Folker Hanusch
TitleCited byYear
Mapping journalism cultures across nations: A comparative study of 18 countries
T Hanitzsch, F Hanusch, C Mellado, M Anikina, R Berganza, I Cangoz, ...
Journalism Studies 12 (3), 273-293, 2011
Modeling perceived influences on journalism: Evidence from a cross-national survey of journalists
T Hanitzsch, M Anikina, R Berganza, I Cangoz, M Coman, B Hamada, ...
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 87 (1), 5-22, 2010
Broadening the focus: The case for lifestyle journalism as a field of scholarly inquiry
F Hanusch
Journalism practice 6 (1), 2-11, 2012
Representing death in the news: Journalism, media and mortality
F Hanusch
Springer, 2010
The dimensions of travel journalism: Exploring new fields for journalism research beyond the news
F Hanusch
Journalism Studies 11 (1), 68-82, 2010
Journalism across cultures: An introduction
L Obijiofor, F Hanusch
Macmillan International Higher Education, 2011
Does gender determine journalists’ professional views? A reassessment based on cross-national evidence
T Hanitzsch, F Hanusch
European Journal of Communication 27 (3), 257-277, 2012
The pre-socialization of future journalists: An examination of journalism students' professional views in seven countries
C Mellado, F Hanusch, ML Humanes, S Roses, F Pereira, L Yez, ...
Journalism Studies 14 (6), 857-874, 2013
Journalistic branding on Twitter: A representative study of Australian journalists’ profile descriptions
F Hanusch, A Bruns
Digital journalism 5 (1), 26-43, 2017
Journalists in times of change: Evidence from a new survey of Australia’s journalistic workforce
F Hanusch
Australian Journalism Review 35 (1), 29-42, 2013
Web analytics and the functional differentiation of journalism cultures: Individual, organizational and platform-specific influences on newswork
F Hanusch
Information, Communication & Society 20 (10), 1571-1586, 2017
A profile of Australian travel journalists’ professional views and ethical standards
F Hanusch
Journalism 13 (5), 668-686, 2012
Valuing those close to us: A comparison of German and Australian quality newspapers’ reporting of death in foreign news
F Hanusch
Journalism Studies 9 (3), 341-356, 2008
A product of their culture: Using a value systems approach to understand the work practices of journalists
F Hanusch
International Communication Gazette 71 (7), 613-626, 2009
Mediating orientation and self-expression in the world of consumption: Australian and German lifestyle journalists’ professional views
F Hanusch, T Hanitzsch
Media, Culture & Society 35 (8), 943-959, 2013
Mapping Australian journalism culture: Results from a survey of journalists’ role perceptions
F Hanusch
Australian Journalism Review 30 (2), 97-109, 2008
Theoretical and practical issues in team teaching a large undergraduate class
F Hanusch, L Obijiofor, Z Volcic
International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 21 (1), 66-74, 2009
Travel journalism: exploring production, impact and culture
F Hanusch, E Fürsich
Springer, 2014
Setting the agenda, influencing public opinion, and advocating for social change: Determinants of journalistic interventionism in 21 countries
T Hanitzsch, F Hanusch, C Lauerer
Journalism Studies 17 (1), 1-20, 2016
Graphic death in the news media: present or absent?
F Hanusch
Mortality 13 (4), 301-317, 2008
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