Mark HannaMark Hanna

Senior University Teacher

Tel: (+44) (0)114 222 2510
Email: m.hanna@sheffield.ac.uk
Twitter: @MarkHannaMedia


 

Books

Dodd, M and Hanna, M (2014) McNae's Essential Law for Journalists, 22nd edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hanna, M and Dodd, M (2012) McNae's Essential Law for Journalists, 21st edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Banks, D and Hanna, M (2009) McNae's Essential Law for Journalists, 20th edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Franklin, R, Hanna, M, Hamer, M, Kinsey, M, Richardson, J, edited by Franklin, R (2005) Key Concepts in Journalism Studies, London: Sage Publications.

 

Book chapters

Sanders, K and Hanna, M (2012) ‘British Journalists’, in David Weaver and Lars Willnat (eds.) The Global Journalist in the 21st Century, London: Routledge.

Hanna, M and Sanders, K (2010) ‘Should editors prefer postgraduates? A comparison of United Kingdom undergraduate and postgraduate journalism students’, in Franklin, R and Mensing, D (eds.) Journalism Education, Training and Employment, London: Routledge.

Hanna, M (2008) ‘Universities as Evangelists of the Watchdog Role: teaching investigative journalism to undergraduates,’ in Hugo De Burgh (ed.) Investigative Journalism: context and practice, London: Routledge, pp. 157-173.

Hanna, M (2005) ‘All Human Life…Covering The Courts’, in Richard Keeble (ed.) The Newspaper Handbook, London: Routledge, pp. 192-203.

 

Academic journal articles

Hanna, M (2012) ‘Irreconcilable Differences: The Attempts to Increase Media Coverage of Family Courts in England and Wales’, Journal of Media Law 4 (2), pp. 274-301.

Hanna, M and Sanders, K (2012) ‘Perceptions of the news media’s societal roles: how the views of United Kingdom journalism students changed during their education’, Journalism and Mass Communication Educator 67 (2), pp. 145-163.

Hanna, M and Sanders, K (2008) “Did The Education Breed Watchdogs? A study of British journalism students in graduate schools”, Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, Vol. 62-4, pp. 344-359.

Sanders, K, Hanna, M, Berganza, M, Aranda, J (2008) “The Formation of Professional Attitudes and Values: a comparison of British and Spanish journalism students", European Journal of Communication, Vol. 23- 2, pp. 132-152.

Hanna, M and Sanders, K (2007) “Journalism Education In Britain: Who Are The Students and What Do They Want?” Journalism Practice, Vol. 1, No 3, (October), pp. 404-420.

Hanna, M, Sanders, K, and Ball, A (2006) “What British Journalism Students Think About Ethics and Journalism”, Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, Spring, 61:1, pp. 20-32.

 

Conference papers

Hanna, M (2011) “The welfare of children and open justice: the attempts to increase media coverage of the United Kingdom’s family courts”, presented at the law section of the annual conference of the International Communication Association, Istanbul, July 15.

Hanna, M and Sanders, K (2010) “Perceptions of the news media’s societal roles: how the views of United Kingdom journalism students changed during their education”, paper presented at 2nd World Journalism Education Congress, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa, July

Hanna, M and Sanders, K (2009) “Should editors prefer postgraduates? - A comparison of United Kingdom undergraduate and postgraduate journalism students”, Future of Journalism conference, Cardiff University, September.

Hanna, M and Sanders, K (2007) “Did the education breed watchdogs? A study of British journalism students in graduate schools”, presented at a panel “Journalism Educators and Their Students: Missions and Values” at the annual conference of the International Communication Association, San Francisco, May 26.

Hanna, M, Sanders, K, and Ball, A (2006) “What British Journalism Students Think About Ethics and Journalism”, presented at the professional education section of the annual conference of the International Communication Association, Dresden, June 21.

Hanna, M, Sanders, K, Jandura, G, Berganza, R, and Aranda, J (2006) “Becoming a journalist: motives, attitudes and aspirations of students in Germany, Spain and Britain who wish to become journalists”, presented at the professional education section of the annual conference of the International Communication Association, Dresden, June 21.

Hanna, M, Sanders, K, and Ball, A (2005) “Did The Educators Make a Difference? Comparison of journalism students’ views on ethics and the role of news media, when they arrive on journalism courses, and as they complete them”, presented at the professional education section of the annual conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research, Taipei, July.

Hanna, M, Sanders, K, and Ball, A (2004) “Becoming a Journalist: Motives, Attitudes and Aspirations of British Journalism Students”, presented at the professional education section of the annual conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research, Porto Allegre, Brazil, July.

Hanna, M, and Ball, A (2002) “Beliefs on Arrival and at Completion: assessing the “professionalisation” of the views of students on journalism courses”, presented at the professional education section of the annual conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research, Barcelona, July.