publications

I’m willing to send any of these papers if you’re interested in reading them, just e-mail me.

 

Peer-reviews journal articles

De Maeyer, J., & Holton, A. E. (2015). Why linking matters: A metajournalistic discourse analysis. Journalism, (online first) http://doi.org/10.1177/1464884915579330

Anderson, C. W., & Maeyer, J. D. (2015). Objects of journalism and the news. Journalism, 16(1), 3–9.

De Maeyer, J., & Le Cam, F. (2015). The Material Traces of Journalism. Digital Journalism, 3(1), 85–100.

Maeyer, J. D., Libert, M., Domingo, D., Heinderyckx, F., & Cam, F. L. (2015). Waiting for Data Journalism. Digital Journalism, 3(3), 432–446.

De Maeyer, J. (2014). Citation Needed: Investigating the use of hyperlinks to display sources in news stories. Journalism Practice, 8(5), 532–541.

De Maeyer, J. (2013). Dérouler le fil des liens hypertextes : Les controverses au service de l’imaginaire journalistique. Recherches en Communication, 40(40), 117–132.

De Maeyer, J. (2013). Towards a hyperlinked society: A critical review of link studies. New Media & Society, 15(5), 737–751.

De Maeyer, J., 2012. La couverture médiatique de Huis clos sur le net : les identités journalistiques face aux sites de réseaux sociaux, Les cahiers du journalisme, 24 (été 2012), 182-203.

De Maeyer, J., 2012: THE JOURNALISTIC HYPERLINK: Prescriptive discourses about linking in online news, Journalism Practice, 6(5-6), 692.

De Maeyer, J., 2010. Être journaliste dans un environnement 2.0. Les Cahiers du Numérique, 6(1), pp. 157-177.

 

Book chapters

De Maeyer, J. (forthcoming). Towards a material perspective in journalism studies. In T. Witschge, C. W. Anderson, D. Domingo, & A. Hermida (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Digital Journalism.

De Maeyer, J. (forthcoming). Journalists Uses of Hypertext. In B. Franklin & S. A. Eldridge (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Digital Journalism Studies.

De Maeyer, J. (2014). Best Practices for Linking. In L. Zion & D. Craig (Eds.), Ethics for digital journalists: emerging best practices (pp. 74–86). New York: Routledge.

De Maeyer, J. (2012). Lien hypertexte et journalisme : Où est la connexion? In R. Le Champion (Ed.), Journalisme 2.0. Nouvelles Formes Journalistiques, Nouvelles Compétences, Les études (pp. 81–88). Paris : La Documentation Française.

 

Conferences

“Vers un Observatoire de la circulation de l’information”, Humanités Numériques 2015 (Université Concordia, Montréal, 11-13 aout 2015) – avec Sylvain Rocheleau (UQAM)

“Is there journalistic know-how behind churnalism”, IAMCR (Montréal, Canada, 12-16 juillet 2015)

Anatomie du batonnage de dépêches“, colloque MEJOR 3, Université de Florianopolis (Florianopolis, Brésil, 12-15 mai 2015)

“Diversité et réplication des contenus de l’information en ligne”, Conférence de l’Association Canadienne de Communication (St Catharines, Ontario, 27-29 mai 2014)

“All the news that’s fit to print: Links in their editorial context”, International Symposium on Online Journalism (Austin, Texas, 4-5 April 2014).

“Citation needed: investigating the use of hyperlinks to display sources in news stories”, Future of Journalism Conference (Cardiff, 12-13 September 2013)

“Retracing change and permanence. Towards a material approach of journalism studies”, Nordmedia Conference (Oslo, 11-13 June 2013) — with Florence Le Cam

“Is there room for big data in journalists’ skills?”, International Communication Association 2013 Conference (London, 17-21 June 2013)

“Hyperlinks and journalism: mapping out the dispersed discourses”, ECREA 2012, 4th European Communication Conference (Istanbul, 24-27 October 2012)

“Liens et journalisme : une cartographie des discours dispersés”, Neo-Journalism Conference (Brussels, 3-4 October 2012)

“Les liens externes sur les sites d’information : fragments d’évidence journalistique?”, workshop Les journalistes aux prises avec leurs sources, (Brussels, ULB, 14-15 June, 2012).

How to make sense of hyperlinks? An overview of link studies“, OII-ICS Symposium, A decade in Internet time: symposium on the dynamics of internet and society, Oxford Internet Institute (Oxford, 21-24 September 2011)

“Hyperlinks and journalism; where do they connect?”, Future of Journalism Conference (Cardiff, 8-9 September, 2011)

“To link or not to link? An ethnographic inquiry into newsroom dynamics”, Diversity in Journalism: 2nd ECREA Journalism Studies Conference & 26th International Communication Conference of the University of Navarra (CICOM), (Pamplona, July 4-5, 2011)

De Maeyer, J., 2010. The internet “in camera”? Investigating a journalistc experiment with social media. 3rd European Communication Conference. Hambourg. (read the blog post about this presentation)

De Maeyer, J., 2010. Mapping the hyperlinked environment of online news: issues and challenges for the French news sites. IAMCR 2010 Conference: Communication and citizenship. Braga, Portugal. (PDF)

De Maeyer, J., 2010. Methods for mapping hyperlink networks. Examining the environment of Belgian news sites. International Symposium on Online Journalism. UT Austin. (PDF)

De Maeyer, J., 2009. Journalism practices in an online environment. An investigation into the evolving specificities of newswork in Belgium, as challenged by technological changes. Journalism in crisis conference. University of Westminster. (PDF)

 

Books, reports

Raeymaeckers, Karin, François Heinderyckx, Sara De Vuyst, Manon Libert, Juliette De Maeyer, Rebeca De Dobbelaer, Florence Le Cam, Annelore Deprez, and Jeroen De Keyser. 2013. Le journaliste belge en 2013 : un autoportrait. Academia Press. Gand. (PDF)

De Maeyer, J., Colson V., Le Cam, F., 2013. Du pigeon voyageur à Twitter. Histoires matérielles du journalisme, Centre d’Action Laïque (Espace de Liberté).

 

 

Media

De Maeyer, J. & Colson, V., 2012. Les pure-players : de nouveaux acteurs économiques? Espace de Libertés, juin 2012(409), pp.19–20.
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