2009 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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Why should we expect worlds to collide?- Exploratory reflections departing from a case study analysis of “Jornal de Notícias” (Portugal) | Luís António Santos and Manuel Pinto

Lost in the Ashes: A Case Study Demonstrating the Importance of Embracing the Share Economy for Environmental and Scientific Journalism | J. Richard Stevens

When the Crowd Doesn’t See the Value: Crowdsourcing, Citizen Journalism, and the Cultural Production of Local Online News | Shayla Thiel-Stern