Lawrie Zion
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Data journalism
P Bradshaw
Ethics for Digital Journalists, 214-232, 2014
Where do journalists go after newsroom job cuts?
P O'Donnell, L Zion, M Sherwood
Journalism Practice, 2015
Ethics for digital journalists: Emerging best practices
L Zion, D Craig
Routledge, 2014
The magical concept of transparency
SJA Ward
Ethics for digital journalists, 57-70, 2014
Working for less: the aftermath for journalists made redundant in Australia between 2012 and 2014
L Zion, A Dodd, M Sherwood, P O’Donnell, T Marjoribanks, M Ricketson
Communication Research and Practice 2 (2), 117-136, 2016
A profile of Australian sport journalists (revisited)
M Nicholson, L Zion, D Lowden
Media International Australia 140 (1), 84-96, 2011
Sport media and journalism: An introduction
L Zion, R Spaaij, M Nicholson
Media International Australia 140 (1), 80-83, 2011
Ethical issues in using the internet to engage participants in family and child research: A scoping review
S Hokke, NJ Hackworth, N Quin, SK Bennetts, HY Win, JM Nicholson, ...
PloS one 13 (9), e0204572, 2018
For the lifestyle and a love of creativity: Australian students’ motivations for studying journalism
F Hanusch, K Clifford, K Davies, P English, J Fulton, M Lindgren, ...
Media International Australia 160 (1), 101-113, 2016
Fostering and moderating citizen conversations
D Domingo
Ethics for digital journalists: Emerging best practices, 159-173, 2014
“Like Being Shot in the Face” or “I’m Glad I’m Out”: Journalists’ Experiences of Job Loss in the Australian Media Industry 2012–2014
M Ricketson, A Dodd, L Zion, M Winarnita
Journalism studies 21 (1), 54-71, 2020
New Beats report: mass redundancies and career change in Australian journalism
L Zion, M Sherwood, P O'Donnell, T Marjoribanks, M Ricketson, A Dodd, ...
La Trobe, 2020
'It has a bleak future': The effects of job loss on regional and rural journalism in Australia
L Zion, M Sherwood, P O'Donnell, A Dodd, M Ricketson, T Marjoribanks
Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia, 2016
“It’s not black and white”: Public health researchers’ and ethics committees’ perceptions of engaging research participants online
S Crawford, S Hokke, JM Nicholson, L Zion, J Lucke, P Keyzer, ...
Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy 29 (1), 123-143, 2019
16. Precarity in Media Work
P O’Donnell, L Zion
Making media: Production, practices, and professions, 223, 2019
Australian journalism students' professional views and news consumption: Results from a representative study
F Hanusch, K Clifford, K Davies, P English, J Fulton, M Lindgren, ...
Australian Journalism Review 37 (1), 5-19, 2015
UniPollWatch: A model for cross-campus political journalism education
A Dodd, B Buller, A Castillo, P Clarke, H Martin, L Schwartz, M Simons, ...
Asia Pacific Media Educator 25 (2), 222-237, 2015
Ethical considerations in using social media to engage research participants: Perspectives of Australian researchers and ethics committee members
S Hokke, NJ Hackworth, SK Bennetts, JM Nicholson, P Keyzer, J Lucke, ...
Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics 15 (1-2), 12-27, 2020
The Weather Obsession
L Zion
New beats: Where do redundant journalists go
L Zion
The Conversation 2, 2013
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