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05/12/09 1 J310 Critical issues in journalism Journalism, citizenship and community
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05/12/09 2 Early “citizen journalists” The citizen and social change Samuel Adams, Journal of Occurrences Thomas Paine, Common Sense Journalism: “facilitating citizenship”
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05/12/09 3 Journalism and community Longing for community Modern society as mass society Society 2.0 Social capital and social trust
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05/12/09 4 Understanding social capital QuickTime and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture.
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05/12/09 5 social capital Social networks have value Putnam: "refers to the collective value of all ' social networks ' and the inclinations that arise from these networks to do things for each other"
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05/12/09 6 Measuring social capital Community activity Political engagement (voting) Volunteerism Informal sociability Social trust
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05/12/09 7 Social capital in the u.s.
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