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WILSON HUGH LOWREY · PDF file 1 Curriculum Vitae WILSON HUGH LOWREY EDUCATION August 2000 Ph.D. Mass Communication, The University of Georgia, Athens, Ga. Dissertation: “Explaining

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    Curriculum Vitae


    EDUCATION August 2000 Ph.D. Mass Communication, The University of Georgia, Athens, Ga.

    Dissertation: “Explaining variability in degree of control over work processes among occupational subgroups in news organizations: The case of newspaper presentation work”

    May 1990 M.A. Mass Communication, The University of Georgia, Athens, Ga.

    Thesis: “Radio in rural Guatemala: Three case studies” May 1985 B.A. English, Davidson College, Davidson, N.C. ACADEMIC AND RELATED EXPERIENCE Fall 2012 to present Professor with tenure, Dept. of Journalism & Creative Media, The University of Alabama,

    Tuscaloosa, Ala. Chair, Dept. of Journalism, 2013-2016 Reese Phifer Fellow of Journalism, 2018-2021 Fall 2007 to Summer 2012 Associate Professor with tenure, Dept. of Journalism, The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Ala. Fall 2003 to Summer 2007 Assistant Professor, Dept. of Journalism, The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Ala. Fall 2000 to Spring 2003 Assistant Professor, Dept. of Communication, Mississippi State University, Starkville, Miss. May 1999-August 2000 Research assistant, Cox Center for International Journalism Training and Research. Grady College of

    Journalism and Mass Communication, The University of Georgia. August 1986-August 1997 Opinion desk manager/designer/artist, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta, Ga., 1992-1997 Designer, illustrator, Athens Banner-Herald/Daily News, Athens, Ga., 1990-1992

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    RESEARCH Books

    Hollifield, A., Sylvie, G., Wick, J. & Lowrey, W. (2015). Media management: A case study approach, 4th ed. New York: Routledge. Lowrey, W. & Gade, P. (Eds.) (2011). Changing the news: The forces shaping journalism in uncertain times. New York: Routledge. Monographs Lowrey, W. (2012). Journalism innovation and the ecology of news production. Journalism and Communication Monographs, 14. Refereed journal articles Lowrey, W. & Sherrill, L. (forthcoming). Fields and ecologies: Meso-level spatial approaches and the study of journalistic change. Communication Theory. Lowrey, W., Sherrill, L. & Broussard, R. (forthcoming). Field and ecology approaches to journalism innovation: The Role of Ancillary Organizations. Journalism Studies. Lowrey, W., Broussard, R. & Sherrill, L. (forthcoming). Data journalism and black-boxed data sets. Newspaper Research Journal. Arenberg, T. & Lowrey, W. (2018). The Impact of Web Metrics on Community News Decisions: A Resource Dependence Perspective. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. Lowrey, W. & Hou, L. (2018). All Forest, No Trees? Data journalism and the construction of abstract categories. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism. Kim, E. & Lowrey, W. (2018). Does local news side with local organizations? A case study of boosterism and dependence on local and national sources. International Journal of Sport Communication. Lowrey W. & Daniels, G. (2017). The impact of 10 years of community journalism education. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. Erzikova, E. & Lowrey, W. (2016). Russian Regional Media: Fragmented Community, Fragmented Online Practices. Digital Journalism. Lowrey, W. & Shan, Z. (2016). Journalism’s fortune tellers: Constructing the future of news. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism. Lowrey, W. & Kim, E. (2016). Hyperlocal news coverage: A population ecology perspective. Mass Communication and Society. 19(5), 694-714.

