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Journal Articles

  • Vos, T. P., & Hanusch, F. (2024). Conceptualizing embeddedness as a key dimension for analyzing journalistic cultures. Communication Theory, 34(1), 39-48.
  • Hanusch, F., Singh, S., Leonhardt, B., & Panapasa, G. (2024). “You feel like you don’t have the freedom to do your work”: Exploring Fijian women journalists’ experiences of sexual harassment. Journalism Practice.
  • Banjac, S., Miro, C. J., & Hanusch, F. (2024). Expectations of journalistic actors in the digital age: A conceptual framework. Communication Theory.
  • Garusi, D. (2023). La fiducia nei media giornalistici secondo i dati del Digital News Report 2023 [Trust in the news media according to data from the Digital News Report 2023]. Problemi dell'informazione, 48(3), 481-485.
  • Juarez Miro, C., & Anderson, J. (2023). Correcting false information: Journalistic coverage during the 2016 and 2020 U.S. elections. Journalism Studies. Advance online publication.
  • Splendore, S., Garusi, D., & Valeriani, A. (2023). A Deliberative Democracy Framework for Analysing Trust in Journalists: An Application to Italy. Media and Communication, 12.
  • Garusi, D., & Splendore, S. (2023). Advancing a qualitative turn in news media trust research. Sociology Compass, e13075. doi:10.1111/soc4.13075
  • Juarez Miro, C. (2023). "Everything is biased": Populist supporters' folk theories of journalism. The International Journal of Press/Politics. Advance online publication. doi:10.1177/19401612231197617
  • Maares, P., & Hanusch, F. (2023). Understanding peripheral journalism from the boundary: A conceptual framework. Digital Journalism, 11(7), 1270-1291. doi:10.1080/21670811.2022.2134045
  • Hanusch, F., & Löhmann, K. (2023). Dimensions of Peripherality in Journalism: A Typology for Studying New Actors in the Journalistic Field. Digital Journalism, 11(7), 1292-1310. doi:10.1080/21670811.2022.2148549
  • Hendrickx, J., Van Remoortere, A., & Opgenhaffen, M. (2023). Love, Like or Angry in Times of COVID-19? Analysing News Brands’ Audience Engagement on Facebook Amidst a Pandemic. Journalism and Media, 4(3), 931-945.
  • Opgenhaffen, M., & Hendrickx, J. (2023). Social media news editors as journalists or marketeers: Who are they and how do they identify themselves?. Journalism. doi:14648849231167282.
  • Joris, G., Hendrickx, J., Vercoutere, S., De Clercq, O., & De Marez, L. (2023). Paying for News Diversity? A Topic Diversity Analysis of Free and Paywalled Online News. Journalism Practice. doi:10.1080/17512786.2023.2191863
  • Hendrickx, J., & Van Remoortere, A. (2023). Newspaper Ownership, Democracy and News Diversity: A Quantitative Content Homogeneity Study. Journalism Practice. doi:10.1080/17512786.2022.2159500
  • Garusi, D., & Splendore, S. (2023). News media (dis) trust as a media ecosystem property. Exploring the discrepancy of expectations between citizens and journalists. Problemi dell'informazione, 48(1), 85-108.
  • Curini, L., Garusi, D., & Splendore, S. (2023). “It's the ideology, stupid!”: Trust in the press, ideological proximity between citizens and journalists and political parallelism. A comparative approach in 17 countries. International Communication Gazette. doi:17480485231165596.
  • Nölleke, D., Leonhardt, B. M., & Hanusch, F. (2023). “The chilling effect”: Medical scientists’ responses to audience feedback on their media appearances during the COVID-19 pandemic. Public Understanding of Science, doi:09636625221146749.
  • Nelissen, E., & Hendrickx, J. (2023). How does a national, multilingual news agency contribute to news diversity? A mixed-methods case study. Journalism. doi:14648849231179784.
  • Hendrickx, J., Van Remoortere, A., & Opgenhaffen, M. (2023). News packaging during a pandemic: A computational analysis of news diffusion via Facebook. Discourse & Communication. doi:17504813231177280.

