|INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, DIGITAL JOURNALISM, AND THE STRUCTURAL IMPLICATIONS OF NEW MEDIA|
|Written by GEORGE LAZAROIU|
|ABSTRACT. Driscoll et al. look at the relationship between feelings of fear about terrorism and public attitudes toward restrictions on civil liberties and the news media. Imfeld and Scott analyze newspaper online sites in an attempt to gather baseline data to begin exploring the determinants of online community building around the delivery of daily news. Meraz contends that blogging has matured beyond public personal journaling to support citizen journalism or journalism produced by independent bloggers unaffiliated with professional newsrooms. Armstrong and McAdams maintain that the level of credibility and trustworthiness of mass media is at a critical juncture. (pp. 78–83)|
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