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Author Caple, Helen, author

Title Photojournalism disrupted : the view from Australia / Helen Caple
Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019
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Description 1 online resource (ix, 109 pages)
Contents Introduction: A decade of disruption -- Investigating visual sourcing practices : data and methodology -- Bearing witness to events of national significance -- Everyday photography : surveying the sourcing of photographs for routine reporting -- The view from the inside : interviews with industry professionals -- Professionals and amateurs : are we all in this together?
Summary "Photojournalism Disrupted addresses the unprecedented disruptions in photojournalism over the last decade, with a particular focus on the Australian news media context. Using a mixed methods approach, the book assesses the situation facing press photographers and their employers in the supply of professional imagery for news storytelling. Detailed qualitative case studies looking at special events and crisis reporting complement a longitudinal study of sourcing practices around everyday events. Additionally, interviews with industry professionals offer insights into how news organizations are managing significant structural change. Ultimately, the book argues that photojournalism is being reshaped in line with wider industrial disruptions that have led to the emergence of a highly casualized workforce. As a comprehensive study of contemporary photojournalism practices, Photojournalism Disrupted is ideal for scholars and students internationally, as well as (photo)journalists and media professionals"-- Provided by publisher
Analysis Deprofessionalization
Notes "Routledge Focus."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Helen Caple is an Australian Research Council DECRA Fellow and Senior Lecturer in Journalism at the University of New South Wales, Australia. Her research interests centre on news photography, text-image relations and discursive news values analysis. She is currently exploring the role of citizen photography in contemporary journalism. Helen has published in the area of photojournalism and social semiotics, including Photojournalism: A Social Semiotic Approach (2013). She is also the co-author (with Monika Bednarek) of two books examining the news media: News Discourse (2012), and The Discourse of News Values (2017)
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Subject Disruptive technologies
Organizational change
Photojournalists -- Interviews
Photojournalists -- Effect of technological innovations on -- Australia
Photojournalists -- Employment -- Australia
Vernacular photography -- Economic aspects
COMPUTERS / Digital Media / Photography
Disruptive technologies.
Organizational change.
PHOTOGRAPHY / Reference
Photojournalists.
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Media Studies
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Imaging Systems
Australia.
Genre/Form Interviews.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2019014288
ISBN 0429455461 electronic book
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