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social media, Twitter, mainstream media, professional journalists, journalistic guidelines, qualitative interviews, content analysis

Additional contributors: Rob McMahon Supervisor

Subject-Keyword: social media Twitter mainstream media professional journalists journalistic guidelines qualitative interviews content analysis

Type of item: Report

Language: English

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Date created: 2016-07-24

DOI: doi:10.7939-R3ZS2KG30

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Autor: Kamal, Hiba

Fuente: https://era.library.ualberta.ca/


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Running head: EXPLORING TWITTER’S IMPACT ON CANADIAN JOURNALISTS Twitter, as a Journalistic Tool: Exploring its Impact on Canadian Journalists By Hiba Kamal Submitted to the Faculty of Extension University of Alberta In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Masters of Arts in Communications and Technology July 24, 2016 EXPLORING TWITTER’S IMPACT ON CANADIAN JOURNALISTS Dedication To my Mom, Without with your unconditional support, I would not have been able to accomplish this… You are a true hero and my everlasting inspiration. To my husband, I am so grateful for having such a loving, caring, and wise friend and partner.
Thank you for always supporting my decisions. To my son, Theo, Since you were born, just few months after I started my graduate degree, you have been my inspiration to turn tiredness into enthusiasm and weakness into strength.
You have made every challenge an enjoyable experience. To my sister and family in- Law, Thank you for your always being the best family that anyone could ask for. i EXPLORING TWITTER’S IMPACT ON CANADIAN JOURNALISTS ii Acknowledgements First, I would like to thank my supervisor, Dr.
Rob McMahon for being my mentor throughout this capstone project.
Without his continuous guidance and advice, I would not have been able to successfully complete this paper.
I am so grateful for the knowledge and experience that I have earned throughout working with Dr.
McMahon. I would also like to express my gratitude to all the journalists, who participated in this study.
Thanks to Jana Pruden, Mark Connolly, Ryan Jespersen, and Stacey Brotzel, as well as other participants, who preferred to remain anonymous.
I appreciate each and every journalist, who despite their busy schedule was willing to participate and share significant aspects of their professional experience. Finally, thanks to all members of the MACT family, including professors, administrators, and students for their contributions making the...





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