Questioning European Journalism
How did the Greek and British press respond to the Mohammad Cartoons crisis of 2006? Does the Financial Times have the power to set the agenda for Europe's elites? What is happening to journalism in the new EU countries? These and many other questions are answered in the latest issue (vol 10, issue 1) of the scholarly journal Journalism Studies.
This themed issue is titled 'Questioning European Journalism' and is edited by Dr Henrik Örnebring, Axess Research Fellow in Comparative European Journalism (editing the journal issue has been part of Henrik's work on the Axess Programme). The issue collects cutting-edge research on European Journalism from a multitude of perspectives - and from a multitude of nations. Contributing authors are Henrik Örnebring, Michal Krzyzanowski, Anna Triandafyllidou, Ben Cocking, Epp Lauk, Primoz Krasovec, Igor Z. Zagar, Farrel Corcoran, Declan Fahy and Paschal Preston.
A full table of contents is available here.