Citizen journalism. global perspectives / Volume 2 :

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Bibliographic Details
Imprint:New York : Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., [2014]
Description:xii, 406 pages ; 23 cm.
Series:Global crises and the media ; vol. 14
Global crises and the media ; v. 14.
Subject:Citizen journalism.
Online journalism.
Citizen journalism.
Online journalism.
Format: Print Book
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Other authors / contributors:Thorsen, Elnar, editor.
Allan, Stuart, 1962- editor.
ISBN:9781433122828 (paperback)
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents:
  • Series Editor's Preface
  • Introduction
  • Section 1. Re-imagining Citizen Journalism
  • 1. Social Media and the Mumbai Terror Attack: The Coming of Age of Twitter
  • 2. CNN's Citizen Journalism Platfomr: The Ambivalent Labor of IReporting
  • 3. Righting Wrongs: Citizen Journalism and Miscarriages of Justice
  • 4. "I have a voice": The Cosmopolitan Ambivalence of Convergent Journalism
  • 5. Before the Revolutionary Moment: The Significance of Lebanese and Egyptian Bloggers in the New Media Ecology
  • 6. Citizen Journalism in Real Time? Live Blogging and Crisis Events
  • Section 2. Capturing Crisis
  • 7. Tools in Their Pockets: How Personal Media Were Used During the Christchurch Earthquakes
  • 8. Hurricane Sandy and the Adoption of Citizen Journalism Platforms
  • 9. Live Reporting Terror: Remediating Citizen Crisis Communication
  • 10. Eyewitness Images as a Genre of Crisis Reporting
  • 11. Reformulating Photojournalism: Interweaving Professional and Citizen Photo-reportage of the Boston Bombings
  • 12. Citizen Journalism, Sharing, and the Ethics of Visibility
  • Section 3. Globalising Cultures of Citizen Journalism
  • 13. Citizen Journalism, Development and Social Change: Hype and Hope
  • 14. A Latin American Approach to Citizen Journalism
  • 15. Getting into the Mainstream: The Digital/Media Strategies of a Feminist Coalition in Puerto Rico
  • 16. Reporting a Revolution and Its Aftermath: When Activists Drive the News Coverage
  • 17. Citizen Journalism in Indonesia's Disputed Territories: Life on the New Media Frontline
  • 18. Civic Responsibility and Empowerment: Citizen Journalism in Russia
  • 19. Beyond the Newsroom Monopolies: Citizen Journalism as the Practice of Freedom in Zimbabwe
  • Section 4. New Crises, Alternative Agendas
  • 20. "Blade and Keyboard In Hand": Wikileaks and/as Citizen Journalism
  • 21. Beyond Journalism: The New Public Information Space
  • 22. The Evolution of Citizen Journalism in Crises: From Reporting to Crisis Management
  • 23. Citizen Journalism in the Age of Weibo: the Shifang Environmental Protest
  • 24. Little Brother Is Watching: Citizen Video Journalists and Witness Narratives
  • 25. Occupy Wall Street and Social Media News Sharing after the Wake of Institutional Journalism
  • 26. The Activist as Citizen Journalist
  • List of Contributors
  • Index