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|Title:||Journal of Digital Research & Publishing Semester 1 2010 (5pm class)|
Master of Digital Communication and Culture
Research and publishing
Newspapers (online and offline)
|Publisher:||University of Sydney. Digital Cultures|
|Series/Report no.:||Semester 1 2010 (5pm class)|
|Abstract:||The Journal of Digital Communication and Culture is a publication created by students of ARIN6912 Digital Research and Publishing. This unit of study is part of the Master of Digital Communication and Culture taught by the Digital Cultures Program in the School of Letters, Art, and Media. For more information contact Chris Chesher (email@example.com). CONTENTS (TITLE/AUTHOR): Can’t Stop the Signal: How publishing companies are taking advantage of existing readerships online (Vanessa Williams) // An Improved Digital Divide: How Chile’s political efforts have positively affected the educational divide (Paula Comandari Andueza) // E-publishing: a dictator, or a co-operator? (Huan Zhang) // iPad Invades the E-reader Market (Jianwei Zhang) // E-books and the Ownership Myth: The Limitations of Digital Rights Management on Consumers (Elizabeth Riley) // Online publishing: extensions and challenges of traditional journalism (Luqi Lin) // Online journals emerge: the audiences’ choice (Ge Xuan) // The New Journalism: Weblogs as News Sources (Hanne Kristine Fjellheim) // Why online news could influence printed newspapers (Tao Zhai) // Online and Offline Newspapers Readerships and Features (Wanxin Mei) // Online Journalism: Recycled News or Innovative Reporting (Suzi Heaton) // Magazine Publishers Go Digital (Anastasiya Kostolyndina) // Fashioning Magazines in the Digital Realm (Yeong Sassall) // Pirates or Criminals? (Martina Marsic) // Legal P2P File Sharing is Possible: A Case Study of ‘Spotify’ (XIA JU) // A new cinematic aesthetic: The effect of the digital revolution on the construction of the ‘real’ (Eliza Hansell) // Virtual Wealth: A New Kind of Property in China (Hanbing Song) // Generation Me or Generation We? Social Media Technologies, Narcissism and Online Interaction (Ola Bednarczuk)|
|Type of Work:||Article|
|Appears in Collections:||Journal of Digital Research & Publishing|
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