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Public Sphere 2.0: Targeted Commenting in Online News Media [article]

Ankan Mullick, Sayan Ghosh, Ritam Dutt, Avijit Ghosh, Abhijnan Chakraborty
2019 arXiv   pre-print
With the increase in online news consumption, to maximize advertisement revenue, news media websites try to attract and retain their readers on their sites.  ...  One of the most effective tools for reader engagement is commenting, where news readers post their views as comments against the news articles.  ...  [3] argued that online news media provide a new manifestation of the public sphere -Public Sphere 2.0, where commenting acts as the facilitator of public debates.  ... 
arXiv:1902.07946v1 fatcat:b5xswcxmqbeozbzgcglmjx7u7e

Public Spheres, Counterpublics' Fears and Syncopolitics

Fred Dalmasso
2020 Humanities  
It first looks at how a comment platform could be perceived as a subaltern public sphere and as a substitute for a live audience in order to reconsider the notion of the counterpublic.  ...  For this, it examines the dialectical tension between politics and aesthetics within a subaltern online public sphere not immune to all kinds of extremism.  ...  century, [ . . . ] online newspapers provide a new incarnation of the public sphere, becoming the digital cafés of a Public Sphere 2.0" (Ruiz et al. 2011, p. 464) .  ... 
doi:10.3390/h9020031 fatcat:etxqk2nz4zfunbn5u6lzjukwui

Social Media and the Public Sphere

Christian Fuchs
2014 tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique  
The paper introduces a theoretical model of public service media that it uses as foundation for identifying three antagonisms of the contemporary social media sphere in the realms of the economy, the state  ...  This paper discusses the role of the concept of the public sphere for understanding social media critically.  ...  Benedetta Brevini speaks in this context in her study of public service and the Internet in Europe of the need of Public Service Broadcasting 2.0 -"a new policy framework and a new set of public service  ... 
doi:10.31269/vol12iss1pp57-101 fatcat:o3jjc2lqp5fwpguq6nfq7wspnm

Social Media and the Public Sphere

Christian Fuchs
2014 tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique  
The paper introduces a theoretical model of public service media that it uses as foundation for identifying three antagonisms of the contemporary social media sphere in the realms of the economy, the state  ...  This paper discusses the role of the concept of the public sphere for understanding social media critically.  ...  Benedetta Brevini speaks in this context in her study of public service and the Internet in Europe of the need of Public Service Broadcasting 2.0 -"a new policy framework and a new set of public service  ... 
doi:10.31269/triplec.v12i1.552 fatcat:kc2jvh4rrrcrrm3ynlkevfssyi

5 The Digital Transformation of the Political Public Sphere: a Sociological Perspective [chapter]

Bernard Enjolras, Kari Steen-Johnsen, Fredrik Engelstad, Håkon Larsen, Jon Rogstad, Kari Steen-Johnsen
2017 Institutional Change in the Public Sphere  
Within the project Social media and the new public sphere.  ...  On the one hand, digitalization triggers innovation, new ways of researching news stories and communicating with the public, as well as new ways of targeting content.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110546330-006 fatcat:yh4wpypx4bhyziqektzrn3bsv4

Internet, "Rivers and Lakes": Locating Chinese Alternative Public Sphere

Lin Zhongxuan
2014 Chinese Studies  
The Internet in China, however, does not serve as the "democratic public sphere" for people to fight against the ruling power directly and roundly; instead, it seems to be a Chinese style term of "Jianghu  ...  " 江 湖-literally means "rivers and lakes"-an "alternative public sphere" for Chinese people.  ...  gave an chance for the public opinion fields of the new media and traditional media to form a certain kind of interaction synergistically, creating a new mechanism of public opinion forming.  ... 
doi:10.4236/chnstd.2014.34021 fatcat:5squqhexubh5vdzqqxhfu5imdu

The aesthetic public sphere and the transformation of criticism

Jonathan Roberge
2011 Social Semiotics  
Alexander, and Gary Alan Fine for their comments and suggestions. Research for this article was supported by the Fonds Québecois de Recherche sur la Société et la Culture.  ...  The fact is that from the feuilleton to newspapers and today's mass media, the trend is toward the consecration of a media industry that not only occupied more and more space in the public sphere, but  ...  Online criticism allows for people to ''talk back'', to comment and disagree on everything, including other people's critiques.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10350330.2011.564393 fatcat:cwghwmb3ozckhcvstimjuor2tm

