- Research publications
Robinson, S., and Culver, K. When White Reporters Cover Race: The News Media, Objectivity and Community (Dis-)trust. Journalism (2016).
Culver, K. Disengaged Ethics: Code Development and Journalism’s Relationship with “the Public.” Journalism Practice. (2016)
Culver, K. From Battlefield to Newsroom: Ethical Implications of Drone Technology in Journalism. Journal of Mass Media Ethics (2014).
Culver, K. Advocacy and Infrastructure: Community Newspapers, Ethics and Information Needs. Journalism Practice (2014).
Martin, H. & and Culver, K. Concentrate, Intensify or Shorten?: Intensive Courses in Summer Sessions. 71 Continuing Higher Education Review 89 (2013).
Culver, K. An Open Door with a Big Spring: Cameras in the Federal Courts and Media News Judgments. 1 Visual Communication Quarterly 17 (1994).
Culver, K. Rights, Drones in the National Airspace: Ethics, Participation and the Public Interest. Book chapter in Don Heider and Bastiaan Vanacker, Ethics for a Digital Age. Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang. (Submission forthcoming)
Culver, K., and Mirer, M. Constrained Independence: Digital Branded Content in Sports through the Lens of Journalism Ethics. In Don Heider and Bastiaan Vanacker, Ethics for a Digital Age. Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang (2016).
Shah, D., Culver, K., Hanna, A., Macafee, T., Yang, J. Everyday Political Talk Online. In Stephen Coleman and Deen Freelon, Handbook of Digital Politics. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar (2015).
Culver, K. Advocacy and Infrastructure: Community Newspapers, Ethics and Information Needs. In S. Robinson (ed.) Community Journalism Midst Media Revolution. New York: Taylor & Francis (2014).
Research Report Chapters
Culver, K. Rights, Ownership, Ethics and Sensors in Journalism. In F. Pitt, ed., Sensors and Journalism. Columbia University Tow Center for Digital Journalism.
Robinson, S., and Culver, K. When White Reporters Cover Race: The News Media, Objectivity and Community (Dis-)trust. Status: Under review.