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    Lowrey, W. (2015). The emergence and development of news fact-checking sites: Institutional logics and population ecology. Journalism Studies. Kim, K.S. & Lowrey, W. (2014). The effects of multi-platform news use and types of citizenship on audience’s perception of journalists’ role and authority. Korean Journal of Communication Studies 22, 55-76. Kim, Y. & Lowrey, W. (2014). Who are citizen journalists in the social media environment? Personal and social determinants of citizen journalism activities. Digital Journalism 3, 298-314. Lowrey, W. & Erzikova, E. (2014). Shifting institutional orders and responses to technological disruption among local journalists in Russia and the U.S. International Communication Gazette 76, 552-574. Erzikova, E. & Lowrey, W. (2014). Preventive Journalism as a Means of Controlling Regional Media in Russia. Global Media and Communication 10, 35-52. Lowrey, W. & Erzikova, E. (2013). One Profession-Multiple Identities: Russian Regional Reporters' Perceptions of the Professional Community Mass Communication and Society 16(5). Mackay, J.B. & Lowrey, W. (2012). Credibility Divide: Reader Trust of Online Newspapers and Blogs. Journal of Media Sociology 3, 39-57. Lowrey, W. & Erzikova, E. (2012). Managed mediocrity? Regional journalists’ perspectives on a ‘pampers generation’ of Russian reporters. Journalism Practice 6, 264-279. Lowrey, W., Parrott, S. & Meade, T. (2011). When blogs become organizations. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism 12(3), 243-259. (Lead article) McKenzie, C., Lowrey, W., Hays, H., Chung, J.C. & Woo, C.W. (2011). Listening to news audiences: the impact of community structure and economic factors. Mass Communication and Society 14(3), 375-395. Lowrey, W. (2011). Institutionalism, News Organizations and Innovation. Journalism Studies, 12(1), 64-79. Lowrey, W. & Woo, C.W. (2010). The news organization in uncertain times: Business or institution? Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 87(1), 41-61. Lowrey, W. & Erzikova, E. (2010). Institutional Legitimacy and Russian News: Case Studies of Four Regional Newspapers. Political Communication, 27(3), 275-288. Erzikova, E. & Lowrey, W. (2010). Seeking safe ground: Russian regional journalists’ withdrawal from civic service journalism. Journalism Studies, 11(3), 343-358. Lowrey, W. & Kim, K.S. (2009). Online News Media and Advanced Learning: A Test of Cognitive Flexibility Theory. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 53(4), 547-566.

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    Lowrey, W., Young, M. & Cain, B. (2008). Traditional and Nontraditional Radio News Formats: Comparing Retention, Involvement, Attention and the Perception of Credibility. Journal of Radio and Audio Media Communication, 15(2), 136-149. Lowrey, W., Brozana, A. & Mackay, J. (2008). Toward a measure of community journalism. Mass Communication and Society, 10(4), 1-26. Lowrey, W. & Mackay, J. (2008). Journalism and Blogging: A Test of a Model of Occupational Competition. Journalism Practice, 2(1), 64-81. Lowrey, W., Evans, W., Gower, K.K., Robinson, J.A., Ginter, P.M., McCormick, L.C. & Abdolrasulnia, M. (2007). Effective media communication of disasters: Pressing problems and recommendations. BMC Public Health, 7 (June), 97-105. Anderson, W. & Lowrey, W. (2007). What factors influence control over work in the journalism/public relations dynamic? An application of theory from the sociology of occupations. Mass Communication & Society, 10(4), 385-402. Lowrey, W. (2006). Cognitive shortcuts, the constraints of commitment, and managers’ attitudes about newspaper-TV partnerships. Journal of Media Economics 19(4), 241-258. Lowrey, W. (2006). Mapping the journalism-blogging relationship. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism 7(4), 477-500. Lowrey, W., Gower, K.K., Evans, W.A. & Mackay, J. (2006). Assessing newspaper preparedness for public health emergencies. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 83(2), 362-380. Lowrey, W. & Anderson, W. (2006). The impact of Internet use on the public perception of physicians: A perspective from the sociology of professions literature. Health Communication, 19, 125-131. Lowrey, W. (2005). Commitment to newspaper-TV partnering: A test of the impact of institutional isomorphism. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 82, 495-514. (Lead article) Lowrey, W. & Anderson, W. (2005). The journalist behind the curtain: Participatory functions on the internet and their impact on perceptions of the work of journalism. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 10(3). Lowrey, W., Daniels, G. & Becker, L.B. (2005). Predictors of convergence curricula in journalism and mass communication programs. Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 60, 32-46. Lowrey, W. & Becker, L.B. (2004). Commitment to journalistic work: Do high school and college activities matter? Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 81, 528-545. Lowrey, W. (2004). Media dependency during a large-scale social disruption. Mass Communication & Society, 7, 339-357.

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    Lowrey, W. (2004). More control, but not clarity, in non-linear Web stories. Newspaper Research Journal, 25, 83-97. Lowrey, W., Becker, L.B. & Punathambekar, A. (2003). Determinants of newsroom use of staff expertise: The case of international news. Gazette: The International Journal for Communication Studies, 65, 41-63. Lowrey, W. (2003). Normative conflict in the newsroom: The case of digital photo manipulation. Journal of Mass Media Ethics, 18, 123-142. Lowrey, W. (2003). What influences small newspapers to decide to publish online news? Newspaper Research Journal. 24, 83-90. Lowrey, W. (2002). Explaining variability in newspaper design: An examination of the role of newsroom subgroups. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 79, 348-367. Lowrey, W. (2002). Word people vs. picture people: Normative differences and strategies for control over work among newsroom subgroups

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