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As pared-down newsrooms across the United States increasingly gener­ate content for pay-walled online platforms, some of the country’s best journalists are instead joining public interest start-ups in the hope of pur­suing the type of investigative...
This study focuses on new media use in democratic discourse, specifically in the Queensland state electoral division of Ashgrove in 2011. This site was chosen to make an enquiry into the place of mass media in public decision-making, asking the...
The authors provide a useful and general overview of how political polling has evolved over the years and how it is practised across countries in the Asia-Pacific region; ranging from a still underdeveloped but gorwing activity in Singapore, to a...
This book provides an informative snapshot of where contries in and around Asia are with thier technology and how governments are responding. Behnke binds together reports from Pakistan to the Pacific, some of which include analyses of election such...
A number of articles deal with the social reception of new media content. Important themes here include citizenship and public knowledge, ethnographies of news consumption, news consumption and social memory. Another set of chapters looks at news...
Stephen Quinn presents in this rather concise publication the concept of mobile journalism (mojo) within the Asian context. Along with practical tips on jow to be a mojo in this region, Quinn provides case studies and examples in an anecdotal form...
This book is a second volume of studies of innovations at selected media companies in the Asia-Pacific region. The book is divided into ten chapters, covering a range of new media innovations in various countries of the region. Each chapter focuses...
"There are many in journalism, in both the academy and in practice, who on reading New Media, Old News, will shout, 'See, I told you so!' because the conclusions can be used to back up a very institutional, traditionalist approach to our profession...
This book argues that 'China today enjoys complex and highly advanced media through its newspapers, magazines, radio and television broadcasting, and cinema accompanied by the necessary ancillary services of advertising and public relations' (p. 207)
This study examines the place of new media in the maintance of Burmese diasporic identities. Political oppression in Burma, the experience of exile and the importance of opposition movements in the borderlands make the Burmese diaspora a unique and...

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