From Twitter to Tahrir Square : ethics in social and new media communication / Bala A. Musa and Jim Willis, editors
- Machine generated contents note: pt. I Changing Media Landscape -- ch. One Twitter's Role in the Modern Newsroom: Circumventing the Gatekeepers and Pounding the Digital Pavement / Andrea Miller -- ch. Two The Trouble with (and Promise of) Turbonews / Jim Willis -- ch. Three How the Processing and Understanding of News Has Changed with Today's Media / Jim Willis -- ch. Four Redefining the User-Producer Relationship in Online News Gathering: latimes.com and salon, com Cover the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election / Brooke Van Dam -- ch. Five The Changing Nature of Photojournalism: The Role of Citizen Journalism / Tara Marie Mortensen -- ch. Six Media Economics and Moral Imagination in the New Mediascape / Franklin Nii Amankwah Yartey -- ch. Seven The Ethics of Verification in Journalistic Use of Social Media / David A. Craig -- ch. Eight The Narrative Story in the Digital World: How Does It Play with Online Reading Patterns? / Jim Willis -- ch. Nine Journalistic Blogs: Should There Be Standards? / Mary Spillman -- pt. II National and International Security -- ch. Ten Public Diplomacy in the Age of New Media / Bala A. Musa -- ch. Eleven The Bill of Rights in the Digital Age: Issues of Constitutionality / Melissa Suran -- ch. Twelve Ancient Chinese Philosophy in the Age of Social Media / Koji Fuse -- ch. Thirteen New Media Ethics and the National Security Implications of Whistle-Blowing / James B. Kantiok -- ch. Fourteen From Crowd to Community: We Are Boston / Cheryl Buchanan -- ch. Fifteen Nigeria's Boko Haram, Narrative Ethics, and the War against Terrorism / Chuka Onwumechili -- pt. III Peace, Civility, and Conflict -- ch. Sixteen Citizen Journalism and Emerging Perspectives on Conflict Transformation / Franklin Nii Amankwah Yartey -- ch. Seventeen Twitter and the Tahrir Square Revolution: Social Media and the Arab Spring Uprising / Bala A. Musa -- ch. Eighteen Social Media and Cell Phones Are Bonding and Vilification Tools: Exposing Kenya's 2013 Postelection Violence / Stella W. Mwangi -- ch. Nineteen The Social Media as a Megaphone for Exposing Global Oppression and Urging Help / Jim Willis -- ch. Twenty New Media and the Ethic of Peace Journalism / Bala A. Musa -- pt. I Popular Culture -- ch. One Considering Ethical Tensions in Transmedia Culture / Pauline Hope Cheong -- ch. Two The ME BRANDS of Social Media / Joe Hight -- ch. Three Lighten Up: A Rhetorical Performance Critique of Gap's Online Khaki Campaign / Cindy N. Phu -- ch. Four Fan Trailers as Digital Storytelling / Tim Posada -- ch. Five Will the Novel Remain Relevant in the Twitter Generation? / Joseph Bentz -- ch. Six Distraction or Sensation Seeking: Understanding Motivations for Playing Facebook Games / Pavica Sheldon -- ch. Seven Mediating Faith through Popular Culture: The Voice of Aimee Semple McPherson in the New Media Marketplace / Bala A. Musa -- pt. II Self, Identity, and Privacy -- ch. Eight The Virtual World and Individual Identity among Young People / Jim Willis -- ch. Nine Showing Off Myspace: Examining the Effects of Sociability on Self-Presentation of Myspace Users / Tom Johnson -- ch. Ten Is Jar Jar Racist? Digital Media, Content, and Style Ethics of Spectacle Cinema / Tim Posada -- ch. Eleven The Twists and Turns of Online Piracy, Privacy, and Surveillance / Jim Willis -- ch. Twelve Ethical and Legal Perspectives on the Privacy Paradox on Social Networking Sites / Sue L. Aspley -- ch. Thirteen Online Marketers' Use of Consumer Data Poses Ethical Concerns / Jim Willis -- ch. Fourteen The U.S. Government, Social Networks, and Your Privacy / Brooke Van Dam -- ch. Fifteen Social Media and the Invasion of Privacy by Corporations / Bala A. Musa -- ch. Sixteen "Racing the Vampire": Exploring Race and Identity in Second Life / Franklin Nii Amankwah Yartey -- pt. III Information and Values -- ch. Seventeen Uses and Abuses of the Internet by International Students in American Universities / Anne Kindred Willis -- ch. Eighteen Ethical Issues in Internet Use: Plagiarism of Internet Sources among University Students in Nigeria / Stanley Naribo Ngoa -- ch. Nineteen The Ethics of Using Social Media in Classroom Interactions: The Tool to Care or to Hurt / Linda H. Chiang -- ch. Twenty Rumors on Social and New Media: Ethical Implications for Individuals and Society / Agnes Lucy Lando -- ch. Twenty-One Scriptures, Social Media, and Social Power / Saliu Funmi Imaledo -- ch. Twenty-Two New Media (Il)literacy and Prosocial Entertainment: Implications for Youth Development / Ibrahim M. Ahmadu.
- "This timely guide examines the influence of social media in private, public, and professional settings, particularly the ethical implications of the cultural changes and trends created by its use"--
- 9781440828416 (hardback)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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