Journalism and Memorialization in the Age of Social Media

Journalism and Memorialization in the Age of Social Media

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This volume examines the rise of online memorial groups - virtual communities formed in the aftermath of tragic events - speaking to the notion that individual expression has become more visible and ubiquitous than ever before within a communication context. The book asserts the audience as decidedly active with users seeking a robust platform for expression and takes particular care to consider the central role of communication technology in the ways that individuals are remembering and forgetting in the aftermath of crises. This emerging social practice has profound implications for journalists, journalism scholars, and journalism educators.Cengage Learning, 2012. Bardoel, Jo, and Mark Deuze. a€œNetwork Journalism: Converging Competences of Old and New Media Professionals. ... a€œInterpersonal Communication in News Diffusion: A Study of a#39;Magica#39; Johnsona#39;s Announcement. ... Personal Connections in the Digital Age. Polity ... Sage, 1999. http://books.;lr=aamp;id=3wlu9q0jaB4Caamp; ... a€œMisery Doesna#39;t Love Company:anbsp;...

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