Publications

 

Books

  • Hanusch, F., & Fürsich, E. (Eds.). (2014). Travel journalism: Exploring production, impact and culture. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Available from Bookdepository.
  • Obijiofor, L, & Hanusch, F. (2011). Journalism across cultures: An Introduction. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Available from Bookdepository.
  • Hanusch, F. (2010). Representing death in the news: Journalism, media and mortality. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Available from Amazon.

 

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.
  • 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., Tandoc, E. C., Dimitrakopoulou, D., Muchtar, N., Rafter, K., Márquez Ramírez, M., …  Sacco, V. (2019). Transformations: Journalists’ Reflections on Changes in News Work In T. Hanitzsch, F. Hanusch, J. Ramaprasad, & A. S. de Beer (Eds.), Worlds of Journalism: Journalistic Cultures Around the Globe (pp. 259-282). 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
  • Hanusch, F. (2016). Journalism, culture, and society. Communication: Oxford Research Encyclopedias. Available online
  • Hanitzsch, T., Seethaler, J., Skewes, E. A., Anikina, M., Berganza, R., Cangoz, I., Coman, M., Hamada, B.,  Hanusch, F., Hernandez Ramirez, M. A., Karadjov, C. D., Mellado, C., Moreira, S. V., Mwesige, P. G., Plaisance, P. L., Reich, Z., Vardiansyah Noor, D., & Wang Yuen, K. (2012). Worlds of Journalism: Journalistic cultures, professional autonomy and perceived influences across 18 nations. In D. H. Weaver & L. Willnat (Eds.), The Global Journalist in the 21st Century (pp. 473-494). New York: Routledge.

Journal articles

  • Hanusch, F., & Löhmann, K. (2022). Dimensions of Peripherality in Journalism: A Typology for Studying New Actors in the Journalistic Field. Digital Journalism. doi:10.1080/21670811.2022.2148549
  • Maares, P., & Hanusch, F. (2022). Understanding peripheral journalism from the boundary: A conceptual framework. Digital Journalism, doi:10.1080/21670811.2022.2134045
  • 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. https://doi.org/10.1177/14614448221104233
  • Nölleke, D., Maares, P., & Hanusch, F. (2022). Illusio and disillusionment: Expectations met or disappointed among young journalists. Journalism, 23(2), 320-336. doi:1464884920956820
  • Banjac, S., & Hanusch, F. (2022). A question of perspective: Exploring audiences’ views of journalistic boundaries. New Media & Society, 24(3), 705-723. doi:1461444820963795
  • 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.
  • Banjac, S., & Hanusch, F. (2020). Aspirational lifestyle journalism: The impact of social class on producers’ and audiences’ views in the context of socio-economic inequality. Journalism, 1464884920956823.
  • Maares, P., & Hanusch, F. (2020). Interpretations of the journalistic field: A systematic analysis of how journalism scholarship appropriates Bourdieusian thought. Journalism, 1464884920959552.
  • Hanusch, F., Banjac, S., & Maares, P. (2020). The Power of Commercial Influences: How Lifestyle Journalists Experience Pressure from Advertising and Public Relations. Journalism Practice, 14(9), 1029-1046. doi:10.1080/17512786.2019.1682942
  • 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. https://doi.org/10.1177/1748048518822606
  • 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
  • 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. dx.doi.org/10.17645/mac.v7i4.2374
  • 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 
  • 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, 39(8), 1122-1141. doi:10.1177/0163443717725574
  • 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. doi:10.1080/1461670X.2017.1280229
  • 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. doi:10.1080/1461670X.2016.1254060
  • 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.
  • Hanusch, F., Clifford, K., Davies, K., English, P., Fulton, J., Lindgren, M., ... & Zion, L. (2016). For the lifestyle and a love of creativity: Australian students’ motivations for studying journalism. Media International Australia, 160(1), 101-113. doi:10.1177/1329878X16638894.
  • Hanitzsch, T., Hanusch, F., & Lauerer, C. (2016). Setting the agenda, influencing public opinion, and advocating for social change: Determinants of journalistic interventionism in 21 countries. Journalism Studies, 17(1), 1-20. doi:10.1080/1461670X.2014.959815
  • Hanusch, F., Hanitzsch, T., & Lauerer, C. (2017). ‘How much love are you going to give this brand?’ Lifestyle journalists on commercial influences in their work. Journalism, 18(2), 141-158. doi:10.1177/1464884915608818
  • Hanusch, F., Clifford, K., Davies, K., English, P., Fulton, J., Lindgren, M., ... & Zion, L. (2015). Australian journalism students' professional views and news consumption: Results from a representative study. Australian Journalism Review, 37(1), 5-19.
  • Hanusch, F. (2014). Dimensions of Indigenous journalism culture: Exploring Māori news-making in Aotearoa New Zealand. Journalism, 15(8), 951-967. doi:10.1177/1464884913495757
  • Hanitzsch, T., Hanusch, F., Mellado, C., Anikina, M., Berganza, R., Cangoz, I., ... & Virginia Moreira, S. (2011). Mapping journalism cultures across nations: A comparative study of 18 countries. Journalism Studies, 12(3), 273-293 doi: 10.1177/1329878X1113800105 Access at QUT ePrints.
  • Hanusch, F. (2008). Graphic death in the news media: present or absent?. Mortality, 13(4), 301-317. Access at QUT ePrints.
  • Hanusch, F. (2007). Publishing the perished: The visibility of foreign death in Australian quality newspapers. Media International Australia, 125(1), 29-40.
  • Hanusch, F (2003). Coverage of international and Pacific news in The Fiji Times and The Australian. Pacific Journalism Review, 9, 59-78.

