Media and Communication Studies C: Theory in Journalism Studies
Reading list, Bachelor's level, 2IV170
Main group 1
- Steensen, Steen; Ahva, Laura, Theories of journalism in a digital age, London, Routledge, 2017Compulsory
- Ward, Stephen J. A.., Ethics and the Media: An Introduction, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2011Compulsory
Reese, S. (2016-08-31). Theories of Journalism. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication.
Articles and book chapters, approximately 500 pages.
Recommended literature and resources
- Hesmondhalgh, David; Toynbee, Jason, The media and social theory, New York, Routledge, 2008
- Carpentier, Nico, Media and participation: a site of ideological-democratic Struggle, Bristol, Intellect, 2011
- Allan, Stuart., Journalism: critical issues, Maidenhead, England, Open University Press, 2005
- Croteau, David.; Hoynes, William., Media/society: industries, images, and audiences, Fifth Edition., Thousand Oaks, CA, SAGE Publications, 
- Cook, Timothy E., Governing with the news: the news media as a political institution, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1998
- Benson, Rodney; Neveu, Erik, Bourdieu and the journalistic field, Oxford, Polity, 2005
- Christians, Clifford G., Media ethics: cases and moral reasoning, Tenth edition., New York, NY, Routledge, 2017
Bensman, J. and Lilienfeld, R., 1969. Phenomenology of journalism. Diogenes, 17(68), pp.98-119.