Cronkite School faculty members engage in a variety of research and creative activities, resulting in books, papers, television programs, newspaper and magazine articles and public relations campaigns that are disseminated to members of the public as well as the academy. Cronkite School faculty have:
- Published numerous books with commercial houses and university presses
- Published scores of refereed journal articles in such prestigious outlets as Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, the Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, Communication Law and Policy and the Journal of Media Economics
- Produced award-winning television documentaries and other productions
- Wrote frequent op-ed columns and magazine stories.
Leading journalists took part in Mayo Clinic-Cronkite Medical Journalism Fellowhsip
Sixteen journalists from across the country took part in the Mayo Clinic-Cronkite Fellowship from May 13-18, which provided five days of intensive medical journalism training at Mayo Clinic campuses in Phoenix and Scottsdale and the Cronkite School on ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus. Fellows attended sessions on regenerative medicine, augmented human intelligence and other medical innovations and participated in a hands-on experience that simulated the high-pressure situations that doctors face in emergency and operating rooms.
Cronkite Faculty Research: Making a Difference
The Cronkite School’s faculty includes world-class media scholars and professionals who publish and speak around the globe on the most important topics facing journalism and mass communications today. Join us this Must See Monday event to hear from Assistant Professor Jacob Nelson and News Co/Lab Managing Director Kristy Roschke about some of their most recent projects in a discussion moderated by Dawn Gilpin, director of research and doctoral studies.
The Pandemic and Public Perception: Joint Research at Cronkite
Members of Cronkite’s research faculty and doctoral students worked together to track trends in communication on the coronavirus pandemic and the public perception of health messaging during this global crisis.
Hear from Director of Research and Doctoral Studies Dawn Gilpin, Assistant Professor Syed Ali Hussain, doctoral students Rian Bosse and Mohammed Madouh in this conversation moderated by Assistant Dean B. William Silcock.
Cronkite School Faculty Publications
Is Aggression Contagious Online? A Case of Swearing on Donald Trump’s Campaign Videos on YouTube
K. Hazel Kwon
Presentation: Cronkite School Faculty Meeting, 2016
Solar Carbon Cowboys
Films: “One Hundred Thousand Beating Hearts” and “Solar Carbon Cowboys”
Facebook Threats: The Missed Opportunities of Elonis v. U.S.
Journal Article: Communication Law and Policy, 21:1 (Winter 2016): 1-37
Donald Trump’s Dangerous Attacks on the Press
Leonard Downie, Jr.
Op-Ed: The New York Times, Jan. 13, 2017
The Role of Ruminants in Reducing Agriculture’s Carbon Footprint in North America
Peer Reviewed Publication: W.R. Teague, S. Apfelbaum, R. Lal, U.P. Kreuter, J. Rowntree, C.A. Davies, R. Conser, M. Sasmus-Sen, J. Hatfield, T. Wang, F. Wang and P. Byck 2016
I’m Not a Fan. I’m a Journalist: Measuring American Sports Journalists’ Sports Enthusiasm
Conference Presentation: Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Minneapolis, 2016
Towards a New Model for Journalism Education
Journal Publication: Journalism Practice, Volume 10, Issue 7., 2016
Researching the Framing of Still and Moving Images Across Media Platforms: Challenges and Opportunities
B. William Silcock
Editor-Reviewed Publication: Schwalbe, C., B. William Silcock and Keith, S. In P.D’Angelo, Ed. DOING NEWS FRAMING ANALYSIS 2: EMPERICAL AND THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES (IN PRESS 2016)
The Defense of Journalism that Journalism Never Knew: Jacobo Zabludovsky and The Siege of SIN News
Conference Paper: Presented at the Broadcast Education Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 16
Deadly Deal: A drug Kingpin’s Plea With the U.S. Triggered Years of Bloodshed Reaching All the Way to Southlake
Article: The Dallas Morning News, April 14, 2016
In Defense of the First Amendment
Research: A study showing news organizations are less able to champion First Amendment rights in court. Knight Foundation, April 21, 2016
The News Media: What Everyone Needs to Know
Leonard Downie, Jr.
