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What non-mainstream journalism can(not) do: the "affect economy" of four journalism startups in Malaysia, Pakistan, Romania and the UK.

Anderson, Bissie

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Abstract

Recognising that journalism operates within various constraints, scholars have theorised the relationship between journalism and its environment through a hierarchical model of influences (Shoemaker and Reese, 1996). Recently, there has been a reconsidering of this hierarchical conceptualisation towards a more relational positioning of journalism within hybrid and networked media systems (Chadwick, 2011; Örnebring and Karlsson, 2022; Reese and Shoemaker, 2016). This paper presents a comparative case study of the "affect economy" in four journalism startups in different locales characterised by various degrees of economic development and press freedom.

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ANDERSON, B. 2024. What non-mainstream journalism can(not) do: the "affect economy" of four journalism startups in Malaysia, Pakistan, Romania and the UK. Presented at the 2024 Auckland University of Technology Research Centre for Journalism, Media and Democracy conference (JMAD Conference 2024): political economy of journalism, an International Association for Media and Communication Research pre-conference, 27 June 2024, Auckland, New Zealand.

Presentation Conference Type Lecture
Conference Name 2024 Auckland University of Technology Research Centre for Journalism, Media and Democracy conference (JMAD Conference 2024): political economy of journalism, an International Association for Media and Communication Research pre-conference
Conference Location Auckland, New Zealand
Start Date Jun 27, 2024
Deposit Date Apr 22, 2024
Publicly Available Date Jun 27, 2024
Keywords Journalism; Journalism and the economy; Journalism and politics
Public URL https://rgu-repository.worktribe.com/output/2307645

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