Professor Agnes Gulyas


NameProfessor Agnes Gulyas
Job titleProfessor in Media and Communications
Research instituteSchool of Creative Arts And Industries

Research outputs

Local news deserts

Gulyas, A. 2021. Local news deserts. in: Reappraising Local and Community News in the UK: Media, Practice and Policy Routledge.

Independent family-owned local media groups?

O'Hara, S. 2020. Independent family-owned local media groups? in: Gulyas, A. and Baines, D (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Local Media London Routledge.

Routledge companion to local media and journalism

Gulyas, A. and Baines, D. (ed.) 2020. Routledge companion to local media and journalism. London and New York Routledge.

Experiencing local news online: audience practices and perceptions

Gulyas, A., O'Hara, S. and Eilenberg, J. 2018. Experiencing local news online: audience practices and perceptions. Journalism Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/1461670X.2018.1539345

Social media and journalism: hybridity, convergence, changing relationship with the audience and fragmentation

Gulyas, A. 2016. Social media and journalism: hybridity, convergence, changing relationship with the audience and fragmentation. in: Franklin, B. and Eldridge, S. (ed.) Routledge Companion to Digital Journalism Studies Routledge.

Hybridity and social media adoption by journalists: an international comparison

Gulyas, A. 2016. Hybridity and social media adoption by journalists: an international comparison. Digital Journalism. https://doi.org/10.1080/21670811.2016.1232170

Social media and small non profit organisations

Gulyas, A. 2016. Social media and small non profit organisations.

What is community?

Gulyas, A. 2015. What is community?

Transformative potentials of social media in communities

Gulyas, A. 2015. Transformative potentials of social media in communities.

Evolving social media practices of journalists: an international comparative study

Gulyas, A. 2014. Evolving social media practices of journalists: an international comparative study.

Social media adoption and digital literacy in small third sector organisations

Gulyas, A. 2015. Social media adoption and digital literacy in small third sector organisations.

Global Social Journalism Study 2015

Pole, K. and Gulyas, A. 2015. Global Social Journalism Study 2015. Chicago Cision US.

Social journalism study 2015: United Kingdom

Pole, K. and Gulyas, A. 2015. Social journalism study 2015: United Kingdom. Germany Cision Germany.

Social media and community volunteering

Gulyas, A. 2015. Social media and community volunteering.

Social Journalism Study 2014 - Finland

Pole, K., Gulyas, A. and Cision.de 2014. Social Journalism Study 2014 - Finland. Cision Finland Cision Germany.

2013 social journalism study: how journalists view and use social media and their relationship with PR

Pole, K. and Gulyas, A. 2013. 2013 social journalism study: how journalists view and use social media and their relationship with PR. Germany Cision Germany.

Public service media in the digital age: international perspectives

Gulyas, A. and Hammer, F. (ed.) 2013. Public service media in the digital age: international perspectives. Cambridge Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Public service media in local communities: a case study from England

Gulyas, A. 2013. Public service media in local communities: a case study from England. in: Gulyas, A. and Hammer, F. (ed.) Public Service Media In The Digital Age: International Perspectives Newcastle Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 139-154

Social Journalism Study 2013 - United Kingdom

Pole, K. and Gulyas, A. 2013. Social Journalism Study 2013 - United Kingdom. Frankfurt Cision Germany.

Social media and journalism study 2013 - Finland

Pole, K. and Gulyas, A. 2013. Social media and journalism study 2013 - Finland. Frankfurt Cision Europe.

Social media and journalism study 2013 - Sweden

Pole, K. and Gulyas, A. 2013. Social media and journalism study 2013 - Sweden. Germany Cision Germany.

'Social Journalism' Studie 2012-2013 - Deutschland

Pole, K., Gulyas, A., Rehkopf, F., Cision Germany and Canterbury Christ Church University 2013. 'Social Journalism' Studie 2012-2013 - Deutschland. Frankfurt Cision Germany.

MediaMorphosis: the political economy of the print media in east central Europe during the first decade of the post-Communist era

Gulyas, A. 2011. MediaMorphosis: the political economy of the print media in east central Europe during the first decade of the post-Communist era. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing.

