Publications

(*peer reviewed, **SSCI ranked)

Books

*Revers, Matthias. 2017. Contemporary Journalism in the US and Germany: Agents of Accountability. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Aberer, Matthias,  Korom, Philipp, Postl, Eva, Reischl, Daniela, Revers, Matthias, and Barbara Schantl. 2006. Wo bleibt heute die Zeitung? Arbeits- und Lebensbedingungen von ZeitungsausträgerInnen. Innsbruck: Studienverlag.

Journal articles

**Traunmüller Richard, and Revers, Matthias. 2021. Meinungsfreiheit an der Universität: Unschärfen und Strohmänner (Antwort auf Lars Meier). KZfSS Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie. 73(1), pp 137–146.

**Revers Matthias, and Traunmüller, Richard. 2020. Is Free Speech in Danger on University Campus? Some Preliminary Evidence from a Most Likely Case. KZfSS Koelner Zeitschrift fuer Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie. 72(3), pp. 471-497.

*Anderson, CW, and Revers, Matthias. 2018. From Counter-Power to Counter-Pepe: The Vagaries of Participatory Epistemology in a Digital Age. Media and Communication. 6(4), pp. 24-35.

Revers, Matthias, and Brienza, Casey. 2018. How Not to Establish a Subfield: Media Sociology in the United States. The American Sociologist. 49(3), pp. 352-368.

*Revers, Matthias, and Brienza, Casey. 2017. “How not to Establish a Specialty: Media sociology in the US.”  The American Sociologist [advanced online publication].

**Revers, Matthias. 2016. “The Role of Events in ICT Adoption: Same-Sex Marriage and Twitter.Information, Communication & Society 20(10), 1554-1570.

*Brienza, Casey, and Revers, Matthias. 2016. “The Field of American Media Sociology: Origins, Resurrection, and Consolidation.” Sociology Compass, 10(7), 539–552.

**Revers, Matthias. 2015. “The Augmented Newsbeat: Spatiality in a Twitterized News Ecosystem.” Media, Culture & Society 37(1), 3-18.

**Revers, Matthias. 2014. “The Twitterization of News Making: Transparency and Journalistic Professionalism.” Journal of Communication 64(5), 806-826.

**Revers, Matthias. 2014. “Journalistic professionalism as performance and boundary work: Source relations at the state house.” Journalism 15(1), 37-52.

*Revers, Matthias. 2009. “Sociologists in the Press.” The American Sociologist 40(4), 272-288.

Book chapters

Revers, Matthias. 2019. Die Neue Kultursoziologie. In: Fleck, Christian, and Daye, Christian (eds.) Meilensteine der Soziologie. Frankfurt: Campus Verlag.

Revers, Matthias. 2019. Habitus. In: Fleck, Christian, and Daye, Christian (eds.) Meilensteine der Soziologie. Frankfurt: Campus Verlag.

Revers, Matthias. 2019. Strukturwandel der Öffentlichkeit. In: Fleck, Christian, and Daye, Christian (eds.) Meilensteine der Soziologie. Frankfurt: Campus Verlag.

*Belair-Gagnon, Valerie and Revers, Matthias. Forthcoming. “Sociology of Journalism.” In Vos, Tim P. (ed.) Journalism. Berlin, Boston: Walter de Gruyter.

Revers, Matthias. 2016. “Digital Media and the Diversification of Professionalism: A US-German Comparison of Journalism Cultures.” In Alexander, Jeffrey C., Elizabeth Breese, María Luengo (eds.) The Crisis of Journalism Reconsidered: Democratic Culture, Professional Codes, Digital Future. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Revers, Matthias. 2015. “Cultural Sociology, history of.” International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd Edition, Vol 5. Oxford: Elsevier. pp. 498–503. doi: 10.1016/B978-0-08-097086-8.03059-2

Book reviews

Revers, Matthias. Forthcoming. „Book review: The Media Syndrome, by David L. Altheide.” Contemporary Sociology.

Revers, Matthias. 2016. “Book review: Silvio Waisbord (ed) Media sociology: A reappraisal.” Journalism 17(5), 671-673. doi:10.1177/1464884915570537

Revers, Matthias. 2009. “Book review: Telling About Society by Howard S. Becker.” Acta Sociologica 52(2), 188-189.

Other publications

Gerber, Alison and Matthias Revers. 2012. “The Library of Affecting Social Science.” Contexts, 11(1), 76-77

Revers, Matthias. 2011. “Media Systems and Media Cultures: News Coverage of Deportation in the US and Austria.” Research Report (67p.), Spectro GmbH, Vienna, Austria.