This volume brings together the perspectives of key researchers and scholars to consider the relationship between digitization, journalism production and journalism practice.
In a rapidly-changing environment, this book provides an accessible means of understanding the impact, process and terms of digitization. It examines:
- concepts and contexts e.g. the public sphere, the information society, etc.
- developments in the media e.g.convergence, the digital divide, etc.
- issues of the post-journalism era e.g. deprofessionalisation, civic participation, etc.
- digitization and newswork and newswork setting e.g. CAJ, online journalism, etc.
- the functions of Journalism e.g. democractic, deliberative, etc.
The papers take a deliberately international stance and use a wide range of case-studies and methodological positions.
This book will be welcomed by readers seeking to understand the global digital process and journalism and those studying Journalism, Mass Communication, Cultural Studies and Sociology.
|Methodological Problems and Proposals for e-Journalism Jesearch|
|On Changing Technology and Journalist Practices|
|Professionalism, Quality and Audiences in the Digital Media Age|
|Alternative Online Journalism Education|
|An Empirical Study of CAR Adoption|
|Journalists' Perceptions of Electronic Mail|
|How the Web Enables Different Types of Journalism|
|Digital Citizen Journalism|