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This chapter is about getting past the mass media way of looking at blogs as bad diaries and bad journalism. Rettberg looks to history, literacy, social and cultural contexts. There are a number of topics in this chapter to consider and develop further.
This is how R outlines the matter: blogs engage in both the mass comm model of broadcast and the dialogic model of one to one exchange. But unlike print, blogs can talk back.
The means we have to tend blogs. Discussions can be ongoing if they are answered. 38-41. They can be extended by others who quote and comment on a post. Where the ideas go is not entirely up to you. Your ideas can get out and roll around.
We also have read blogs differently than reading mass distributed print. Dissemination defines the listener as passive receiver of a given meaning, just waiting for delivered wisdom. Dialogue rests on the co-construction of meaning - active, and the listener has to be enabled to do her part. 41
== Six features of print that changed culture ==
42 Rettberg uses these six so we can see the same features in blogs changing culture. We can see analogues in blogs.
== New kinds of literacy==
44 That we are more or less schooled and studied in.
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This chapter is about getting past the mass media way of looking at blogs as bad diaries and bad journalism. She looks to history, literacy, et al. Lots of topics in this chapter to consider and develop further.
This is how R outlines the matter:
> that blogs engage in both the mass comm model of broadcast and the dialogic model of one to one exchange.
But unlike print, blogs can talk back.
The means we have to tend them She points out that a blog has to be tended: discussions can be ongoing if they are answered. 38-41. They can be extended by others who quote and comment on a post. So, not entirely up to you. Your ideas can get out and roll around.
We also have read them differently than mass distributed print. Dissemination defines listener as passive receivers of a given meaning, just waiting for delivered wisdom. dialogue on co-construction of meaning - active, and enabled in doing her part. Flexible. 41
== Six features of print that changed culture 42 ==
She brings in this the idea so we can see the same features in blogs changing culture. We can see analogues in blogs.
== New kinds of literacy 44==
That we are more or less schooled and studied in.


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