News (tagged articles)
Biased Narratives in the Media: Coverage of Fatal Shootings During Black Lives Matter Demonstrations
Halie A. Hoffman - During the summer of 2020, two fatal shootings occurred following Black Lives Matter protests. The first event involved Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and the second Michael Reinoehl in Portland, Oregon. Two shootings, each committed by members of opposing... Keep Reading »
Photo: Lester Cole/Corbis
The Role of the Media in the Cuban Revolution: Resource-Mobilization Theory and Cultural Framing
Ezekiel Vergara - On January 1st, 1959, a small band of Cuban rebels shocked the world, overthrowing the American-backed dictator Fulgencio Batista. These rebels were especially known for their guerrilla tactics and their leaders, such as Fidel Castro and Ernesto “Che” Guevara... Keep Reading »
Models of Internet Monetization
David Perell - Predicting the future of the news industry begins with understanding the history of newspapers and the current news delivery landscape. Because the Internet has brought fundamental shifts to news distribution, successful organizations of the future will capitalize... Keep Reading »
Photo: Atos SA-2
Human Rights Framing in U.S. Newspaper Coverage of the Sochi Olympic Preparations
Michelle Alfini - Every two years, the global spotlight shines on the Olympics and the nation hosting the worldwide event, particularly the country's record on human rights. This project looked at how two American newspapers, The New York Times and The Washington Post, examined human... Keep Reading »
Sociolinguistic Bias in AP Style: How News Media Deny African American Vernacular English Realities
Andrew B. Keefe - In Media Representations and the Global Imagination, Orgad (2012) addresses the division between content and interpretative analyses of media representations in critical theory research (36). This paper attempts a marriage of structural and cultural methods, both highlighting... Keep Reading »
The keyword News is tagged in the following 16 articles.
Expedited Article Review
Submit an article and get a decision fast.
If you need a fast decision, INQUIRIES Journal offers expedited processing of your submission for a small fee. Depending on the expedited review option you choose, you can receive a decision in as few as 5-days.
In addition to a shorter review period, the fee supports the journal's continued operation and open-access publishing model. Standard submissions are always free. Submit Now »- Submit an Article to Inquiries Journal -
Inquiries Journal provides undergraduate and graduate students around the world a platform for the wide dissemination of academic work over a range of core disciplines.
Representing the work of students from hundreds of institutions around the globe, Inquiries Journal's large database of academic articles is completely free. Learn more | Blog | Submit