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Journalism in the Age of Social Media
I first met Nic Harter when he moved in across the hall from me in Ellingson Hall at St. Olaf College in the fall of 2002. We were freshman and both excited about the prospect of starting college.Expand
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Journalism and Memorialization in the Age of Social Media
Preface 1. Journalism in the Age of Social Media 2. The Case of the"In Memorial: Virginia Tech" Facebook Group 3. The News Cycle in the Age of Social Media 4. Public Memory in the Online World 5.Expand
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Is the Cemetery Dead?
Have spare times? Read is the cemetery dead writer by Why? A best seller publication in the world with great value and also content is integrated with intriguing words. Where? Just right here, inExpand
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The News Cycle in the Age of Social Media
The pace of the news cycle is evolving with the social media environment. I remember being interested, at a young age, in the fact that our newspaper came to the house once a day. It usually arrivedExpand
Emotion on the Screen
Emotion has been studied regularly within a computermediated communication context.1 From a journalism and mass communication perspective, the role of emotion in major news events has also beenExpand
Autoethnographic Brevity: A Conceptual Definition
Bringing cultural theorist George Gerbner into conversation with prominent autoethnographers, I present a conceptual definition of autoethnographic brevity. I hope this article offers methodologicalExpand
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Shoelaces
In this article, I use an autoethnographic sketch to explore the relationship between interpersonal bonds and identity construction.
Weather in the Age of Technology
In this article, I use an autoethnographic postcard to consider the enduring impact of the weather, especially weather-related disasters, in an age of technology.
Shoelaces An Autoethnographic Sketch
In this article, I use an autoethnographic sketch to explore the relationship between interpersonal bonds and identity construction.