New Technology, New Rules for Journalism and a New World of Engagement

Loup M. Langton, Mercedes L. de Uriarte, Kim Grinfeder, Paulo Nuno Vicente

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The ways in which people learn, communicate and engage in discussion have changed profoundly during the past decade. As Jenkins related in her book, The Convergence Crisis: An Impending Paradigm Shift in Advertising, Millenials do not want to be told the whole story. Rather, they want someone to begin a conversation that will engage others to become participants in the development
of that story (2015). Technology now allows that to happen, sometimes with unintended and/or ill consequences, but technology also generates a dynamic potential to create international and interactive discourse aimed at addressing shared global challenges.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication5th World Journalism Education Congress
Subtitle of host publicationTeaching journalism during a disruptive age. Conference Proceedings WJEC Paris
EditorsPascal Guénée, Marc-François Bernier, Philippe Rodrigues-Rouleau, Sophie Puig
Place of PublicationParis
PublisherIPJ Institut Pratique du Journalisme Paris-Dauphine
Number of pages12
ISBN (Electronic)978-2-9571786-0-5
Publication statusPublished - 9 Sept 2019
Event5th World Journalism Education Congress - Paris, Portugal
Duration: 9 Jul 201911 Jul 2019


Conference5th World Journalism Education Congress


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