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.
Table of Contents
The use of video journalism and other types of copyrighted video in teaching journalism | Loreto Corredoira y Alfonso & Rodrigo Cetina Presuel
Creating an Index to Calculate the Level of Convergence of a Medium | Manuel Gago et al.
UGC Status and Levels of Control in Argentine, Colombian, Mexican, Peruvian, Portuguese, Spanish, US and Venezuelan Online Newspapers | Elvira García de Torres et al.
State Policy and News Websites in China |Dong Han & Ying Zhang
Framing Differences in Gender-Related Sport Coverage by Internet Sites and Newspapers | Edward (Ted) M. Kian
Thinking about Citizen Journalism: Perspectives on Participatory News Production at Community Newspapers |
Seth C. Lewis, Kelly Kaufhold & Dominic L. Lasorsa
Reader Comments to Online Opinion Journalism: A Space of Public Deliberation | Edith Manosevitch & Dana Walker
The Loud Public: Users’ Comments and the Online News Media |Na’ama Nagar
Citizen journalist or source of information: an exploratory study about the public’s role in participatory journalism within leading Brazilian web portals | Elizabeth Saad Corrêa & Francisco Madureira
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