2020 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1994 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Barbie Zelizer mainly investigates Journalism, Media studies, Social psychology, Technical Journalism and Collective memory. In Journalism, she works on issues like Patriotism, which are connected to Jargon, Objectivity, Censorship and Public relations. Her Media studies research incorporates elements of Accountability, Presumption, Certainty, Humanities and Politics.
Her Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Mnemonic, Scholarship and Meaning. Her Technical Journalism research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Social science, Cultural analysis, Memory work and Speech communication. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mythology, EPIC, Charge and Narrative.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Journalism, Media studies, Public relations, Collective memory and Law. Her work on Technical Journalism as part of general Journalism research is frequently linked to Work, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Technical Journalism research focuses on Higher education and how it relates to Discourse analysis.
Her research integrates issues of Social psychology, Narrative, Rhetorical question, Scholarship and Politics in her study of Media studies. Her Public relations research integrates issues from Objectivity, Communication studies and Jargon. Her research investigates the connection with Collective memory and areas like Memory work which intersect with concerns in Cognitive science.
Barbie Zelizer spends much of her time researching Journalism, Media studies, Memory work, Collective memory and Cognitive science. Her studies deal with areas such as Cold war, Politics and Public relations as well as Journalism. Her Cold war research includes elements of Social psychology, Islam and State.
Her works in Technical Journalism and News media are all subjects of inquiry into Media studies. Barbie Zelizer has included themes like Photojournalism, Institutional memory and Politics of memory in her Memory work study. The concepts of her Collective memory study are interwoven with issues in War on terror, Terrorism, Media event and Representation.
Barbie Zelizer spends much of her time researching Journalism, Media studies, Temporality, Aesthetics and Conjunction. Her Journalism research includes themes of Cognitive science, Politics and Scholarship. The various areas that Barbie Zelizer examines in her Cognitive science study include Memory work, Collective memory and Public relations.
Barbie Zelizer has researched Politics in several fields, including Legal circumstances, Unitary state and Set. Legal circumstances is a primary field of her research addressed under Law. Barbie Zelizer interconnects Citizen journalism, Social science and Democracy in the investigation of issues within Scholarship.
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Remembering to Forget: Holocaust Memory through the Camera's Eye
Taking Journalism Seriously: News and the Academy
Covering the Body: The Kennedy Assassination, the Media, and the Shaping of Collective Memory
Journalists as interpretive communities
Critical Studies in Media Communication (1993)
Journalism After September 11
Barbie Zelizer;Stuart Allan.
About to Die: How News Images Move the Public
Reading the Past against the Grain: The Shape of Memory Studies.
Critical Studies in Mass Communication (1995)
Reporting War: Journalism in Wartime
Why memory's work on journalism does not reflect journalism's work on memory
Memory Studies (2008)
Framing Public Memory
Kendall R. Phillips;Stephen Howard Browne;Barbara Biesecker;Barbie Zelizer.
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