John Price

Senior Lecturer


University of Sunderland

Investigative journalism, Digital journalism start-ups, Sport, discrimination and the media

Dr John Price is currently researching the sustainability of investigative journalism on digital start-ups. His other research interests and recent publications focus on issues related to sport, discrimination and the media.

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Latest Additions

  1. Price, John and Kilvington, Daniel (2017) Tackling Social Media Abuse? Critically Assessing English Football’s Response to Online Racism. Communication and Sport. ISSN 2167-4795
  2. Price, John (2017) How to feed The Ferret: Understanding subscribers in the search for a sustainable model of investigative journalism. Journalism. pp. 1-18.
  3. Farrington, Neil, Hall, Lee, Kilvington, Daniel, Price, John and Saeed, Amir (2015) Sport, Racism and Social Media. Routledge, London. ISBN 9781138695382
  4. Price, John (2017) Sport and Discrimination. Routledge, London. ISBN 9781138194571
  5. Price, John (2017) CAN THE FERRET BE A WATCHDOG? Understanding the launch, growth and prospects of a digital, investigative journalism start-up. Digital Journalism. ISSN 2167-0811
  6. Price, John (2015) Where Are All the Women? Diversity, the Sports Media, and Sports Journalism Education. International Journal of Organizational Diversity, 14 (1). pp. 9-19. ISSN 2328-6261
  7. Price, John, Farrington, Neil and Hall, Lee (2012) Tweeting with the enemy? The impacts of new social media on sports journalism and the education of sports journalism students. Journalism Education, 1 (1). pp. 9-20.
  8. Price, John, Farrington, Neil, Kilvington, Daniel and Saeed, Amir (2012) Race, Racism and Sports Journalism: Black, White and Read All Over. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-67639-7 (In Press)
  9. Price, John (2009) Beyond the Eurosceptic/Europhile Divide: Towards a New Classification of EU News Coverage in the UK Press. Journal of Contemporary European Research, 5 (3). pp. 356-370. ISSN 1815-347X
  10. Anderson, Peter J and Price, John (2008) An Evaluation of the Press and Communication Reforms of the Prodi Commission of 1999-2004. European Journal of Communication, 23 (1). pp. 29-46. ISSN 0267-3231