The Handbook of Global Online Journalism
Handbooks in Communication and Media 1. Aufl.
The Handbook to Global Online Journalism features a collection of readings from international practitioners and scholars that represent a comprehensive and state-of-the-art overview of the relationship between the internet and journalism around the world. Provides a state-of-the-art overview of current research and future directions of online journalism Traces the evolution of journalistic practices, business models, and shifting patterns of journalistic cultures that have emerged around the world with the migration of news online Written and edited by top international researchers and practitioners in the area of online journalism Features an extensive breadth of coverage, including economics, organizational practices, contents and experiences Discusses developments in online news in a wide range of countries, from the USA to Brazil, and from Germany to China Contains original theory, new research data, and reviews of existing studies in the field
Notes on Contributors viii 1 Introduction: The Evolution of Online Journalism 1 Eugenia Siapera and Andreas Veglis Part I Theories 19 2 Media Convergence 21 Infotendencias Group 3 Challenging Values: The "Good" Journalist Online 39 John O'Sullivan 4 Experiencing Journalism: A New Model for Online Newspapers 59 Sue Robinson 5 The Field of Online Journalism: A Bourdieusian Analysis 77 Eugenia Siapera and Lia-Paschalia Spyridou Part II Politics 99 6 Online Journalism and Civic Life 101 João Carlos Correia 7 De-democratizing the News? New Media and the Structural Practices of Journalism 119 Natalie Fenton 8 Crises, Radical Online Journalism, and the State 135 Lee Salter 9 Forms of Online Journalism and Politics 155 Eugenia Siapera Part III Production 177 10 Bridging the Gap: Toward a Typology of Cross-media News Production Processes 179 Ivar John Erdal 11 Technology and the Transformation of News Work: Are Labor Conditions in (Online) Journalism Changing? 192 Steve Paulussen 12 Journalism and Cross-media Publishing: The Case of Greece 209 Andreas Veglis 13 The Economics of Online Journalism 231 Richard van der Wurff Part IV Practices 251 14 Crowdsourcing Investigative Journalism: Help Me Investigate – A Case Study 253 Paul Bradshaw with Andy Brightwell 15 Media Accountability Practices in Online News Media 272 David Domingo and Heikki Heikkilä 16 Technology and Journalism: Conflict and Convergence at the Production Level 290 Andreas Giannakoulopoulos, Iraklis Varlamis, and Stelios Kouloglou 17 Social Journalism: Exploring How Social Media is Shaping Journalism 309 Alfred Hermida Part V Contents 329 18 Online News Reporting of Crisis Events: Investigating the Role of Citizen Witnessing 331 Stuart Allan 19 Contribution to an Online Journalism Language: Multimedia Grammar 353 João Canavilhas 20 The Paradox of Personalization: The Social and Reflexive Turn of Adaptive News 373 Neil Thurman and Steve Schifferes Part VI Global Contexts 393 21 Brazilian News Blogs and Mainstream News Organizations: Tensions, Symbiosis, or Independency? 395 Olga Guedes Bailey and Francisco Paulo Jamil Marques 22 A Chance for Diversity? Australian Online Journalism 412 Axel Bruns 23 Online Journalism in Germany 429 Thomas Hanitzsch and Thorsten Quandt 24 The Evolution and Challenges of Online Journalism in Nigeria 445 Farooq A. Kperogi 25 Doing Journalism Online: How UK News Organizations Have Adapted in the Age of the Internet 462 Kostas Saltzis 26 J-blogging in China: Development, Significance, and Challenges 478 Jin Shang and Hao Zhang Index 494
"An ideal overview of scholarship about journalism and the Internet ... A strength of the book is its international contributors and examples that speak of broad phenomena without simply letting US cases stand for the whole world." (Choice, 1 October 2013)
Eugenia Siapera is Lecturer in New Media and Journalism at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She is the author of Cultural Diversity and Global Media (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010) and Understanding New Media (2012), and editor of Radical Democracy and the Media (with L. Dahlberg, 2007) and At the Interface (with J. Hands, 2004). Andreas Veglis is Associate Professor and Head of the Media Informatics Lab in the Department of Journalism & Mass Communication at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He is the author or co-author of ten books, has published dozens of papers in peer-reviewed journals, and has presented over fifty papers in international and national conferences on various media-related topics.
Few would argue that this is not a time of profound change in journalism around the world. The rise in networked global communication infrastructures has led to startling transformations in how the news is delivered, and also in the way journalists work. A Handbook to Global Online Journalism provides a comprehensive, state-of-the-art overview of the current relationship between the internet and journalism around the world. Contributions from an international collection of practitioners and academics trace the evolution of journalistic practices, business models, and shifting patterns of journalistic cultures that have emerged around the world with the migration of news online. Topics explored include the economics of online journalism, organizational changes, new practices and forms of contents, the politics of online journalism, and future trends. A final series of readings assess the overall impact of the internet on contemporary journalism, and detail the extent to which the internet is poised to completely overtake traditional newspapers as the medium of choice for the production and consumption of news. A Handbook to Global Online Journalism offers thought-provoking insights into the current state and future directions of technology-mediated news dissemination for our 21st-century world.
“Scholarly, radical and relevant, The Handbook of Global Online Journalism offers a thoroughgoing account of the digital revolution which is transforming every aspect of journalism and the ways in which news is produced, distributed and consumed. It makes compelling and thought provoking reading for anyone who is interested in analysing the ways in which the future of journalism is unravelling.” - Bob Franklin, Professor of Journalism Studies, Cardiff University, UK “The worldwide fusion of technologies and cultures of journalism calls for integrative and interdisciplinary work. With this magnificent volume, Eugenia Siapera and Andreas Veglis benchmark the road ahead.” - Mark Deuze, Indiana University
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