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Redefining Journalism in an Age of Technological Advancements, Changing Demographics, and Social Issues

Redefining Journalism in an Age of Technological Advancements, Changing Demographics, and Social Issues
Author(s)/Editor(s): Phylis West (Johnson) (San Jose State University, USA) and Ian Punnett (Kansas State University, USA)
Copyright: ©2022
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-3844-9
ISBN13: 9781799838449
ISBN10: 1799838447
EISBN13: 9781799838456

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As audiences are provided opportunities to “feel” the news through new technological advancements in the field, the very nature of journalism is changing. These advancements in journalism have provided a way to reach and connect with unique communities in innovative and inclusive ways. As in-world journalists have sought to inform and engage unique communities within the context of their worlds, real and virtual, issues relevant to the mainstream have been played out in virtual culture.

Redefining Journalism in an Age of Technological Advancements, Changing Demographics, and Social Issues investigates the impact of emerging technologies in journalism and how audiences engage with these technologies and news content in innovative ways. Identity and community are analyzed historically and culturally within the larger body of cultural and media studies. Covering topics such as audience demographics, robotics, and immersive journalism, this book is a dynamic resource for journalists, sociologists, politicians, students and educators of higher education, computer scientists, communications professionals, researchers, and academicians.



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