Journalism Faculty Publications

 

The UO School of Journalism and Communication offers programs leading to bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees. undergraduate students major in one of six areas: advertising, electronic media, communication studies, magazine journalism, news-editorial, or public relations. For more information on the School and its programs visit the School's web site.

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Recent Submissions

  • Radcliffe, Damian; Powers, Alex; Alvarez, Destiny (Agora Journalism Center, University of Oregon, 2019)
    In this report you will be able to read how newsrooms are adapting to address the realities of the journalism industry in 2019. Their experiences, and the solutions they are deploying, are not unique to the Pacific ...
  • Lewis, Seth C. (Wiley, 2019)
    This entry seeks to synthesize the many definitions of journalism. Struggles over defining what qualifies as journalism and who qualifies as a journalist are more than discursive disputes; they are key points of departure ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (What's New in Publishing, 2019)
    Este informe se divide entre seis capítulos que presenta los generadores de ingresos principales para editores: muros de pago, suscripciones, publicidad, libres de anuncios, eventos, y e-commerce. Se acaba por mirar a ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (What's New in Publishing, 2019-04)
    This report is divided into six chapters outlining the main revenue drivers for publishers: paywalls, subscriptions, advertising, ad-free models, events, and ecommerce. It finishers with a look at the new emerging revenue ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian; Bruni, Payton (2019-01)
    This report is the seventh in an annual series of publications showcasing the latest developments, trends and research in social media usage across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Using a wide variety of academic, ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian; Lam, Amanda (University of Oregon, 2018-02)
    This report is the six in a series of annual reports which captures key developments and data related to usage of social media in the Middle East. The past year has seen the continued growth of visual-led social networks, ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (University of Oregon, 2016-12)
    This report is the fifth in a series of annual reports which captures key developments and data related to usage of social media in the Middle East. The past year has seen the continued growth of visual-led social ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (University of Oregon, 2016-01)
    This report is the fourth in a series of annual reports designed to capture some of the key developments in the world of social media -¬ within the Middle East -¬ during the past twelve months. Interest in this field, which ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (University of Oregon, 2017-09)
    Strong, effective, local journalism is essential for the health of the wider media ecosystem and in ensuring that the information needs of communities are met. But this sector has faced multiple challenges in recent years ...
  • Stabile, Carol A. (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2011)
  • Stabile, Carol A. (Marquette University Press, 2011)
    The following essay considers the ways in which the broadcast blacklist affected how media studies scholars think about and study the 1950s, as well how we understand the role of gender and family in 1950s popular ...
  • Merskin, Debra (Plenum Publishing Corporation, 1999-06)
    Since the 1920s, American advertisers have recognized the taboo associated with menstruation and have incorporated messages about the social consequences of "showing" into feminine hygiene advertising. In order to answer ...
  • Merskin, Debra (The Howard Journal of Communications, 2001-07)
    Jeep Cherokee, Sue Bee Honey, and Crazy Horse Malt Liquor are all established brand names and trademarks that use representations of Native Americans to help sell their products. How stereotypes are created, and how pictorial ...
  • Ismach, Arnold H. (University of Oregon School of Journalism, 1987-11)
    A report on the study of the present status and future direction of learning and the advancement of knowledge in the field of journalism and mass communication within the realities of American higher education.