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Dr Nael Jebril

  • 01202 965748
  • njebril at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Senior Lecturer in Journalism
  • Weymouth House W336, Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole, BH12 5BB
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Biography

Dr Nael Jebril is Senior Lecturer in Journalism and Director of the cross-faculty MA in Media and Communication. Prior to joining Bournemouth University, he was an academic fellow at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, and the Department of Politics and International Relations at Oxford University, where he taught Media, Public Opinion and Politics. He is former convenor of Oxford University’s Media Research Seminars (2012 – 2014), and co-recipient of the 2016 Goldsmith Book Prize by Harvard Kennedy School.

Dr Jebril is a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy. Previously, he was an associate member of Green Templeton College, Oxford University (2012 - 2015), and a research associate at the Center for Journalism, University of Southern Denmark (2013 - 2014). In 2013, he held a visiting fellowship at SDU’s Center for Contemporary Middle East Studies, and in 2009, he was a visiting scholar at the Amsterdam School of Communication Research.

Dr Jebril’s research interests include media and democratization, political communication, audience studies, news journalism, and the Middle East...

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Journal Articles

  • Jebril, N., Loveless, M. and Stetka, V., 2015. Media and democratisation: Challenges for an emerging sub-field. Medijske Studije, 6 (11), 84-98.
  • Jebril, N., De Vreese, C.H., Van Dalen, A. and Albæk, E., 2013. The effects of human interest and conflict news frames on the dynamics of political knowledge gains: Evidence from a cross-national study. Scandinavian Political Studies, 36 (3), 201-226.
  • Jebril, N., 2013. Is Watchdog Journalism Satisfactory Journalism? A Cross-national Study of Public Satisfaction with Political Coverage. Reuters Institute Working Papers Series.
  • Jebril, N., Albæk, E. and de Vreese, C.H., 2013. Infotainment, cynicism and democracy: The effects of privatization vs personalization in the news. European Journal of Communication, 28 (2), 105-121.

Books

  • Albæk, E., Van Dalen, A., Jebril, N. and De Vreese, C.H., 2014. Political Journalism in Comparative Perspective. Cambridge University Press.

Chapters

  • Albæk, E., Van Dalen, A., Jebril, N. and De Vreese, C.H., 2016. Hvorfor er den politiske journalistik forskellig fra land til land? In: Jensen, C., ed. Politologisk årbog. København: Hans Reitzel.

Conferences

  • Jebril, N., 2016. Crisis Politics and Media Choice: Electronic Communication and Political Life. In: Digital Media and Electronic Communication 1-3 June 2016 Le Havre.
  • Jebril, N., 2016. Media Engagement within Democratising Media Markets. In: Media Engagement: Connecting Production, Texts and Audiences 3-4 May 2016 University of Westminster, London.
  • Jebril, N., 2016. The Role of Generational Predictors in Shaping Political Engagement through Social Media. In: Everyday Politics and Social Media 21 April 2016 University College London.
  • Jebril, N., 2015. Media Audiences in post-2011 Egypt: Usage Profiles and Media Consumption. In: The Annual International Journal of Press/Politics Conference 16-18 September 2015 University of Oxford, Oxford.
  • Jebril, N., 2015. The Effects of Political Transition on Cross-media Usage. In: Users Across Media 6-8 May 2015 University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Jebril, N., 2014. Is Watchdog Journalism Satisfactory Journalism? A Cross-national Study of Public Satisfaction with Political Coverage. In: Political Communication in Times of Crisis 12-13 September 2013 University of Granada.
  • Jebril, N., Stetka, V. and Loveless, M., 2014. Mediating the Change: What do We Know about the Roles of Media in Democratization. In: Complex Evolutions: Media and Democratisation in Contemporary Asia 5-6 September 2014 University of Oxford.
  • Jebril, N., 2014. New Media Audiences and the Arab Spring: Reflections on the Debate. In: Oxford Network for Peace Studies Annual Conference 10 May 2014 University of Oxford.
  • Jebril, N. and Loveless, M., 2014. Individual Media Consumption and Political Transition: Evidence from Egypt. In: The Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association 3-6 April 2014 Chicago.
  • Jebril, N., Albæk, E. and De Vreese, C.H., 2011. Infotainment, Cynicism and Democracy: Privatization vs. Personalization. In: Annual Conference of the International Communication Association 26-30 May 2011 Boston.
  • Jebril, N., De Vreese, C.H. and Albæk, E., 2010. Exposure to Attention-inducing Content and Dynamics of Political Knowledge Gain as Moderated by Political Interest. In: Annual Conference of the International Communication Association 22-26 June 2010 Singapore.
  • Jebril, N., De Vreese, C.H. and Albæk,, E., 2010. Exposure to Attention-inducing Content and Dynamics of Political Knowledge Gain as Moderated by Political Interest. In: Annual National Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association 21-25 April 2010 Chicago.
  • Jebril, N., 2010. Infotainment, Cynicism and Democracy: Privatization vs. Personalization. In: Etmaal voor de Communicatiewetenschap 4-5 February 2010 Ghent.
  • Jebril, N., 2008. Palestinian Communities in Europe: New Media and the Public Sphere. In: New Media and Global Diaspora 2-4 October 2008 Rhode Islands.

Reports

Internet Publications

Scholarly Editions

  • Jebril, N., Loveless, M. and Matthews, J., 2017. Societies in Flux: Media, Democratisation, and Political Socialization, Special Issue of Interactions: Studies in Communication and Culture. Interactions: Studies in Communication and Culture.

Profile of Teaching PG

  • Environment, Conflict and Crisis News
  • MA Exhibition
  • MA Dissertation
  • Communication Theory

Profile of Teaching UG

  • News Theory
  • Communication Skills
  • News and Ethics
  • BACOM Dissertations
  • Introduction to Communication Theory

Conference Presentations

  • New Media and Global Diaspora, Palestinian Communities in Europe: New Media and the Public Sphere, 2 October 2008, Rhode Islands
  • Etmaal voor de Communicatiewetenschap, 4 February 2010, Ghent
  • The Annual National Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association, Exposure to Attention-inducing Content and Dynamics of Political Knowledge Gain as Moderated by Political Interest, 21 April 2010, Chicago
  • The Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Infotainment, Cynicism and Democracy: Privatization vs. Personalization, 26 May 2011, Boston

Qualifications

  • Fellowship in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (University of Oxford, 2015)

Honours

  • Goldsmith Book Prize (Harvard University, 2016)

Memberships

  • European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA), Member,
  • Higher Education Academy (HEA), Fellow,
  • ICA International Communication Association, Member,
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