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Foundations of community journalism /

Other Authors: Reader, Bill, 1970-, Hatcher, John A.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, 2012
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Table of Contents:
  • Background and explication. Community journalism: a concept of connectedness / Bill Reader
  • Community journalism's challenge to do journalism / Linda Steiner
  • Key works: some connections between journalism and community / Jack Rosenberry
  • Bringing scholars and professionals together / Gloria Freeland
  • The Minnesota team: key studies of institutional power and community media / Eileen Gilligan
  • The human background to research / Eileen Gilligan
  • Theories and methods. Community journalism and community history / Janice Hume
  • Reexamine the history of big-city community journalism / G. Michael Killenberg
  • The challenge of measuring community journalism / Wilson Lowrey
  • Methodological choices offered from the study of the Norwegian press / Sigurd Høst
  • Drawing from the critical cultural well / Bill Reader
  • Asian and American perspectives on community journalism / Crispin C. Maslog
  • A view from outside: what other social science disciplines can teach us about community journalism / John A. Hatcher
  • Community journalism as metropolitan ecology / Lewis Friedland
  • Multimedia and global considerations. Considering community journalism from the perspective of public relations and advertising / Diana Knott Martinelli
  • The economics of community newspapers / Stephen Lacy
  • Broadcasting and community journalism / George L. Daniels
  • The developing world: considering community radio in Africa / Guy Berger
  • Community journalism in an online world / Hans K. Meyer and George L. Daniels
  • Citizens, journalists, and user-generated content / Nicholas W. Jankowski
  • Magazines and community / Cary Roberts Frith
  • Making the mundane matter / Carolyn Kitch
  • Community journalism as an international phenomenon / John A. Hatcher
  • Studying the global community of community journalists / Chad Stebbins.