|THE IMPORTANCE OF MEDIA REPRESENTATIONS ON THE FORMATION OF SOCIAL REALITY|
|Written by GEORGE LAZAROIU|
ABSTRACT. Deuze argues that the ensemble of technological and organizational attributes is a bit clearer to observe and define than the institutional structures of convergent news media. Harcup and O'Neill think that the involvement of an elite organization may generate news coverage of an event that may have been ignored had it involved a non-elite organization. As Quinn emphasizes, massive changes in content (caused by the availability of information in digital form) will produce massive changes in society's response to the issues of copyright, defamation, censorship and privacy.
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