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Rupar, V. & Seizova, S. (2017). Ethics and Professional Orientation of Serbian Journalists. CM: Communication and Media, 12, 5-35.

Masduki (2017). Assessing Indonesian journalist threats: cases, actors and motives. Media Asia, 44, 25-32.

Amado, A. (2017). Las periodistas desde los estudios del periodismo: perfiles profesionales de las mujeres en los medios informativos. Cuestiones de Género, 12, 325–346.

Amado, A. (2017). Los periodistas latinoamericanos en el siglo XXI: más allá del debate de la posverdad. Contratexto, 27, 17–38.

Urbániková, M. & Volek, J. (2017). The professional identity of Czech journalists in an international perspective. International Communication Gazette.

Vasilendiuc, N. (2017). A Socio-Demographic Portrait of CEE Journalists: A Comparative Analysis of Journalistic Profession in Eight Central and Eastern European Countries Using the Worlds of Journalism Study. Central European Journal of Communication, 10, 175-187.

Hoxha, A. & Andresen, K. (2017). Training journalists in times of transition: The case of Kosovo. Journalism Education, 6(2), 37-47.

Peruško, Z., Cuvalo, A., & Vozab, D. (2017). Mediatization of journalism: Influence of the media system and media organization on journalistic practices in European digital mediascapes. Journalism.

Steindl, N., Lauerer, C. & Hanitzsch, T. (2017) Journalismus in Deutschland: Aktuelle Befunde zu Kontinuität und Wandel im deutschen Journalismus. Publizistik.

Tandoc, E. (2017). Gatekeeping influences and journalistic capital. Journalism Studies.

Garcés, M. E. & Arroyave, J. (2017). Autonomía profesional y riesgos de seguridad de los periodistas en Colombia. Perfiles Latinoamericanos, 49, 1-19.

Tandoc, E. (2017). Watching over the watchdogs: The problems that Filipino journalists face. Journalism Studies, 18(1), 102-117.

Hughes, S., Garcés, M., Márquez-Ramírez, M., & Jesús Arroyave, J. (2017). Rethinking professional autonomy: Autonomy to develop and to publish news in Mexico and Colombia. Journalism.

Hollings, J., Balasubramanian, R. & Hanitzsch, T. (2017). Risky choices? Modelling Journalists’ Perceptions of Aggressive Newsgathering Practices. Journalism Studies.

Oller, M. (Ed.) (2017). Cultura(s) Periodística(s) Iberoamericana(s). La diversidad de un periodismo propio. La Laguna (Tenerife): Sociedad Latina de Comunicación Social.

De Miguel, R., Hanitzsch, T., Parrat, S. & Berganza, R. (2017). Women journalists in Spain: An analysis of the sociodemographic features of the gender gap. El Profesional de la Informacion, 26(3), 497-506.

Berganza, R., Lavín, E. & Piñeiro-Naval, V. (2017). Spanish Journalists' Perception about their Professional Roles. Revista Comunicar, 51, 83-92.

Hanusch, F. & Hanitzsch, T. (2017). Introduction: Comparing Journalistic Cultures Across Nations. Journalism Studies, 18(5), 525-535.

Blumler, J. G. (2017). Epilogue for a Comparative Leap Forward. Journalism Studies, 18(5), 682-690.

Guðmundsson, B. & Kristinsson, S. (2017). Journalistic professionalism in Iceland: A framework for analysis and an assessment. Journalism, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1464884917695416

Muchtar, N., Hamada, B. I., Hanitzsch, T., Galal, A., Masduki & Sahid Ullah, M. (2017). Journalism and the Islamic Worldview: Journalistic roles in Muslim-majority countries. Journalism Studies, 18(5), 555-575.

Kalyango Jr., Y., Hanusch, F., Ramaprasad, Y., Skjerdal, T., Hasim, M. S., Muchtar, N., Ullah, M. S., Manda, L. Z., & Kamara, S. B. (2017). Journalists’ Development Journalism Role Perceptions: Select countries in Southeast Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. Journalism Studies, 18(5), 576-594.

Ahva, L., van Dalen, A., Hovden, J. F., Kolbeins, G. H., Löfgren Nilsson, M., Morten, S., & Väliverronen, J. (2017). A Welfare State of Mind? Nordic journalists' conception of their role and autonomy in international context. Journalism Studies, 18(5), 595-613.

Tejkalová, A.N., de Beer, A.S., Berganza, R., Kalyango Jr., Y., Amado, A., Ozolina, L., Láb, F., Akhter, R., Moreira, S.V., & Masduki (2017). In Media We Trust: Journalists and institutional trust perceptions in post-authoritarian and post-totalitarian countries. Journalism Studies, 18(5), 629-644.

Bonin, G., Dingerkus, F., Dubied, A., Mertens, S., Rollwagen, H., Sacco, V., Shapiro, I., Standaert, O., & Wyss, V. (2017). Quelle différence? Language, Culture and Nationality as Influences on Francophone Journalists’ Identity. Journalism Studies, 18(5), 536-554.

