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Algorithmic Transparency in the News Media
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The growing use of difficult-to-parse algorithmic systems in the production of news, from algorithmic curation to automated writing and news bots, problematizes the normative turn toward transparency as a key tenet of journalism ethics. Expand
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Selfies| Selfies: Witnessing and Participatory Journalism with a Point of View
Whereas a vast number of selfies contain little more than a face or faces, highlighting the presentation of self (Goffman, 1959), this article goes beyond the notion of self and identity by examiningExpand
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Newsrooms and Transparency in the Digital Age
Facing a decline in public credibility, news organizations have been encouraged to embrace transparency to combat rising public distrust. In this paper, we examine how journalists at six leading newsExpand
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The effects of ambient media: What unplugging reveals about being plugged in
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An ever-increasing number of us live in a world rich in information and media that provide us with constant access to that information. Expand
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Re-Legitimizing the Institution of Journalism
In late 2010, a series of tapes containing damaging conversations between 30 Indian journalists and Niira Radia, leading lobbyist for major business interests, became public. The tapes revealedExpand
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Comparing the use of space in selfies on Chinese Weibo and Twitter
Selfies are a ubiquitous practice worldwide in which social media users create and share cultural artifacts that go beyond mere idealized or narcissistic self-presentations. As a cultural phenomenon,Expand
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Lost in a house of mirrors: Journalists come to terms with myth and reality in The Newsroom
The first season of the television drama The Newsroom drew predominantly negative critiques by journalists. A textual analysis of The Newsroom’s first season and more than 90 articles in US newsExpand
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Talking Back: Journalists Defending Attacks Against their Profession in the Trump Era
ABSTRACT According to neo-institutional theory, the survival of institutions in society is predicated on a cultural discourse. Dubbed “the institutional myth,” this discourse reflects the coreExpand