Hostwriter CEO Tabea Grzeszyk authored an article in the June 2019 issue of the Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies. The article, “Diversity matters! How cross-border journalism calls out media bias,” provides a thorough overview of the evolution of cross-border journalism and the importance of diversity in newsrooms.
From the abstract:
“This article argues that the dominant tradition of journalism that places the reporter as a mere observer to events, power relations and global hierarchies is unfit as a working model for cross-border collaboration teams. By reversing the perspective of research, it investigates how the ‘neutral‘ position of journalism itself has been shaped by historical context, story-telling traditions, iconic imageries and naturalized assumptions that have influenced its view of the world. With the goal of initiating a knowledge transfer, this article explores key concepts from Cultural Studies and Postcolonial Theory to apply them to contemporary journalism practices.”
You can order the issue in which this article appears (in English) at the Ingenta Connect website.