The structure:1. What is a blog?2. Different functions of blogs3. What are the differences between blogging and journalism?4. How do media react to their weaknesses?5. The clash is over
“Short for weblogs, blogs are both a technologyand a genre.1. Technology: format, layout, linking, and other conventions (expertise needed)2. Genre: invoke certain forms of discourse and shape the outcome of the text
1. weblogs as a space for journalistic thinking for which institutional journalism provides little room2. weblogs as a challenge to corporate journalism3. weblogs as a democratic, interactive space
1. The role of institution: internal rules vs. Absence of physical ind information background2. Organization of labour: specialization and distribution of work3. Newsgathering process (work with sources): routine vs. Rarity (specific sources)4. Organization of content: rules help people understand the importance of message
5. Periodicity: rule of expectation vs. irregularity6. Income: advertising revenue vs. part-time job7. Audience: disconnected from clients vs. close to audience8. Interactivity: nothing or everything
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