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Media Ecology of Citizen Journalism

Lili Li

Abstract


The development of everything is closely related to its ecological system. To be exact, it should be the ecological environment of things that gives birth to and promotes its growth. This rule also applies to citizen journalism. To study citizen journalism, it is necessary to make a systematic analysis of its ecosystem and explore the factors in the ecosystem affecting its formation and development. Only by clarifying the ecological background of the emergence and development of citizen journalism can citizen journalism be better applied.


Keywords


Citizen; News Media; Ecology

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/inm.v3i1.345

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