Articles

 

Stephen Reese and Pamela Shoemaker, "A Media Sociology for the Networked Public Sphere:  The Hierarchy of Influences Model," Milestones Essay, Mass Communication & Society 19:4, pp. 389-410 (2016).  DOI: 10.1080/15205436.2016.1174268

Stephen Reese, “Communication and the public:  The challenge of investigating global media spaces,” invited essay for Communication and the Public 1:2, pp. 137-142 (2016). DOI: 10.1177/2057047316649610

Stephen Reese, “The new geography of journalism research:  Levels and spaces,” invited keynote essay for Digital Journalism pp. 1-11 (published online March 4, 2016). DOI: 10.1080/21670811.2016.1152903  (nominated for the ICA Journalism Studies Division Wolfgang Donsbach Outstanding Article of the Year Award for 2017).

Nan Zheng and Stephen Reese, “Emerging networks in the Global News Arena: the Structural Role of Chinese Bridge Blogs,” Journalism: Theory, Practice, Criticism pp. 1-17 (2016). DOI: 10.1177/1464884916643681

Stephen Reese, "Globalization of Mediated Spaces:  The Case of Transnational Environmentalism in China," International Journal of Communication, v. 9, p. 19, June (2015).  Available at http://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/3849

Stephen Reese, "Journalism and Globalization," Sociology Compass 4:6, 344-353 (2010).

Seth Lewis and Stephen Reese, "What is the War on Terror? Framing through the eyes of journalists," Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 86:1 (2009).

Stephen Reese and Seth Lewis, "Framing the War on Terror: The internalization of policy in the U.S. press," Journalism: Theory, Practice, Criticism 10:6, 777-797 (2009). (article's Sage home page)

Stephen Reese, Lou Rutigliano, Kideuk Hyun and Jaekwan Jeong.(2007). "Mapping the blogosphere: Citizen-based media in the global news arena, " Journalism: Theory, Practice, Criticism , 8(3), pp. 235-262 .

Reese, S. D. (2007). The Framing Project: A Bridging Model for Media Research Revisited. Journal of Communication, 57 (1), 148-154.

Stephen Reese and Jane Ballinger, "Roots of a sociology of news: Remembering Mr. Gates and social control in the newsroom," Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 78(4), pp. 641-658 (2001).

Stephen Reese, "Understanding the Global Journalist: A Hierarchy of Influences Approach," Journalism Studies, 2(2), pp. 173-187 (2001)

Stephen Reese, "Hacia una comprension del periodista global: El modelo de investigacion de ‘jerarquia de influencias,'" (Understanding Journalists and Journalism: A Hierarchy of Influences Approach) Comunicacion y Sociedad (Spain). 12(2), December, pp. 47-68 (1999).

Stephen Reese and Jeremy Cohen, "Educating for Journalism: The Professionalism of Scholarship," Journalism Studies 1(2): 213-217 (2000).

Stephen Reese, "Progressive Potential of Journalism Education: Recasting the Academic vs. Professional Debate," Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 4(4): 70-94 (1999).

Stephen Reese and Bob Buckalew, "The militarism of local television: The routine framing of the Persian Gulf war," Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 12:1:40-59 (March 1994).

Stephen Reese, August Grant and Lucig Danielian, "The Structure of News Sources on Television: A Network Analysis of CBS News, Nightline, McNeil-Lehrer and This Week With David Brinkley," Journal of Communication, (Spring 1994). (Political Communication Distinguished Essay Award, International Communication Association).

C. Kevin Swisher and Stephen Reese, "The Smoking and Health Issue in the Daily Press: Influence of the Regional Economy, the Tobacco Institute, and the Objectivity Routine," Journalism Quarterly, 69:4:987-1000 (1992).

Stephen Reese and Glenn Cameron, "Enhancing VNR (Video News Release) Impact: The Effects of Captioning on Memory and Understanding of Television News," Journal of Public Relations Research, 4:3 (October, 1992).

Stephen Reese, "The News Paradigm and the Ideology of Objectivity: A Socialist at the Wall Street Journal," Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 7:4 (December, 1990) (special Theories of Journalism issue).

Stephen Reese, "Information Work and Workers: Technology Attitudes, Adoption and Media Use in Texas, Information Age, 12:3:159-163 (July, 1990) (Great Britain).

1980-1989

Dominic Lasorsa and Stephen Reese, "News Source Use in the Crash of 1987: A Study of Four National Media," Journalism Quarterly, 67:1:60-71 (Spring, 1990). Reprinted in Doris Graber (ed.) Media Power in Politics, 3rd Ed., p. 110-122, Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly Press.

Stephen Reese, "New Communication Technologies and the Information Worker: The Influence of Occupation," Journal of Communication, 38:2:59-70 (Spring, 1988).

