Pablo J. Boczkowski (1965-....)

Pays :Argentine
Langue :anglais
Sexe :masculin
Note :
Sociologue. - Professeur à la MIT Sloan school of management, Cambridge, Mass. (en 2004). - Directeur, Program in media, technology and society, Northwestern university, Evanston, Ill. (en 2013)
Autre forme du nom :Pablo Javier Boczkowski (1965-....)
ISNI :ISNI 0000 0000 7690 586X

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Auteur du texte3 documents

  • The news gap

    when the information preferences of the media and the public diverge

    Description matérielle : xii, 302 pages
    Description : Note : Includes bibliographical references (pages 255-300) and index
    Abstract : "The sites of major media organizations--CNN, USA Today, the Guardian, and others--provide the public with much of the online news they consume. But although a large proportion of the top stories these sites disseminate cover politics, international relations, and economics, users of these sites show a preference (as evidenced by the most viewed stories) for news about sports, crime, entertainment, and weather. In this book, Pablo Boczkowski and Eugenia Mitchelstein examine this gap and consider the implications for the media industry and democratic life in the digital age. Drawing on analyses of more than 50,000 stories posted on twenty news sites in seven countries in North and South America and Western Europe, Boczkowski and Mitchelstein find that the gap in news preferences exists regardless of ideological orientation or national media culture. They show that it narrows in times of heightened political activity (including presidential elections or government crises) as readers feel compelled to inform themselves about public affairs but remains wide during times of normal political activity. Boczkowski and Mitchelstein also find that the gap is not affected by innovations in Web-native forms of storytelling such as blogs and user-generated content on mainstream news sites. Keeping the account of the news gap up to date, in the book's coda they extend the analysis through the 2012 U.S. presidential election. Drawing upon these findings, the authors explore the news gap's troubling consequences for the matrix that connects communication, technology, and politics in the digital age."--Publisher's Web site
    Édition : Cambridge, Mass. : The MIT press , cop. 2013
    Autre auteur du texte : Eugenia Mitchelstein

    disponible en Haut de Jardin

    [catalogue][https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb43852376v]
  • Digitizing the news

    innovation in online newspapers

    Description matérielle : XI-243 p.
    Description : Note : Bibliogr. p. [211]-237. Index
    Édition : Cambridge (Mass.) : MIT press , cop. 2004

    [catalogue][https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb39154997g]
  • News at work

    imitation in an age of information abundance

    Description matérielle : xviii, 252 p.
    Description : Note : Includes bibliographical references (p. 217-244) and index
    Édition : Chicago ; London : The University of Chicago Press , 2010

    [catalogue][https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb42657042f]

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  • Media technologies

    essays on communication, materiality, and society

    Description matérielle : xii, 325 pages
    Description : Note : Includes bibliographical references (pages 261-307) and indexes
    Abstract : In recent years, scholarship around media technologies has finally shed the assumption that these technologies are separate from and powerfully determining of social life, looking at them instead as produced by and embedded in distinct social, cultural, and political practices. Communication and media scholars have increasingly taken theoretical perspectives originating in science and technology studies (STS), while some STS scholars interested in information technologies have linked their research to media studies inquiries into the symbolic dimensions of these tools. In this volume, scholars from both fields come together to advance this view of media technologies as complex sociomaterial phenomena. This text first addresses the relationship between materiality and mediation, considering such topics as the lived realities of network infrastructure. It then highlights media technologies as always in motion, held together through the minute, unobserved work of many, including efforts to keep these technologies alive
    Édition : Cambridge, [Massachusetts] ; London : the MIT Press
    Éditeur scientifique : Kirsten A. Foot, Tarleton Gillespie

    [catalogue][https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb45457300d]
  • Remaking the news ; essays on the future of journalism scholarship in the digital age

    Description matérielle : 1 online resource (X-374 p.)
    Édition : Cumberland (Mass.) : The MIT press
    Éditeur scientifique : Christopher William Anderson

    [catalogue][https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb452863818]

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