At the moment, the database includes 252 research projects being undertaken almost exclusively by academics in journalism and media studies.
While only two projects deal with medical or science journalism per se, other topics of study are related (e.g., body-checking in minor hockey) or have implications for medical journalism (e.g., the effect of public relations on journalism). Continue reading →
This question is not as simple as it may appear, and its answer is needed now more than ever.
He points to “today’s rapidly democratizing news ecosystem” in which the lines have become increasingly blurred between journalists and the consumers of journalism, and between journalists and their comedic counterparts such as Jon Stewart. Continue reading →