  • Nölleke, D., Hanusch, F., & Maares, P. (2023). The ambivalence of recognition: How awarded journalists assess the value of journalism prizes. Journalism, 24(7), 1406-1423.
  • Hendrickx, J. (2023). The rise of social journalism: An explorative case study of a youth-oriented Instagram news account. Journalism Practice, 17(8), 1810-1825. doi:10.1080/17512786.2021.2012500
  • Hendrickx, J., Vandenberghe, H., & Truyens, P. (2022). Op weg naar diversiteit op nieuwsredacties in de Lage Landen? Tijdschrift voor Communicatiewetenschap, 50(4), 284-300.
  • Banjac, S., & Hanusch, F. (2022). The struggle for authority and legitimacy: Lifestyle and political journalists’ discursive boundary work. Journalism. doi:14648849221125702.
  • Hanusch, F. (2022). Change and Continuity in Digital Journalism: The Covid-19 Pandemic as Situational Context for Broader Arguments about the Field. Digital Journalism, 10(6), 1135-1140. doi:10.1080/21670811.2022.2092020
  • Perreault, G., & Hanusch, F. (2022). Field insurgency in lifestyle journalism: How lifestyle journalists marginalize Instagram influencers and protect their autonomy. New Media & Society.
  • Nölleke, D., Maares, P., & Hanusch, F. (2022). Illusio and disillusionment: Expectations met or disappointed among young journalists. Journalism, 23(2), 320-336. doi:1464884920956820
    Published online: 12/09/20
  • Banjac, S., & Hanusch, F. (2022). A question of perspective: Exploring audiences’ views of journalistic boundaries. New Media & Society, 24(3), 705-723. doi:1461444820963795
  • Perreault, G., Perreault, M. F., & Maares, P. (2021). Metajournalistic Discourse as a Stabilizer within the Journalistic Field: Journalistic Practice in the Covid-19 Pandemic. Journalism Practice, 1-19. doi:17512786.2021.1949630
  • Banjac, S. & Hanusch, F. (2022). A question of perspective: Exploring audiences' views of journalistic boundaries. New Media & Society, 24(3), 705-723.
    Published online: 21/10/20
  • Maares, P., & Hanusch, F. (2022). Interpretations of the journalistic field: A systematic analysis of how journalism scholarship appropriates Bourdieusian thought. Journalism, 23(4), 736-754.
    Published online: 04/10/20
  • Banjac, S. (2021). An Intersectional Approach to Exploring Audience Expectations of Journalism. Digital Journalism, 1-20. doi:21670811.2021.1973527
  • Maares, P., Lind, F., & Greussing, E. (2021). Showing off Your Social Capital: Homophily of Professional Reputation and Gender in Journalistic Networks on Twitter. Digital Journalism, 9(4), 500-517. doi:21670811.2020.1835513
  • Nölleke, D., & Sinner, P. (2021). Tagungsbericht: Virtual Seminar of the ECREA Temporary Working Group Communication and Sport. Journal für Sportkommunikation und Mediensport, 6(1-2), 74-75.
  • Maares, P., Banjac, S., & Hanusch, F. (2020). The labour of visual authenticity on social media: Exploring producers’ and audiences’ perceptions on Instagram. Poetics, doi:10.1016/j.poetic.2020.101502.
  • Hanusch, F., & Vos, T. P. (2020). Charting the development of a field: A systematic review of comparative studies of journalism. International Communication Gazette, 82(4), 319–341.
  • Maares, P. & Hanusch, F. (2020). Exploring the boundaries of journalism: Instagram micro-bloggers in the twilight zone of lifestyle journalism. Journalism, 21(2), 262-278, doi:10.1177/1464884918801400
  • Nölleke, D., Scheu, A.M., & Birkner, T. (2020). The Other Side of Mediatization: Expanding the Concept to Defensive Strategies. Communication Theory.
  • Hanusch, F., Banjac, S., & Maares, P. (2019). The Power of Commercial Influences: How Lifestyle Journalists Experience Pressure from Advertising and Public Relations. Journalism Practice. doi:10.1080/17512786.2019.1682942
  • Schapals, A. K., Maares, P., & Hanusch, F. (2019). Working on the margins: Comparative perspectives on the roles and motivations of peripheral actors in journalism. Media and Communication, 7(4), 19-30.
  • Nölleke, D. & Birkner, T. (2019). Bypassing traditional news media? Why and how professional volleyball players use social networking sites. SCM Studies in Communication and Media, 8(3), 287-310.
  • Hanusch, F., & Tandoc, E. C. (2019). Comments, analytics, and social media: The impact of audience feedback on journalists’ market orientation. Journalism, 20(6), 695–713. doi:10.1177/1464884917720305
  • 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. (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.


