author={Bob Franklin},
  journal={Digital Journalism},
  pages={1 - 5}
  • Bob Franklin
  • Published 1 February 2013
  • Sociology
  • Digital Journalism
Welcome to this first issue of Digital Journalism, a peer-reviewed, international journal published by Routledge, Taylor & Francis, designed to provide a critical forum for the scholarly discussion, analysis and responses to the wide-ranging implications of digital technologies for the practice and study of journalism. For those eager to read the articles in this launch issue, I promise to be brief. I do not intend that Editorials should be a routine part of the editorial mix in Digital… 
Digital Journalism: Defined, Refined, or Re-defined
Abstract Observing the limitations driven by a certain path-dependency in most scholarship on digital journalism, we argue for favouring a direction that privileges “digital” over “journalism”.
Rethinking Information Privacy in a “Connected” World
The emergence and usage of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) by states, institutions and individuals has challenged and created a shift in the normative idea of privacy from rights to
Using Computational Text Analysis Tools to Study African Online News Content
It is becoming necessary for media researchers to explore ways to improve the quality of media research in Africa by exploring ways to make it more user-friendly and scalable.