This reading list for the project The Journalist’s Toolbox is a work in progress. As in any other large thesis or ph.d., I am attempting to do a theoretical framework before I start with data gathering, subsequent analysis and qualitative interviews.
I have made this list to inspire others on what to read and also to be able to document my progress along the way. Please write me an e-mail if you have good ideas on what I should read when it comes to journalism education and future journalism competences.
Boczkowski, Pablo J. and Anderson, C. W. – editors (2017): Remaking the News. Essays on the Future of Journalism Scholarship in the Digital Age. MIT Press.
Collignon, Pierre (2018): Tilbage til virkeligheden – Kampen mod fake news, løgne og manipulationer. Gyldendal, 1. E-book edition. Read here: Back to Reality.
Cokley, John (2015): Shopping News: Agenda Finding, What the Audience Does Before the News. Australian Scholarly Publishing.
Kammer, Aske (2018): Digital journalistik. Samfundslitteratur, 1. udgave E-bog.
Kleis Nielsen, Rasmus – editor (2015): Local Journalism: The Decline of Newspapers and the Rise of Digital Media. I.B. Tauris & Co Ltd.
Rosling, Hans, Rosling Rönnlund, Anna and Rosling, Ola (2018): Factfulness: Ten Reasons We’re Wrong About the World–and Why Things Are Better Than You Think. Sceptre. Read here: Factfulness.
Singer, Jane B. (2018) Reinventing Journalism as an Entrepreneurial Enterprise, Remaking the News, edited by Boczkowski, Pablo J and Anderson C.Q. Read here: Reinventing Journalism as an Entrepreneurial Enterprise.
Schultz-Jørgensen, Søren and Westergård, Per (2018): Den journalistiske forbindelse. Sådan genopfinder nyhedsmediet sin relation til borgerne – og sin relevans for demokratiet. Gyldendal Business, 1. E-book edition. Read here: The Journalistic Connection.