The influence of professional variables on journalists' uses and views of social media: a comparative study of Finland, Germany, Sweden and the United Kingdom

Gulyas, A. 2013. The influence of professional variables on journalists' uses and views of social media: a comparative study of Finland, Germany, Sweden and the United Kingdom. Digital Journalism. 1 (2). https://doi.org/10.1080/21670811.2012.744559

Journalists views and use of social media: Cision Social Journalism Study 2012: global report

Pole, K., Gulyas, A., Rehkopf, F., Cision Germany and Canterbury Christ Church University 2012. Journalists views and use of social media: Cision Social Journalism Study 2012: global report. Frankfurt Cision Germany.

Changing business models and adaptation strategies of local newspapers

Gulyas, A. 2012. Changing business models and adaptation strategies of local newspapers. in: Mair, J., Fowler, N. and Reeves, I. (ed.) What Do We Mean By Local? Bury St Edmunds Arima.

Responsible press organisations?

Gulyas, A. 2007. Responsible press organisations?

European integration and East Central European media

Gulyas, A. 2007. European integration and East Central European media.

Demons into angels? Corporate social responsibility and media organisations

Gulyas, A. 2011. Demons into angels? Corporate social responsibility and media organisations. Critical Survey. 23 (2), pp. 56-74. https://doi.org/10.3167/cs.2011.230205

Regional media in crisis? Structural and environmental challenges in the media in Kent

Gulyas, A. 2010. Regional media in crisis? Structural and environmental challenges in the media in Kent.

Communist media economics and the consumers: the case of print media of East Central Europe

Gulyas, A. 2001. Communist media economics and the consumers: the case of print media of East Central Europe. The International Journal on Media Management. 3 (2), pp. 74-81.

Print media in Post-Communist East Central Europe

Gulyas, A. 2003. Print media in Post-Communist East Central Europe. European Journal of Communication. 18 (1), pp. 81-106. https://doi.org/10.1177/0267323103018001227

Western influences in the print media of Post-Communist East-Central Europe

Gulyas, A. 2004. Western influences in the print media of Post-Communist East-Central Europe. The Journal of International Communication. 10 (1), pp. 108-130.

European integration and East Central European media

Gulyas, A. 2006. European integration and East Central European media. in: Højbjerg, L. and Søndergaard, H. (ed.) European Film and Media Culture Copenhagen Museum Tusculanums Forlag. pp. 63-90

Corporate social responsibility in the British media industries: preliminary findings

Gulyas, A. 2009. Corporate social responsibility in the British media industries: preliminary findings. Media, Culture & Society. 31 (4), pp. 657-668. https://doi.org/10.1177/0163443709335281

Changing production ecology of regional media

Gulyas, A. 2010. Changing production ecology of regional media.

Public images and private lives: the case of Hungary

Gulyas, A. 2004. Public images and private lives: the case of Hungary. Parliamentary Affairs. 57 (1), pp. 67-79. https://doi.org/10.1093/pa/gsh006

Researching transition

Gulyas, A. 2003. Researching transition. in: Van Hoven, B. (ed.) Europe: Lives in Transition Harlow Pearson Education. pp. 48-49

Democratisation and the mass media in Post-Communist Hungary

Gulyas, A. 2002. Democratisation and the mass media in Post-Communist Hungary. Media Development. 49 (1), pp. 33-38.

The development of the tabloid press in Hungary

Gulyas, A. 2000. The development of the tabloid press in Hungary. in: Sparks, C. and Tulloch, J. (ed.) Tabloid Tales: Global Debates over Media Standards Lanham, USA Rowman and Littlefield. pp. 111-128

Structural changes and organisations in the print media markets of Post-Communist East Central Europe

Gulyas, A. 1999. Structural changes and organisations in the print media markets of Post-Communist East Central Europe. Javnost - The Public. 6 (2), pp. 61-74.

Tabloid newspapers in post-communist Hungary

Gulyas, A. 1998. Tabloid newspapers in post-communist Hungary. Javnost - The Public, Journal of the European Institute for Communication and Culture. 5 (3), pp. 65-77.

Kolonizacia medii alebo triumf trhovej liberalizacie? (Media colonisation or the triumph of market liberalization?)

Gulyas, A. 1998. Kolonizacia medii alebo triumf trhovej liberalizacie? (Media colonisation or the triumph of market liberalization?). Otazky Zurnalistiky (Problems of Journalism - Journal of Theory, Research and Practice Means of Mass Communication). 41 (2), pp. 99-107.

In the slow lane on the information superhighway: Hungary and the information revolution

Gulyas, A. 1998. In the slow lane on the information superhighway: Hungary and the information revolution. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies. 4 (2), pp. 76-92.
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