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advantages and disadvantages of citizen journalists What advantages and disadvantages do citizen journalists pose for mainstream media?
Discussing the Growing Movement Citizen journalism is an activity that is becoming increasingly popular in modern society.
Benefits or Consequences of citizen journalism Citizen journalism can easily be linked to mobile devices, because it is such a quick way to “journal” what is going on at that particular time.
What is citizen journalism? Citizen journalism refers to any type of news gathering and reporting -- writing and publishing articles about a newsworthy topic, or posting photographs or video of a newsworthy event

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Social Media And Mobile: The Perfect Addiction

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Smartphone Addiction

With every passing day, technology is overtaking our daily lives. Regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, career or economic status, you're probably packing a smartphone right now.

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How Cell Phones Are Killing Face-to-Face Interactions

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