Publications

PATRICK R.
JOHNSON, MJE

Referred Journal Articles

Johnson, P. R. (under review). A reckoning of objectivity with moral clarity. Journalism Practice.

Mihailidis, P., Ramasubramanian, S., Tulley, M, Foster, B, Riewestahl, E, & Johnson, P. (under review). Do media literacies approach equity & justice?. Journal of Media Literacy Education, special issue on race and social justice.

Book Reviews

Johnson, P. R. (accepted). Imagined audiences: How journalists perceive and pursue the public. Journal of Communication Inquiry.

Book Chapters

Currently finishing a book chapter on research methods and media literacy.

Trade and Professional Publications

Johnson, P. (30 July 2020). For student journalists, there’s no trouble like John Lewis’ “good trouble.” Quill and Scroll | The Daily Scroll. <https://quillandscroll.org/11612/the-digital-quill/qs-news/for-student-journalists-theres-no-trouble-like-john-lewis-good-trouble/>.

Johnson, P. (16 January 2019). Five college Instagram accounts to be inspired by right now and why. JEA Digital Media. <http://www.jeadigitalmedia.org/2019/01/16/five-college-instagram-accounts-to-be-inspired-by-right-now-and-why/>.

Johnson, P. (11 January 2019). Here’s what one staff did to brand their Instagram account. JEA Digital Media. <http://www.jeadigitalmedia.org/2019/01/11/heres-what-one-staff-did-to-brand-their-instagram-accounts/>.

Johnson, P. (12 December 2018). I’m adviser Patrick Johnson, and this is our newsroom. JEA Digital Media. <http://www.jeadigitalmedia.org/2018/12/12/im-adviser-patrick-johnson-and-this-is-our-newsroom/>.

Johnson, P. (12 October 2018). Why Adobe Spark is your next tech tool. JEA Digital Media. <http://www.jeadigitalmedia.org/2018/10/12/why-adobe-spark-is-your-next-tech-tool/>.

Johnson, P. (10 October 2018). Spark Posts is the way to tell stories right now. JEA Digital Media. <http://www.jeadigitalmedia.org/2018/10/10/spark-posts-is-the-way-to-tell-stories-right-now/>.

Johnson, P.R. (3 July 2018). We hold these truths to be self evident. Marquette Educator. <https://marquetteeducator.wordpress.com/2018/07/03/we-hold-these-truths-to-be-self-evident/>.

Johnson, P. (Fall 2017). Going onward and upward. Communication: Journalism Education Today.

Johnson, P. (20 October 2017). Why we write: Scholastic journalism educators on the importance of modeling. Education Week. <http://blogs.edweek.org/teachers/work_in_progress/2017/10/why_we_write_scholastic_journa.html>.

Johnson, P. (Summer 2017). Things we like: The Tom Tom. Communication: Journalism Education Today.

Johnson, P. (30 June 2017). Build up your staff’s spotify playlist with these quick ideas. JEA Digital Media. <http://www.jeadigitalmedia.org/2017/06/30/build-up-your-staffs-spotify-playlist-with-these-quick-ideas/>.

Johnson, P. (28 June 2017). Why Spotify is your next social media experience. JEA Digital Media. <http://www.jeadigitalmedia.org/2017/06/28/why-spotify-is-your-next-social-media-experience/>.

Johnson, P. (18 January 2017). Using Google Sheets to develop and track media campaigns. JEA Digital Media. <http://www.jeadigitalmedia.org/2017/01/18/using-google-sheets-to-develop-and-track-media-campaigns/>.

Johnson, P. (11 January 2017). 4 social media content tips to improve your sports storytelling and audience engagement. JEA Digital Media. <http://www.jeadigitalmedia.org/2017/01/11/4-social-media-content-tips-to-improve-your-sports-storytelling-and-audience-engagement/>.

Johnson, P. (9 January 2017). 7 Ways to develop a social media presence for school athletic programs. JEA Digital Media. <http://www.jeadigitalmedia.org/2017/01/09/7-ways-to-develop-a-social-media-presence-for-school-athletic-programs/>.

Johnson, P. (Spring 2013). The social journalist: Adaptation and instruction for social media in the journalism classroom. Communication: Journalism Education Today.

Johnson, P. (Fall 2012). Functioning in a digital world with a print history. Communication: Journalism Education Today.

Johnson, P. (12 July 2012). The man with the ’35 Ford. Old Cars Weekly.

Johnson, P. (12 July 2012). The man with the ’35 Ford. Old Cars Weekly.

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