Book: C.W. Anderson, Leonard Downie, Jr., Michael Schudson, Oxford University Press, September 2016
Mark Zuckerberg Needs to Dump Peter Thiel From the Facebook Board of Directors. He Won’t
Article: Slate, May 26, 2016
The Road to ‘Reader Friendly’: Newspapers and Readership in the Late 20th Century
Peer-Reviewed Journal Article: Cogent Social Sciences, 2., June 2016
How to Really Teach Students to Engage Communities
Article: MediaShift, June 2, 2016
Common Ground: Poll Finds U.S. – Mexico Border Residents Overwhelmingly Value Mobility, Oppose Wall
Article: The Dallas Morning News, July 18, 2016
Juan Gabriel Memorial
Article: Dallas Morning News, Sept. 4, 2016
He Saved Latin, What Did You Ever Do?
Article: Zocalo Public Square, September 2016; also in Houston Chronicle, Sept. 8, 2016
Dual Language Learning
Article: Dallas Morning News, Sept. 19, 2016
The Neighborhood Hyperlocal: New Kid on the Block or a Chip off the Old One?
Journal Article: Digital Journalism, 2015
What I Am Versus What I Do: Work and Identity Negotiation in Hyperlocal News Startups
Journal Article: Journalism Practice, 2015
Four Areas of Collegiate Student-Athlete Privacy Invasion
Journal Article: Communication and Sport, 2015
Gatecheckers at the Visual News Stream
B. William Silcock
Journal Article: Schwalbe, C., Silcock, B. and Candello, E., Journalism Practice, 2015
Clash of Perceptions: An Analysis of China’s 2011 Image-Building Advertising Campaign
Journal Article: Public Relations Review (40): 38-44, 2015
Race, Gender, Class & Media: Studying Mass Communication and Multiculturalism
Book: Third Edition. Kendall Hunt Publishing Co. (with Meta Carstarphen) Research and writing summer 2015 (forthcoming spring 2017)
Cause and Effect: The Free Speech Transformation as Scientific Revolution
Journal Article: Communication Law and Policy, Summer 2015
Local TV News, Racial Stereotypes and the Color of Crime
Invited Academic Paper: (Keynote Address) Global Perspectives on Colorism Conference, Washington University Law School, St. Louis, Missouri, April 3-4, 2015
Data Journalism: Inside the Global Future
Book Chapter: Essay for “Data Journalism: Inside the Global Future,” edited by T. Felle, J. Mair and D. Radcliffe (Abramis), October 2015
Book Chapter: U.S.-China relations in book “Heading East” published by China’s Oriental Outlook national magazine, 2014
The Photo Is Live at Applifam: An Instagram Community Grapples With How Images Should Be Used
Journal Article: Visual Communication Quarterly, 2014
The Origin of Spanish Language Nightly Network News: Enlarging Knowledge of News Institutions and How Network News Was Formed
Presentation: Broadcast Education Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 2014
The New Editors of the Internet
Article: The Atlantic, Aug. 22, 2014
Americans’ Perception of Chinese Government: A Comparative Survey Study of American General Public and Elite Opinion Leaders’ Views of China and Chinese Ruling Party
Refereed Conference Proceeding and Policy Report: Sponsored by China Foundation on Peace and Development. The final data analysis and policy report (pp. 112) was submitted to the sponsor on Aug. 15, 2014
The Obama Administration and the Press
Leonard Downie, Jr.
Report: Committee to Protect Journalists, 2013
Exploring Complex Organizational Communities: Identity as Emergent Perceptions, Boundaries, and Relationships
Journal Article: Gilpin, D. R., & Miller, N. K. Communication Theory, 2013
Identity Brokerage and Organizational Community Building
Journal Article: Gilpin, D. R., & Miller, N. K. Journal of Nonprofit and Public Sector Marketing 25(4), 354-373, 2013