|Statement||Melissa Wall, editor|
|LC Classifications||PN4784.C615 C585 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012005732|
The second volume of Citizen Journalism: Global Perspectives seeks to build upon the agenda set in motion by the first volume, namely by: offering an overview of key developments in citizen journalism since , including the use of social media in crisis reporting; providing a new set of case studies highlighting important instances of citizen reporting of crisis events in a . Find a huge variety of new & used Citizen journalism books online including bestsellers & rare titles at the best prices. Shop Citizen journalism books at Alibris. The book expands on the first volume by offering new investigations of citizen journalism in the United States, United Kingdom, China, India and Iran, as well as offering fresh perspectives from national contexts around the globe, including Algeria, Columbia, Egypt, Haiti, Indonesia and West Papua, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Myanmar / Burma, New. Citizen journalism has played a major role in 21st-century political events. The Web site Twitter established itself as an emerging outlet for the dissemination of information during the protests following the Iranian presidential election in June Although the protests did not result in a change in the election results or a new election, the tweets of de facto journalists showed the.
In this study, a measure of content diversity was created to determine whether online citizen journalism and online newspaper publications were serving this function in the USA. Based on the findings from a quantitative content analysis (n = ), online citizen journalism articles were more likely to feature a greater diversity of topics Cited by: Citizen Journalism: Global Perspectives examines the spontaneous actions of ordinary people, caught up in extraordinary events, who felt compelled to adopt the role of a news reporter. This collection of twenty-one original, thought-provoking chapters investigates citizen journalism in the West, including the United States, United Kingdom, Europe, and Australia, as well as/5. In their book, Online Newsgathering: traditional journalism, citizen journalism is not necessarily performed by individuals with But while citizen journalism appears to be a shining example of America’s entrepreneurial spirit and fosters freedom of speech, it does pose some potential Author: Wally Hughes. Citizen Journalism: A primer on the definition, risks and benefits Summary This section defines citizen journalism and looks at the look at the benefits and risks and also looks at some of the main debates in communications research. Mainstream media like television, radio and newspapers used to be the only sources of news in the pre Internet Size: 57KB.
Book Description. Citizen Journalism explores citizen participation in the news as an evolving disruptive practice in digital journalism. This volume moves beyond the debates over the mainstream news media attempts to control and contain citizen journalism to focus attention in a different direction: the peripheries of traditional journalism. PDF | On Jan 1, , Erkan Saka and others published The role of social media-based citizen journalism practices in the formation of contemporary protest movements | . Here, more independent forms of citizen journalism, enabled by social media, are creating their own forms of news. Among the actors at the boundaries of the professional journalism field the book identifies are the engaged citizen Author: Melissa Wall. The mapping of the citizen-journalism literature revealed four types of citizen journalists based on their levels of editorial control and contribution type: (1) participatory, (2) para, (3) news.