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  • Seltz, Herbert A.; Yoakam, Richard D. (1968)
  • Seltz, Herbert A. (1964)
  • Deuze, Mark; De Vreese, Claes; Bierhoff, Jan (European Journalism Center, 2000-12)
    The media are in the focus of attention. Enabling digital information and communication technologies force the professional messengers to reorient themselves from monomedia journalistic outlets to multimedia information ...
  • Deuze, Mark (Indiana University, 2007-08-09)
    For a media profession so central to the contemporary global economy, it is of crucial importance to understand the influences of changing labor conditions, professional cultures, and the appropriation of technologies ...
  • Deuze, Mark (SAGE Publications, 2003)
    The internet – specifically its graphic interface, the world wide web – has had a major impact on all levels of (information) societies throughout the world. Specifically for journalism as it is practiced online, we can ...
  • Blank, Peter; Speers, Laura; Deuze, Mark (Edifício da Antiga Reitoria, 2010-09)
    [Article is translated into Portuguese]. Research since the early years of the 21st century consistently shows how through the years more of our time gets spent using media, how being concurrently exposed to media has ...
  • Deuze, Mark (Taylor & Francis, 2006)
    Within media theory the worldwide shift from a 19th century print culture via a 20th century electronic culture to a 21st century digital culture is well documented. In this essay the emergence of a digital culture as ...
  • Newswork 
    Marjoribanks, Tim; Deuze, Mark (2009-03-21)
    no abstract
  • Deuze, Mark; Bardoel, Jo (JEA, 2001)
    The impact of the Internet and other new information- and communication technologies on the profession of journalism should not be underestimated. The Internet is changing the profession of journalism in at least three ...
  • Deuze, Mark; Montenegro, Moises (2009-09-20)
    This essay is a review of the recent literature on mobile communication and society set against John Urry's suggestion for a new "mobilities" research paradigm for the social sciences.
  • Deuze, Mark (2010-05-31)
    Synopsis: een overzicht van de meest recente onderzoeksliteratuur over mobiliteit aan de hand van drie centrale thema's: (de gevolgen van) constante communicatie en de verwachting dat we altijd en overal bereikbaar zijn; ...
  • Deuze, Mark (Lannoo, 2010)
    Het is inmiddels bijna een cliché: we leven een digitaal leven, ondergedompeld in media, we zijn altijd en overal bereikbaar. Ons mediagebruik – en vooral dat van jongeren – schuift langzaam maar zeker op naar apparaten ...
  • Speers, Laura; Blank, Peter; Deuze, Mark (2009-10-04)
    Research since the early years of the 21st century consistently shows how through the years more of our time gets spent using media, how being concurrently exposed to media has become a foundational feature of everyday ...
  • Deuze, Mark (Indiana University, 2009-06-09)
    Convergence culture, as a concept, articulates a shift in the way global media industries operate, and how people as audiences interact with them. It recognizes contemporary media culture as a primarily participatory ...
  • Deuze, Mark (2006)
    Life today has become analogous with work – and it increasingly displays all the contemporary characteristics of work in what has been described as the ‘new capitalism’: permanent flux, constant change, and structural ...
  • Deuze, Mark ([none], 2006)
    item has no abstract.
  • Speers, Laura; Blank, Peter; Deuze, Mark (Routledge, 2010-11-19)
    Life in today’s liquid modern society is all about finding ways to deal with constant change, whether it is at home, at work, or at play. Over the last few decades, these key areas of human existence have converged in and ...
  • Deuze, Mark; Steward, Brian (Sage, 2010-01-11)
    This document contains the table of contents, the preface, and the introductory chapter of "Managing Media Work", a volume edited by Mark Deuze (published by Sage in 2010), featuring the work of 27 leading scholars in the ...
  • Deuze, Mark (MediaUpdate, 2008-09-28)
    Het is inmiddels bijna een cliché: we leven een digitaal leven, ondergedompeld in media, zijn altijd en overal bereikbaar. Ons mediagebruik - en vooral dat van jongeren - schuift langzaam maar zeker op naar apparaten en ...
  • Fortunati, Leopoldina; Deuze, Mark (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009-05-18)
    No abstract

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