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Blogging in the global society : cultural, political and geographical aspects

Author: Tatyana Dumova; Richard Fiordo; IGI Global.
Publisher: Hershey, Pa. : IGI Global (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA), 2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : Document   Computer File : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book provides a comprehensive view of blogging as a global practice, looking at the new virtual world--a blogosphere--populated with opinion leaders and information purveyors, political pundits and activists, human and animal rights defenders and abusers, corruption fighters and truth seekers"--Provided by publisher.
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Additional Physical Format: Print version:
(DLC) 2011031144
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Tatyana Dumova; Richard Fiordo; IGI Global.
ISBN: 9781609607456 1609607457
OCLC Number: 807844942
Description: online resource (274 pages) : illustrations, digital files
Contents: 1. Blogs as a source of democratic deliberation / Barbara K. Kaye, Thomas J. Johnson and Peter Muhlberger --
2. The blogosphere in the "land of smiles": citizen media and political conflict in Thailand / Melissa Wall and Treepon Kirdnark --
3. Fame, fantasy, fanfare and fun: the blossoming of the Chinese culture of blogmongering / Zixue Tai --
4. The funhouse mirror: the blogosphere's reflection of women's sports / Marie Hardin, Bu Zhong and Thomas F. Corrigan --
5. Civility or censorship?: an examination of the reaction to a proposed code of conduct for bloggers / Gwen L. Shaffer --
6. Getting schooled: basketball blog KnickerBlogger.Net as a case study / Anastacia Kurylo and Michael Kurylo --
7. Rebels, heretics, and exiles: blogging among estranged and questioning American Hasidim / Naomi Gold --
8. The Status of blogging in the Republic of Ireland: a case study / Lori F. Brost and Carol McGinnis --
9. Blogging for sovereignty: an analysis of Palestinian blogs / Justin D. Martin and Sherine El-Toukhy --
10. Blogging as a means of grieving / Jocelyn M. DeGroot and Heather J. Carmack --
11. U.S. political blogs: what aspects of blog design correlate with popularity? / Lynne M. Webb, Tiffany E. Fields, Sitthivorada Boupha and Matthew N. Stell --
12. Blogging motivations for Latin American bloggers: a uses and gratifications approach / Jenny Bronstein --
13. The first amendment's impact on bloggers: a legal perspective / Joshua Azriel --
14. Analyzing blogs: a hermeneutic perspective / Richard Fiordo --
15. Social interaction technologies and the future of blogging / Tatyana Dumova.
Responsibility: Tatyana Dumova and Richard Fiordo, editors.

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"This book provides a comprehensive view of blogging as a global practice, looking at the new virtual world--a blogosphere--populated with opinion leaders and information purveyors, political pundits and activists, human and animal rights defenders and abusers, corruption fighters and truth seekers"--Provided by publisher.

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