From suspicion to wonder in journalism and communication research

Tamara Witschge, Mark Deuze

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    In this article, we call for a critical reflection on the lens that we adopt when researching journalism and communication. Adopting a lens of wonder can enhance our ability to consider the rich diversity that can be found in the field. Through a variety of research projects, we show how through wonder we cannot only understand how journalism is becoming but also make space for “becoming with”: we show how we are complicit in journalism’s future. Focusing on the paradoxical nature of journalistic practices as something we learned from our work with journalists, we illuminate and open up the much-at-onceness of journalistic life.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)360-375
    Journal Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
    Issue number2
    Publication statusPublished - 2020


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