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.
  • 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. (2017). 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.

Editorials

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

Selected Presentations

 

  • Banjac, S., & Hanusch, F. (2022). The struggle for authority and aegitimacy: An examination of lifestyle and political journalists’ boundary work. International Communication Association (ICA), May 26-30, Paris, France.
  • Hanusch, F., & Löhmann, K. (2022). Dimensions of peripherality in journalism: An analysis of scholarly discourse on new actors in the journalistic field. International Communication Association (ICA), May 26-30, Paris, France.
  • Maares, P., & Hanusch, F. (2022). Understanding peripheral journalism from the boundary: A conceptual framework. International Communication Association (ICA), May 26-30, Paris, France.
  • Nölleke, D., Leonhardt, B., & Hanusch, F. (2022). “The chilling effect”: Medical scientists’ responses to audience feedback on their media appearances during the COVID-19 pandemic. International Communication Association (ICA), May 26-30, Paris, France.
  • Perreault, G., & Hanusch, F. (2022). Normalizing Instagram. International Communication Association (ICA), May 26-30, Paris, France.
  • Vos, T. P., & Hanusch, F. (2022). Conceptualizing embeddedness as a feature of journalistic cultures. International Communication Association (ICA), May 26-30, Paris, France.
  • Nölleke, D., Hanusch, F., & Maares, P. (2021). The ambivalence of recognition: How awarded journalists assess the value of journalism prizes. Future of Journalism Conference, September 22-24, Cardiff, Great Britain.
  • Nölleke, D., Maares, P., & Hanusch, F. (2021). The Eye on the prize - young journalists’ assessments of journalism awards in precarious times. European Communication Conference, September 6-9, virtual.
  • Banjac, S., Hanusch, F., & Maares, P. (2020). Aspirational lifestyle journalism: Exploring producers’ and audiences’ views in countries with pronounced economic inequality. International Communication Association (ICA), May 21-25, Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Maares, P., Banjac, S., & Hanusch, F. (2020). The labour of visual authenticity on social media. Exploring producers’ and audiences’ perceptions on instagram. International Communication Association (ICA), May 21-25, Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Maares, P., Hanusch, F., & Banjac, S. (2020). Pierre Bourdieu and journalism studies: A systematic analysis of how the field appropriates Bourdieusian thought. International Communication Association (ICA), May 21-25, Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Banjac, S., & Hanusch, F. (2019). A Question of Perspective: Exploring audiences' views of journalistic boundaries. Future of Journalism Conference, September 12-13, Cardiff, Great Britain.
  • Maares, P., & Hanusch, F. (2018). Twenty years of Bourdieusian thought in journalism scholarship: A comprehensive analysis of field theory in studies of journalism. European Communication Conference, October 31 - November 3, Lugano, Switzerland.
  • Banjac, S., & Hanusch, F. (2018). The luxury of lifestyle: Economic and cultural capital in the production and consumption of South African lifestyle journalism. European Communication Conference, October 31 - November 3, Lugano, Switzerland.
  • Hanusch, F., Witschge, T., & Schapals, A. K. (2018). The discursive construction of journalistic boundaries: Examining journalists’ narratives during transformative times. European Communication Conference, October 31 - November 3, Lugano, Switzerland.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2018). Learning the roles of the game: Journalism students' emerging conceptions about their work. Invited keynote at EJTA AGM and Annual Conference "Fast journalism vs. slow journalism", May 17, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Schapals, Aljosha Karim, Hanusch, Folker, Neuberger, Christoph, and Nuernbergk, Christian (2017). Journalism beyond the crisis: Emerging forms, practices and uses. Future of Journalism Conference, September 14-15, Cardiff, Great Britain.
  • Hanusch, F., & Tandoc, E. Jr. (2017). Comments, analytics, and social media: The impact of audience feedback on journalists’ market orientation. International Communication Association (ICA), May 25-29, San Diego, USA.
