Henrik Ornebring Chair
Department of Geography, Media and Communication
Karlstad 651 88
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Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt Vice Chair
Hebrew U of Jerusalem, Mount Scopus
Department of Communication and Journalism
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Nina Springer Secretary
Department of Communication Studies and Media Research
Ph. +49 (0)89 2180 9411
The Journalism Studies Division of the International Communication Association is concerned with journalism theory, journalism research, and professional education in journalism. The division invites a wide array of theoretical, epistemological and methodological approaches, all of which are united around an interest in journalism and share the aim of enhancing existing understandings of how journalism works, across temporal and geographic contexts. The division is intended to facilitate empirical research and to bring more coherence to research paradigms, and in so doing, to further support the professionalization of journalism studies and journalism education. With journalism as its focus, the division will create a setting in which scholars employing different kinds of academic approaches can engage in dialogue. It would be a clearinghouse for the wide range of scholarship on journalism.
ELECTIONS (Vice Chair and Student Representative)
Congratulations to Seth Lewis (University of Oregon) for being elected to serve as the next vice-chair of the Journalism Studies division! Seth will assume his role at the end of the Prague Conference and will be the program planner for the Washington (2019) and Gold Coast (2020) conferences.
Also, congratulations to Alla Rybina (University of Gothenburg) for becoming our new graduate student representative! She will be replacing Natacha Yazbeck and her main responsibility will be organizing the Graduate Student Preconference.
Election turnout was 28%. Thanks to all those who voted and good luck to Seth and Alla!
ICA 2018 PRAGUE: PRECONFERENCES
ICA 2018 preconference "The participatory turn" ten years later: Trust/distrust and engagement/disengagement (organizers: Trine Syvertsen, University of Oslo; Gunn Enli, University of Oslo; Ignacio Bergillos, Comillas Pontifical University
in Palma de Mallorca; Karoline Andrea Ihlebæk,University of Oslo). Deadline for Extended Abstracts: December 18, 2017. Please find the call here.
The Journalism Studies Graduate Student Colloquium will take place on May 24, 2018 from 9 am to 4 pm. Submission deadline for abstracts: January 7, 2018. Please find the call here.
SPECIAL ISSUE ANNOUNCEMENT
Special Issue, Electronic Journal of Communication (Special Issue Editor: Jenn Burleson Mackay, Va Tech): Journalism in The Age of Partisan Politics, Political Protests, and President Trump (submission deadline: January 15, 2018). Please find the call here.
University of California, San Diego
Assistant Professor in the following area: Journalism Studies/Networks of Production and Circulation of News. Please find more information here (apply by November 10, 2017 to ensure full consideration by the committee).
University of Kentucky
Assistant Professor in Mass Communication (review of applications begins September 15, 2017 and continues until the positions are filled).
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Associate Professor/Professor Journalism/Media and Associate Professor/Professor Strategic Communication. Please find more information here (review of applications will begin October 2, 2017 and continue until the positions are filled.)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Department Head, Journalism. Please find more information here (full consideration will be given to applications received by October 2, 2017).
Indiana University Bloomington
Assistant professor specializing in environmental communication. Please find more information here (applications should be submitted by October 20, 2017; however, applications will be considered until the position is filled).
From 2018 Professor Bob Franklin will be stepping down as Editor-in-Chief of Journalism Studies, Journalism Practice and Digital Journalism, nearly 20 years after founding Journalism Studies. As new Editors-in-Chief for the journals will serve:
Journalism Studies: Professor Folker Hanusch, University of Vienna
Journalism Practice: Professor Bonnie Brennen, Marquette University
Digital Journalism: Oscar Westlund, Associate Professor at University of Gothenburg and Adjunct Professor at Volda University College
Viorela Dan (2018). Integrative Framing Analysis. Framing Health through Words and Visuals. Routledge: New York.
Much of framing scholarship focuses either exclusively on the analysis of words or of visuals. This book aims to address this gap by proposing a six-step approach to the analysis of verbal frames, visual frames and the interplay between them—an integrative framing analysis. This approach is then demonstrated through a study investigating the way words and visuals are used to frame people living with HIV/AIDS in various communication contexts: the news, public service announcements and special interest publications. This application of integrative framing analysis reveals differences between verbal frames and visual frames in the same messages, underscoring the importance of looking at these frames together.