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Showing they care (or don’t): Affective publics and ambivalent climate activism on TikTok
S Hautea, P Parks, B Takahashi, J Zeng
Social Media+ Society 7 (2), 20563051211012344, 2021
472021
Textbook news values: Stable concepts, changing choices
P Parks
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 96 (3), 784-810, 2019
382019
A collaborative approach to experiential learning in university newswriting and editing classes: A case study
P Parks
Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 70 (2), 125-140, 2015
252015
Naturalizing negativity: How journalism textbooks justify crime, conflict, and “bad” news
P Parks
Critical Studies in Media Communication 36 (1), 75-91, 2019
242019
The ultimate news value: Journalism textbooks, the US presidency, and the normalization of Donald Trump
P Parks
Journalism Studies 21 (4), 512-529, 2020
182020
An unnatural split: How ‘human interest’sucks the life from significant news
P Parks
Media, Culture & Society 41 (8), 1228-1244, 2019
182019
Silent Spring, Loud Legacy: How Elite Media Helped Establish an Environmentalist Icon
P Parks
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 94 (4), 1215-1238, 2017
182017
Don't hurt my Avatar: the use and potential of digital self-representation in risk communication
P Parks, R Cruz, SJG Ahn
International Journal of Robots, Education and Art 4 (2), 10, 2014
182014
Is climate change a crisis–and who says so? An analysis of climate characterization in major US news media
P Parks
Environmental Communication 14 (1), 82-96, 2020
172020
Toward a humanistic turn for a more ethical journalism
P Parks
Journalism 21 (9), 1229-1245, 2020
162020
Covering Trump’s ‘Carnival’: A rhetorical alternative to ‘objective’reporting
P Parks
Journalism Practice 13 (10), 1164-1184, 2019
162019
From apes to whistleblowers: How scientists inform, defend, and excite in newspaper op-eds
P Parks, B Takahashi
Science Communication 38 (3), 275-302, 2016
132016
Non-representational news: An intervention into pseudo-events
P Parks
Journalism 22 (1), 122-138, 2021
102021
Anti-intellectualism among US students in journalism and mass communication: A cultural perspective
M McDevitt, P Parks, J Stalker, K Lerner, J Benn, T Hwang
Journalism 19 (6), 782-799, 2018
102018
Crisis continued: Cable news, American exceptionalism, and discourses of danger
P Parks
Journalism Studies 20 (3), 305-326, 2019
92019
Summer for the scientists? The Scopes trial and the pedagogy of journalism
P Parks
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 92 (2), 444-467, 2015
82015
The discipline-autonomy paradox: How US journalism textbooks construct reporters’ freedom just to tear it down
P Parks
Journalism Studies 20 (13), 1903-1919, 2019
72019
Journalists and communicators' perceptions of their graduate training in environmental reporting: an application of knowledge-based journalism principles
B Takahashi, P Parks
Frontiers in Environmental Science, 94, 2018
72018
From sensation to stigma: Changing standards for suicide coverage in US journalism textbooks, 1894–2016
P Parks
Journalism 22 (6), 1375-1392, 2021
52021
Choosing joy as methodology in journalism research
P Parks
Journal of Communication Inquiry 45 (2), 119-137, 2021
52021
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