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Newspaper Research Journal
Volume 39(4), 2018
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CONTENTS
 
Paskin, Danny News publishing across platforms: Gatekeeping for print, web, Facebook and Twitter. 376-388
 
  The minimal research on how news outlets are currently publishing across different platforms is limited in scope and has conflicting conclusions 
 
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newspaper
social structure
technologies
organizational
prestige press
 
 
Pantic, Mirjana Participatory spaces in online media: Half-opening the gates to users. 389-397
 
  This gatekeeping theory-based study investigates ongoing practices that most prominent news media organizations employ to enable user participation 
 
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news
organizational
technologies
international development
 
 
Kelling, Kimberly, and Thomas, Ryan J. The roles and functions of opinion journalists. 398-419
 
  Opinion is a prominent, yet understudied, aspect of American journalism 
 
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print journalism
politics and government
public opinion
 
 
Smith, Christina C., and Schiffman, James R. Remaining close to home: Small daily newspapers provide (mostly) hyperlocal election news during 2016 elections. 420-432
 
  This study examines front-page stories published in selected small community newspapers in the days leading up to election day 2016 
 
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print journalism
newspaper
organizational
democracy
 
 
Topic, Martina Not bloke-ified enough? Women journalists, supermarket industry and the debate on sugar in the British press (2010-2015). 433-442
 
  This article analyzes debates on sugar and the supermarket industry in the British national press in the 2010-2015 period 
 
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print journalism
newspaper
gender
health
organizational
Europe
 
 
Walters, Patrick Changing objective: Re-examining The Journalist and the Murderer. 443-452
 
  This study assesses whether the ethics guidelines of modern media organizations reflect an adherence to the messages Janet Malcolm sent in her controversial 1990 book, The Journalist and the Murderer, particularly on the meaning of "truth," on maintaining objectivity, on avoiding conflicts of interest and on journalistic transparency 
 
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print journalism
ethics
 
 
Chen, Victoria Y., and Pain, Paromita What changed public opinion on the same-sex marriage issue? New implications of attribute measures and attribute priming in media agenda setting. 453-469
 
  This study explores the attribute agenda-setting effects and attribute priming effects of news coverage on the issue of same-sex marriage 
 
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news
homosexuality
contemporary issues
persuasion
 
 
Zhu, Runping, Krever, Richard, and Choi, Alfred Siu Kay The impact of newspaper reports on fear of violent crime in Hong Kong. 470-480
 
  This study analyzed violent crime reports in three large circulation newspapers and tested by survey the relationship between newspaper reporting of crime and fear of crime 
 
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newspaper
persuasion
conflict
 
 
Mirer, Michael, Duncan, Megan A., and Wagner, Michael W. Taking it from the team: Assessments of bias and credibility in team-operated sports media. 481-495
 
  Team- and league-operated media play a growing role in the sports media system 
 
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print journalism
sports
persuasion
cognition
 
 
Khabaz, David Framing Brexit: The role, and the impact, of the national newspapers on the EU Referendum. 496-508
 
  A content analysis of top selling newspapers in the United Kingdom shows a significant level of support given to the pro-Leave campaign leading to the Referendum on June 23, 2016, on whether the United Kingdom should remain a European Union member 
 
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Europe
politics and government
news
persuasion