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Journalists in New Zealand

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Many of the changes in journalism in the past 10 years have global ramifications beyond their impact on journalism in a small South Pacific nation of 4 million people. Such changes include the impact of technological innovation on both workplace practice and continuing viability of the mainstream media (newspapers and magazines, in particular), intensified financial pressures on media institutions both large and small, the changing nature of audiences and their media consumption, the emergence of transparently partisan journalism, and the proliferation of quasijournalistic online news sites.
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Hollings, J. & Lealand, G. (2012). In D.H Weaver & L. Willnat (Eds.), Global Journalist in the 21st Century (pp 126-137). Florence, KY, USA: Taylor and Francis.
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2012
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Taylor & Francis
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