Global Journalism Practice and New Media Performance

Global Journalism Practice and New Media Performance

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ISBN-13: 9781137440556
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Publication date: 12/17/2014
Edition description: 2014
Pages: 262
Product dimensions: 5.60(w) x 8.60(h) x 2.90(d)

About the Author

Mohammed Abualrob, Birzeit University, West Bank
Aysha Abughazzi, Jordan University for Science and Technology, Jordan
Murad Alazzany, Sana'a University, Yemen
Diana Alkhayyat, Birzeit University, West Bank
D. Alper Altunay, Anadolu University, Turkey
Silvia Callejas Contreras, Universidad José Matías Delgado, El Salvador
Sally Ann Cruikshank, Auburn University, USA
Suren Deheryan, Yerevan State Linguistic University, Armenia
Wilberforce S. Dzisah, Institute of Journalism, Ghana
Ashley Furrow, University of Memphis, USA
Guoping He, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China
Yusuf Kalyango Jr., Ohio University, USA
Alexander Kazakov, Saratov State University, Russia
Silvia Montaña, Universidad Externado de Colombia, Colombia
Peddiboyina Vijaya Lakshmi, Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam, India
David H. Mould, Ohio University, USA
E. Nezih Orhon, Anadolu University, Turkey
Gulnura Toralieva, American University of Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan
Rachael van der Kooye, Journalism Academy, Suriname
Carolyn Walcott, University of Guyana, Guyana
Huei Lan Wang, Nan Hua University, Taiwan
Ke Wang, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China

Table of Contents

1. Introduction: Trends in Global Journalism and New Media Performance; Yusuf Kalyango Jr. and David H. Mould 2. Media Educators Evaluate U.S. Journalism Practice; Sally Ann Cruikshank, Ashley Furrow and Yusuf Kalyango Jr. PART II: NEW VS. TRADITIONAL MEDIA 3. Case 1: Russia: New Media Reshape the Social and Political Agenda; Alexander Kazakov 4. Case 2: Palestine: New Media, Same Old Political Agenda; Mohammed Abualrob and Diana Alkhayyat 5. Case 3: China's New Media Paradox: Economic Gains, Political Troubles; Ke Wang and Guoping He 6. Case 4: Armenia: New Media Transform Politics; Suren Deheryan 7. Case 5: Jordan: State of Online Newspapers for Journalists and Readers ; Aysha Abughazzi 8. Case 6: Turkey: Live Coverage of Protests Pre-empted by Penguins; E. Nezih Orhon and D. Alper Altunay 9. Case 7: El Salvador: Digital Media and Social Campaigns—Libro Libre; Silvia Callejas Contreras 10. Case 8: India: ICTs and the Empowerment of Rural Women; Peddiboyina Vijaya Lakshmi PART III: JOURNALISM PRACTICE AND MEDIA PERFORMANCE 11. Case 1: Ghana: The Politicization of Liberalized Media; Wilberforce S. Dzisah 12. Case 2: Colombia: An Ethnographic Study of Digital Journalistic Practices; Silvia Montaña 13. Case 3: Taiwan: Journalism Education and Media Performance; Huei Lan Wang 14. Case 4: Guyana. The Rebirth of Journalism Education with Project Phoenix; Carolyn Walcott 15. Case 5: Yemen: Presidential Political Discourse during the Revolution; Murad Alazzany 16. Case 6: Suriname: The Land Rights Issue and Media Performance; Rachael van der Kooye 17. Case 7: Kyrgyzstan: Challenges for Environmental Journalism; Gulnura Toralieva 18. Conclusion: Prospects on Global Journalism Practice and New Media; David H. Mould and Yusuf Kalyango Jr.

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