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Public journalism in cyberspace : A Korean case study

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  • Public journalism in cyberspace
  • Choi, Jinbong
  • International Seminar of Urban Form


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Title Public journalism in cyberspace
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A Korean case study

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Choi, Jinbong

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[Seoul, Korea]:International Seminar of Urban Form

Date 2012-09
Pages 32
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < IT
Industry and Technology < Others
Holding International Seminar of Urban Form

Abstract

Media surroundings through the ubiquity of the Internet are changing as quickly and as broadly as it changed in the 1940s through the ubiquity of television. The popularity of the Internet news media that allows for both the preservation of the newspaper format and the prompt reporting of broadcasting is changing the characteristics of typical journalism. This tendency gives challenges to typical mass media that have been facing several limitations about public journalism. The goal of public journalism is that mass media guide the public (people) to discuss and participate in public issues and give the public a chance to participate in making policy. This public journalism can be materialized more actually through utilizing the Internet. Therefore, public journalism can be formed, and Internet journalism can be a distinguished unique news media through having the characteristics of public journalism. (The rest omitted)