Collaborative Research Project of Mr. Jasper Emmanuel Arcalas Published in Journalism Practice

Congratulations to Mr. Jasper Emmanuel Y. Arcalas, Special Lecturer of Broadcasting, Communication and Journalism on his collaborative research project (with the University of Santo Tomas). The research project was published in Journalism Practice (Q1 in Scopus; Q3 in WoS; IF: 2.328 in 2021).

Journalism Practice is an intellectually rigorous journal with all contributions being refereed anonymously by acknowledged international experts in the field. The journal is devoted to: the study and analysis of significant issues arising from journalism as a field of professional practice; relevant developments in journalism training and education, as well as the construction of a reflective curriculum for journalism; analysis of journalism practice across the distinctive but converging media platforms of magazines, newspapers, online, radio and television; and the provision of a public space for practice-led, scholarly contributions from journalists as well as academics.

The full paper can be accessed in the citation below:

Arcalas, J. E. Y., Tuazon, J. P. L., & Opiniano, J. M. (2022). How Journalists Cope with News Work’s Stresses While Remaining Creative Amid the Covid-19 Pandemic: A Phenomenological Study. Journalism Practice, 1-23. DOI: 10.1080/17512786.2022.2151039