Tag Archives: Blogs

Internet Consumption: Approaches, Theories, Methods

How do scholars around the world study Internet consumption of today’s youth? This question was at the onset of an academic conference at the Center for Public Opinion Research at Shanghai International Studies University in China. A variety of the … Continue reading

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The sources of the political blogosphere

There are fundamental differences in how traditional news media bloggers and unaffiliated bloggers (you might call them the original bloggers) operate. In a recent study on the sourcing of political blogs in the United States, I found that newspapers use … Continue reading

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Blog sources have no name

At this year’s AEJMC conference in Denver, Bruce Garrison from the University of Miami and I presented a research paper (“Sources without a name”) that tracked the source relationship between traditional news media and blogs. In the study, we applied … Continue reading

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