The SAGE Handbook of Digital Journalism Book is out now. Book is edited by Tamara Witschge, of University of Groningen, C. W. Anderson, of College of Staten Island, David Domingo, of Universite Libre de Bruxelles, and Alfred Hermida of University of British Columbia.
The handbook includes 38 chapters that are organised into four key areas: Changing contexts, News practices in the digital era, Conceptualizations of journalism and Research strategies.
According to the publisher, the book aims to shape the digital journalism field and define a roadmap for the research challenges that scholars will face in the future.
Read more from the publishers webpage here.
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