Ph D Communication / Journalism. Mass Media - 2004
Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania
Dissertation/Thesis topic: It’s The End of the World as We Know It: Journalism and the Prediction of Catastrophe.”
Hopper, K.M. & Huxford, J. (in press). Emotion instruction in journalism courses: An analysis of introductory news writing textbooks. Communication Education.
Hopper, K.M. & Huxford, J. (2015). Gathering emotion: Examining newspaper journalists’ engagement in emotional labor. Journal of Media Practice, 16, 25-41.
Huxford, J. & Hopper, K.M. (in press). The shock of the new: A case study of technological innovation at a student run university television station. In Adamo, G. & DiBiase. A. (Eds.), Education in Action: The Crucible of College Media. Peter Lang Publishers.
Moore, M. A., Huxford, J., & K. M. Hopper (2014). Whistleblower as news source: A complex relationship examined through a survey of journalists’ attitudes. Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies 3:3, 359-378.
Hopper, K.M. & Huxford, J. (2015, April). Emotion instruction in journalism courses: An analysis of introductory news writing textbooks. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Central States Communication Association, Madison, WI. Presented on the Top Paper Panel.
Top Paper Award in Communication Ethics and Freedom of Expression division
Central States Communication Association
School of Communication
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