2010 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
Is the Internet ‘Europeanizing’ or ‘Americanizing’ Global Journalism? An Analysis of the Form of Print and Online Newspapers in Denmark, France and the U.S.| Rodney Benson, Matthew Powers, Sandra Vera, Ida Willig, Mark Orsten.
Multimedia and Interactivity on Newspaper Websites: A Multi-Study Analysis of Seven English-Speaking Countries | Robert Bergland, Lisa Crawford, Sarah Noe & David Hon
Hosting the Public Discourse: News Organizations, Digital Intermediaries, and the Politics of Making Newsmedia Social | Joshua Braun & Tarleton Gillespie
Revealing the “Agenda-Cutting” through Egyptian Blogs: An Empirical Study | Nagwa Abdel Salam Fahmy
All The News That’s Fit To Pay For Online: The Case for a Modified News Micropayment Model on the Social Web | Geoffrey M. Graybeal & Jameson L. Hayes
Wikifying the CBC: Reimagining the remit of public service media | Alfred Hermida & Amanda Ash
Professional Journalism, UGC, and Freedom of Expression | Arne H. Krumsvik
News Consumption Revisited: Examining the Power of Habits in the 21st Century | Angela M. Lee & Michael X. Delli Carpini
The “Black’s Wheel”: a technique to develop hypermedia narratives | Maria Laura Martinez & Sueli Mara S.P. Ferreira
Comments in News, Democracy Booster or Journalistic Nightmare: Assessing the Quality and Dynamics of Citizen Debates in Catalan Online Newspapers | Javier Díaz Noci, David Domingo, Pere Masip, Josep Lluís Micó & Carles Ruiz
Exploring new journalistic platforms: experiences of Turkish journalist bloggers | Pinar Gurleyen & Perrin Ogun Emre