The Journal of Applied Journalism and Media Studies are looking for submissions for a special issue on cross-border journalism.

New international networks, greater connectivity and cross-border collaborative journalism are responsible for some of the biggest news stories in recent years, from the Panama Papers leaks to the FIFA corruption scandal. As such, there has been growing interest in this journalistic genre but little agreement on its definition or its pros and cons.

This special edition of the Journal of Applied Journalism and Media Studies hopes to “shed light on this hitherto under-investigated emerging practice, define it, theorize it and hopefully operationalize it” while examining how new developments are helping to shape it.

The deadline for abstract submissions is 31 May 2017. Abstracts should be a maximum of 250 words.

Full details can be found via the link below.

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