New article published on how audiences make sense of fictional representations of journalism


On September 19th, CJS member Maxine De Wulf Helskens - together with her supervisors Sarah Van Leuven (CJS) and Frederik Dhaenens (CIMS) - published a new paper in the A1 journal Journalism. The research for this article was conducted during a research stay at the University of Southern California (Los Angeles, U.S.A.) and examines how American journalism students make sense of representations of journalism in fiction television series. The article was found to be groundbreaking by the reviewers as it is on of the first studies actually conducting audience research on journalism fiction. 

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