Click on the picture or click here to access my Prezi.
From monologic to dialogic, our media landscape has shifted toward a culture based off participation. Long gone are the passive audience who sits back and absorbs – now we want to interact, discuss and contribute and have turned into prosumers.
But not everyone feels this new culture is a good thing – with particular governments seeking to ban the use of social media in order to restrain communication between protesters and to prevent negative views being spread and outside information being let in.
Have a look through my Prezi for a more in depth look.
Jay Rosen. 2011. The People Formerly Known as the Audience. [ONLINE] Available at:http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jay-rosen/the-people-formerly-known_1_b_24113.html. [Accessed 31 March 2016].
Brian McNair. 2015. Newspapers in decline, digital slowdown – what’s new in the news?. [ONLINE] Available at: http://theconversation.com/newspapers-in-decline-digital-slowdown-whats-new-in-the-news-41364. [Accessed 31 March 2016].
Rosen, Jay (2008) If Bloggers Had No Ethics Blogging Would Have Failed, But it Didn’t. So Let’s Get a Clue.http://archive.pressthink.org/2008/09/18/because_we_have.html [Accessed: 31 March 2016].
Felicity Morse. 2014. The Bring Back Our Girls Campaign is working: Boko Haram should be scared of a hashtag. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/comment/the-bring-back-our-girls-campaign-is-working-boko-haram-should-be-scared-of-a-hashtag-9360830.html. [Accessed 31 March 2016].
Charles Arthur. 2011. Google and Twitter launch service enabling Egyptians to tweet by phone. [ONLINE] Available at: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2011/feb/01/google-twitter-egypt. [Accessed 31 March 2016].