Crises, radical online journalism and the state

@inproceedings{Salter2012CrisesRO,
  title={Crises, radical online journalism and the state},
  author={Lee Salter},
  year={2012}
}
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 and considering how the responses of the state compare in different circumstances. 
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