Book Chapters

  • Maares, P., & Hanusch, F. (2022). Challenging the Tourist Gaze?: Exploring Majority World Countries' Instagram Influencer Practices and the Link to Citizen Travel Journalism. In B. Korte & A. K. Sennefelder (Eds.), Travel, Writing and the Media (pp. 226-246). London, UK: Routledge.
  • Hanusch, F. & Banjac, S. (2021). Do Journalists Share Universal Values? In Ward, S. (Ed.), Handbook of Global Media Ethics (pp.71-90). Basel, CHE: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-32103-5_5
  • Maares, P. & Hanusch, F. (2020). Zwischen ›natürlichem‹ Bild und ›Eye-Catcher-Moment‹: Zur Relevanz visueller Authentizität für professionelle Instagram-Mikroblogger*innen. In C. Brantner, G. Götzenbrucker, K. Lobinger, & M. Schreiber (Eds.), Vernetzte Bilder: Visuelle Kommunikation in Sozialen Medien (pp. 156-173). Cologne, Germany: Herbert von Halem.
  • Nölleke, D. (2019). Der Trauzeuge als origineller Redakteur. Hochzeitszeitungen aus der Sicht der Journalismusforschung. In W. Hömberg (Hrsg.), Marginalistik. Almanach für Freunde fröhlicher Wissenschaft (S. 53-67). München: Alliteration Verlag.
  • Hanusch, F. (2019). Journalism and Everyday Life. In K. Wahl-Jorgensen & T. Hanitzsch (Eds.), The Handbook of Journalism Studies (pp. 406-419). London, England: Routledge.
  • Hanitzsch, T., Hanusch, F., Ramaprasad, J., & de Beer, A. S. (2019). Exploring the Worlds of Journalism: An Introduction. In T. Hanitzsch, F. Hanusch, J. Ramaprasad, & A. S. de Beer (Eds.), Worlds of Journalism: Journalistic Cultures Around the Globe (pp. 1-22). New York, NY: Columbia University Press.
  • Josephi, B., Hanusch F., Oller Alonso, M., Shapiro I., Andresen, K., de Beer, A., …  Tandoc, E. C., Jr. (2019). Profiles of Journalists: Demographic and Employment Patterns. In T. Hanitzsch, F. Hanusch, J. Ramaprasad, & A. S. de Beer (Eds.), Worlds of Journalism: Journalistic Cultures Around the Globe (pp. 67-102). New York, NY: Columbia University Press.
  • Hanitzsch, T, Vos, T., Standaert O., Hanusch, F., Hovden J. F., Hermans, L., & Ramaprasad, J. (2019). Role Orientations: Journalists’ Views on Their Place in Society. In T. Hanitzsch, F. Hanusch, J. Ramaprasad, & A. S. de Beer (Eds.), Worlds of Journalism: Journalistic Cultures Around the Globe (pp. 161-198). New York, NY: Columbia University Press.
  • Hanusch, F. (2019). Indigenous Journalism. In T. P. Vos, F. Hanusch, D. Dimitrakopoulou, M. Geertsema-Sligh and A. Sehl (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies (Vol. 2, pp. 746-750). doi:10.1002/9781118841570.iejs0131
  • Hanusch, F. (2019). Lifestyle Coverage. In In T. P. Vos, F. Hanusch, D. Dimitrakopoulou, M. Geertsema-Sligh and A. Sehl (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies (Vol. 2, pp. 891-897). doi:10.1002/9781118841570.iejs0210
  • Nölleke, D. (2019). Constructive Journalism. In In T. P. Vos, F. Hanusch, D. Dimitrakopoulou, M. Geertsema-Sligh and A. Sehl (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies (Vol. 1, pp. 341-345). doi:10.1002/9781118841570.iejs0121
  • Nölleke, D. (2018). Der Einfluss von Social Media auf Sportjournalisten. In T. Horky, H.-J. Stiehler, & T. Schierl (Ed.), Die Digitalisierung des Sports in den Medien. (S. 181-207). Köln: Halem.
  • Nölleke, D. (2018). Medialisierung. In. H. Pöttker (Ed.), Journalistikon.
  • 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.


  • Brennen, B., Hanusch, F., & Westlund, O. (2018). Editorial. Journalism Studies, 19(1): 1-3.

Other Publications

  • Nölleke, D., Hanusch, F., & Leonhardt, B. (2022). Wissenschaftskommunikation in der COVID-19-Pandemie: Einblicke und Erfahrungen österreichischer Expert:innen. Wien. Universität Wien, Institut für Publizistik- und Kommunikationswissenschaft. Download HERE.
  • Maares, P. & Hanusch, F. (2020). Die Nutzung von Web-Analysen im österreichischen Journalismus. Wien: Universität Wien, Institut für Publizistik- und Kommunikationswissenschaft. Download HERE.
  • Nölleke, D., & Oehmer, F. (Hrsg.) (2018). Medien und Justiz [Special Issue]. Medien Journal, 42(4).
  • Hanusch, F. (2019). Book Review: Morse, T. (2018). The Mourning News: Reporting violent death in a global age. New York, NY: Peter Lang. 267 pp.. Communications, 0(0), pp. -. Communications. doi:10.1515/commun-2019-2026
  • 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.