2007 Research Papers
Prior to the launch of the ISOJ Journal in 2010, ISOJ featured peer-reviewed research papers at the conference. To view the papers and their abstracts, select from the table of contents below.
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Press clipping and other information services: Legal analysis and perspectives | Loreto Corredoira y Alfonso
Comments please: How the British news media are struggling with user-generated content | Alfred Hermida and Neil Thurman
Will a New Medium for Sports News Offer Less Trivialization of Female Athletes? Examining Descriptors and Traditional Stereotypes in Internet Articles on the NCAA Women’s and Men’s Basketball Tournaments | Edward (Ted) M. Kian
An Examination of Newsworthiness Indicators in Online Journalism: A study of South Korean Online News Sites | Ji Young Kim & Pamela Shoemaker
The Future of Journalism and How to Teach It | Lou Rutigliano