Number of items at this level: 44.
Horgan, John (2014) Dropping the Captain: the short but eventful editorship of Louis McRedmond at the Irish Independent, 1968-70. Irish Communication Review, 14 (1). pp. 80-90. ISSN 0791-0010
O'Brien, Anne and Gaynor, Niamh (2012) Voice of the people? Objectives versus outcomes for community radio in Ireland. The Radio Journal, 10 (2). pp. 145-160. ISSN 1476-4504
Daly, Yvonne Marie (2011) Book Review: "The Blue Wall of Silence: The Morris Tribunal and Police Accountability in Ireland" by Vicky Conway. Irish Political Studies, 26 (1). pp. 119-122.
Gore, Will and Horgan, John (2010) Maintaining freedom with responsibility: the evolving role of non-statutory press councils in a changing media landscape. Journalism Practice, 4 (4). pp. 523-532. ISSN 1751-2786
Horgan, John (2009) The great war correspondent: Francis McCullagh, 1874–1956. Irish Historical Studies, 36 (144). pp. 542-563. ISSN 2056-4139
Trench, Brian and Quinn, Gary (2003) Online news and changing models of journalism. Irish Communication Review, 9 (1). ISSN 0791-0010
Horgan, John (2000) Anti-Communism and Media Surveillance in Ireland 1948-50. Irish Communication Review, 8 (1/4). pp. 30-34. ISSN 0791-0010
Horgan, John (2014) The Furrow: navigating the rapids, 1950–77. In: O'Brien, Mark and Larkin, Felix M., (eds.) Periodicals and journalism in twentieth-century Ireland. Four Courts Press, Dublin, Ireland, pp. 167-181. ISBN 978-1-84682-524-8
Horgan, John (2012) The changing of the guard at Middle Abbey Street, 1961-73. In: O'Brien, Mark and Rafter, Kevin, (eds.) Independent Newspapers: A History. Four Courts Press, Dublin, Ireland, pp. 133-146. ISBN 978-1-84682-360-2
Horgan, John (2011) The Irishness of Francis McCullagh. In: Rafter, Kevin, (ed.) Irish Journalism Before Independence. Manchester University Press, Manchester, UK. ISBN 978-1-8477-9503-8
Horgan, John (2009) Biographical note by John Horgan on his grandfather, J.J. Horgan, author of Parnell to Pearse. In: Parnell to Pearse. Classics of Irish History . University College Dublin Press, Dublin, vii-xxxix. ISBN 9781906359294
Trench, Brian (2007) How the Internet changed science journalism. In: Bauer, Martin and Bucchi, Massimiano, (eds.) Journalism, science and society: science communication between news and public relations. Routledge, pp. 133-142. ISBN 978-0-415-37528-3
Horgan, John and McNamara, Paul and O'Sullivan, John (2007) Irish print and broadcast media: The political, economic, journalistic and technological context. In: Horgan, John and O'Connor, Barbara and Sheehan, Helena, (eds.) Mapping Irish media: critical explorations. University College Dublin Press, Dublin, Ireland. ISBN 978-1904558835
Horgan, John (2006) Aggiornamento. In: Whittaker, Andrew, (ed.) Bright, Brilliant Days: Douglas Gageby and the Irish Times. A. & A. Farmar, Dublin, Ireland, pp. 59-69. ISBN 978-1899047666
Trench, Brian (2003) New roles for users in online news media? Exploring the application of interactivity through European case studies. In: Servaes, Jan, (ed.) The European information society: a reality check. ECREA series . Intellect, pp. 205-224. ISBN 9781841501062
Horgan, John (2001) ‘Government Sources Said Last Night . . . The Development of the Parliamentary Press Lobby in Modern Ireland”,. In: Morgan, Hiram, (ed.) Information Media and Power through the Ages. UCD Press, Dublin, Ireland, pp. 259-272. ISBN 9781900621618
Conference or Workshop Item
Horgan, John (2017) The press in 1917: wars and rumours of wars. In: 1917 – Aftermath of Rebellion, 28 Jan 2017, Dublin, Ireland.