The Triple P of RuNet Politics: Protest, Political Technology, Public Sphere

Henrike Schmidt
2012 Euxeinos  
sphere. 37 No digital public sphere can develop without a public sphere already existent in 'offline' society.  ...  and power, communication technology and public sphere, digital media and new forms of democratic empowerment and deliberation.  ...  but more with manipulation of the public opinion, a strategy embodied prominently by President 2.0, Dmitry Medvedev.  ... 
doaj:5d6fc6fda2d043c989a4150d1dd5c89c fatcat:kwvpsjoud5anhg4eufyz7qqrt4

Potential Youth's Civic Engagement on Virtual Public Sphere in Developing World

Khamis Juma Abdalla
2019 International Journal of Business and Applied Social Science  
As an entry point, this paper intends to draw the conception of the public sphere, whereby the notion of publics is vital on abstracting the sphere of the internet, in which abundant spheres meant for  ...  The emergence of new media with multiple platforms has abundantly adjusted the socio-political perspectives in such a way that our everyday conducts and professionalism point of views are entrenched over  ...  New Media & Society.  ... 
doi:10.33642/ijbass.v5n5p3 fatcat:mhcxs3ucxzf7xfomi3tmpxo6ji

Studying Web 2.0 Interactivity

Peter Mechant, Lieven De Marez
2012 International Journal of Interactive Communication Systems and Technologies  
Based on a conceptual analysis of interaction, a phrase omnipresent in the discourse on new communication technologies, the Internet and Web2.0 in particular, our framework can take into account the objective  ...  In order to gain insight in interactivity on Web2.0 platforms, and thus to assess the impact of Web2.0, we develop an analytical framework.  ...  In short, we can frame Web 2.0 as a medium that creates a new degree of agency in constructing engagement with online resources and with other Internet users.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijicst.2012070101 fatcat:uahctrfjp5bqjgeduppcmfmw24

Social Politics: Social Media as a public sphere for Jamaican University Students

Kevin Clarke
2016 Figshare  
The study does not support that students are using social media as a public sphere to participate in the political process.  ...  The growth of social media use in Jamaica has changed how people communicate with each other and how they participate in the democratic process.  ...  new public sphere."  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.3506807.v1 fatcat:oum5zjt6dresdkpa4fyk2ozcyi

Integrated communication 2.0 in municipal administration

Concepción Campillo-Alhama, Alba-María Martínez-Sala
2017 El Profesional de la Informacion  
Her research focuses on digital communication strategies in the public and private spheres, analyzing the impact of 2.0 models and social media.  ...  2.0, the implementation of the social web in the context of proximity and social media strategy.  ...  Through the issues, the territorial strategic lines materialize and gain visibility in the public sphere through the media.  ... 
doi:10.3145/epi.2017.may.17 fatcat:2syidfhrdfbhvom2wyfio6i5dm

The formation of an agonistic public sphere: Emotions, the Internet and news media in China

Jingrong Tong
2015 China Information  
An agonistic public sphere is being formed, which pivots on the expression of emotions, especially hatred, resentment, anger and compassion, both on the Internet and in the news media.  ...  This article discusses the importance of emotions to China's public life and the way in which the Internet and news media channels have publicized emotional outbursts by the public in China in recent years  ...  The formation of an agonistic public sphere The interaction between the Internet and the news media in China takes place in the public sphere.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0920203x15602863 fatcat:3o53ytaxrjetvgwh4eg457hcdq

Web 2.0, Prosumption, and Surveillance

Christian Fuchs
2010 Surveillance & Society  
The role of surveillance in web 2.0 is outlined based on the cycle of capital accumulation.  ...  The discussion of surveillance in web 2.0 is important because such platforms collect huge amounts of personal data in order to work. In this paper, first the example of Google Buzz is discussed.  ...  Acknowledgement The research presented in this paper was conducted in the project "Social Networking Sites in the Surveillance Society", funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF): project number P 22445  ... 
doi:10.24908/ss.v8i3.4165 fatcat:nxevkwclhndtjeg5pch3sxlhu4

Alienation 2.0 – Symptoms of Narcissism and Aggression [chapter]

2018 Social Capital Online: Alienation and Accumulation  
Apart from detailing the life of a 'typical US teen' growing up immersed in online social media, what may be considered very intriguing about the story was a description of her habits when using Instagram  ...  The ones that don't get enough likes, don't have good enough lighting or don't show the coolest moments in her life must be deleted (Contrera 2016, n.p.).  ...  (CMC), participatory journalism and the digital public sphere.  ... 
doi:10.16997/book16.f fatcat:fny7acenbra5rplqkyw7kevzha
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