Tsan-Kuo Chang, Wayne Danielson, Stephen Reese and Pamela Shoemaker, "Sampling Ethnic Media Use: The Case of Hispanics," Journalism Quarterly, 65:1:189-190 (Spring, 1988).

Pamela Shoemaker, Stephen Reese and Wayne Danielson, "Ethnic Concentration as a Predictor of Language Preference and Media Use," Journalism Quarterly, 64:2:593-596 (Summer/Autumn, 1987).

Dan McDonald and Stephen Reese, "Television News and Audience Selectivity ," Journalism Quarterly, 64:3:763-768 (Winter, 1987).

Jinok Son, Stephen Reese and William Davie, "The Effects of Visual-Verbal Redundancy and Recaps on Television News Understanding and Recall," Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 31:2:67-74 (Spring, 1987).

Stephen Reese, John Daly and Andrew Hardy, "Economic News on Network Television: 1973 to 1983," Journalism Quarterly, 64:1 (Spring 1987).

Stephen Reese, Pamela Shoemaker and Wayne Danielson, "Social Correlates of Public Attitudes toward the New Communication Technologies," Journalism Quarterly, 63:4:675-682, (Winter 1986).

Stephen Reese, Wayne Danielson, Pamela Shoemaker, Tsan-Kuo Chang and Huei-Ling Hsu, "Ethnicity of Interviewer Effects Among Mexican-Americans," Public Opinion Quarterly, 50:4:563-572 (Winter 1986).

Kalle Heikkenen and Stephen Reese, "Videotex vs. News-papers: Impact of Media Orientations and Information Need," Communication Research, 13:1:19-36 (January 1986).

Pamela Shoemaker, Stephen Reese and Wayne Danielson, "Spanish-Language Print Media Use as an Indicator of Acculturation," Journalism Quarterly, 62:4:734-740 (Winter 1985).

Ronald Faber, Stephen Reese and Leslie Steeves, "Spending Time with the News Media: Exploring the Relationship between Reliance and Use," Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 29:4:445-450 (Fall 1985).

Stephen Reese, "Visual-Verbal Redundancy Effects on Television News Learning," Journal of Broadcasting, 28:1:79-87 (Winter 1984).

Dan Drew and Stephen Reese, "Children's Learning from a Television Newscast," Journalism Quarterly, 61:1:83-88 (Spring 1984).

Mark Miller and Stephen Reese, "Media Dependency as Interaction: The Effects of Exposure and Reliance on Political Efficacy and Activity," Communication Research, 9:2:227-248 (Spring 1982).

Stephen Reese and Mark Miller, "Political Attitude Holding and Structure: The Effects of Newspaper and Television News," Communication Research, 8:2:167-187 (Spring 1981).

Refereed Papers

2000~

Stephen Reese, , Lou Rutigliano, Kideuk Hyun and Jaekwan Jeong, "Mapping the blogosphere: Citizen-based media in the global news arena," paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, San Antonio, 2005.

Stephen D. Reese "Globalized journalism in the public sphere," paper presented to the International Communication Association, New York, 2005.

Stephen Reese, "Understanding the global journalist: A Hierarchy of Influences Approach," paper presented to the International Association for Media & Communication Research, Singapore, 2000.

1990 ~1999

Amy Reynolds, Justin Harp and Stephen Reese, "Conceptualizing objectivity on-line: Using the web to teach media literacy skills," paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Chicago, 1997.

Jane Ballinger and Stephen Reese, "Journalists meet their audience in Cyberspace: Time Online and the O.J. Simpson cover controversy," paper presented to the International Communication Association, Albuquerque, 1995.

Stephen Reese (1994), "The Media Sociology of Herbert Gans: A Chicago Functionalist," paper presented to the International Communication Association, Sydney, Australia.

Lori Bergen, Stephen Reese and Jennifer Mueller, "Constructing the Abortion Controversy on Local Television: Operation Rescue's Summer of Mercy in Wichita," paper presented to the International Communication Association, Sydney, Australia, 1994.

Stephen Reese and Bob Buckalew, "Mediated Militarism of Local Television News: The Routinized Rationale for the War in the Gulf," paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Kansas City, 1993.

Stephen Reese, Jane Ballinger and Pamela Shoemaker, "The Roots of Media Sociology: Mr. Gates and Social Control in the Newsroom," paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Kansas City, 1993.

Stephen Reese, August Grant and Lucig Danielian, "The Structure of News Sources on Television: A Network Analysis of CBS News, Nightline, McNeil-Lehrer and This Week With David Brinkley," paper presented to the Political Communication Division, International Communication Association, Miami, 1992.