  • Hanusch, F. & Vos, T. P. (2017). Charting the development of a field: A systematic analysis of comparative studies of journalism. International Communication Association (ICA), May 25-29, San Diego, USA.
  • Mellado, C., & Hanusch, F. (2017).Comparative Design and Methodological Challenges: An introduction to Journalism Students Across the Globe. International Communication Association (ICA), May 25-29, San Diego, USA.
  • Hanusch, F. (2017). Expanding conceptualizations of news work through studying lifestyle journalism.” in einem panel in der Journalism Studies Division zum Thema: Expanding the Journalistic Repertoire: Opportunities and Challenges of Emerging News Logics. International Communication Association (ICA), May 25-29, San Diego, USA.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2017). Watchdogs or Lapdogs? Indigenous Journalists' views towards Loci of Power. European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR), September 6-9, Oslo, Norway.
  • Hanusch, Folker, Banjac, Sandra, and Maares, Phoebe (2017). The impact of public relations and advertising on journalism in uncertain times: Evidence from a survey of lifestyle journalists. ECREA Journalism Studies Conference, 23-24 March, Odense.
  • Tandoc, Edson, and Hanusch, Folker (2017). The impact of audience measurement tools on journalistic objectivity and transparency: Results from an exploratory study. ECREA Journalism Studies Conference, 23-24 March, Odense.
  • Bruns, Axel and Hanusch, Folker (2016). Journalism-as-a-Service: Amplifying Public Intellectual Contributions Through the Conversation.  European Communication Conference, 9-12 November, Prague.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2016). Comparing journalism education: An overview of “Journalism Students Across the Globe”. Paper presented at the European Communication Conference, 9-12 November, Prague.
  • Harro-Loit, Halliki, Hanusch, Folker and Skjerdal, Terje (2016). What is ethical? Exploring the influence of university education on journalism student’s ethical views. European Communication Conference, 9-12 November, Prague.
  • Hanusch, Folker and Hanitzsch, Thomas (2016). Between the “citizen” and “consumer”: A comparative account of journalists’ roles in political and everyday life. Paper presented at International Journal of Press/Politics Conference 29-30 September. Oxford, UK.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2016) „Political journalists’ branding practices on social media: A comparative analysis“. Paper presented at International Journal of Press/Politics Conference. 29-30 September. Oxford, UK.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2015). Audience impacts on journalistic culture: An exploratory study of Australian journalism culture. Paper to be presented at the Future of Journalism Conference. 10-11 September, Cardiff.
  • Hanusch, Folker and McNair, Brian (2015). Dissolving boundaries: Journalism and journalists beyond the crisis. Paper to be presented at theFuture of Journalism Conference. 10-11 September, Cardiff.
  • Hanusch, Folker, Hanitzsch, Thomas and Lauerer, Corinna (2015). ‘How much love are you going to give this brand? Lifestyle journalists on commercial influences in their work. Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Communication Association. 21-25 May, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2014). Studying Australian journalism students: A summary. Paper presented at the Conference of the Journalism Education Association Australia. 24-27 November, Sydney.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2014). Role performance in Australian journalism. Paper presented at the Conference of the Journalism Education Association Australia. 24-27 November, Sydney.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2014). “Assessing digital transformations of journalism culture: Evidence from a survey of Australian journalists.” Paper presented at the ICA Regional Conference ‘Digital Transformations, Social Media Engagement and the Asian Century’. 1-3 October, Brisbane.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2014). “Australian journalists in a changing media environment.” Paper presented at the annual conference of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association. 9-11 July, Melbourne.
  • Hanusch, Folker & Uppal, Charu (2014). “Development journalism in politically unstable democracies:  A case study of Fijian journalism culture.” Paper presented at the International Communication Association. 22-26 May, Seattle.
