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Understanding Weblogs : a communicative perspective

@inproceedings{Wijnia2004UnderstandingW,
  title={Understanding Weblogs : a communicative perspective},
  author={Elmine Wijnia},
  year={2004}
}
This research investigates what form of communication is made possible through the weblog and what its uses are for the future. Taking Habermas’ theory, it will be investigated whether blogs offer a platform for what he calls the ‘ideal speech situation’. Conditions for the ideal speech situation are that everyone has equal access to the communication, that there are no power differences between the participants and that the participants act truthfully towards each other. To answer the question… 

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