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|Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs :||
Burton St John; Kirsten A Johnson
|ISBN :||9780786465897 0786465891|
|Numéro OCLC :||770876278|
|Description :||viii, 266 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.|
|Contenu :||Introduction: challenges for journalism in a post-objective age / Burton St. John III and Kirsten A. Johnson --
Historical perspectives. "Gagged, mincing neutrality": Horace Greeley on advocacy journalism in the early years of the penny press / Daxton R. "Chip" Stewart --
The pride and reward of falisfication: post-objectivity as post-responsibility / Aaron Barlow --
A new model of objectivity: investigative reporting in the twentieth century / Gerry Lanosga --
Contemporary examinations, conversational journalism and journalist-audience relations: new rules, new voices / Doreen Marchionni --
The sociality of news sociology: examining user participation and news selection practices in social media news sites / Sharon Meraz --
Why contribute? motivations and role conceptions among citizen journalists / Deborah S. Chung and Seungahn Nah --
Morality, the news media, and the public: an examination --
Of comment forums on U.S. daily newspaper websites / Serena Carpenter and Robin Blom --
Global considerations. Post-objectivity and regional Russian journalism / Wilson Lowrey and Elina Erzikova --
Journalism from the perspective of "we": how group membership shapes the role of the community journalist / John A. Hatcher --
Engagement as an emerging norm in international news agency work / John Jirik --
Objectivity and theory. Why objectivity is impossible in networked journalism and what this means for the future of news / David Michael Ryfe --
Disrespecting the doxa: The daily show critique of CNN's struggle to balance detachment and connectedness / Burton St. John III --
Gatekeeping in the digital age: a new model for a post-objective world / Kirsten A. Johnson --
Contemporary news production and consumption: implications for selective exposure, group polarization, and credibility / Ethan Hartsell, Miriam J. Metzger and Andrew Flanagin.
|Responsabilité :||edited by Burton St. John III and Kirsten A. Johnson.|
"This volume offers new examinations of how the traditional notion of objectivity is changing as professional journalists grapple with a rapidly evolving news terrain--one that has become increasingly crowded by those with no journalistic credentials"--Provided by publisher.
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