Robinson, Sue (Ed.). Community Journalism Midst Media Revolution. (2015). Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
Center for Communication and Democracy Associate Sue Robinson, Associate Professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, has a new edited volume out on the evolution of community journalism within digital media-induced restructuring of the news industry. The book’s invited contributions deal with the theme of change, as it affects communities, the press and audiences. The book is based on a 2014 edited volume of Journalism Practice on the same theme.
In the introduction to the Journalism Practice volume, Robinson writes:
“While the techniques and circumstances around traditionally local newspapers have morphed with globalization and digital technologies, community journalism’s fundamental emphasis on the citizen and on community remains intact.”
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