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Together in the encoding-assemblage: a new materialist framework for examining knowledge production in journalism.

Anderson, Bissie

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Journalism's broken monopoly over the production of knowledge (Carlson, 2017; Ekström and Westlund, 2019) has led to an erosion of public trust in professional journalism and a general "epistemic crisis" of the present (Steensen, 2019). Pioneer journalism communities around the world have actively sought a redress by transforming journalism's relations with its audiences and the communities it serves, while reimagining journalistic epistemology writ large (Anderson, 2023). Pioneer journalists are the vanguard of journalistic change as they transform journalism and point to its possible futures (Hepp and Loosen, 2021). This paper presents a novel analytical framework applied in a comparative cross-national study of knowledge production in four pioneer journalism communities in Pakistan, Romania, Malaysia and the UK.

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ANDERSON, B. 2024. Together in the encoding-assemblage: a new materialist framework for examining knowledge production in journalism. To be presented at the 10th European Communication Research and Education Association European communication conference (ECREA ECC 2024): communication and social (dis)order, 24-27 September 2024, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Presentation Conference Type Lecture
Conference Name 10th European Communication Research and Education Association European communication conference (ECREA ECC 2024): communication and social (dis)order
Conference Location Ljubljana, Slovenia
Start Date Sep 24, 2024
End Date Sep 27, 2024
Deposit Date Apr 22, 2024
Publicly Available Date Jun 27, 2024
Keywords Journalism; Journalists; Journalism and society; Pioneer journalism
Public URL https://rgu-repository.worktribe.com/output/2307652

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