Publication: Research › Ph.D. thesis???published???
Publication: Research › Ph.D. thesis
This research focused on the process of quoting in written journalism by asking 1) how journalistic interviews are recontextualised into quotations, and 2) what factors influence the outcome of this process. Mainly three types of data were exploited: recordings of authentic interviews conducted by journalists, published articles based on these interviews, and retrospective interviews with the journalists involved. The journalistic interview and the published article and its quotations were compared using the method of version analysis. Stimulated recall was then used to reconstruct the decision-making of the informant-journalists during their quoting. Finally, the findings were further analysed from the point of view of media concepts, in order to reveal the interdependencies of the everyday process of quoting and the fundamental aspects of production, such as publishers’ purposes, the needs and interests of the audience, and the current journalistic culture.
|Place of Publication||Helsinki|
|Publisher||University of Helsinki|
|Number of pages||210|
|State||Published - 11. Mar 2017|
Note re. dissertation
Doctoral dissertation. Doktorsavhandling.