  • Hanitzsch, Thomas, Hanusch, Folker & Lauerer, Corinna (2014). “Culture Matters: Influences of Interventionist Role Orientations of Journalists in 21 Countries.” Paper presented at the conference of the International Communication Association. 22-26 May, Seattle.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2014). “Exploring journalists’ perceptions of changes in their industry.” Paper presented at the ECREA Journalism Studies Conference. 28-29 March, Thessaloniki.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2013). “A country/city divide? Comparing Australian regional and metropolitan journalists.” Paper presented at the Conference of the Journalism Education Association Australia. 2-4 December, Mooloolaba.
  • Hanusch, Folker and Claudia Mellado (2013). “Analyzing influences on journalism students’ professional views: Evidence from a study across eight countries.” Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research. 25-29 June, Dublin.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2013). “Emphasising cultural values in creating alternatives to the mainstream: An empirical study of Māori journalists’ professional views and motivations.” Paper presented at OurMedia pre-conference IAMCR. 24-25 June, Dublin.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2013). “Dimensions of Maori journalism culture: Exploring Indigenous news-making in Aotearoa New Zealand.” Paper presented at the conference of the International Communication Association. 17-21 June, London.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2013). “The geography of travel journalism: Mapping the flow of travel stories about foreign countries.” Paper presented at the conference of the International Communication Association. 17-21 June, London.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2013). “Visualizing death across cultures: Differences in news images of disaster deaths around the globe.” Paper presented at the conference of the International Communication Association. 17-21 June, London.
  • Hanusch, Folker & Thomas Hanitzsch (2012). “Serving commercial interests? Lifestyle journalists on economic influences in their work.” Paper presented at the European Communication Conference. 24-27 October, Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Hanusch, Folker & Thomas Hanitzsch (2012). “Reporting on leisure: Exploring lifestyle journalists’ professional views.” Paper presented at the Matters of Journalism Conference: Understanding Professional Challenges and Dilemmas. 14-15 September, Gdansk, Poland.
  • Mellado, Claudia, Hanusch, Folker, María Luisa Humanes, Sergio Roses, Fabio Pereira, Lyuba Yez F., Salvador de León, Mireya Márquez Ramírez, Federico Subervi and Vinzenz Wyss (2012). “The pre-socialization of future journalists: An examination of journalism students’ professional views in seven countries.” Paper presented at International Conference on Journalism Studies. 27-29 June, Santiago, Chile.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2012). “Exploring Indigenous journalism cultures: The case of Māori journalism in Aotearoa/New Zealand.” Paper presented at the International Conference on Journalism Studies. 27-29 June, Santiago, Chile.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2011). “Preparing for the future: Examining Australian journalism students’ role perceptions.” Paper presented at the Conference of the Journalism Education Association Australia. 28-30 November, Adelaide.
  • Hanusch, Folker, Peter English, Jane Fynes-Clinton (2011). “Assessing the discipline: An analysis of Australian Journalism Review articles 2000-2010.” Paper presented at the Conference of the Journalism Education Association Australia. 28-30 November, Adelaide.
  • Hanitzsch, Thomas & Folker Hanusch (2011). “Does gender determine journalists’ professional views? A new look based on cross-national evidence.” Paper presented at the conference of the International Communication Association. 26-30 May, Boston.
