Introduction to issue 2(1)
AbstractThe introduction features summaries of the articles included in the current issue, linking the themes and findings presented here with those present in previous issus of the Journal of Media Innovations as well as with scholarship available elsewhere.
Allen, M. (2013). What was Web 2.0? Versions as the dominant mode of internet history. New Media & Society, 15(2).
Burgess, J., & Bruns, A. (2012). Twitter Archives and the Challenges of „Big Social Data“ for Media and Communication Research. M/C Journal, 15(5).
Hermida, A. (2010). Twittering the News - The emergence of ambient journalism. Journalism Practice, 4(3), 297 - 308.
Hevner, A. R., March, S. T., Park, J., & Ram, S. (2004). Design science in Information Systems research. MIS Quarterly, 28(1), 75-105.
Honeycutt, C., & Herring, S. C. (2009). Beyond Microblogging: Conversation and Collaboration via Twitter. Paper presented at the 42nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Waikoloa, Big Island, Hawaii.
Krumsvik, A. H. (2013). Towards a Typology of Strategies for User Involvement. In M.
Friedrichsen & W. Mühl-Benninghaus (Eds.), Handbook of Social Media
Management (pp. 655–669). Berlin: Springer.
Mitchelstein, E., & Boczkowski, P. J. (2009). Between tradition and change: A review of recent research on online news production. Journalism, 10(5), 562-586.
Nygren, G. (2014). Multiskilling in the Newsroom: De-skilling or Re-skilling of Journalistic Work? Journal of Media Innovations, 1(2), 75-96.
Nyre, L. (2014). Media design method. Journal of Media Innovations, 1(1), 86-109.
Thorén, C. (2013). Print or Perish: A Study of Organizational Inertia in a Regional Newspaper Industry. PhD thesis, Karlstad University, Karlstad.
Westlund, O. & Krumsvik, A. (2014). Perceptions of Intra-Organizational Collaboration and Media Workers’ Interests in Media Innovations. Journal of Media Innovations, 1(2), 52-74.
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