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Internet Newspapers: The Making of a Mainstream Medium [NOOK Book]

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Internet Newspapers: The Making of a Mainstream Medium examines newspapers on the Internet, and addresses the emergence of online newspapers and the delivery of news through this outlet. Utilizing empirical research, chapters explore the theoretic
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Internet Newspapers: The Making of a Mainstream Medium

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Overview

Internet Newspapers: The Making of a Mainstream Medium examines newspapers on the Internet, and addresses the emergence of online newspapers and the delivery of news through this outlet. Utilizing empirical research, chapters explore the theoretic
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781136683909
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 9/13/2013
  • Series: Routledge Communication Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 332
  • File size: 3 MB

Table of Contents

1 The evolution of online newspapers : a longitudinal content analysis, 1997-2003 13
2 Graphic use and interconnectedness of Internet newspapers : a many-to-many communication model 33
3 Applying network theory to the use of external links on news Web sites 49
4 Web page design and news retrieval efficiency : a content analysis of five U.S. Internet newspapers 65
5 Functional alternatives in obtaining news online : an experimental study of three U.S. Internet newspapers 81
6 The Web news story and cognitive flexibility 99
7 Effect of growing Internet newspapers on circulation of U.S. print newspapers 121
8 Factors influencing interactivity of Internet newspapers : a content analysis of 106 U.S. newspapers' Web sites 139
9 Cross-media partnership and its effect on technological convergence of online news content : a content analysis of 100 Internet newspapers 159
10 The market relation between online and print newspapers : the case of Austin, Texas 177
11 Re-examining the market relation between online and print newspapers : the case of Hong Kong 193
12 Utilities of online and offline news use 209
13 The contributions of net news to cyber democracy : civic affordances of major metropolitan newspaper sites 227
14 Internet newspapers' public forum and user involvement 243
15 News of priority issues in print versus Internet newspapers 261
16 Above the fold : a comparison of the lead stories in print and online newspapers 283
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