Journalists and Sources

16 septembre 2013 par  
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Special issue of Journalism Practice on “Journalists and Sources”

Edited by Marcel Broersma, Bas den Herder & Birte Schohaus
(Centre for Media and Journalism Studies, University of Groningen)

A QUESTION OF POWER
The changing dynamics between journalists and sources
Marcel Broersma, Bas den Herder & Birte Schohaus

“THIS IS NOT WHAT WE AGREED”
Negotiating interview conditions in Germany and the Netherlands
Piet Bakker, Pieter Broertjes, Ad van Liempt, Marlis Prinzing & Gerard Smit

MEDIALIZED SCIENCE?
Neuroscientists’ reflections on their role as journalistic sources
Joachim Allgaier, Sharon Dunwoody, Dominique Brossard, Yin-Yueh Lo &
Hans Peter Peters

INCREASED NEWS ACCESS FOR INTERNATIONAL NGOs?
How Médecins Sans Frontières’ press releases built the agenda of Flemish
newspapers (1995–2010)
Sarah Van Leuven, Annelore Deprez & Karin Raeymaeckers

TWITTER AS A NEWS SOURCE
How Dutch and British newspapers used tweets in their news coverage,
2007–2011
Marcel Broersma & Todd Graham

PERSONAL QUESTIONS, POLITICAL ANSWERS
Personalization in political newspaper interviews in Great Britain,
France, and the Netherlands, 1990–2010
Bas den Herder

THE CHANGING TENOR OF QUESTIONING OVER TIME
Tracking a question form across US presidential news conferences, 1953–2000
John Heritage & Steven E. Clayman

THE PERFECT CUT
The use of quotes in interpretation strategies on Dutch television news
Birte Schohaus

INTERPRETING THE NEWS
Swedish correspondents as expert sources, 1982–2012
Åsa Kroon Lundell & Mats Ekström