Matthias Revers
TitleCited byYear
The twitterization of news making: transparency and journalistic professionalism
M Revers
Journal of Communication 64 (5), 806-826, 2014
852014
Journalistic professionalism as performance and boundary work: Source relations at the state house
M Revers
Journalism, 2014
432014
The augmented newsbeat: spatial structuring in a Twitterized news ecosystem
M Revers
Media, Culture & Society 37 (1), 3-18, 2015
202015
Contemporary journalism in the US and Germany: Agents of accountability
M Revers
Springer, 2017
112017
Contemporary Journalism in the US and Germany
M Revers
Palgrave Macmillan US, 2017
11*2017
Sociologists in the Press
M Revers
The American Sociologist 40 (4), 272-288, 2009
102009
From Counter-Power to Counter-Pepe: The Vagaries of Participatory Epistemology in a Digital Age
CW Anderson, M Revers
Media and Communication 6 (4), 24-25, 2018
92018
The Field of American Media Sociology: Origins, Resurrection, and Consolidation
C Brienza, M Revers
Sociology Compass 10 (7), 539-552, 2016
72016
Digital Media and the Diversification of Professionalism: A US-German Comparison of Journalism Cultures
M Revers
The Crisis of Journalism Reconsidered: Democratic Culture, Professional …, 2016
72016
How not to establish a subfield: Media sociology in the United States
M Revers, C Brienza
The American Sociologist 49 (3), 352-368, 2018
12018
The Sociology of Journalism
V Belair-Gagnon, M Revers
De Gruyter 19, 257-280, 2018
1*2018
The role of events in ICT adoption: same-sex marriage and Twitter
M Revers
Information, Communication & Society 20 (10), 1554-1570, 2017
12017
Competitive Collegiality: The Press Corps Environment
M Revers
Contemporary Journalism in the US and Germany, 113-152, 2017
12017
The Media Syndrome
M Revers
Contemporary Sociology 46 (6), 650-651, 2017
2017
Introduction: Textures and Porosities of Journalistic Fields
M Revers
Contemporary Journalism in the US and Germany, 1-18, 2017
2017
The Sacred Discourse of Journalistic Professionalism
M Revers
Contemporary Journalism in the US and Germany, 43-78, 2017
2017
Contextualizing US and German Journalism
M Revers
Contemporary Journalism in the US and Germany, 19-42, 2017
2017
Staking Out the Boundaries of Professionalism: Good and Bad Journalism
M Revers
Contemporary Journalism in the US and Germany, 79-112, 2017
2017
Conclusion: Occupational Cultures and Journalistic Fields in Germany and the USA
M Revers
Contemporary Journalism in the US and Germany, 219-229, 2017
2017
Digital Media and the Diversification of Professionalism
M Revers
Contemporary Journalism in the US and Germany, 197-217, 2017
2017
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