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"This is citizen journalism at its finest": YouTube and the public sphere in the Oscar Grant shooting incident
MG Antony, RJ Thomas
New Media & Society 12 (8), 1280-1296, 2010
2442010
The ethics of web analytics: Implications of using audience metrics in news construction
EC Tandoc, RJ Thomas
Digital Journalism 3 (2), 243-258, 2015
2122015
The discursive construction of journalistic authority in a post-truth age
TP Vos, RJ Thomas
Journalism Studies 19 (13), 2001-2010, 2018
612018
Putting the work (back) into newswork: Searching for the sources of normative failure
S Siegelbaum, RJ Thomas
Journalism Practice 10 (3), 387-404, 2016
492016
When old and new media collide: The case of WikiLeaks
EB Hindman, RJ Thomas
New Media & Society 16 (4), 541-558, 2014
492014
Who watches the watchdogs? British newspaper metadiscourse on the Leveson Inquiry
RJ Thomas, T Finneman
Journalism Studies 15 (2), 172-186, 2014
482014
A family of falsehoods: Deception, media hoaxes, and fake news
T Finneman, RJ Thomas
Newspaper Research Journal 39 (3), 350-361, 2018
462018
Locating the journalism in citizen photojournalism: The use and content of citizen-generated imagery
K Greenwood, RJ Thomas
Digital Journalism 3 (4), 615-633, 2015
412015
Journalism’s “crazy old aunt”: Helen Thomas and paradigm repair
EB Hindman, RJ Thomas
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 90 (2), 267-286, 2013
412013
Readers value objectivity over transparency
EC Tandoc, RJ Thomas
Newspaper Research Journal 38 (1), 32-45, 2017
402017
You are not a friend: Media conflict in times of peace
DL Carter, RJ Thomas, SD Ross
Journalism Studies 12 (4), 456-473, 2011
362011
The discursive (re)construction of journalism’s gatekeeping role
TP Vos, RJ Thomas
Journalism Practice 13 (4), 396-412, 2019
352019
“This right here is all about living”: Communicating the “common sense” about home stability through CBPR and photovoice
JC Peterson, MG Antony, RJ Thomas
Journal of Applied Communication Research 40 (3), 247-270, 2012
352012
Competing constructions of British national identity: British newspaper comment on the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony
RJ Thomas, MG Antony
Media, Culture, & Society 37 (3), 493-503, 2015
292015
In defense of journalistic paternalism
RJ Thomas
Journal of Media Ethics 31 (2), 86-99, 2016
272016
“Stop sending your kids across our border:” Discursively constructing the unaccompanied youth migrant
MG Antony, RJ Thomas
Journal of international & Intercultural Communication 10 (1), 4-24, 2017
252017
“I always watched Eyewitness News just to see your beautiful smile”: Ethical implications of U.S. women TV anchors’ personal branding on social media
T Finneman, RJ Thomas, J Jenkins
Journal of Media Ethics 34 (3), 146-159, 2019
232019
From separation to collaboration: Perspectives on editorial–business collaboration at United States news organizations
KK Drew, RJ Thomas
Digital Journalism 6 (2), 196-215, 2018
232018
Polish "pawns" between nationalism and neoliberalism in British newspaper coverage of post-European Union enlargement polish immigration
JF Hoops, RJ Thomas, JA Drzewiecka
Journalism 17 (6), 727-743, 2016
202016
Rescaling the state and disciplining workers in discourses on EU Polish migration in UK newspapers
JA Drzewiecka, JF Hoops, RJ Thomas
Critical Studies in Media Communication 31 (5), 410-425, 2014
192014
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