John Huxford (Ph.D. in Communication from the University of Pennsylvania) is a former journalist from Britain. His research interests include the visual and textual construction of news.
Ph D Communication
Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania
Top Paper Award in Communication Ethics and Freedom of Expression division
Central States Communication Association
Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New
Huxford, J. & Hopper, K.M. (2017). The shock of the new: A case study of technological innovation at a student run university television station. In Adamo, G. & DiBiase. A. (Eds.), Education in Action: The Crucible of College Media. Peter Lang Publishers.
Journal Article, Academic Journal
Hopper, K.M. & Huxford, J. (2015). Gathering emotion: Examining newspaper journalists’ engagement in emotional labor. Journal of Media Practice, 16, 25-41.
Moore, M. A., Huxford, J., & K. M. Hopper (2014). Whistleblower as news source: A complex relationship examined through a survey of journalists’ attitudes. Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies 3:3, 359-378.
Hopper, K.M. & Huxford, J. (2017). Emotion instruction in journalism courses: An analysis of introductory news writing textbooks. Communication Education.
Hopper, K.M. & Huxford, J. (2015, April). Emotion instruction in journalism courses: An analysis of introductory news writing textbooks. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Central States Communication Association, Madison, WI. Presented on the Top Paper Panel.
Grants & Contracts
Whistleblowing and the News Media: An Examination of Whistleblower-Journalist Collaboration. Illinois State University. (2011)