Journalism To Go: The changing spaces of news consumption

@inproceedings{Peters2011JournalismTG,
  title={Journalism To Go: The changing spaces of news consumption},
  author={Chris Peters},
  year={2011}
}
  • Chris Peters
  • Published 2011
  • Sociology, Political Science
  • This paper contends that to understand how audiences engage with journalism in the contemporary age, we must conceive of news consumption not just as something we do, but as something we do in a particular place. It considers the experience(s) of consuming journalism, and reflects upon the influence ‘‘space’’ has in this equation. I ask how news consumption is integrated into, and shapes, the social spaces of everyday life, and how this may be transforming. The title, ‘‘Journalism to Go’’, thus… CONTINUE READING

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