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Media and Journalism

eResources for media and journalism research

Add academic value to your assignments by searching the following resources to locate research and other useful material on content creation, the multimedia world, the media industry, the digital landscape, news production, professional practice & ethics, audiences & representation, audience analytics, engagement metrics, fake news, post-truth, post-factual, global journalism and comparative journalism. Research papers and articles can give weight to your arguments whether you agree or disagree with the point of view of the author.

  • Most will provide an abstract for the article to summarise what it is about - read this to see if you want to access the full text. 
  • You will get the full text online for most results. If the full text is not available, please click on Find it @ Tees where you see it as this will check for access elsewhere.

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If you are looking for business case studies, investment research, industry reports, market research reports, country reports, company profiles and current market information, then use the following resources:

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Need help searching - contact your Computing and Digital Technologies team. Details on the Home page

Please note that all databases are provided for educational use only.

Click on the link below to access a list of e-journal titles. Then click on the titles to view the Library's holdings.  To access the e-journals off campus use your IT username and password.

These links provide statistics specific to your subject area.

There are a number of places where you can find business case studies. Within Business Source Complete or Emerald Insight, do a search by keyword and also type in the words case study.

The following are a number of websites where you will also find free case studies:

Newspapers can be really useful primary sources for both up-to-date and historical research. They reflect the time period, the society and the culture in which they were published.

PressReader has over 7000 newspapers and magazines.

Front covers of UK newspapers

The Library provides access to current print newspapers and a large collection of newspaper online archives.

See the Newspapers helpsheet for information about the Library's holdings.

How to find journal articles

Do you want to find journal articles on a topic or look for a specific article?

Use Discovery - input your topic or the details of a journal article to search across most of the Library's resources


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If you have a journal title use Journal Finder to check if the Library has access to full text.

Journal Finder

If you know the name of a Journal, enter the title here to check if it's available in the Library



To link through to a complete list of e-journals: A-Z list

What are journals?

They are:Journals

  • like magazines but of a scholarly nature
  • published at regular intervals with no predetermined end
  • contain articles on a variety of topics
  • the articles are written by different authors
  • sometimes they also contain reviews and other information
  • in printed and electronic formats

Why Should I use them?

  • journal time is much quicker than for a book
  • using information from journals will keep you up to date and informed of new developments in your subject
  • journals articles are more specific than books.  They give you more detailed information in a more scholarly and concise format
  • subject may not yet (or may never) be covered in books
  • quality research - academic reputation - peer reviewed.

What is scholarly/peer reviewed?

  • Written by an academic, who is a specialist in the subject
  • Submitted to an editor, who then passes the work to other professionals or 'peers' for a critiques, the work is then passed back to the original writer for changes to be made before being published
  • Longer articles, heavily text based
  • Charts, tables, statistics and images
  • Properly referenced with a list of references at the end of the article.

Click on the link below to access a list of e-journal titles. Then click on the titles to view the Library's holdings.  To access the e-journals off campus use your IT username and password.

Help - journal articles

The following guides will help you to develop your skills in finding journal articles:

Finding Journals

Critical thinking - what it is and why it matters.

Doing a Literature Search

Developing Keywords