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Public Journalism 2.0: The Promise and Reality of a Citizen-Engaged Press


The best writers are published. They appear in print and electronic form. Some blog. Do you read them above others?

Do you blog?

You enter a hall and find everyone clammering for attention, talking at once; what is the point in that?

A recent debate amongst academics at The OU asked whether these platforms would deliver ‘scholarly works’. Surely this for many is part of the process? A test bed for themes that is readily shared, as if the notes on your desk can be seen by everyone, no one, or a select few?

Public Journalism 2.0: The Promise and Reality of a Citizen-Engaged Press.


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