Thomas Hanitzsch mainly focuses on Journalism, Politics, Social science, Comparative research and Work. His Journalism study results in a more complete grasp of Media studies. His studies deal with areas such as Settlement and Naïve realism as well as Politics.
Thomas Hanitzsch focuses mostly in the field of Social science, narrowing it down to matters related to Scholarship and, in some cases, State and Resource. Thomas Hanitzsch combines subjects such as Objectivism and Idealism with his study of Comparative research. His Objectivism research includes elements of Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory and Relativism.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Journalism, Media studies, Public relations, Social science and Technical Journalism. His research integrates issues of Comparative research, State and Politics in his study of Journalism. His work focuses on many connections between Media studies and other disciplines, such as Narrative, that overlap with his field of interest in Spanish Civil War.
His research investigates the connection between Public relations and topics such as Public institution that intersect with problems in Freedom of the press. His Social science research incorporates elements of Cross-cultural studies, Everyday life, Scholarship and World Values Survey. The various areas that Thomas Hanitzsch examines in his Technical Journalism study include Field and Online journalism.
Thomas Hanitzsch focuses on Journalism, Media studies, Public relations, Epistemology and Engineering ethics. His research in Journalism intersects with topics in Communication studies, Political communication and Humanities. His study on Media studies is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Comparative research.
He integrates several fields in his works, including Public relations and Work. His work on Normative as part of his general Epistemology study is frequently connected to Context, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Engineering ethics and Professional practice.
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Deconstructing Journalism Culture: Toward a Universal Theory
Communication Theory (2007)
MAPPING JOURNALISM CULTURES ACROSS NATIONS: A comparative study of 18 countries
Thomas Hanitzsch;Folker Hanusch;Claudia Mellado;Maria Anikina.
Journalism Studies (2011)
The Handbook of Journalism Studies
Karin Wahl-Jorgensen;Thomas Hanitzsch.
Populist disseminators, detached watchdogs, critical change agents and opportunist facilitators Professional milieus, the journalistic field and autonomy in 18 countries
International Communication Gazette (2011)
What Shapes the News around the World? How Journalists in Eighteen Countries Perceive Influences on Their Work
Thomas Hanitzsch;Claudia Mellado.
The International Journal of Press/Politics (2011)
Modeling Perceived Influences on Journalism: Evidence from a Cross-National Survey of Journalists
Thomas Hanitzsch;Maria Anikina;Rosa Berganza;Incilay Cangoz.
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly (2010)
Journalists as peacekeeping force? Peace journalism and mass communication theory
Journalism Studies (2004)
Situating peace journalism in journalism studies: A critical appraisal
Conflict & Communication Online (2007)
Journalistic Roles and the Struggle Over Institutional Identity: The Discursive Constitution of Journalism
Thomas Hanitzsch;Tim P. Vos.
Communication Theory (2017)
Journalism beyond democracy: A new look into journalistic roles in political and everyday life:
Thomas Hanitzsch;Tim P Vos.
Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism (2018)
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