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Publications & Presentations


Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

Banjac, S. & Oksamytna, K. (2009): Building a Public Sphere: A Comparative Case Study of Yugoslavia and the European Union. In: Amsterdam Social Science, Vol. 1(3): 25-46.


Working Papers

Neverla, I., Lohner, J., and Banjac, S. (2015) Review: Journalistic ethics and practices in conflicts societies.

Lohner, J., Banjac, S., and Neverla, I. (2015) Mapping structural conditions of journalism in four countries.

Banjac, S., Lohner, J. and Neverla, I. (2015) Mapping structural conditions of journalism in Serbia.

Banjac, S., Lohner, J. and Neverla, I. (2015) Mapping structural conditions of journalism in South Africa.

Lohner, J., Banjac, S., and Neverla, I. (forthcoming) Comparative analysis of journalistic ethics and practices.


Conference Papers

Lohner, J. and Banjac, S. (2015) Constructive or Destructive? Journalistic work practices and ethics in democratization conflicts, within panel: 'Media in Democratization Conflicts: Dousing the Fires or Fanning the Flames?' Paper presented at: International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Montreal, Canada, July 2015.

Lohner, J. and Banjac, S. (2016) "There is no story that is bigger than your life" Safety challenges of journalists reporting on democratisation conflicts – Empirical findings from a comparative case-study in Egypt, Kenya, Serbia and South Africa. Paper presented at: UNESCO’s World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) research conference on the Safety of Journalists, Helsinki, Finland, May 2016. To be published as a chapter in a book based on the conference and launched at WPFD in Jakarta, May 2017; a collaboration between UNESCO, University of Gothenburg and IAMCR.

Neverla, I., Lohner, J., and Banjac, S. (2016) Constructive or Destructive? Journalistic Work Practices and Ethics in Democratization Conflicts, within panel: 'Framing Democratization: Media and Contentious Politics in Democratizing States'. Paper presented at: International Political Science Association (IPSA), Poznań, Poland, July 2016.

Neverla, I., Lohner, J., and Banjac, S. (2016) Between nostalgia and 'bitter-sweet reality': The autocratic past as reference point of journalists in transitional societies. Paper presented at: International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Leicester, UK, July 2016.

Lohner, J., Banjac, S., and Neverla, I. (2016) Contesting or carrying on the past? (Dis-)Continuities of journalistic roles, practices and ethics from autocracy to democracy, within panel: 'Power and the contestation of the past: memories, legacies and strategic narratives in international perspective'. Paper presented at: European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA), Prague, Czech Republic, November 2016.


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