Scholarly articles, book chapters and more related to the project.

Media International Australia

Academic explanatory journalism and emerging COVID-19 science: how social media accounts amplify The Conversation’s preprint coverage

Fleerackers, Alice, Riedlinger, Michele, Bruns, Axel & Burgess, Jean (2022). Media International Australia
Journalism Manifesto book

Book Review: The Journalism Manifesto by Barbie Zelizer, Pablo J. Boczkowski & C. W. Anderson

Hermida, Alfred. (2022). The International Journal of Press/Politics
The Institutions Changing Journalism Barbarians Inside the Gate

The university as a “giant newsroom”

Hermida, Alfred, Lisa Varano, and Mary Lynn Young. (2022). The university as a “giant newsroom”: Not-for-profit explanatory journalism during COVID-19. In Patrick Ferrucci & Scott A. Eldridge (eds), The Institutions Changing
Explanatory Journalism Report

From Flies to File Storage: Policy Issues in the Life-Cycle of Explanatory Journalism

Tworek, K., Wilkinson, S., Dubois, E., Ren, L., & Lee, L. (2021).
News innovation book

Journalism Innovation in a Time of Survival

Hermida, Alfred and Young, Mary Lynn (2021). Journalism Innovation in a Time of Survival. In News Media Innovation Reconsidered, Maria Luengo and Susana Herrera-Damas (eds.). Wiley-Blackwell.
Connected Canada cover

The Conversation Canada: A Case Study of a Not for Profit Journalism in a Time of Commercial Media Decline

Young, Mary Lynn & Hermida, Alfred (2020). In Dubois, Elizabeth and Martin-Bariteau, Florian (eds.), Citizenship in a Connected Canada: A Research and Policy Agenda, Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa Press.
African Journalism Studies

Digital methods in Africa and beyond: A view from down under

Burgess, J. & Bruns, A. (2020). Digital methods in Africa and beyond: A view from down under. African Journalism Studies.
The Conversation logo

From Peripheral to Integral? A Digital-Born Journalism Not for Profit in a Time of Crisis

Hermida, Alfred, and Young, Mary Lynn (2019). Media and Communication.
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