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'Citizen Journalism- Scenarios for the future' gathers a selection of texts produced by participants in the discus- sion on Citzen Journalism that took place in 2008 in Ghent. Before setting the... More > frame of the discussion the scientific committee working on the blogboat event looked for a useful definition of Citizen Journalism. It has been decided to use the definition currently proposed by Jay Rosen: “When the people formerly known as the audience employ the press tools they have in their possession to inform one another, that’s citizen journalism.” (Pressthink, www.journalism.nyu.edu/)< Less
The Citizen's Biscuit Tin
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“The Citizen’s Biscuit Tin” would have received stellar backcover praise were it not that so many great Joycean scholars the likes of Anthony Burgess, Ronald Symond and Hugh Kenner... More > have died, and are no longer around. This third outing under the JayJay Jouissance Series is a conceptualist novella by Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé. The JayJay Jouissance Series is composed of several conceptualist novellas, each taking on an image from an episode in Joyce’s Ulysses for its title. This installment takes its image from “Cyclops”. For Jacques Lacan, “jouissance” is not mere “enjoyment”, but rather “painful pleasure”. JayJay is “the funny and lovable person in the room everyone can’t help but adore”. Its initialized form “JJ” means “Just Joking”. It is also a pseudonym for the modernist writer James Joyce. This book has its text written on texture, the visual or implied texture of one empty page after another. It is an invitation to fill in the blanks.< Less
Citizen of Atlas - Second Edition
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Imagine visiting a whole other world twenty years in the future each time you go to sleep at night. This is the story of Ethan Danes: A paranoid doomsday fear mongerer whose life is about to change... More > forever.
Through his own personal journal, Ethan documents his experiences exploring a futuristic city that is completely devoid of the monetary system, corruption and fear. Through this experience, Ethan meets his guide that takes him on a tour throughout the city. A beautiful young woman named Anica. Ethan sees first hand how evolved the human race has become as they merged together through a greater higher consciousness.
Surprises await Ethan that literally go beyond his wild imagination. Experiences that will bring him into a level of understanding he never would of thought possible through the splendor of Atlas City.< Less
Passport: Citizen of the Kingdom of God
This is an excellent tool for all believers. It also provides an excellent study and teaching journal for new converts and those who are beginning to enjoy witnessing for Christ. In Mark 16:15... More > -18, Jesus tells His disciples to go out into the world and preach the gospel. This call to be witnesses of the Gospel of Jesus continues to all believers today. However, in order to leave our borders and become witnesses to other nations, we must have a passport. The Kingdom of God Passport serves as a practical reminder for all believers to get busy, get out, and witness as commanded. It also contains valuable information to help the believer in his/her witness. Because believers are not just citizens of this world, they should carry their Kingdom of God Passport at all times. You must get yours today. Remember; do not be ashamed to carry it at all times.< Less
News Literacy, Informed Citizens and Consumer-Driven Media: The Future Landscape of American Journalism
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Today, Americans face the challenge of information overload through increasingly accessible mediums, making it harder to identify valuable information and to move fluently and efficiently through... More > social media, news and entertainment platforms. And yet, because of this profound connectivity, user engagement levels are at an all-time high. Individual consumers have more power than ever to shape the changing digital world and demand high-quality information merely by connecting with news sources online.
It is of utmost importance, then, that this very consumer class is as informed and educated as possible in regards to the value of accurate, verified journalism and high-quality reporting, in order to demand a better journalistic product and to fulfill the American ideal of an informed, engaged citizenry.< Less