'Social Journalism' Studie 2012-2013 - Deutschland

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Pole, K., Gulyas, A., Rehkopf, F., Cision Germany and Canterbury Christ Church University 2013. 'Social Journalism' Studie 2012-2013 - Deutschland. Frankfurt Cision Germany.
AuthorsPole, K., Gulyas, A., Rehkopf, F., Cision Germany and Canterbury Christ Church University
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This report chart the use, attitudes, behaviours and views of German journalists towards social media.

Year2013
PublisherCision Germany
Place of publicationFrankfurt
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Accepted07 Sep 2013
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