Matt Carlson
Matt Carlson
Associate Professor, Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Minnesota
Verified email at umn.edu - Homepage
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Boundaries of journalism: Professionalism, practices and participation
M Carlson, SC Lewis
Routledge, 2015
4212015
The robotic reporter: Automated journalism and the redefinition of labor, compositional forms, and journalistic authority
M Carlson
Digital journalism 3 (3), 416-431, 2015
4042015
Metajournalistic discourse and the meanings of journalism: Definitional control, boundary work, and legitimation
M Carlson
Communication Theory 26 (4), 349-368, 2016
3042016
Panopticon. com: Online surveillance and the commodification of privacy
JE Campbell, M Carlson
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 46 (4), 586-606, 2002
2732002
Journalistic authority
M Carlson
Journalistic Authority, 2017
2702017
When news sites go native: Redefining the advertising–editorial divide in response to native advertising
M Carlson
Journalism 16 (7), 849-865, 2015
2432015
Blogs and journalistic authority: The role of blogs in US election day 2004 coverage
M Carlson
Journalism studies 8 (2), 264-279, 2007
2322007
The Many Boundaries of Journalism
M Carlson
Boundaries of Journalism. New York: Routledge, 1-18, 2015
202*2015
Journalists, sources, and credibility: New perspectives
B Franklin, M Carlson
Routledge, 2010
1702010
Dueling, dancing, or dominating? Journalists and their sources
M Carlson
Sociology Compass 3 (4), 526-542, 2009
1702009
News startups as agents of innovation: For-profit digital news startup manifestos as metajournalistic discourse
M Carlson, N Usher
Digital journalism 4 (5), 563-581, 2016
1622016
Order versus access: News search engines and the challenge to traditional journalistic roles
M Carlson
Media, Culture & Society 29 (6), 1014-1030, 2007
1302007
Automating judgment? Algorithmic judgment, news knowledge, and journalistic professionalism
M Carlson
New media & society 20 (5), 1755-1772, 2018
1182018
Facebook in the news: Social media, journalism, and public responsibility following the 2016 trending topics controversy
M Carlson
Digital journalism 6 (1), 4-20, 2018
1142018
Tapping into TiVo: Digital video recorders and the transition from schedules to surveillance in television
M Carlson
New Media & Society 8 (1), 97-115, 2006
1092006
The reality of a fake image news norms, photojournalistic craft, and Brian Walski's fabricated photograph
M Carlson
Journalism Practice 3 (2), 125-139, 2009
912009
Confronting measurable journalism
M Carlson
Digital Journalism 6 (4), 406-417, 2018
812018
Fake news as an informational moral panic: The symbolic deviancy of social media during the 2016 US presidential election
M Carlson
Information, Communication & Society 23 (3), 374-388, 2020
762020
‘Where once stood titans’: Second-order paradigm repair and the vanishing US newspaper
M Carlson
Journalism 13 (3), 267-283, 2012
762012
On the condition of anonymity: Unnamed sources and the battle for journalism
M Carlson
University of Illinois Press, 2011
632011
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