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Brain Teaser Cast News Bronze
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Brain Teaser Cast News Bronze

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Stand: 26.01.2020
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Brain Teaser Cast News Bronze
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Huzzle Cast News Huzzle Die Puzzles von Huzzle herausfordernde Probleme, die du durch originelle Ideen und Logik lösen musst. Nutze dein Gehirn und deine Hände, um das Puzzle ineinander zu bringen, ein einfaches Konzept, das viel Puzzle-SpaÃ? bietet!

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Brain Teaser Cast News Bronze
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Huzzle Cast News Huzzle Die Puzzles von Huzzle herausfordernde Probleme, die du durch originelle Ideen und Logik lösen musst. Nutze dein Gehirn und deine Hände, um das Puzzle ineinander zu bringen, ein einfaches Konzept, das viel Puzzle-SpaÃ? bietet!

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Gatewatching and News Curation
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Gatewatching and News Curation: Journalism, Social Media, and the Public Sphere documents an emerging news media environment that is characterised by an increasingly networked and social structure. In this environment, professional journalists and non-professional news users alike are increasingly cast in the role of gatewatcher and news curator, and sometimes accept these roles with considerable enthusiasm. A growing part of their everyday activities takes place within the spaces operated by the major social media providers, where platform features outside of their control affect how they can post, find, access, share, curate, and otherwise engage with news, rumours, analysis, comments, opinion, and related forms of information.If in the current social media environment the majority of users are engaged in sharing news, if the networked structure of these platforms means that users observe and learn from each other's sharing practices, if these practices result in the potential for widespread serendipitous news discovery, and if such news discovery is now overtaking search engines as the major driver of traffic to news sites-then gatewatching and news curation are no longer practiced only by citizen journalists, and it becomes important to fully understand the typical motivations, practices, and consequences of habitual news sharing through social media platforms.Professional journalism and news media have yet to fully come to terms with these changes. The first wave of citizen media was normalised into professional journalistic practices-but this book argues that what we are observing in the present context instead is the normalisation of professional journalism into social media.

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Stand: 26.01.2020
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Gatewatching and News Curation
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Gatewatching and News Curation: Journalism, Social Media, and the Public Sphere documents an emerging news media environment that is characterised by an increasingly networked and social structure. In this environment, professional journalists and non-professional news users alike are increasingly cast in the role of gatewatcher and news curator, and sometimes accept these roles with considerable enthusiasm. A growing part of their everyday activities takes place within the spaces operated by the major social media providers, where platform features outside of their control affect how they can post, find, access, share, curate, and otherwise engage with news, rumours, analysis, comments, opinion, and related forms of information.If in the current social media environment the majority of users are engaged in sharing news, if the networked structure of these platforms means that users observe and learn from each other's sharing practices, if these practices result in the potential for widespread serendipitous news discovery, and if such news discovery is now overtaking search engines as the major driver of traffic to news sites-then gatewatching and news curation are no longer practiced only by citizen journalists, and it becomes important to fully understand the typical motivations, practices, and consequences of habitual news sharing through social media platforms.Professional journalism and news media have yet to fully come to terms with these changes. The first wave of citizen media was normalised into professional journalistic practices-but this book argues that what we are observing in the present context instead is the normalisation of professional journalism into social media.

Anbieter: Dodax AT
Stand: 26.01.2020
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Iranian Presidential Election, 2009
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Iran's tenth presidential election was held on 12 June 2009, with incumbent Mahmoud Ahmadinejad running against three challengers. The next morning the Islamic Republic News Agency, Iran's official news agency, announced that with two-thirds of the votes counted, Ahmadinejad had won the election with 62% of the votes cast, and that Mir-Hossein Mousavi had received 34% of the votes cast. The European Union, United Kingdom and several western countries expressed concern over alleged irregularities during the vote, and many analysts and journalists from the United States, Europe and other western based media voiced doubts about the authenticity of the results. Meanwhile many OIC member states, as well as Russia, China, India, and Brazil, have congratulated Ahmadinejad on his victory. Mousavi issued a statement saying, "I'm warning that I won't surrender to this charade," and urged his supporters to fight the decision, without committing acts of violence. Protests, in favour of Mousavi and against the alleged fraud, broke out in Tehran.

