Mike Ananny, Networked Press Freedom: Creating Infrastructures for a Public Right to Hear

  title={Mike Ananny, Networked Press Freedom: Creating Infrastructures for a Public Right to Hear},
  author={Mike Ananny},
  journal={European Journal of Communication},
  pages={112 - 113}
  • Mike Ananny
  • Published 4 May 2018
  • Political Science
  • European Journal of Communication
Our thinking about the world is entangled with the world itself, an old problem for liberal theory and social science alike—a circularity that complicates any effort to parse the descriptive from the normative and practical. As Mike Ananny says in his introduction to Networked Press Freedom, “press freedom . . . is what people think press freedom should mean and how people have arranged people and power to achieve that vision” (p. 3). 
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