Aljosha Karim Schapals
Aljosha Karim Schapals
Lecturer in Journalism
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Giving computers a nose for news: Exploring the limits of story detection and verification
N Thurman, S Schifferes, R Fletcher, N Newman, S Hunt, AK Schapals
Digital Journalism 4 (7), 838-848, 2016
352016
The contradictions of real-time online reporting
N Thurman, AK Schapals
The Routledge companion to digital journalism studies, 283, 2016
192016
Fake news: Australian and British journalists’ role perceptions in an era of “alternative facts”
AK Schapals
Journalism Practice 12 (8), 976-985, 2018
152018
Assistance or resistance? Evaluating the intersection of automated journalism and journalistic role conceptions
AK Schapals, C Porlezza
Media and Communication 8 (3), 16-26, 2020
82020
Digitizing democracy
AK Schapals, A Bruns, B McNair
Routledge, 2018
82018
The UK digisphere and the 2017 election
AK Schapals
UK election analysis 2017: Media, voters and the campaign: Early reflections …, 2017
62017
Working on the margins: Comparative perspectives on the roles and motivations of peripheral actors in journalism
AK Schapals, P Maares, F Hanusch
Media and Communication 7 (4), 19-30, 2019
42019
Automated journalism: expendable or supplementary for the future of journalistic work?
AK Schapals
The Future of Creative Work, 2020
12020
Newspaper Journalism
AK Schapals
The International Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies, 1-9, 2019
12019
The role of social media during the 2011 Egyptian revolution: A real catalyst, or merely a facilitating factor?
AK Schapals
Digitizing Democracy, 163-171, 2019
12019
'Cloudy with a chance of sh! tstorm': Examining the role of social news outlets in the hack live: Is male privilege bullsh! t? Social media ritual
E Hurcombe
Digitizing democracy (Routledge Studies in Media, Communication, and …, 2019
12019
What journalists share: A comparative study of the National Press Corps in Australia and Germany
A Bruns, C Nuernbergk, AK Schapals
Proceedings of the 9th international conference on social media and society …, 2018
12018
“Everything Has Changed, and Nothing Has Changed in Journalism”: Revisiting Journalistic Sourcing Practices and Verification Techniques during the 2011 Egyptian Revolution and …
AK Schapals, Z Harb
Digital Journalism, 1-20, 2020
2020
Out-of-the-box versus in-house tools: how are they affecting data journalism in Australia?
MF de-Lima-Santos, AK Schapals, A Bruns
Media International Australia, 1329878X20961569, 2020
2020
GIVING COMPUTERS ANOSE FOR NEWS
N Thurman, S Schifferes, R Fletcher, N Newman, S Hunt, AK Schapals
The Future of Journalism: Risks, Threats and Opportunities, 2020
2020
Reporting Elections: Rethinking the Logic of Campaign Coverage
AK Schapals
Digital Journalism 7 (4), 545-547, 2019
2019
# GE2019: A tale of two elections?
AK Schapals
UK Election Analysis 2019: Media, Voters and the Campaign, 101-101, 2019
2019
Are journalism metrics trustworthy enough to be used in editorial decision-making?
AK Schapals, A Bruns
Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers, 2019
2019
From'crush the saboteurs' to'coalition of crackpots': The role of the partisan'Tory'press and the power of alternative media during Brexit and# GE17
AK Schapals
Digitizing Democracy, 45-55, 2019
2019
The Role of Social Media during the 2011 Egyptian Revolution: A Real Catalyst, or Merely a Facilitating Factor?
B McNair, A Bruns, AK Schapals
Digitizing Democracy, 173-181, 2018
2018
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