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The communicative structures of journalism and public relations
This article seeks to analyze the communication structures of journalism and public relations, using the communication ethics of Jürgen Habermas. The intention is to use this analysis to drawExpand
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Journalism as a Practice
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Framing Glenn Greenwald: hegemony and the NSA / GCHQ surveillance scandal in a news interview
This article investigates the methods of hegemonic framing of the NSA/GCHQ surveillance scandal in a television interview of the journalist Glenn Greenwald on the flagship BBC Television newsExpand
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Structure and Forms of Use
  • Lee Salter
  • Sociology, Political Science
  • 1 January 2004
A good deal of discourse relating to the 'democratic potential' of the Internet has tended to simplify the question of technology. Whilst it is true that the structure of the Internet may wellExpand
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Colonization tendencies in the development of the world wide web
  • Lee Salter
  • Political Science, Computer Science
  • New Media Soc.
  • 1 June 2005
TLDR
This article analyses pressures on the technological development of the web from the perspective of the Habermasian concepts of colonization and juridification. Expand
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The UWE occupation
This profile looks at how students at the University of the West of England (UWE) undertook direct action in protest against the British government's cuts to educational funding in the higherExpand
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Class, nationalism and news: The BBC’s reporting of Hugo Chavez and the Bolivarian revolution
This confernece paper is based on a large research project on the reporting of Venezuela on the BBC News web site. We looked at years of coverage - 304 articles - and analysed the coverage. We foundExpand
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Indymedia AND THE Law: Issues FOR Citizen Journalism
those engaged in “radical” or activist reporting, in an online context. It suggests that the conceptualization of the citizen journalist must consider the status of this type of journalism inExpand
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Crises, radical online journalism and the state
This chapter looks the role of online citizen journalism in a variety of contexts, regarding in particular the treatment of "radical" and "grassroutes" journalism during times of crisis andExpand
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Problems of news culture and truth: The BBC's representation of the invasion of Iraq
Abstract This article considers the truth value of the BBC's reporting of the invasion of Iraq in the context of Hannah Arendt's consideration of the US invasion of Vietnam. Arendt theorized that theExpand
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