Current affiliation: Temple UniversitySubject: Communication & Media StudiesPrimary location: United States
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2013
Published in:The Communication ReviewPublication date:2013-10-01
Looking at Time's coverage of the Cambodian bombings of the late 1960's and early 1970's, this article argues that mainstream American journalism o...
Published in:Communication Culture & CritiquePublication date:2014-05-21
This article looks at the work of Sri Lankan refugee and Western pop star M.I.A. as a collection of globalized media texts. These texts, I argue, w...
Published in:Travel JournalismPublication date:Not available
Published in:Communication and Critical/Cultural StudiesPublication date:2014-10-02
Looking at Indian newspaper coverage of the 2008 Mumbai attacks, this article shows how a Western-centric and overtly militarized logic created the...
Published in:The Communication ReviewPublication date:2015-04-03
Published in:Digital JournalismPublication date:2016-01-21
The practice of slow photojournalism and the work of David Burnett
Published in:Journalism StudiesPublication date:2016-02-05
Discursive conflict between tech industry management and journalism's cultural value
This article looks at the metajournalistic discourse surrounding staff changes at The New Republic in late 2014. This moment is interesting because...
Published in:JournalismPublication date:2016-07-08
This paper offers a technical and cultural history of the 35mm camera to unpack the rules of knowledge production that integrate devices and techno...
Published in:Travel JournalismPublication date:2014-01-01
Published in:Postcolonial Studies Meets Media StudiesPublication date:Not available
Published in:JournalismPublication date:2014-09-28
Using the 2011 Arab Spring as a case study, this article makes a theoretical case for understanding journalism as a technologically situated way of...
Published in:Convergence The International Journal of Research into New Media TechnologiesPublication date:2014-07-09
This article considers the strategies of digital representation used by members of the Occupy Wall Street movement across a variety of contexts. Th...
Published in:JournalismPublication date:2015-11-01
Published in:Journalism StudiesPublication date:2017-01-26
A genre approach to journalism studies
Published in:JournalismPublication date:2017-01-28
Published in:Media Culture & SocietyPublication date:2017-06-27