Title Impact of Internet on Journalism
Book Condition New
Jacket Condition New
Publisher New Delhi, India Akansha Publishing House 2005
8183700187 / 9788183700184
Seller ID 110180
The impact of the internet on journalism takes a reflective turn. Not only has the internet changed journalism, it has forced people to rethnk different aspects of journalism, journalism practices, journalism education and the way journalists have framed the discussions about this new medium. The internet promises to have a larger impact on journalism than any of the changes in information and communication technology that have preceded it. Internet has emerged as a viable publishing medium; it offers journalists a new set of reporting skill; it has an impact on readers and the information to which they have access; and it has changed the way people think about issues related to journalism. About Author : Arun Bhatia, with a masters`degree in journalsim and mass communication and a post-graduate diploma in social work is a renowned teacher of communication studies and also well-known for his research on human development. He has worked with many leading newspapers in India and aboard and has penned a large number of learned articels and features on various social issues. As a part of his profession he travelled all over the world. Being a human Rights activist, he is associated with many national and international human rights organisations and has sincerely devoted his life to social welfare activities. Contents : Preface Communication Freedom in the Age of Internet Internet Applications in Print Meida Online Newspapers Electronic Newsgathering Peer to Peer Network Use of New Media in Politics Internet Communication and Social Development Internet and the Future of Communications Bibliography Printed Pages: 278.
Impact of Internet on Journalism Arun Bhatia