OPINION LEADERS highly exposed to and actively using media source of viable

Opinion leaders highly exposed to and actively using

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OPINION LEADERS highly exposed to and actively using media source of viable interpretation of messages for lower- end media users opinions are accepted by a group
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PEOPLE AS MEDIA: OPINION LEADERS The Two- step Flow Com munication Model (1944) Paul Lazarsfeld, Bernard Berelson, and Hazel Gaudet Photo Credit: htt p ://stu d y . com/ a cade my/les s on/tw o - step- flow- communication- model.html
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PEOPLE AS MEDIA CITIZEN JOURNALISM People without professional journalism training can use the tools of modern technology and internet to create, augment or fact-check media on their own or in collaboration with others. Photo Credit: - citizen-journalism-means-for-your-company/
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PEOPLE AS MEDIA: CITIZEN JOURNALISM Photo Credit: https: / / m e diu m . com/ @ s teph enkhan /move- over- citizen- journalism - here- comes- smart- journalism - ace72f97a389# .sken4rj5m
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PEOPLEAS MEDIA SOCIAL JOURNALISM Journalists are using social media to make their content available to more people. Photo Credit: - papers/social-journalism-study/
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FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT CARTOON ANALYSIS: SOCIAL JOURNALISM Source: - social-media-are-driving-the-information-revolution/
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FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT: RECITATION What are the similarities and differences between citizen journalism and social journalism?
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PEOPLE AS MEDIA CROWDSOURCING the practice of obtaining needed services, ideas, or content by soliciting contributions from a large group of people and especially from online community (Source: https :// m- the Photo Credit: rowdsourcing-how-to-hire-the-world webster.com/dictionary/crowdsourcing)
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EXAMPLE OF CROWDSOURCING Photo Credit: https ://
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PEOPLE IN MEDIA media practitioners provide information coming from their expert knowledge or first- hand experience of events Photo Credit:
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PEOPLE IN MEDIA TYPES OF JOURNALIST BY MEDIUM Print Journalists Photojournalists Broadcast Journalists Multimedia Journalist Photo Credit: -
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