18,284 Australian Journalism Review 43.1 is out now!

Intellect is pleased to announce that Australian Journalism Review 43.1 is out now!

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https://www.intellectbooks.com/australian-journalism-review

Aims and Scope

Australian Journalism Review publishes articles on a broad range of perspectives relating to journalism research, practice and education. Its emphasis is on original theoretical, empirical and applied research, but it also provides opportunities to canvass perspectives on current debates on research, practice and education through commentary pieces on specific topics. This double-blind peer-reviewed journal is published twice annually, with the second edition each year focused primarily on a theme and supplemented by a small selection of broader-ranging papers. Prospective guest editor submissions on themes for future editions are always welcome. While many of Australian Journalism Review’s submitting authors are based within the Australia-Pacific region, the journal welcomes scholarship from around the world and extending into broader media and communication topics of relevance to journalism. The journal incorporates a regular section highlighting the work of early career researchers, particularly current or recent higher degree by research students, as well as book reviews focusing on recent additions to the journalism, media and communications publishing landscape. AJR is the journal of the Journalism Education and Research

Association of Australia.

Issue 43.1

Editorial

A note from the editors

KATRINA CLIFFORD AND MATTHEW RICKETSON

In Memoriam

Rosslyn Beeby (1952–2021)

MATTHEW RICKETSON

Commentaries

Why the MEAA left the Press Council and why that matters

MATTHEW RICKETSON

Winter is coming and we need to talk about it

KAYT DAVIES

The DWeb and journalism

CHRISTOPHER SCANLON

Research Articles

Reporting Asia: Courtesy of Australian philanthropy

COLLEEN MURRELL

Re-focusing on the local: News start-ups, community engagement and social capital

KATHRYN BOWD

Blessed be the educated journalist: Reflections on a religious literacy gap in the field of journalism

ENQI WENG AND ALEXANDRA WAKE

Emerging Scholars

Mining a news desert: The impact of a local newspaper’s closure on political participation and engagement in the rural Australian town of Lightning Ridge

MARCO MAGASIC AND KRISTY HESS

The future of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in Australia’s ‘chilling’ mediascape

ANA VUJANIC

Book Reviews

Journalism Research in Practice: Perspectives on Change, Challenges, and Solutions, Robert E. Gutsche, Jr and Bonnie Brennen (eds) (2020)

DENBY WELLER

Comparing Gender and Media Equality across the Globe: A Cross-National Study of the Qualities, Causes and Consequences of Gender Equality in and through the News Media, Monika Djerf-Pierre and Maria Edstrom (eds) (2020)

KATHRYN SHINE

Journalists and Confidential Sources: Colliding Public Interests in the Age of the Leak, Joseph M. Fernandez (2021)

DENIS MULLER

Journalism, Society and Politics in the Digital Media Era, Nael Jebril, Stephen Jukes, Sofia Iordanidou and Emmanouil Takas (eds) (2020)

LUCY MORIESON

The Digital World of Sport: The Impact of Emerging Media on Sports News, Information and Journalism, Sam Duncan (2020)

PETER ENGLISH

The Ethics of Photojournalism in the Digital Age, Miguel F. Santos Silva and Scott A. Eldridge II (2020)

T. J. THOMSON

Democracy without Journalism?: Confronting the Misinformation Society, Victor Pickard (2019)

ALYSSON WATSON

Beyond Journalism, Mark Deuze and Tamara Witschge (2020)

BEATE JOSEPHI


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