Journal of Digital Research & Publishing Semester 1 2011 (5pm class)

17 February 2012

The Journal of Digital Communication and Culture is a publication created by students of ARIN6912 Digital Research and Publishing. This unit of study is part of the Master of Digital Communication and Culture taught by the Digital Cultures Program in the School of Letters, Art, and Media. For more information contact Chris Chesher ( CONTENTS (TITLE/AUTHOR):Digital Publishing: what we gain and what we lose (Shutong Wang) // Making Online Pay: the prospect of the paywall in a digital and networked economy (Yi Wang) // E-mail Spam: advantages and impacts in digital publishing (Haoyu Qian) // Advertising in the new media age (Quan Quan Chen) // Twitter Theatre: notes on theatre texts and social media platforms (Alejandra Montemayor Loyo) // The appearance and impacts of electronic magazines from the perspective of media production and consumption (Ting Xu) // Pirates Versus Ninjas: the implications of hacker culture for eBook publishing (Shannon Glass) // Online Library and Copyright Protection (Yang Guo) // Identities Collide: blogging blurs boundaries (Jessica Graham) // How to Use Sina Microblog for Brand Marketing (Jingjing Yu) // Inheriting the First Amendment: a comparative framing analysis of the opposition to online content regulation (Sebastian Dixon) // The Impact of Convergence Culture on News Publishing: the rise of the Blogger (Renae Englert) // The New Design of Digital Contents for Government Applications: new generations of citizens and smart phones applications (Lorena Hevia) // Solving the Digital Divide: how the National Broadband Network will impact inequality of online access in Australia (Michael Roberts) // The Blurring of Roles: journalists and citizens in the new media landscape (Nikki Bradley) // Wikileaks and its Spinoffs: new models of journalism or the new media gatekeepers? (Nadeemy Chen)