At the core of our research is a commitment to deliver high-quality work which engages with contemporary academic/social/political debates. Recent work has addressed: citizen journalism, global crises, climate change, racism, ‘right to die’ debates and the challenges facing the media industries and civil society.
Our core research groups 'Digital Media and Society', 'Journalism Studies','Mediatized Conflict', 'Race, Representation and Cultural Politics' and 'Risk, Science, Health and the Media' are complemented by cross-disciplinary and cross-sector collaborations such as the (Re)Constructing Multiculturalism network and the Chronic Disorders of Consciousness Research Centre.
Appraising Potential Legal Responses to Threats to the Production of News in the Digital Environment
The Research Seminar Series is an exciting opportunity to find out more about the cutting-edge work going on within JOMEC, the University and the world outside.
The school produces and co-edits several respected international journals. Here are our latest editions.
The fourth edition of JOMEC Journal is guest edited by Mervi Pantti, with articles under the theme Image/Protest.
The second edition of Digital Journal is an open issue. Its articles include a discussion of online news consumption, journalism innovation and magazine co-creation.
This issue of Journalism Studies opens with the essay Shifting Journalistic Capital? Transparency and objectivity in the 21st century by Lea C. Hellmueller, Tim P. Vos and Mark A. Poepsel