Hughes, S., Mellado, C., Arroyave, J., Benitez, J. L., de Beer, A., Garcés, M., Lang, K. & Márquez-Ramírez, M. (2017). Expanding Influences Research to Insecure Democracies: How violence, public insecurity, economic inequality and uneven democratic performance shape journalists’ perceived work environments. Journalism Studies, 18(5), 645-665.

Andresen, K., Hoxha, A., & Godole, J. (2017). New Roles for Media in the Western Balkans: A study of transitional journalism. Journalism Studies 18(5), 614-628.

Godler, Y., & Reich, Z. (2017). News Cultures or "Epistemic Cultures"? Journalism Studies, 18(5), 666-681.

Josephi, B. (2017). Journalists for a Young Democracy. Journalism Studies, 18, 495-510.


Pöyhtäri, R., Väliverronen, J. & Ahva, L. (2016). Suomalaisen journalistin itseymmärrys muutosten keskellä. Media & viestintä, 39, 1-23.

Amado, A., Bongiovanni, M., Christofoletti, R., Dessein, D., Dragonetti, M., Luchessi, L., Oller, M., Ruiz, F., & Schwarz, C. (2016). Periodismos Argentinos: Modelos y tensiones del siglo XXI. Buenos Aires: KAS.

Amado, A. (ed.) (2016). El periodismo por los periodistas: Perfiles profesionales en las democracias de América Latina. Buenos Aires: KAS.

Skjerdal, T. (2016). Professional perceptions among male and female journalists on the Horn of Africa: A quantitative study. Journal of African Media Studies, 8: 305–318.

Berganza Conde, R., Herrero-Jiménez, B. & Arcila Calderon, C. (2016). Perceived influences and trust in political institutions of public vs private television journalists in Spain. Communication & Society, 29(4): 185-200.

de Beer, A. S., Malilla, V., Beckett, S., & Wasserman, H. (2016). Binary opposites – can south African journalists be both watchdogs and developmental journalists? Journal of African Media Studies, 8, 35–53.

Hughes, S., Garcés, M., Márquez-Ramírez, M., & Arroyave, J. (2016). Rethinking professional autonomy: Autonomy to develop and to publish news in Mexico and Colombia. Journalism.

Thurman, N., Kunert, J. & Cornia, A. (2016). Journalists in the UK. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Berganza, R., Herrero, B., & Arcila, C. (2016). Digital journalists vs. traditional media professionals: sociodemographic characteristics and external and internal threats to their autonomy. El Profesional de la Información, 25, 179-187.

de Beer, A. S. (2016). Here We Are: A rather ethical group of news messengers. Rhodes Journalism Review, 35, 60-64.

Berganza, R., Herrero, B. & Carratalá, A. (2016). (Dis)Trust Of Spanish Journalists In Public Institutions Based On The Study Of Organisational Factors. Disertaciones: Anuario Electrónico de Estudios en Comunicación Social, 9, 24-43.

Hanitzsch, T., Hanusch, F. & Lauerer, C. (2016). Setting the Agenda, Influencing Public Opinion, and Advocating for Social Change. Journalism Studies, 17, 1-20.


Hanusch, F. & Uppal, C. (2015). Combining detached watchdog journalism with development ideals: An exploration of Fijian journalism culture. International Communication Gazette, 77, 557-576.

Hanusch, F. (2015). Transformative times: Australian journalists’ perceptions of changes in their work. Media International Australia, 155, 38-53.

de Beer, A.S., Láb, F., Strielkowski, W., & Tejkalová, A.N. (2015). Business Influence on Media News Processing: A comparison of journalists’ perceptions in the Czech Republic and South Africa. Economics and Sociology, 8, 222-233.

Hanusch, F. (2015). A different breed altogether? Distinctions between local and metropolitan journalism cultures. Journalism Studies, 16, 816-833.


Hanitzsch, T. & Berganza, R. (2014). Political Trust among Journalists: Comparative Evidence from 21 Countries, in Canel, M. J. & Voltmer, K. (eds.), Comparing Political Communication across Time and Space: New Studies in an Emerging Field (pp. 137–156). London: Palgrave McMillan.

Mertens, S. (2014). Aspecten van journalistieke cultuur in Vlaanderen: audiovisuele journalisten vergeleken met journalisten van radio en van de schrijvende pers, in d'Haenens, L. & Ichau, E. (eds.), U luistert naar radio: gebruik, functies en productie (pp. 97-111). Gent: Academia Press.


Hanusch, F. (2013). Journalists in times of change: Evidence from a new survey of Australia’s journalistic workforce. Australian Journalism Review, 35, 27-40.

Reich, Zvi & Hanitzsch, T. (2013). Determinants of Journalists' Professional Autonomy: Individual and national-level factors matter more than organizational ones. Mass Communication & Society, 16, 133-156.

Hanitzsch T., Plaisance, P. L., & Skewes, E. A. (2013). Universals and Differences in Global Journalism Ethics, in Ward, S. J. (ed.): Global Media Ethics: Problems and Perspectives (pp. 30-49). Malden: MA: Wiley-Blackwell.


Hanitzsch, T. & Berganza, R. (2012). Explaining Journalists’ Trust in Public Institutions across 20 Countries: Media freedom, corruption and ownership matter most. Journal of Communication, 62, 794-814.

