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Trump and the media
Éditeur The MIT Press
Année 2018
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Introduction / Pablo J. Boczkowski & Zizi Papacharissi ; Journalism in question. Why journalism in the age of Trump shouldn't surprise us / Barbie Zelizer ; Alternative facts: Donald Trump and the emergence of a new U.S. media regime / Michael X. Delli Carpini ; Trump and the great disruption in public communication / Silvio Waisbord, Tina Tucker, and Zoey Lichtenheld ; Empirical failures: data journalism, cultural identity, and the Trump campaign / Chris W. Anderson ; My very own alternative facts about journalism / Michael Schudson ; Who's playing who? media manipulation in an era of Trump / Robyn Caplan and Danah Boyd ; Lessons from the paparazzi: rethinking photojournalistic coverage of Trump / Andrew l. Mendelson ; Emotion, populism, and media events. The importance of being a headline / Zizi Papacharissi ; Public displays of disaffection: the emotional politics of Donald Trump / Karin Wahl-Jorgensen ; Facts (almost) never win over myths / Julia Sonnevend ; The media are about identity, not information / Daniel Kreiss ; Anticipating news: what Trump teaches us about how the networked press can and should imagine / Mike Ananny ; Media projections and Trump's election: a self-defeating prophecy? / Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt ; Creeping toward authoritarianism? / Katy E. Pearce ; Why technology matters. The potential of networked solidarity: communication at the end of the long twentieth century / Gina Neff ; Breaking the rules of political communication: Trump's successes and miscalculations / Susan J. Douglas ; Trump on Twitter: how a medium designed for democracy became an authoritarian's mouthpiece / Fred Turner ; Tweeting all the way to the White House / Josh Cowls & Ralph Schroeder ; Social media or social inequality: Trump's unexpected election / Keith N. Hampton ; How interactivity can build transparency: what tech can teach us about rebuilding media trust / Nikki Usher ; Pathways ahead. The center of the universe no more: from the self-centered stance of the past to the relational mindset of the future / Pablo J. Boczkowski & Seth C. Lewis ; Trump, journalists, and social networks of trust / Sue Robinson ; When commercialism trumps democracy: media pathologies and the rise of the misinformation society / Victor Pickard ; Making journalism great again: Trump and the new rise of news activism / Adrienne Russell ; The case for campaign journalism / Rodney Benson ; We all stand together or we all fall apart: on the need for an adversarial press in the age of Trump / Dave Karpf
The election of Donald Trump and the great disruption in the news and social media. Donald Trump's election as the 45th President of the United States came as something of a surprise--to many analysts, journalists, and voters. The New York Times's The Upshot gave Hillary Clinton an 85 percent chance of winning the White House even as the returns began to come in. What happened? And what role did the news and social media play in the election? In Trump and the Media, journalism and technology experts grapple with these questions in a series of short, thought-provoking essays. Considering the disruption of the media landscape, the disconnect between many voters and the established news outlets, the emergence of fake news and "alternative facts," and Trump's own use of social media, these essays provide a window onto broader transformations in the relationship between information and politics in the twenty-first century. The contributors find historical roots to current events in Cold War notions of "us" versus "them," trace the genealogy of the assault on facts, and chart the collapse of traditional news gatekeepers. They consider such topics as Trump's tweets (diagnosed by one writer as "Twitterosis") and the constant media exposure given to Trump during the campaign. They propose photojournalists as visual fact checkers ("lessons of the paparazzi") and debate whether Trump's administration is authoritarian or just authoritarian-like. Finally, they consider future strategies for the news and social media to improve the quality of democratic life. Contributors Mike Ananny, Chris W. Anderson, Rodney Benson, Pablo J. Boczkowski, danah boyd, Robyn Caplan, Michael X. Delli Carpini, Josh Cowls, Susan J. Douglas, Keith N. Hampton, Dave Karpf, Daniel Kreiss, Seth C. Lewis, Zoey Lichtenheld, Andrew L. Mendelson, Gina Neff, Zizi Papacharissi, Katy E. Pearce, Victor Pickard, Sue Robinson, Adrienne Russell, Ralph Schroeder, Michael Schudson, Julia Sonnevend, Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt, Tina Tucker, Fred Turner, Nikki Usher, Karin Wahl-Jorgensen, Silvio Waisbord, Barbie Zelizer
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