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ISOJ 2010

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  1. 1. International Journalism on Online Journalism 2010 EXPLORING NEW JOURNALISTIC PLATFORMS:EXPERIENCES OF TURKISH JOURNALIST BLOGGERS Pınar Gurleyen (Simon Fraser University/Canada) Perrin Ogun Emre (Kadir Has University/Turkey)
  2. 2. International Journalism on Online Journalism 2010 -Journalism versus blogism- • Gatekeeping • Informal language • Journalistic authority • Objectivity • Interactivity • Personal narrative style • Subjectivity • Reader interaction
  3. 3. International Journalism on Online Journalism 2010 -Methodology- • Semi-structured and in-depth interviews – 4 face-to-face – 4 e-mail – 1 phone • Sample-9 j-bloggers – 7 from mainstream media – 2 from academia
  4. 4. International Journalism on Online Journalism 2010 They have been questioned about… 1. Motivations to start a blog 2. The liberating potentials of blogs 3. Comparison between print and online newswork
  5. 5. International Journalism on Online Journalism 2010 -Findings- 1. Personal archive Use of extra news Interaction with readers 2. No editorial control enriched news 3. Participation Subjectivity-visibility Interactivity 2. The perception of responsibility 3. No user generated content
  6. 6. International Journalism on Online Journalism 2010 -Conclusion- Application of new tools to the old content • J-bloggers identify themselves with their profession • They exclude readers from the news making process • They don’t use the liberating potentials of blog • They continue gate-keeping and objectivity
  7. 7. International Journalism on Online Journalism 2010 THANK YOU! Pınar Gurleyen pga9@sfu.ca Perrin Ogun Emre perrinogun@gmail.com

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