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Proceedings Article: BibTeX citation key:  lih.88
Lih Andrew « Participatory Journalism and Asia : From Web Logs to Wikipedia ». In 13th Asian Media Information & Communications Centre Annual Conference: ICT & Media Inputs & Development Outcomes, Asian Media Information & Communications Centre, Bangkok, Thailand, juillet 2004 30.
Added by: Khatira Odin 2005-06-10 10:56:36    Last edited by: Khatira Odin 2005-06-10 10:56:36
Categories: 5. économie et modèles éditoriaux
Keywords: journalisme, Wikipedia
Creators: Lih
Publisher: Asian Media Information & Communications Centre (Bangkok, Thailand)
Collection: 13th Asian Media Information & Communications Centre Annual Conference: ICT & Media Inputs & Development Outcomes

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Abstract
With a wide range of media environments and press freedoms, Asia provides a
rich setting for studying the emergence of participatory journalism. This paper
describes the origins and evolution towards one-to-many and many-to-many online
participatory journalism, by focusing on the evolution of web logs and the largest
project to date - Wikipedia. This multilingual, Internet-based electronic encyclopedia has been created by thousands of ordinary Internet users. It has achieved this by presenting a low barrier to participation, allowing anyone to edit any page in the Web site. In just three years, it has gained a large following and is available in over 50 different languages. The paper examines the evolution of participatory journalism projects and the implications for the Asia region.
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Further information may be found at:
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