Diana Bossio
Diana Bossio
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“Not their fault, but their problem”: Organizational responses to the online harassment of journalists
AE Holton, V Bélair-Gagnon, D Bossio, L Molyneux
Journalism Practice 17 (4), 859-874, 2023
Journalism and social media: Practitioners, organisations and institutions
D Bossio
Springer, 2017
DON'T TWEET THIS! How journalists and media organizations negotiate tensions emerging from the implementation of social media policy in newsrooms
V Sacco, D Bossio
Digital Journalism 5 (2), 177-193, 2017
Burning out and turning off: Journalists’ disconnection strategies on social media
D Bossio, AE Holton
Journalism 22 (10), 2475-2492, 2021
From “selfies” to breaking tweets: How journalists negotiate personal and professional identity on social media
D Bossio, V Sacco
Journalism practice 11 (5), 527-543, 2017
Using social media in the news reportage of War & Conflict: Opportunities and Challenges
V Sacco, D Bossio
The journal of media innovations 2 (1), 59-76, 2015
Social media and the politics of reportage: the'Arab Spring'
S Bebawi, D Bossio
Springer, 2014
A roadmap for forming successful interdisciplinary education research collaborations: A reflective approach
D Bossio, B Loch, M Schier, A Mazzolini
Higher Education Research & Development 33 (2), 198-211, 2014
Australia's News Media Bargaining Code and the global turn towards platform regulation
D Bossio, T Flew, J Meese, T Leaver, B Barnet
Policy & Internet 14 (1), 136-150, 2022
Journalists on Instagram: Presenting professional identity and role on image-focused social media
D Bossio
Journalism Practice 17 (8), 1773-1789, 2023
Mapping the emergence of social media in everyday journalistic practices
D Bossio, S Bebawi
Media International Australia 161 (1), 147-158, 2016
The identity dilemma: Identity drivers and social media fatigue among journalists
D Bossio, AE Holton
Popular Communication 16 (4), 248-262, 2018
Disconnection: How measured separations from journalistic norms and labor can help sustain journalism
V Bélair-Gagnon, D Bossio, AE Holton, L Molyneux
Social Media+ Society 8 (1), 20563051221077217, 2022
Reconsidering innovation: Situating and evaluating change in journalism
D Bossio, JL Nelson
Journalism Studies 22 (11), 1377-1381, 2021
Social media managers as intermediaries: negotiating the personal and professional in organisational communication
D Bossio, A McCosker, E Milne, D Golding, C Albarrán-Torres
Communication Research and Practice 6 (2), 95-110, 2020
How Al Jazeera reported the Arab Spring: A preliminary comparative analysis
D Bosio
Media Asia 40 (4), 333-343, 2013
60+ online: Engaging seniors through social media and digital stories
A McCosker, D Bossio, I Holcombe-James, H Davis, M Schleser, ...
Swinburne University of Technology, 2018
Reaping and sowing the news from an Arab Spring: the politicised interaction between traditional and alternative journalistic practitioners
D Bossio, S Bebawi
Global Media Journal: Australian Edition, 2012
Journalism during the Arab Spring: Interactions and challenges
D Bossio
Social media and the politics of reportage: The ‘Arab Spring’, 11-32, 2014
60+ Online:: Enhancing digital inclusion of seniors via mobile digital stories and social media participation
H Davis, A McCosker, D Bossio, M Schleser
The Journal of Community Informatics 14 (1), 2018
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