How would you assess the political potential of ‘citizen journalism’ 60-69 Work of this quality shows a good level of knowledge and understanding of relevant module material. It will show evidence of reading a wide diversity of material and of being able to use ideas gleaned from this reading to support and develop arguments. Essay work will exhibit good writing skills with well organized, accurate footnotes and/or a bibliography that follows the accepted style of the subject. Arguments and issues will be illustrated by reference to well documented, detailed and relevant examples. There should be clear evidence of critical engagement with the objects, issues or topics being analyzed. Any quantitative work will be clearly presented, the results should be correct and any conclusions clearly and accurately expressed.
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Redden, J. and Witschge, T. Chapter 10 A new news order? Online news content examined. In Fenton, N. (ed.) (2009) New Media, Old News: Journalism and Democracy in the Digital Age. London: Routledge.
Deuze, M. (2005) What is journalism? Professional identity and ideology of journalists reconsidered, Journalism, 6(4).
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