Power in Ideas

  title={Power in Ideas},
  author={Kirsten Adams and Daniel Kreiss},
Promises Granted: Venture Philanthropy and Tech Ideology in Metajournalistic Discourse
ABSTRACT The past half-decade has seen the rise of venture philanthropy in the journalism industry, a kind of charitable giving often driven by tech industry actors Google and Facebook working


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