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Contentious journalism and the Internet

toward democratic discourse in Malaysia and Singapore

by George, Cherian.

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Published by University of Washington Press in Seattle .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Malaysia.,
  • Singapore.
    • Subjects:
    • Online journalism -- Malaysia,
    • Online journalism -- Singapore,
    • Journalism -- Political aspects -- Malaysia,
    • Journalism -- Political aspects -- Singapore

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementCherian George.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPN5449.M35 G46 2005
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3408503M
      ISBN 10029598578X
      LC Control Number2005024392

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Websites that have emerged on the margins of the political system engage in a contentious style. Bringing cyberspace down to earth --State and media in Malaysia and Singapore --"Narrow tailoring" and the Internet dilemma --Contentious media in theory and practice --Sintercom: harnessing of virtual community --Think centre: activism through journalism --Harakah: the power of partisanship --Malaysiakini: independence at a price --Contentious.

The Internet has been used to democratise public discourse in Malaysia and Singapore, two countries in the zone between liberal democracies and authoritarian states. Websites that have emerged on the margins of the political system engage in a contentious style of journalism challenging the consensus that prevails over and through mainstream media.

The Internet has been used to democratize public discourse in Malaysia and Singapore, two countries in the zone between liberal democracies and authoritarian states. Web sites that have emerged on the margins of the political system engage in a contentious style of journalism challenging the consensus that prevails over and through mainstream /5(6).

Towards Democratic Discourse in Malaysia and Singapore. Publizistik: Vierteljahreshefte fuer Kommunikationsforschung, 52(3), p. Angela Romano reviews Contentious Journalism and the Internet, which she describes as a wide-reaching and yet nuanced exploration of attempts to use the Internet as a media of democratization in Singapore and Author: Angela R.

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contentious synonyms, contentious pronunciation, contentious translation, English dictionary definition of contentious. adj. Given to contention; quarrelsome.

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Angela Romano reviews Contentious Journalism and the Internet, which she describes as a wide-reaching and yet nuanced exploration of attempts to use the Internet as a media of democratization in Author: Angela Romano. Shirky’s terrific new book, “Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations,” is an excellent primer for those journalists who feel confused by the impact technology is having on their industry—those who, at some fundamental level, feel they don’t get the Internet.

Only a fraction of the book is directly about the. CONTENTS 1 Bringing Cyberspace Down to Earth 2 State and Media in Malaysia and Singapore 3 "Narrow Tailoring" and the Internet Dilemma 4 Contentious Media in Theory and Practice 5 Sintercom: Harnessing of Virtual Community 6 Think Centre: Activism through Journalism 7 Harakah: the Power of Partisanship 8 Malaysiakini: Independence at a Price 9 Contentious Media in Comparative.

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Cherian George is an academic engaged in media research, education and advocacy. His research focuses on media and politics, including freedom of expression and its limits, media controls and.

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