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Pablo J. Boczkowski

In: Handbook of New Media: Social Shaping and Consequences of ICTs

Chapter 16: The Development and use of Online Newspapers: What Research Tells us and what we Might want to Know

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The Development and use of Online Newspapers: What Research Tells us and what we Might want to Know
The development and use of online newspapers: What research tells us and what we might want to know
Pablo J. Boczkowski

Print papers are one of the oldest, most ubiquitous and most highly standardized elements in the modern media landscape. Newspapers have changed considerably since Timotheus Ritzsch established the Einkommende Zeitung – ‘incoming news’ – in Leipzig, Germany, in 1650, which according to Smith (1979) was the first daily publication. Furthermore, these changes have been part and parcel of some of the most significant societal transformations in the past centuries from the rise of nation-states to the emergence of mass production and consumption, and from the development of ...

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