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Interdisciplinary collaboration and interaction: Opportunities for Journalism and Discourse Studies

Lookup NU author(s): Dr Darren Kelsey

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Abstract

Journalism and Discourse Studies (JDS) provides a cross-disciplinary space for publication to authors and readers in fields of journalism, media and discourse research. The journal is not meant to be an exclusive space for what is notionally referred to as critical discourse studies (CDS) per se. We believe that so long as journalism and media research provide insights into our understanding of media in social, historical, political and economic contexts, it will ultimately be of interest for scholars concerned with discourse, power, ideology, and social practice. JDS provides an expansive space for different disciplines to talk to each other; working together in a dynamic forum rather than requesting research that is exclusive to any niche of discourse analysis. This should encourage a more eclectic range of approaches than current traditions of journalism studies by showing that other disciplines can offer further innovative analytical frameworks for the investigation of media texts and practices.


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Author(s): Kelsey D

Publication type: Article

Publication status: Published

Journal: Journalism and Discourse Studies

Year: 2015

Volume: 1

Issue: 1

ISSN (electronic): 2056-3191

URL: http://www.jdsjournal.net/uploads/2/3/6/4/23642404/kelsey_-_jdsjournal_-_vol_1_issue_1.pdf


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