarizes the development of major themes of research, revisits key concepts and traditional forms and genres of journalism in light of contemporary developments, and to sets out directions for future research. The 104 essays in this encyclopedia fall into six main categories: Key Concepts; Theories and Research Perspectives; the Practice of Journalism; Forms, Genres, and Types of Journalism; Systems and Structures of Journalism; and the Reception of Journalism. 
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies:
* reflects the breadth and depth of contemporary journalism studies and acknowledges the rich history of the field
* recognizes the global diversity in and around journalism in term of practices, normative frameworks, epistemologies, and others, and takes a globally comparative perspective throughout the volume
* traces histories, summarizes state-of-the-art research, and points to avenues for future research
* is written to the highest international standards and at the same time is accessible for practitioners, advanced students, and other stakeholders with a particular interest in journalism and journalism research.


1. Forms, Genres, and Types of Journalism
Advocacy in Journalism
Alternative Journalism
Community Journalism
Cultural Journalism
Data Journalism: International Perspectives
Development Journalism
Editorial Journalism and Newspapers' Editorial Opinions
Fake News
Feature Journalism
Fictional Representations of Journalism
Financial Journalism
Humanitarian Journalism
Lifestyle Journalism
Literary Journalism
Local and Hyperlocal Journalism
Long-Term Trends in News Content
Mobile Applications and Journalistic Work
Mobile Journalism and MoJos
Peace Journalism
Political Journalism
Satire and Journalism
Science Journalism
Sports Journalism
Tabloid Journalism and Tabloidization
2. Key Concepts in Journalism
Accountability in Journalism
Accuracy in Journalism
Agenda Setting and Journalism
Citizen Journalism
Collective Memory and Journalism
Commercialization of Journalism
Convergence in/of Journalism
Epistemology and Journalism
Ethnicity, Race, and Journalism
Gatekeeping and Journalism
Intimacy, Emotion, and Journalism
Journalistic Autonomy
Journalists' Professional Roles and Role Performance
News Ecology and News Ecosystems
News Sources and Journalist/Source Interaction
News Values and Newsworthiness
News, Economic Governance, and Anti-Corruption
Objectivity and Bias in Journalism
Professionalism, Professionalization, and Deprofessionalization in Journalism
Propaganda and Journalism
Reading Religion and Journalism
Ritual and Journalism
Routines in Journalism

3. The Practice of Journalism
Beat Journalism and Reporting
Content Management Systems and Journalism
Crowdsourcing in Journalism
Diasporic News and Journalism
Employment Conditions in Journalism
Fact-Checking as Idea and Practice in Journalism
Fictional Representations of Journalism
Foreign Correspondents
Freelancing in Journalism
Journalistic Writing and Style
Journalistic Organizations: Arenas for Professional and Symbolic Struggles
Native Advertising
News Distribution
News Editing and the Editorial Process
Online Comments and Journalism
Paywalls and Payment Systems
The Practice of Fixing and the Role of Fixers in Global Journalism
Public Relations and Journalism
Skills and Journalism
Transnational Cooperation in Journalism
4. The Reception of Journalism
Audience Fragmentation and Journalism in the U.S. Context
Conflict and Journalism
Credibility and Trust in Journalism
News Audiences and News Habits
News Literacy
News, Children, and Young People
The Producer/User Distinction in Journalism
Public Opinion and Journalism
5. Systems and Structures of Journalism
Advertising and Journalism
Aggregation and Journalism
Algorithms and Journalism
Authoritarian Societies and Journalism
Journalism's Social Contract
Libel and Defamation in Journalism
Media Ownership and Journalism
Media Systems and Journalism
The Nation-State and Journalism
News Agencies from Telegraph Bureaus to Cyberfactories
News Startups
NGOs as News Organizations
Political Parallelism
Press Subsidies
Public Service Journalism
Transnational News Flows
6. Theories and Research Perspectives
Comparative Journalism Research
Four Theories of the Press
Framing and Journalism
Global Journalism
Journalism as a Field
Journalism as Institution
News as Genre
News as Narratives
The Public Sphere and Journalism
Representation and Journalism
Systems Theory and Journalism


Edited by Dr. Henrik Ornebring, Professor of Media and Communicaiton, Karlstad University
Henrik Örnebring (PhD, Göteborg University, 2001) has been Professor of Media and Communication at the Department of Geography, Media and Communication at Karlstad University since February 2013. Previously he worked at the University of Oxford as Senior Research Fellow at the European Studies Centre and the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. He has published widely on journalism history, comparative journalism and journalism and technology in journals such as Journalism, International Journal of Press/Politics, Journalism Studies, and European Journal of Communication. His book Newsworkers: A Comparative European Perspective (2016) was published by Bloomsbury Academic. He served as chair of the Journalism Studies division of the International Communication Association from 2015-2018, and he is the winner of the 2019 Wolfgang Donsbach Outstanding Journal Article of the Year Award.