  • Mellado, Claudia & Folker Hanusch (2011). “Comparing professional identities, attitudes, and cross-perceptions in public communication: A study of Chilean journalists and public relations practitioners.” Paper presented at the conference of the International Communication Association. 26-30 May, Boston.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2010). “Does death make a sign? Examining graphic images of disaster victims in newspapers around the world.” Paper presented at the annual conference of the Journalism Education Association Australia. 24-26 November, Sydney.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2010). “Visualising the dead in disasters: An international comparison of newspaper coverage of the 2010 Haiti earthquake.” Paper presented at the European Communication Conference. 12-15 October, Hamburg.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2010). “Exploring journalistic practice outside the mainstream: A survey of Australian travel journalists’ role perceptions.” Paper presented at the conference of the International Communication Association. 22-26 June, Singapore.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2010). “Death on the front page: ‘Awesome Things’ and this Thing Called Humanity.” Paper presented at the conference of the International Communication Association. 22-26 June, Singapore.
  • Obijiofor, Levi & Folker Hanusch (2010). “Students’ perceptions and use of the Internet as a news channel.” Paper presented at the World Journalism Education Congress. 5-7 July, Grahamstown, South Africa.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2010). “Cultural influences on journalism practice: On the importance of cultural values for comparative journalism research.” Paper presented at the international conference “Comparing Journalism: Theory, Methodology, Findings”. 9-11 July, Eichstätt, Germany.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2009). “The new mediators of distant cultures: Travel journalists and their role in a transforming media environment.” Paper presented at the conference Journalism in the 21st Century: Between Globalization and National Identity. 16-17 July, Melbourne.
  • Hanitzsch, Thomas, Folker Hanusch & Claudia Mellado (2009). “Political Determinants of the Journalist’s Professional Worldviews: A Comparative and Multilevel Analysis.” Paper presented at the conference Journalism in the 21st Century: Between Globalization and National Identity. 16-17 July, Melbourne.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2009). “Taking travel journalism seriously: Suggestions for scientific inquiry into a neglected genre.” Paper presented at the conference of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association. 8-10 July, Brisbane.
  • Hanitzsch, Thomas, Rosa Berganza, Incilay Cangoz, Basyouni Ibrahim Hamada, Folker Hanusch, Sonia V. Moreira, Peter Mwesige, Claudia Mellado, Zvi Reich, Dani Vardiansyah Noor (2009). “Modeling Perceived Influences on Journalism: Evidence from a Cross-National Survey of Journalists.” Paper presented at the Conference of the International Communication Association. 21-25 May, Chicago.
  • Hanitzsch, Thomas, Incilay Cangoz, Basyouni Ibrahim Hamada, Folker Hanusch, Christopher Karadjov, Sonia Virginia Moreira and George Terzis (2008). “Cultural Determinants of the Journalist’s Professional Worldviews. A Cross-National and Multilevel Analysis.” Paper presented at the European Communication Conference. 25-28 November, Barcelona.
  • Hanitzsch, Thomas, Mihai Coman, Rosa Berganza Conde, Basyouni Ibrahim Hamada, Folker Hanusch, Christopher Karadjov, Zvi Reich, Peter G. Mwesige & George Terzis (2008). “Perceived Influences on Journalistic Cultures and Professional Autonomy: A Cross-National Comparison.” Paper presented at the 26th Congress of the International Association for Media and Communication Research. 20-25 July, Stockholm.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2008). “The Hofstedian approach: Suggestions for a conceptual development of comparative journalism studies.” Comparative Journalism Studies Conference. 25-27 June, Hobart, Tasmania.
  • Obijiofor, Levi and Folker Hanusch (2008). “Foreign news reporting in the age of new technologies.” Comparative Journalism Studies Conference. 25-27 June, Hobart, Tasmania.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2004). “Researching death in international news – A critique of past approaches.” Australia and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA). July 7-9, Sydney.
  • Obijiofor, Levi and Folker Hanusch (2002). “Look who’s talking: International news reporting in the newspapers of developing countries.” Journalism Education Association (JEA) annual conference: International news reporting. December 2-6, Hong Kong.