Monthly Archives: January 2007

Diebold!

Posted originally on popandpolitics.com On the Diebold Election Systems website you could find, until yesterday morning, the photo of these little keys that open ALL of their e-voting machines. Could a hacker create a duplicate key from the Diebold website … Continue reading

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Accented Blogging

Call for Book Chapters Topic: Accented Blogging: Reconceptualizing the role of blogs in an international context Book edited by: Adrienne Russell (American University in Paris/USC Annenberg Center for Communication) and Nabil Echchaibi (University of Louisville) The proliferation of the American … Continue reading

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Digital Communication Networks and the Journalistic Field: The 2005 French Riots

EXCERPT IntroductionThe 2005 riots and protest in France sparked by the death of teenagers Bouna Traore and Zyed Benna in the Paris suburb Cliché-sous-Bois were both facilitated in part by new-media technologies and covered extensively by new-media consumers and journalists. … Continue reading

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Publications

Books Journalism as Activism: Recoding Media Power. Polity 2016. Networked: A Contemporary History of News in Transition. Polity 2011. [Introduction pdf] International Blogging. Editor with Nabil Echachaibi, Peter Lang, 2008. Chapter 1: Introduction Edited Journal issues Journalism: Theory, Practice Criticism, editor … Continue reading

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