Professor Michael Bromley
Professor in International Journalism
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Professor Bromley has taught at universities in the UK, USA and Australia. He has published seven books and more than 50 chapters and articles. Prior to working at City University London he was head of the School of Journalism and Communication at The University of Queensland, Australia.
- Journalism practices
- Citizen journalism
- Journalism education
- Socio-cultural uses of journalism
- Judith Clarke and Michael Bromley (eds) (2012) International News in the Digital Age: East-West Perceptions of a New World Order. New York: Routledge.
- Pradip Thomas and Michael Bromley (eds) (2010) An Introduction to Communication and Social Change. St Lucia, Qld: University of Queensland Press.
- Michael Bromley (2012, forthcoming) The 'new majority' and the academization of journalism. Journalism.
- Michael Bromley (2012, forthcoming) The way we are: demographics and research in the journalism academy. Media International Australia.
- Michael Bromley and Regan Neal (2011) Publishing participation and productivity among journalist-academics in the era of ERA. Australian Journalism Review 33(1), 55-72.
- Michael Bromley (2011) The United Kingdom journalism education landscape, pp.47-66, in G Terzis (ed.) European Journalism Education. Bristol: Intellect.
- Michael Bromley and Stephen Cushion (2011) Media fundamentalism: the immediate response of the UK press to terrorism - from 9/11 to 7/7, pp.212-231, in B Zelizer and S Allan (eds) Journalism after September 11. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.
- Michael Bromley (2011) iPhones and eyeshades: journalism and the university's role in promoting a dynamic public sphere, pp.104-112, in B Zelizer (ed.) Making the University Matter. New York: Routledge.
- Michael Bromley (2012) Beyond new toolsets and new skillsets to new mindsets: journalist-faculty and the promotion of excellence in journalism, 62nd Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Phoenix, AZ (24-28 May).
- Michael Bromley (2012) Whither journalism in the academy? The role of hackademics in the future of the field, First International Conference on Journalism Studies, Santiago, Chile (27-29 June).
Other professional activities
- Member, International Communication Association board (2011-2012).
- Member, editorial boards: Journalism, Media History, Media International Australia and Australian Journalism Review.