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December 2013 - (Vol 14 - No 6)

Editor: Professor Bob Franklin, Articles: 10

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Journalism Studies is an international peer reviewed journal, published by Routledge, Taylor & Francis, which provides a forum for the critical discussion and study of journalism as both a subject of academic inquiry and an arena of professional practice.

The Journal’s editorial board and contributors reflect the intellectual interest of a global community of academics and practitioners concerned with addressing and analysing all aspects of journalism scholarship, journalism practice and journalism education.

Journalism Studies pursues an ambitious agenda which seeks to explore the widest possible range of media within which journalism is conducted (including multimedia), as well as analysing the full range of journalistic specialisms from sport and entertainment coverage to the central concerns of news, politics, current affairs, public relations and advertising.

Journalism Studies’ broad scope includes: the history of journalism, the sociology of journalism, journalism and new media, journalism and policy, women and journalism, journalism and regulation, journalism and ethics, media ownership and journalism, and minorities and journalism.

Forthcoming Issue: February 2014 (Vol 15 - No 1)

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