Coverart for item
The Resource A study of attitudes toward audience interaction in journalism : citizen-based reporting, John L. Morris

A study of attitudes toward audience interaction in journalism : citizen-based reporting, John L. Morris

Label
A study of attitudes toward audience interaction in journalism : citizen-based reporting
Title
A study of attitudes toward audience interaction in journalism
Title remainder
citizen-based reporting
Statement of responsibility
John L. Morris
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Morris, John L
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Mellen studies in journalism
Series volume
v. 1
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Reporters and reporting
  • Mass media
Label
A study of attitudes toward audience interaction in journalism : citizen-based reporting, John L. Morris
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 293-306) and index
Contents
  • Ch. 5.
  • App. 43.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Objective Reformers
  • App. 44.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Solution Finders
  • App. 45.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Independent Participants
  • App. 46.
  • Significant Differences in News Criteria
  • App. 47.
  • Significant Differences in Demographics
  • Methodology
  • Ch. 6.
  • Results
  • Ch. 7.
  • Conclusions
  • App. 1.
  • Competing Paradigms
  • App. 2.
  • Newspaper/TV Questionnaire
  • Ch. 1.
  • App. 3.
  • Q Sort Instructions
  • App. 4.
  • Q Sort Statements
  • App. 5.
  • Q Sort Recording Form
  • App. 6.
  • Intensity Rating Scales
  • App. 7.
  • Demographic Questionnaire
  • The Rise of the Internet
  • App. 8.
  • Unrotated Factor Matrix for Reporters
  • App. 9.
  • Rotated Factor Matrix for Reporters
  • App. 10.
  • Rank Statement Totals with Each Factor for Reporters
  • App. 11.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Objective Egalitarians and Independent Existentialists
  • App. 12.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Objective Egalitarians and Experimental Reformers
  • Ch. 2.
  • App. 13.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Objective Egalitarians and Solution Finders
  • App. 14.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Independent Existentialists and Experimental Reformers
  • App. 15.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Independent Existentialists and Solution Facilitators
  • App. 16.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Experimental Reformers and Solution Facilitators
  • App. 17.
  • Factor Q-Sort Values for Each Statement for Reporters
  • Symbolic Interaction
  • App. 18.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Objective Egalitarians
  • App. 19.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Independent Existentialists
  • App. 20.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Experimental Reformers
  • App. 21.
  • Distinguishing Statement for Solution Facilitators
  • App. 22.
  • Unrotated Factor Matrix for Consumers
  • Ch. 3.
  • App. 23.
  • Rotated Factor Matrix for Consumers
  • App. 24.
  • Rank Statement Totals with Each Factor for Consumers
  • App. 25.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Information Users and Consensus Builders
  • App. 26.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Information Users and Activist Reformers
  • App. 27.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Information Users and Problem Solvers
  • Construction of Meaning
  • App. 28.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Consensus Builders and Activist Reformers
  • App. 29.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Consensus Builders and Problem Solvers
  • App. 30.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Activist Reformers and Problem Solvers
  • App. 31.
  • Factor Q-Sort Values for Each Statement for Consumers
  • App. 32.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Information Users
  • Ch. 4.
  • App. 33.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Consensus Builders
  • App. 34.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Activist Reformers
  • App. 35.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Problem Solvers
  • App. 36.
  • Unrotated Factor Matrix for Second-Order Q Analysis
  • App. 37.
  • Rotated Factor Matrix for Second-Order Q Analysis
  • Converging Media
  • App. 38.
  • Rank Statement Totals with Each Second-Order Factor
  • App. 39.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Objective Reformers and Solution Finders
  • App. 40.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Objective Reformers and Solution Finders
  • App. 41.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Solution Finders and Independent Participants
  • App. 42.
  • Factor Q-Sort Values for Each Statement for Second-Order Analysis
Control code
6391249
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 310 p.
Isbn
9780773473089
Lccn
2001044147
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (DLC) 2001044147
  • 6391249
  • (BNAtoc) 2001044147
Label
A study of attitudes toward audience interaction in journalism : citizen-based reporting, John L. Morris
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 293-306) and index
Contents
  • Ch. 5.
  • App. 43.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Objective Reformers
  • App. 44.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Solution Finders
  • App. 45.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Independent Participants
  • App. 46.
  • Significant Differences in News Criteria
  • App. 47.
  • Significant Differences in Demographics
  • Methodology
  • Ch. 6.
  • Results
  • Ch. 7.
  • Conclusions
  • App. 1.
  • Competing Paradigms
  • App. 2.
  • Newspaper/TV Questionnaire
  • Ch. 1.
  • App. 3.
  • Q Sort Instructions
  • App. 4.
  • Q Sort Statements
  • App. 5.
  • Q Sort Recording Form
  • App. 6.
  • Intensity Rating Scales
  • App. 7.
  • Demographic Questionnaire
  • The Rise of the Internet
  • App. 8.
  • Unrotated Factor Matrix for Reporters
  • App. 9.
  • Rotated Factor Matrix for Reporters
  • App. 10.
  • Rank Statement Totals with Each Factor for Reporters
  • App. 11.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Objective Egalitarians and Independent Existentialists
  • App. 12.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Objective Egalitarians and Experimental Reformers
  • Ch. 2.
  • App. 13.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Objective Egalitarians and Solution Finders
  • App. 14.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Independent Existentialists and Experimental Reformers
  • App. 15.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Independent Existentialists and Solution Facilitators
  • App. 16.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Experimental Reformers and Solution Facilitators
  • App. 17.
  • Factor Q-Sort Values for Each Statement for Reporters
  • Symbolic Interaction
  • App. 18.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Objective Egalitarians
  • App. 19.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Independent Existentialists
  • App. 20.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Experimental Reformers
  • App. 21.
  • Distinguishing Statement for Solution Facilitators
  • App. 22.
  • Unrotated Factor Matrix for Consumers
  • Ch. 3.
  • App. 23.
  • Rotated Factor Matrix for Consumers
  • App. 24.
  • Rank Statement Totals with Each Factor for Consumers
  • App. 25.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Information Users and Consensus Builders
  • App. 26.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Information Users and Activist Reformers
  • App. 27.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Information Users and Problem Solvers
  • Construction of Meaning
  • App. 28.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Consensus Builders and Activist Reformers
  • App. 29.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Consensus Builders and Problem Solvers
  • App. 30.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Activist Reformers and Problem Solvers
  • App. 31.
  • Factor Q-Sort Values for Each Statement for Consumers
  • App. 32.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Information Users
  • Ch. 4.
  • App. 33.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Consensus Builders
  • App. 34.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Activist Reformers
  • App. 35.
  • Distinguishing Statements for Problem Solvers
  • App. 36.
  • Unrotated Factor Matrix for Second-Order Q Analysis
  • App. 37.
  • Rotated Factor Matrix for Second-Order Q Analysis
  • Converging Media
  • App. 38.
  • Rank Statement Totals with Each Second-Order Factor
  • App. 39.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Objective Reformers and Solution Finders
  • App. 40.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Objective Reformers and Solution Finders
  • App. 41.
  • Descending Array of Differences Between Solution Finders and Independent Participants
  • App. 42.
  • Factor Q-Sort Values for Each Statement for Second-Order Analysis
Control code
6391249
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 310 p.
Isbn
9780773473089
Lccn
2001044147
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (DLC) 2001044147
  • 6391249
  • (BNAtoc) 2001044147

Library Locations

    • Wellington LibraryBorrow it
      Wellington- Massey University Library, Block 5, 63 Wallace Street, Wellington, 6021, NZ
      -40.385395 175.617407
Processing Feedback ...