The J Word 5.8: Gender & Identity in Newswork
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In this episode, we take a global look at influences of gender and identity in newswork. With a focus on investigative journalism in Latin America, Vanessa de Macedo Higgins Joyce at Texas State University, in the U.S., discusses the opportunities and challenges for women entering that news genre. In Colombia, Julián D. Cortés-Sánchez at Universidad del Rosario who is also affiliated with Fudan University, in China, the Universidad de Los Andes, in Colombia, and Woxsen University, in India, talks through a content analysis of business journalism that, in part, discusses the role and represe ..read more
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The J Word 5.6: Teaching Journalism Today
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In this episode, we talk through all things teaching and training related to journalism. From India, Harikrishnan Bhaskaran, Assistant Professor at the Central University of Himachal Pradesh, discusses how he and his coauthors have found educators and trainers talking about global efforts in teaching data journalism, including challenges and opportunities. In Norway, Ragnhild Olsen, Associate Professor at Oslo Metropolitan University, shares her coauthored work on blended learning during times of COVID and forecasts what lessons can be carried through in future journalism classes. And, recorde ..read more
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The J Word 5.5: What's Journalism Practice Research?
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With aims of inclusivity and transparency, in this episode, Editor-in-Chief Bonnie Brennen talks us through what the journal, Journalism Practice, publishes. Our discussion walks through what our editors and reviewers hope to see in terms of submissions, theories that authors engage with, and what is meant to intersect theory and practice. Some of what we have to say about the behind-the-scenes of academic publishing will certainly resonate with other journals and academic places, and we hope it is a way to demystify how things work – at least in terms of the research we hope to publish at Jou ..read more
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The J Word 5.4: Editing Today's News
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In this episode, we focus on two ways journalists are working as editors, from setting online visual agendas to dealing with user-influenced content. Gina M. Masullo in the School of Journalism and Media and Associate Director of the Center for Media Engagement at the University of Texas at Austin, in the U.S., talks through her coauthored piece in Journalism Practice about online discourse between journalists and audiences and how journalists are becoming equipped to take on these conversations. We also hear from Kyser Lough in the Journalism Department at the University of Georgia, in the U ..read more
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The J Word 5.2: Digital News, Social Influences
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Despite its digitization, journalism – hopefully – hasn’t lost its, what we will call, socialness. From covering issues related to #MeToo to navigating how to appear on and use social media to connecting audiences with the creation of content, this episode’s guests help us complicate and unpack the social roles of journalism in a digital age. Stine Eckert at Wayne State University in the U.S. discusses the differences in how college student journalists focused on the explanations of and connections to larger, structural issues influencing sexual assault and violence at universities while local ..read more
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The J Word 5.01: Innovando las Noticias [Innovating the News]
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Nuestra invitada de hoy, Diana Lucía Álvarez-Macías del Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, nos habla sobre cómo los periodistas de hoy  aplican la investigación sociológica en sus reportajes.  Esta entrevista, en español, se enfoca en su más reciente artículo en Journalism Practice. Este diálogo es también parte de un episodio más extenso, en inglés, con invitados de EE. UU. y GB. Laura Gómez facilita la traducción de este episodio. Texto Incorporado en este Episodio:  Álvarez-Macías, D. L. (2022). Innovation in Journalistic Practices: Combining Depth, Quality, and Publi ..read more
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The J Word 5.1: Futures in Digital News Tech
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It’s almost impossible to separate today's journalism from technology. In this episode, we hear from Sadia Jamil, incoming faculty at School of International Communications, University of Nottingham, China, who gives us an update on all things journalism and AI. Specifically, she discusses her recent article from Journalism Practice related to evolving newsrooms and a second level of the digital divide in Pakistan. Our second guest, Scott Brennen, shares with us his thoughts on how journalists are dealing with new digital opportunities – and divides – in his coauthored piece that looks at jour ..read more
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Futures in Digital News Tech
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It’s almost impossible to separate today's journalism from technology. In this episode, we hear from Sadia Jamil, incoming faculty at School of International Communications, University of Nottingham, China, who gives us an update on all things journalism and AI. Specifically, she discusses her recent article from Journalism Practice related to evolving newsrooms and a second level of the digital divide in Pakistan. Our second guest, Scott Brennen, shares with us his thoughts on how journalists are dealing with new digital opportunities – and divides – in his coauthored piece that looks at jour ..read more
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The J Word 4.02: Distributing Media Representations
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This is the second of two bonus episodes in Season 4 of The J Word related to an award supported by Journalism Practice for early career scholars that is part of the annual Social Justice + Media Symposium (https://www.sjmsymposium.org). This episode features one of the award’s honorable mentions and the award recipient. Felipe Navarro Nicolette at the National University of Córdoba, in Argentina, is one of the honorable mentions and discusses his work about community radio in Patagonia. Specifically, he shares how community members there are using alternative radio stations to access the hum ..read more
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The J Word 4.01: "Reading" Journalistic Power
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This is the first of two bonus episodes in Season 4 of The J Word. Because practice and scholarship, global communication, and inclusivity are central to what the podcast is about, we decided to help support an award for early career scholars as part of the annual Social Justice + Media Symposium (https://www.sjmsymposium.org) that is done each year in memory of Dr. Moses Shumow. This episode features two of the award’s honorable mentions. Mimi Perreault is an Assistant Professor in media and journalism at East Tennessee State University, in the U.S. On this episode, she discusses the methodol ..read more
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