In an analysis of how UK websites are embedding participation and collaboration, I found the following academic texts useful.
If you are one of my students, you may well have the pleasure of reading some of these articles.
Most of the journal articles can be found on Google Scholar or the usual databases. The ones highlighted focus on UK developments……..
22 Journal Articles:
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Deuze, M. (2003). The web and its
journalisms: Considering the consequences of different types of newsmedia
online. New Media & Society, 5(2), 203.
Deuze, M. (2005). What is journalism?:
Professional identity and ideology of journalists reconsidered. Journalism,
Dutton, W. and Helpser, E. (2007). Oxford
internet survey: The internet in Britain. Oxford: OxIS.
(2008). Digital inclusion: An analysis of social disadvantage and the
information society. London: Department for Communities and Local
Hermida, A., & Thurman, N. (2007).
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content. 8th International Symposium on Online Journalism. Austin:
University of Texas.
Hermida, A., & Thurman, N. (2008). A
Clash of Cultures. Journalism Practice, 2(3), 343-356.
Marchi, R. M. (2005). Reframing the runway: A
case study of the impact of community organizing on news and politics.
Journalism, 6(4), 465.
Lasica, J. D. (2003). Blogs and journalism
need each other. Nieman Reports, 57(3), 70-74.
Lasica, J. D. (2003). What is participatory
journalism. Online Journalism Review, 7, 2003.
Nguyen, A. (2006). Journalism in the wake of
participatory publishing. Australian Journalism Review, 28(1), 143–155.
NUJ Commission on Multi-Media Working.
(2007). Shaping the future. London: NUJ.
Park, H. W. (2003). Hyperlink network
analysis: A new method for the study of social structure on the web.
Connections, 25(1), 49-61. Petersen, S. M. (2008). Loser generated
content: From participation to exploitation. First Monday, 13(3)
Pavlik, J., Morgan, G., & Henderson, B.
(2000). Information technology: Implications for the future of journalism and
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Technology Prepared for AEJMC Taskforce on Journalism and Mass Communication
Educator at the Millennium,
Quiggin, J. (2006). Blogs, wikis and creative
innovation. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 9(4), 481.
Schultz, T. (2000). Mass media and the
concept of interactivity: An exploratory study of online forums and reader
email. Media, Culture & Society, 22(2), 205.
Singer, J. B. (1997). Still guarding the
gate?: The newspaper journalist's role in an on-line world. Convergence, 3(1),
Singer, J. B. (2003). Who are these guys?:
The online challenge to the notion of journalistic professionalism.
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Snyder, H., & Rosenbaum, H. (1999). Can
search engines be used as tools for web-link analysis? A critical view.
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Thurman, N. (2008). Forums for citizen
journalists? adoption of user generated content initiatives by online news
media. New Media and Society, 10(1), 139.
Wallsten, K. (2005). Political blogs and the
bloggers who blog them: Is the political blogosphere and echo chamber. American
Political Science Association’s Annual Meeting. Washington, DC September, 1-4.
(2006). Online news: Journalism and the internet. Maidenhead: Open
Axford, B.,(2001), New media and politics.
Bauer, M. W., & Gaskell, G. (2000), Qualitative
researching with text, image and sound : A practical handbook. London:
Benkler, Y. (2006). The wealth of networks
: How social production transforms markets and freedom. New Haven, Conn. ;
London: Yale University Press.
Burnett, R. (2003) Web theory : An
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Castells, M. (2000). The rise of the
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Friend, C. (2007), Online journalism
ethics : Traditions and transitions. Armonk, N.Y. ; London: M.E. Sharpe.
Gillmor, D. (2004). We the media :
Grassroots journalism by the people, for the people. Beijing ; Farnham:
Jones, S. (1999). Doing internet research:
Critical issues and methods for examining the net. Thousand Oaks, Calif. ;
London: Sage Publications.
Keeble, R. (2005). Print journalism : A
critical introduction. London: Routledge.
Kline, D. (2005), Blog! : How the newest
media revolution is changing politics, business, and culture. New York: CDS
Kovach, B. (2003), The elements of
journalism : Bill kovach & tom rosenstiel. London: Atlantic Books.
McLuhan, M. (1964). Understanding media :
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The virtual community: finding connection in a computerized world, Secker &
Salwen, M. B.(2005). Online news and the
public. Mahwah, N.J. ; London: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Shirky, C. (2008). Here comes everybody :
The power of organizing without organizations. New York: Penguin Press.
Tapscott, D. (2007). In W (Ed.), Wikinomics
: How mass collaboration changes everything. London: Atlantic Books.
Anon. (2005). Bill gates: Free culture
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. Johnson, S. (2009). Are we on track for a
golden age of serious journalism? Retrieved 15 Aug, 2009, from http://www.prospectmagazine.co.uk/2009/05/areweontrackforagoldenageofseriousjournalism/
Kelly, K. (2009). The new socialism:
Global collectivist society is coming online. Retrieved 15 August, 2009,