Saint Louis University
Amber Hinsley

Assistant Professor

courses taught: CMM 210; CMM 206; CMM 207; CMM 410; CMM 512
phone: 314-977-3244
fax: 314-977-3195
office hours: 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Mondays & 1-2 p.m. Wednesdays, and by appointment

Member of the
SLU community
since 2010
Degree: Ph.D.
University of Texas at Austin
Degree: M.S.
Kansas State University
Reporter and city editor for community sections of the Los Angeles Times

Gil de Zuniga, H. and Hinsley A. (2013). The press versus the public: What is ‘good journalism?' Journalism Studies 14(6), 926-942. * Article received honorable mention as outstanding journal article of the year by the Journalism Studies Division of the International Communication Association.

Hinsley, A. & Johnson, S. (2013). ‘Sharing' the news on Facebook: Exploring the differences between news-sharers and non-sharers on the social media site. #ISOJ, The Official Research Journal of the International Symposium on Online Journalism 3(1), 19-38.

Hinsley, A. (2013). Managing work identities in the "new" newsrooms. In G. Sylvie (Ed.), Media decision-making: Under new management. Lisbon, Portugal: Media XXI.

and Speaking 
Hinsley, A. The resilience of journalists who remain: A longitudinal study of technological and economic changes at newspapers and journalists' perceived identities. Presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Annual Conference: August 2014. * Paper honored as the top faculty submission in its division (Media Management & Economics).// Hinsley, A. Revisiting reflection: Critical reflection at SLU. Presented to Winter Institute hosted by Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching & Learning: January 2014.// Hinsley, A. & Johnson, S. ‘Sharing’ the news on Facebook: Exploring the differences between news-sharers and non-sharers on the social media site. Presented at the International Symposium on Online Journalism: April 2013.
Media management, newsroom psychology, and social media
Narrative: Amber Hinsley teaches and conducts research on journalists and technology. Her research focuses on how journalists use technology in their work and how it helps them construct professional/organizational identities. She also does research on how the public uses social media. Her work has been published in Journalism, Newspaper Research Journal, Computers in Human Behavior and Media Report to Women.
Service: Professional: Future of News Audience Engagement Committee for AEJMC, Secretary for Media Management & Economics Division of AEJMC, Host Committee Member for 2011 AEJMC annual conference College of Arts & Sciences: Graduate Faculty Membership Committee // Departmental: Graduate Studies Committee, Faculty director for Communication Advisory Board Technology Committee // University: Make a Difference Day, Showers of Service, Ask Me /// Public: Video Journalism Instructor at the Youth Learning Center, Leadership Council Member for the Young Friends of St. Louis Public Radio ///
Higher purpose. Greater good.
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