RESEARCH OUTPUTS FROM THE AHRC-FUNDED PROJECT:
Defining freedom of the press: A cross national examination of press ethics and regulation
- JOURNAL ARTICLES
Fox C. and Saunders J. (under review) Embedding ethics and warranting public trust: How should press councils use codes of ethics? Journal of Public Policy.
Steel J. et al. (under review) Press freedom and ethical praxis: A thematic analysis of legacy and digital-born journalists across five countries. Digital Journalism.
Wragg P. (2020) A free and regulated press: Defending coercive independent press regulation. Oxford: Hart Publishing.
- BOOK CHAPTER
Firmstone J. (forthcoming) Trust and ethics in local journalism: a distinctive orientation towards responsible journalism and ethical practices. In: Lynch, Jake, Rice, and Charis, Eds. Responsible Journalism in Conflicted Societies: Trust and Public Service across New and Old Divides. Routledge.
- WORKING PAPER
Steel J. et al. (2018) DFoP: Scope and parameters of the project. DFoP Working Paper Series. [Online]. Available from: eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/138587.
- RESEARCH TEAM EVIDENCE
2021 (February 25). IMPRESS Code Review – Call for Evidence. Written evidence submission.
2020 (May 21). All-Party Parliamentary Group on Religion in the Media. ‘Inquiry into religious literacy in print and broadcast media’.
2020 (April 20). House of Lords Select Committee on Communications and Digital: The future of journalism. Written evidence submission number FOJ0032.
* My role for the project was as a Postdoctoral Research Associate, and my contribution to these outputs were primarily in terms of data collection as well as some written contribution.