Kevin Swisher and Stephen Reese, "The Smoking and Health Issue in the Daily Press: Influence of the Regional Economy, the Tobacco Institute and the Objectivity Routine," paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Boston, 1991.

Stephen Reese, "Setting the Media's Agenda: A Power Balance Perspective," paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1990 (Top 3 Paper).

1980~1989

Stephen Reese, "The News Paradigm and the Limits of Objectivity: A Socialist at the Wall Street Journal," paper presented to the Qualitative Studies Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, D.C., 1989.

Dominic Lasorsa and Stephen Reese, "News Sources in the National Media: A Comparison of Coverage of the Stock Market Crash," paper presented to the International Communication Association, San Francisco, 1989.

Lucig Danielian and Stephen Reese, "News Sources and Themes in the Elite Press: Inter-Media Agenda-Setting and the Cocaine Issue," paper presented to the International Communication Association, San Francisco, 1989.

Stephen Reese and Lucig Danielian, "A Closer Look at the Intermedia Agenda Setting Process for the Drug Issue," presented to the Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago, 1987.

Stephen Reese, "Information Workers' Attitudes Toward Technology: Two Surveys of Texans," presented to the World Association for Public Opinion Research, Montreux, Switzerland, 1987.

Stephen Reese and William Davie, "Captioning Effects on Television News Learning," presented to the Radio-Television Journalism Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, San Antonio, Texas, 1987 (top paper).

Stephen Reese and Lucig Danielian with Melody Townsell, "Agenda Setting of Drug Issues Within the Media: the Case of Cocaine," invited paper presented to the American Association for Public Opinion Research, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 1987.

Stephen Reese, "Information Work and Workers: Technology Adoption, Attitudes and Media Use," presented to the International Communications Association, Human Communication Technology Interest Group, Montreal, 1987.

Stephen Reese and John Daly, "How Television News Covered the Economy: 1973 to 1983," presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Radio-Television Journalism Division, Norman, Oklahoma, 1986.

Pamela Shoemaker, Stephen Reese, Wayne Danielson and Kenneth Hsu, "Proportion of Hispanics as a Predictor of Media Use and Attitudes," presented to the International Communications Association, Intercultural/Development Division, Chicago, 1986.

Stephen Reese and John Daly, "TV News, the Economy and Consumer Opinion: Shaping Economic Perceptions," presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Theory and Methodology Division, Memphis, 1985.

Tsan-Kuo Chang, Wayne Danielson, Stephen Reese and Pamela Shoemaker, "Mexican-Americans as an Ethnic Sample: Random Digit Dialing vs. Sampling by Surname," presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Theory and Methodology Division, Memphis, 1985.

Daniel McDonald and Stephen Reese, "Media Reliance, Television News and Viewer Selectivity," presented to the Speech Communications Association, Mass Communications Division, Denver, 1985.

Daniel McDonald and Stephen Reese, "Audience Selectivity and Television News," presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Radio-Television Journalism Division, Memphis, 1985.

Stephen Reese, Wayne Danielson, Pamela Shoemaker, Tsan-Kuo Change and Huei-Ling Hsu, "Mexican-Americans as Interviewers and Respondents: Sources of Bias in Answers to Cultural Questions," presented to the International Communications Association, Intercultural/Development Division (Top 8 paper), Honolulu, Hawaii, 1985.

Stephen Reese, Pamela Shoemaker and Wayne Danielson, "Social Correlates of Public Attitudes toward the New Communication Technologies," presented to the Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago, 1984.

Pamela Shoemaker, Tsan-Kuo Chang, Stephen Reese and Wayne Danielson, "Exploring the Relationship between Media Use and Voting among Hispanics and Anglos," presented to the Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago, 1984.

Stephen Reese, "The News Media and the Audience: Dependency Research Directions for an Information Society," presented to the International Communications Association, Political Communication Division, San Francisco, 1984.

Ronald Faber, Stephen Reese and Leslie Steeves, "Spending Time with the News Media: Exploring the Relationship between Reliance and Use," presented to the International Communications Association, Mass Communication Division, San Francisco, 1984.

Stephen Reese, "Media Dependency in the Information Age: An Examination of Research and Future Directions," presented to the Southwest Journalism Symposium, Austin, Texas, 1983.

Stephen Reese, "Improving Audience Learning from Television News through Between-Channel Redundancy," presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Radio-Television Journalism Division, Corvallis, Oregon, 1983.

Dan Drew and Stephen Reese, "Children's Learning from a Television Newscast," presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Radio-Television Journalism Division, East Lansing, Michigan, 1981.

Mark Miller and Stephen Reese, "Media Dependency as Interaction: The Effects of Exposure and Reliance on Political Efficacy and Activity," presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Theory and Methodology Division, Boston, 1980.