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ABSTRACT. Payne claims that a concatenated set of structural and social forces contribute to homogenization of mass media news content. Braman observes that events are predictable and yield a limited, predetermined set of outcomes. Bird does not see tabloid consumption as essentially subversive or transgressive, and does not see enjoyment of tabloid-style news as a symptom of mindlessness. According to Bowman and Willis, participatory journalism arises from the result of many simultaneous, distributed conversations.

 

GEORGE LAZAROIU
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Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies in
Humanities and Social Sciences, New York
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