Tag Archives: new media

On SAGE Insight: The case of #arseniclife: Blogs and Twitter in informal peer review

From Public Understanding of Science Recent high-profile retractions from the prestigious scientific journals Nature and concerns over the ethics of a recent study on emotional contagion using the social networking site Facebook, have increased discussions among the scientific community of … Continue reading

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Netflix: A signifier for shifts within the media landscape

Is this TVIV? On Netflix, TVIII and binge-watching From New Media & Society Since its introduction in 2007 Netflix has grown significantly. It may be best understood as a signifier for shifts within the media landscape. This article is concerned … Continue reading

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The rise of citizen journalism: A three-tier approach

Start making sense: a three-tier approach to citizen journalism From Media Culture Society The rise of citizen journalism has been a central theme in both popular and scholarly discourse surrounding the evolution of news making over the past half-decade. This … Continue reading

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The impact of new media on customer relationships

From Journal of Service Research The ways consumers communicate with each other have been changing dramatically over the last decade.  New media require a shift in marketing thinking – consumers have become highly active partners, serving as customers as well … Continue reading

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