Anbieter: Dodax AT
Stand: 26.01.2020
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Iranian Presidential Election, 2009
59,00 € *
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Iran's tenth presidential election was held on 12 June 2009, with incumbent Mahmoud Ahmadinejad running against three challengers. The next morning the Islamic Republic News Agency, Iran's official news agency, announced that with two-thirds of the votes counted, Ahmadinejad had won the election with 62% of the votes cast, and that Mir-Hossein Mousavi had received 34% of the votes cast. The European Union, United Kingdom and several western countries expressed concern over alleged irregularities during the vote, and many analysts and journalists from the United States, Europe and other western based media voiced doubts about the authenticity of the results. Meanwhile many OIC member states, as well as Russia, China, India, and Brazil, have congratulated Ahmadinejad on his victory. Mousavi issued a statement saying, "I'm warning that I won't surrender to this charade," and urged his supporters to fight the decision, without committing acts of violence. Protests, in favour of Mousavi and against the alleged fraud, broke out in Tehran.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 26.01.2020
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Gatewatching and News Curation
57,95 € *
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Gatewatching and News Curation: Journalism, Social Media, and the Public Sphere documents an emerging news media environment that is characterised by an increasingly networked and social structure. In this environment, professional journalists and non-professional news users alike are increasingly cast in the role of gatewatcher and news curator, and sometimes accept these roles with considerable enthusiasm. A growing part of their everyday activities takes place within the spaces operated by the major social media providers, where platform features outside of their control affect how they can post, find, access, share, curate, and otherwise engage with news, rumours, analysis, comments, opinion, and related forms of information.If in the current social media environment the majority of users are engaged in sharing news, if the networked structure of these platforms means that users observe and learn from each other's sharing practices, if these practices result in the potential for widespread serendipitous news discovery, and if such news discovery is now overtaking search engines as the major driver of traffic to news sites-then gatewatching and news curation are no longer practiced only by citizen journalists, and it becomes important to fully understand the typical motivations, practices, and consequences of habitual news sharing through social media platforms.Professional journalism and news media have yet to fully come to terms with these changes. The first wave of citizen media was normalised into professional journalistic practices-but this book argues that what we are observing in the present context instead is the normalisation of professional journalism into social media.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 26.01.2020
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Gatewatching and News Curation
59,60 € *
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Gatewatching and News Curation: Journalism, Social Media, and the Public Sphere documents an emerging news media environment that is characterised by an increasingly networked and social structure. In this environment, professional journalists and non-professional news users alike are increasingly cast in the role of gatewatcher and news curator, and sometimes accept these roles with considerable enthusiasm. A growing part of their everyday activities takes place within the spaces operated by the major social media providers, where platform features outside of their control affect how they can post, find, access, share, curate, and otherwise engage with news, rumours, analysis, comments, opinion, and related forms of information.If in the current social media environment the majority of users are engaged in sharing news, if the networked structure of these platforms means that users observe and learn from each other's sharing practices, if these practices result in the potential for widespread serendipitous news discovery, and if such news discovery is now overtaking search engines as the major driver of traffic to news sites-then gatewatching and news curation are no longer practiced only by citizen journalists, and it becomes important to fully understand the typical motivations, practices, and consequences of habitual news sharing through social media platforms.Professional journalism and news media have yet to fully come to terms with these changes. The first wave of citizen media was normalised into professional journalistic practices-but this book argues that what we are observing in the present context instead is the normalisation of professional journalism into social media.

Anbieter: Dodax AT
Stand: 26.01.2020
Zum Angebot