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Mark Deuze
👨‍🎓 Professor of Media Studies, University of Amsterdam. 🎸Band member of Skinflower 🐕 Walking with Jason. 📚 New book in 2019: Making Media (link below).
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David Uberti 18h
“the press too often considers complaints from the left as validation of their objectivity and complaints from the right as something worth addressing to prove their objectivity.”
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Mark Deuze 4h
Our recent paper on creativity as a key concept in journalism studies has been republished (open access) now including a video report of Tamara's inspiring workshop with artists and journalists:
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Mark Deuze 4h
Thanks, David! Happy to drop by sometime to discuss it with students/colleagues, especially as I live in the area now :-)
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Professor Karin Wahl-Jorgensen 18h
My article, "Questioning the Ideal of the Public Sphere: The Emotional Turn" now out open access, SM&S. I argue that emotion "is a force that may unite or divide, and assist or cloud our deliberations, but is inseparable from rational decision-making"
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Mark Deuze 16h
FYI: new publication (in ) on what I have learned after 20 years doing : What Journalism Is (Not)
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Mark Deuze 18h
1st review of our book (with ) is out! With thanks to Martin, key quote: "In a media world that revolves around fast-paced change, this book supplies perspectives to those seeking breadth and depth of occupational opportunities."
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Mark Deuze Jun 27
A collective resignation letter of journalists fed up with the news industry but in love with journalism - as the basis (and result) of researching the profession journalism
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Polity Jul 9
Some real gems about from Get 20% discount on all of them using promo code IAMCR on our website before the end of August
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Peg Achterman Jul 8
Interesting look at another angle on your talk today. Young journalists leaving because of newsroom culture and generational gaps. Journalism’s Perilous Generation Gap by
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Mark Deuze Jul 8
Goede les over ons : geen ramp, in de meeste gevallen positief effect, belangrijk om eigen verantwoordelijkheid te ontwikkelen. Is ook conclusie van 25 jaar media studies...
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Polity Jul 8
You can find more info about the forthcoming book at
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Mindy McAdams Jul 8
Fun fact: In interviews, journalists who lost their jobs speak of as the highest calling, the greatest thing - but they speak harshly of the industry, cursing, condemning it, says
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Dr. Bill Silcock Jul 8
Keys to the future of journalism? It is not startup journalism. Answers will come via understanding amount of emotional labor needed by news team. shares insights to packed room of global educators from his new research and book .
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Mark Deuze Jul 8
Fabulous example of creativity in academia: drawing and note taking of a keynote... thanks Mette!
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Mark Deuze Jul 8
Replying to @JanetFulton
Please keep@in touch about that creativity conference! We’re building a network of scholars around embracing the artistic in academics :-)
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Christian Sandvig🐩 Jul 7
A major consequence of automation is not eliminating work, but "making people better cogs." Labor is redesigned around a machine's limitations. -- in today
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Mark Deuze Jul 8
Coffee now, then on my way to Paris to present today at - after that onward to Madrid for to discuss and learn about creativity
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OranjeLeeuwinnen Jul 7
'You showed us that dreams do come true. Thanks for that'
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Jonathan Gray 🐼 Jul 4
“It’s only when the system breaks down, like today, that we realize it’s happening at all.” - Facebook outage highlights machine tagging of images:
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Haagsche Insider Jul 4
1. Laten we de discussie over FVD even verplaatsten naar het hoogste niveau: dat van de ideeën. De “belangrijkste intellectueel van Nederland” gaat het reces in met een Zomermanifest. Daarin spreekt Baudet zichzelf op alle kernwaarden tegen.
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