Publications

 

 

Journal Articles

Hanusch, F. (2018). Political journalists’ corporate and personal identities on Twitter profile pages: A comparative analysis in four Westminster democracies, New Media & Society, 20(4), 1488-1505. doi: 10.1177/1461444817698479 

Hanusch, F. & Nölleke, D. (2018). Journalistic Homophily on Social Media: Exploring journalists’ interactions with each other on Twitter. Digital Journalism, doi:10.1080/21670811.2018.1436977

Hanusch, F. (2017). Journalistic Roles and Everyday Life: An empirical account of lifestyle journalists’ professional views. Journalism Studies, doi:10.1080/1461670X.2017.1370977.

Bruns, A., & Hanusch, F. (2017). Conflict imagery in a connective environment: audiovisual content on Twitter following the 2015/2016 terror attacks in Paris and Brussels. Media, Culture & Society, doi:10.1177/0163443717725574

Hanusch, F., & Tandoc Jr., E. C. (2017). Comments, analytics, and social media: The impact of audience feedback on journalists’ market orientation. Journalism, doi: v10.1177/146488491772030

Hanusch, F. (2017). Web analytics and the functional differentiation of journalism cultures: individual, organizational and platform-specific influences on newswork. Information, Communication & Society, 20(10), 1571-1586.

Hanusch, F., & Hanitzsch, T. (2017). Comparing Journalistic Cultures Across Nations: What we can learn from the Worlds of Journalism Study. Journalism Studies, 18(5), 525-535.

Kalyango, Y., Hanusch, F., Ramaprasad, J., Skjerdal, T., Hasim, M. S., Muchtar, N., Ullah, M. S., Manda, L. Z. Kamara, S. B. (2017). Journalists’ Development Journalism Role Perceptions. Journalism Studies, 18(5), 576-594.

Nölleke, D., Grimmer, C.G., & Horky, T. (2017). News Sources and Follow-up Communication. Facets of Complementary between Sports Journalism and Social Media. Journalism Practice, 11(4), 509-526.  doi:17512786.2015.1125761

Hollings, J., Hanusch, F., Balasubramanian, R., & Lealand, G. (2016). Causes for concern: The state of New Zealand journalism in 2015. Pacific Journalism Review, 22(2), 122-38.

 

Books

Hanusch, F. (ed.). (2017). Journalismus Macht Wirklichkeit. Wien: Picus.

 

Book Chapters

Nölleke, D., & Scheu, A. M. (2018). Perceived Media Logic: A Point of Reference for Mediatization. In C. Thimm, M. Anastasiadis, & J. Einspänner-Pflock (Eds.), Media Logic (s) Revisited (pp. 195-216). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Hanusch, F., Clifford, K., Davies, K., English, P., Fulton, J., Lindgren, M., ... & Zion, L. (2017). For the lifestyle and a love of creativity: Australian students’ motivations for studying journalism. In M. A. Runco (Ed.), Creativity and education. London, UK: SAGE.

 

Hanusch, F. (2016) Transformations of Journalism Culture. In B. Franklin and S. Eldridge II (Ed.), Routledge Companion to Digital Journalism Studies (pp. 387-395). London: Routledge.

Hanusch, F. (2016). Journalism, Culture, and Society. Communication: Oxford Research Encyclopedias. Available online: http://communication.oxfordre.com/view/10.1093/acrefore/9780190228613.001.0001/acrefore-9780190228613-e-88.

 

Other Publications

Hanusch, F., Tandoc, E., Jr., Banjac, S., & Maares, P. (2017). Putting audiences first: The role of audience
feedback in Australian journalism
. Vienna: University of Vienna, Department of Communication. Download HERE.

Hollings, J., Hanusch, F., Lealand, G., & Balasubramanian R. (2016). Journalists in New Zealand. Worlds of Journalism. Available online.

Hanusch, F., Banjac, S., & Maares, P. (2016). Lifestyle Journalists in Australia: Roles, Influences and
Transformations.
Vienna: University of Vienna, Department of Communication. Download HERE.

Hanusch, F. (2016). Journalists in Australia. Worlds of Journalism. Available online.