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Rethinking Journalism Again

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Introduction: Towards a Functional Perspective on Journalism's Role and Relevance Marcel Broersma and Chris Peters Part I: Journalism and Its Societal Role Chapter 1 Reconstructing Journalism's Public Rationale Nick Couldry Chapter 2 Reappraising Journalism's Normative Foundations John Steel Chapter 3 Establishing the Boundaries of Journalism's Public Mandate Matt Carlson Chapter 4 The Disruption in Journalistic Expertise Zvi Reich and Yigal Godler Chapter 5 New Media, Search Engines and Social Networking Sites as Varieties of Online Gatekeepers Rasmus Kleis Nielsen Chapter 6 Is There a `Postmodern Turn' in Journalism? Karin Wahl-Jorgensen Part II: Journalism and Its Public Relevance Chapter 7 What Journalism Becomes Mark Deuze and Tamara Witschge Chapter 8 The Journalist as Entrepreneur Jane B. Singer Chapter 9 A Journalism of Care Kaori Hayashi Chapter 10 From Participation to Reciprocity in the Journalist-Audience Relationship Seth C. Lewis, Avery E. Holton and Mark Coddington Chapter 11 The Gap Between The Media and the Public Pablo J. Boczkowski and Eugenia Mitchelstein Chapter 12 The Rhetorical Illusions of News Chris Peters and Marcel Broersma Afterword Crisis? What Crisis? Silvio Waisbord Afterword Revisioning Journalism and `The Pictures in Our Heads' Stuart Allan

About the Author

Chris Peters is Associate Professor of Media and Communication at Aalborg University's Copenhagen campus. His research explores how people get and experience news and information in everyday life, and the sociocultural impact of transformations in the digital era. His publications include Rethinking Journalism and Retelling Journalism. Marcel Broersma is Professor of Journalism Studies and Media, and the director of the Centre for Media and Journalism Studies at the University of Groningen. He has published widely on historical and current transformations in journalism. His publications include Form and Style in Journalism, Rethinking Journalism and Retelling Journalism.


"Rethinking Journalism Again invites a leading group of scholars to reflect on the past and reimagine the future of journalism. Given this freedom, this group of prolific and influential contributors suggests truly innovative directions and new language for mapping the place of journalism in contemporary societies. This outstanding volume takes inspiration from the past to rethink, and reinvent the future of journalism with rigor, guts, and, above all, a sense of adventure." Zizi Papacharissi, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA "Rethinking again? Yes, again. And well worth it. Journalism is in such a crisis that practitioners and analysts alike are confused about whether it is in crisis or not. Is it the loss of newsroom jobs for journalists? Or the loss of a public for news? Has journalism failed - or has it stumbled toward goals (building democracy or arriving at a purity of fact-gathering) beyond its reach? Have new media added to journalism's power or undermined its functions or introduced new aspirations (like `reciprocity') never before contemplated? Readers will find in this learned and lively collection new questions to ponder and the makings of a new agenda for the study of journalism today." Michael S. Schudson, Professor of Journalism, Columbia University, USA

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