Jamie Matthews

Dr Jamie Matthews

  • 01202 962339
  • jmatthews at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Senior Lecturer in Communication and Media
  • Weymouth House W322, Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole, BH12 5BB
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Biography

Jamie Matthews is Senior Lecturer in Communication and Media. He was the Programme Leader for BA (Hons) Communication and Media from 2015-18 and teaches on the MA in Media and Communication.

His research interests include international communication, journalism studies, with a particular interest in disaster journalism, media framing of crises and conflict and its intersection with public opinion dynamics. Some of his recent work on media and disaster communication, terrorism and the role of media in democratic transition has been published in journals including International Communication Gazette, Asian Journal of Communication and Critical Studies on Terrorism.

Jamie’s research is international in its scope and he has recently completed a funded research project in Japan on the contribution of local media to disaster response and recovery following the 3/11 disaster. He is currently co-editing a book for Palgrave Macmillan on Media and Disaster Communities and leading a knowledge exchange project with partner institutions in Japan that evaluates how community and citizen-orientated media may support communities that are risk to prepare for disaster...

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Journal Articles

Books

Chapters

  • Matthews, J., 2019. Hello world, Remember us? Ishinomaki’s Rolling Press and community media in post-disaster recovery. In: Matthews, J. and Thorsen, E., eds. Media, Journalism and Disaster Communities. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Matthews, J., 2018. The right of reply: UK journalism, source use and official discourses on counterterrorism. In: de La Brosse, R. and Holt, K., eds. Journalism in a world of terrorism – terrorism in the world of journalism. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Matthews, J., 2013. Journalists and their Sources: The Twin Challenges of Diversity and Verification. In: Fowler-Watt, K. and Allan, S., eds. Journalism: New Challenges. Centre for Journalism & Communication Research.
  • Matthews, J., 2012. Source attribution and perceptual effects. Proceedings of the ISLC 2012. International Symposium on Language and Communication: Research Trends and Challenges, 10th-13th June 2012. ISLC, 85-96.

Conferences

  • Matthews, J., 2017. The relationships between local newspapers and their communities in post-disaster environments. In: Provincial Newspapers: Lessons from History. 8 September 2017 Liverpool John Moores University.
  • Matthews, J., 2017. The right to reply: UK journalism, sources and official discourses on counterterrorism. In: Journalism in a world of terrorism 9-11 May 2017 FOJO Media Institute, Linnaeus University, Kalmar, Sweden.
  • Matthews, J., 2016. Local newspapers and their role after disaster: a case study of Ishinomaki, Japan. In: Annual MeCCSA Conference 6-8 January 2016 Canterbury Christ Church University.
  • Matthews, J., 2015. Media and the 2011 disaster: crisis cycle and cultural frames in US and UK press coverage. In: Media, Communications, and Japan’s 3/11 Triple Disaster 9 April 2015 Centre for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan.
  • Matthews, J., 2014. Cultural stereotypes and media coverage of disaster: analysis and implications of international media framing of the 2011 Japan disaster. In: The Asian Conference on Media & Mass Communication 2014 13-16 November 2014 Osaka, Japan.
  • Matthews, J., 2013. The discursive construction of insecurity and risk in UK news narratives to alleged terrorist plots. In: Images of Terror, Narratives of (In)security: Literary, Artistic and Cultural Responses 23-24 April 2013 University of Lisbon.
  • Matthews, J., 2011. Alleged Plots and the UK Terror Threat: Examining the Effect of Source Attribution upon News Credibility. In: The Mediation of Security 18 May-18 February 2011 De Montfort University Leicester.
  • Matthews, J., 2008. News sources and the audience: developing a psychological approach to source attributions. In: The End of Journalism? 17-18 October 2008 University of Bedfordshire, UK.

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, 8:2.. Interactions: Studies in Communication and Culture.

PhD Students

  • Abir Alhayali. Social Media in Arab uprisings: Syria as a case study
  • Islam Aboualhuda. Media Discourse of Egyptian and Western Newspapers' Websites and Its Influence on the Formation of Images of Muslims and Islam post 25th January Revolution
  • Zaineh Al-Zoubi. The role of Al-Jazeera in the Syrian uprisings

Profile of Teaching PG

  • Media and Crisis

Profile of Teaching UG

  • News Theory
  • Dissertation
  • Media, Crisis and Conflict

Grants

  • Mediation of 3.11 disaster and its consequences (Japan Foundation Endowment Committee, 21 Jul 2014). Awarded

External Responsibilities

  • University of Hertfordshire, External examiner (2018-)

Public Engagement & Outreach Activities

  • Festival of Learning 2015: Research reflections

Qualifications

  • PhD in Public Communication (Bournemouth University, 2010)
  • MA in International Relations (University of Sussex, 2002)
  • PG Cert in Education Practice (Bournemouth University, 2012)

Memberships

  • European Association for Japanese Studies (EAJS), Member,
  • European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA), Member,
  • Higher Education Academy (HEA), Senior Fellow,
  • Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA), Member,
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