Qualifications & Memberships
Research interests lie in journalism studies, with an emphasis on alternative, community and ethnic minority media, particularly how communities use mainstream and ethnic news media, the role of journalists and news organisations as members of communities (physical and virtual), and the relationships between journalism and communities. This interest has led to researching journalism in digital and social media.
- Ross T. (2019) ‘Journalism alongside’: Teaching new ways of storytelling and building trust. Paris: World Journalism Education Congress, 8-11 Jul 2019.
- Ross T. (2019) Contested language use in ethnic media: A case study of New Zealand’s Pacific media. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development.
- Ross T. (2019) Pulled two ways: Norms of ‘Pacificness’ and journalism in New Zealand’s Pacific news media. Journal of Intercultural Studies.
- Ross T. (2019) Inclusive Journalism. In Strong C (Ed.), Journalism Series: 1-12. Wellington: Journalism Education Association New Zealand (JEANZ).
- Ross T. (2019) Media and Stereotypes. In Ratuva S (Ed.), Global Handbook of EthnicitySpringer-Palgrave Publishers.