Tanja Aitamurto, University of Illinois at Chicago
Michelle A. Amazeen, Boston University
Fay Anderson, Monash University
Leonard M. Apcar, Louisiana State University
Ingrid Bachmann, Pontificia Catholic University of Chile
Olivier Baisnée, Sciences Po Toulouse, University of Toulouse
Jens Barland, Kristiania University College
Valerie Belair-Gagnon, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Peter Berglez, Jönköping University
Tanja Bosch, University of Cape Town
Joshua A. Braun, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Mel Bunce, City, University of London
Helen Caple, University of New South Wales
Yvonne T. Chua, University of the Philippines Diliman
Mark Coddington, Washington and Lee University
Afonso de Albuquerque, Fluminense Federal University
Juliette De Maeyer, University of Montreal
Marius Dragomir, Central European University
Andrew Duffy, Nanyang Technological University Singapore
Mats Ekström, University of Gothenburg
Cindy Elmore, East Carolina University
Eiri Elvestad, University of South-Eastern Norway
Peter English, University of the Sunshine Coast
Ivar John Erdal, Volda University College
Susanne Fengler, Technical University of Dortmund
Julie Firmstone, University of Leeds
Caroline Fisher, University of Canberra
Jennifer Fleming, California State University, Long Beach
Elisabeth Fondren, St. John's University
Unni From, Aarhus University
Anthea Garman, Rhodes University
Amanda Gearing, Independent Investigative Journalist
Mirjam Gollmitzer, University of Montreal
Lucas Graves, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Andreas Gregersen, University of Copenhagen
Lars Guenther, University of Jena
Thomas Hanitzsch, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Folker Hanusch, University of Vienna
Tony Harcup, University of Sheffield
Bruce W. Hardy, Temple University
Jackie Harrison, University of Sheffield
Kristy Hess, Deakin University
Edda Humprecht, University of Zurich
Maarit Jaakkola, University of Gothenburg
Sofia Johansson, Södertörn University
Masato Kajimoto, University of Hong Kong
Bente Kalsnes, Oslo Metropolitan University
Aske Kammer, IT University of Copenhagen
Michael Karlsson, Karlstad University
Richard Lance Keeble, University of Lincoln
Andrew T. Kenyon, University of Melbourne
Tim Klein, Louisiana State University
Peter W. Klein, University of British Columbia
Maria Konow-Lund, Cardiff University and Oslo Metropolitan University
Nina Kvalheim, University of Bergen
Loup Langton, Western Kentucky University
Corinna Lauerer, Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich
Florence Le Cam, Université libre de Bruxelles and Arènes, Université de Rennes 1
Angela M. Lee, University of Texas at Dallas
Taeyoung Lee, University of Texas at Austin
Eric Loo, University of Wollongong
Jake Lynch, University of Sydney
Melanie Magin, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Maja Malik, University of Münster
Paolo Mancini, University of Perugia
Timothy Marjoribanks, Swinburne University of Technology
Brian L. Massey, East Carolina University
Jelle Mast, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Jörg Matthes, University of Vienna
Peter Maurer, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Claudia Mellado, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso
Hans Meyer, The Ohio University
Serena Miller, Michigan State University
Jannie Møller Hartley, Roskilde University
Bruce Mutsvairo, University of Technology Sydney
Merja Myllylahti, Auckland University of Technology
John Nerone, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Matthew Nicholson, Department of Journalism, La Trobe University
Jérémie Nollet, Sciences Po Toulouse, University of Toulouse
Toussaint Nothias, Stanford University
Levi Obijiofor, University of Queensland
Ola Ogunyemi, University of Lincoln
Jonas Ohlsson, University of Gothenburg
Jacob Ørmen, University of Copenhagen
Henrik Örnebring, Karlstad University
Mart Ots, Jönköping International Business School
Chad Painter, University of Dayton
Chris Paterson, University of Leeds
Jason Peifer, Indiana University Bloomington
Gregory Perreault, Appalachian State University
Chris Peters, Aalborg University
Robert G. Picard, University of Oxford
Ike Picone, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Shayna Plaut, University of Winnipeg
Colin Porlezza, City, University of London
Stephen Quinn, Kristiania University College
Terhi Rantanen, London School of Economics and Political Science
Shakuntala Rao, State University of New York, Plattsburgh
Kristina Riegert, Stockholm University
Anna Roosvall, Stockholm University
Anya Schiffrin, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University
Armin Scholl, Department of Communication, Unversity of Münster
Martin Scott, University of East Anglia
Adam Shehata, University of Gothenburg
Merryn Sherwood, La Trobe University
Pamela J. Shoemaker, Syracuse University
Helle Sjøvaag, University of Bergen
Mira Sotirovic, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Burton Speakman, The Ohio University
Steen Steensen , Oslo Metropolitan University
Lynette Steenveld, Rhodes University, Grahamstown
Allison J. Steinke, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Jesper Strömbäck, University of Gothenburg
Edson C. Tandoc, Jr., Nanyang Technological University
Daya Kishan Thussu, Tsinghua University
Jeffrey Timmermans, The University of Hong Kong
Linards Udris, University of Zurich
Nikki Usher, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Sebastián Valenzuela, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
Christian von Sikorski, University of Koblenz-Landau
Tim P. Vos, University of Missouri
Karin Wahl-Jorgensen, Cardiff University
Lisa Waller, Deakin University
Stephen J. A. Ward, University of British Columbia
Oscar Westlund, Oslo Metropolitan University, Volda University College, and the University of Gothenburg
Victor Wiard, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Andreas Widholm, Stockholm University
Jenny Wiik, University of Gothenburg
Bartosz Wojdynski, University of Georgia
J. David Wolfgang, Colorado State University
Kate Wright, University of Edinburgh
Rodrigo Zamith, University of Massachusetts Amherst


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Henrik Ornebring
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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies (3-volume set)

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies (3-volume set)

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies (3-volume set)