This book provides a theoretically informed and empirically grounded analysis of job loss in the journalism industry, a timely and relevant study, following the COVID-19 pandemic
The research presented here offers contributions relevant to current discussions on the changing nature of work with a focus on journalism, and precarity in work more broadly
The book explores new contours of journalistic work in a critical political, cultural, economic, and social industry
The book also considers the wider implications of changes in journalism work for media sustainability, gender equity, and journalism work futures
It will be an important resource for researchers and students in disciplines including journalism, media and communication studies, business, and the social sciences in general
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