Hanitzsch, T. & Hanusch, F. (2012). Does Gender Determine Journalists’ Professional Views? A reassessment based on cross-national evidence. European Journal of Communication, 27, 257-277.

Plaisance, P. L., Skewes, E. A., & Hanitzsch, T. (2012). Ethical orientations of journalists around the globe: Implications from a cross-national survey. Communication Research, 39, 641-661.

Mellado, C., Moreira, S., Lagos, C., & Hernández, M. E. (2012). Comparing Journalism Cultures in Latin America: The Case of Chile, Brazil and Mexico. International Communication Gazette, 74, 60-77.

Hanitzsch, T., Seethaler, J., Skewes, E. A., Anikina, M., Berganza, R., Cangöz, I., Coman, M., Hamada, B., Hanusch, F., Karadjov, C. D., Mellado, C., Moreira, S. V., Mwesige, P. G., Plaisance, P. L., Reich, Z., Vardiansyah Noor, D., & Yuen, K. W. (2012). Worlds of Journalism: Journalistic Cultures, Professional Autonomy and Perceived Influences across 18 Nations, in Weaver, D. H. & Willnat, L. (eds.), The Global Journalist in the 21st Century (pp. 473-494). New York, NY: Routledge.

Hanitzsch, T. & Hidayat, D. N. (2012). Journalists in Indonesia, in Weaver, D. H. & Willnat, L. (eds.), The Global Journalist in the 21st Century (pp. 36-51). New York, NY: Routledge.

Vasilendiuc, N. (2012). Does Religion Matter in Journalists’ Representations about Profession? Evidence from International Survey. European Journal of Science and Theology, 8, 183-192.


Hanitzsch, T. (2011). Populist Disseminators, Detached Watchdogs, Critical Change Agents and Opportunist Facilitators: Professional Milieus, the Journalistic Field and Autonomy in 18 Countries. International Communication Gazette, 73, 477-494.

Hanitzsch, T. & Mellado, C. (2011). What Shapes the News around the World? How journalists in 18 countries perceive influences on their work. International Journal of Press/Politics, 16, 404-426.

Mellado, C. (2011). Modeling Individual and Organizational Effects on Chilean Journalism: A Multilevel Analysis of Professional Role Conceptions. Communicación y Sociedad, 24, 269-304.

Hanitzsch, T., Hanusch, F., Mellado, C., Anikina, M., Berganza, R., Cangoz, I., Coman, M., Hamada, B., Hernandez, M. E., Karadjov, C. D., Moreira, S. V., Mwesige, P. G., Plaisance, P. L., Reich, Z., Seethaler, J., Skewes, E. A., Vardiansyah Noor, D., & Yuen, K. W. (2011). Mapping Journalism Cultures across Nations: A Comparative Study of 18 Countries. Journalism Studies, 12, 273-293.


Hanitzsch, Thomas, Maria Anikina, Rosa Berganza, Incilay Cangoz, Mihai Coman, Basyouni Hamada, Folker Hanusch, Christopher D. Karadjov, Claudia Mellado, Sonia Virginia Moreira, Peter G. Mwesige, Patrick Lee Plaisance, Zvi Reich, Josef Seethaler, Elizabeth A. Skewes, Dani Vardiansyah Noor & Kee Wang Yuen (2010): Modeling Perceived Influences on Journalism: Evidence from a Cross-National Survey of Journalists. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 87(1): 7-24.


Hanitzsch, T. & Seethaler, J. (2009). Journalismuswelten: Ein Vergleich von Journalismuskulturen in 17 Ländern (Worlds of Journalism: A comparison of journalism cultures in 17 countries). Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft, 57, 464-483.

Hanitzsch, T. (2009). Zur Wahrnehmung von Einflüssen im Journalismus: Komparative Befunde aus 17 Ländern (On Perceived Influences on Journalism: Evidence from 17 countries). Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft, 57, 153-173.

Hanusch, F. (2009). Mapping Australian Journalism Culture: Results from a Survey of Journalists' Role Perceptions. Australian Journalism Review, 30, 97-109.

Moreira, S. V. & Rodrigues Helal, C. L. (2009). Notes on media, journalism education and news organizations in Brazil.Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism, 10, 91–107.


Vasilendiuc, N. (2008). Professional Culture of the Romanian Journalists. Revista Romana de Jurnalism si Comunicare, No. 1-2 (III), 11-22.

Hanitzsch, T. (2008). Universalität, Differenz und ideologische Artikulation journalistischer Kulturen (Universality, Difference and Ideological Articulation of Journalistic Cultures), in Hahn, O. & Schröder, R. (eds.), Journalistische Kulturen: Schlüsselkonzepte und Grundsteine für ein interdisziplinäres und internationales Theoriefundament (Journalistic Cultures: Key Concepts and Foundations for an Interdisciplinary and International Theory, pp. 154-172). Berlin: Vistas.


Hanitzsch, T. (2007). Deconstructing Journalism Culture: Towards a universal theory. Communication Theory, 17, 367-385.