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Social Media & Journalism: Reporting the world through user generated content – an interview essay
(COST Action ISO906 Transforming audiences, transforming societies: working group 2, 2013)
Nowadays, social media are ubiquitous, offering many opportunities for people to share and access information, to create and distribute content, and to interact with more traditional media. For news organisations ...
Journalism Between Cultures: Ethical Ideologies and the challenges of international broadcasting into Iran
(Zadar Sveuciliste u Zagrebu, 2011)
Drawing on interview data from research with Persian language international broadcasters (IBs), this paper asks which ethical ideologies journalists draw on when their work is dislocated between contexts? IBs are both ...
State, Secrecy and Executive Power: journalists under duress
(Routledge - Taylor and Francis Limited, 2018)
This chapter explores the nature of the relationship between journalists, news organisations, and the state. It contends that this tripartite connection both enables and constrains the production of journalistic insights. ...
Tweeting for Brexit: How social media influenced the Referendum
Researching the Deep State: Surveillance, Politics, and Dissent
(Taylor & Francis, 2017-11-01)
The purpose of this Chapter is to develop a working methodology for the use of those academics, investigative journalists, and political activists who wish to conduct credible research into that nexus of forces known as ...
Investigative Journalism: global perspectives
(Routledge - Taylor and Francis Limited, 2018-04)
Investigative Journalism: Global Perspectives presents a theoretical and practical guide to contemporary international investigative journalism to outline principles of modern investigative work in the digital world. A ...