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In this excerpt from his new book, Alfred Hermida explores the connection between moral violation and Facebook likes.
In a new book, a group of academics look at how the big defining questions of the field — what is journalism? who is a journalist? who decides? — are changing.
Predicting what goes viral, sourcing the Arab Spring, and Twitter in power vs. out of power: all that and more in this month’s roundup of the academic literature.
The Knight News Challenge may be shifting gears, but it’s still an important window into where news innovation is taking us.
…And that’s when social media will also get really interesting. Alfred Hermida
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