Karamshuk, Dmytro and Lokot, Tetyana and Pryymak, Oleksandr and Sastry, Nishanth (2016) Identifying partisan slant in news articles and Twitter during political crises. In: 8th International Conference on Social Informatics (SocInfo 2016), 14-17 Nov 2016, Seattle, USA.
Horgan, John (2016) Daniel O’Connell: Politics and the Press. In: Daniel O’Connell Summer School 2016, 26-28 Aug 2016, Derrynane, Co. Kerry, Ireland.
Horgan , John (2016) Notes from Ireland: Irish Unionism's media outreach to Britain - and beyond. In: Shared Histories Conference 2016: Media Connections Between Britain and Ireland, 6-7th July 2016, Dublin, Ireland.
Horgan, John (2015) Reporting 1916 in the North of Ireland: a study in the political equivalent of the Doppler effect. In: Newspaper & Periodical History Forum of Ireland Conference 2015, 13 -14 Nov 2015, Dublin, Ireland.
Horgan, John (2012) Public issues in media: regulation, accountability and the freedom of the press. In: P2P Conference on “The Role of Civil Society in defending Media Freedom”, 4-7 Jul 2012, Brussels, Belgium.
Horgan, John (2010) The Freedom of the press - some reflections. In: Parnell Summer School, 9-13 Aug 2010, Avondale, Ireland.
Horgan, John (2010) Ethics in society at all levels: political, civil society, media and business. Contribution by Professor John Horgan, Press Ombudsman (Ireland). In: Ethics in society at all levels: political, civil society, media and business, 6-8 Apr 2010, Budva, Montenegro.
Horgan, John (2009) Journalism education: the future. In: Connacht Tribune Centenary Conference, 2 Oct 2009, Galway, Ireland.
Horgan, John (2007) Paper by Professor John Horgan, Press Ombudsman. In: NUJ Biennial Conference, 21 Oct 2007, Tullamore, Ireland.
Horgan, John (2007) Preventing incitement to terrorism and radicalisation: what role for the media? Opening address. In: Preventing incitement to terrorism and radicalisation: what role for the media?, 21 May 2007, Dublin, Ireland.
Horgan, John (2011) Report on Editorial Processes and Risk Management Procedures in RTE Television Current Affairs. Technical Report. RTE.
McNally, Brenda (2016) Media and low carbon transition: a multi-modal analysis of Print media themes and their implications for broader public engagement. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Quinn, Fergal (2015) Building cities on sand: the normative basis for journalism in Cambodia. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Silke, Henry (2015) Ideology, class, crisis and power: the representation of economic crisis and political policy in Ireland (2007-2009). PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Testar, Jason Thomas (2012) A case study of the televised international newsflow of Raidió Teilifís Éireann and The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation: A comparative content analysis. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
Byrne, Frank (2011) Free to Air: An examination of the role played by a radio phone-in programme, Liveline, in the democratic process. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
O'Sullivan, John (2011) The Internet and professional journalism: content, practice and values in Irish online news. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Fincham, Kelly (2007) One thousand days of propaganda. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
Skamnakis, Antonis (2006) Politics, media and journalism in Greece. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Caden, John (2006) RTÉ's coverage of the campaigning on the eighth amendment to the constitutionissues of objectivity, impartiality and fairness. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
Elananza, Azzam A.H. (2005) Freedom of expression in Jordan: a critical study of themes and issues based on an evaluation of influences on the development of the press and publication laws in Jordan since 1920, with particular emphasis on government pressures and censorship of weekly newspapers between 1989 and 1998. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Skamnakis, Antonis (2000) Journalism education in Europe: three traditions and the case of Greece. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
Devereux, Eoin (1996) Devils and angels: the ideological construction of poverty stories on RTE television. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Leahy, Angela (1996) The portrayal of immigrants in Stern magazine. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
Curran, Catherine (1994) The Irish Press and populism in Ireland. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Boyle, Raymond (1990) Nation shall speak peace unto nation: television, sport and nationhood. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.
Pelejo, Meldy (1990) The political economy of development news: Analysing news coverage under Aquino. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.