Download Blogging (2nd Edition) (Digital Media and Society) by Jill Walker Rettberg PDF

Download Blogging (2nd Edition) (Digital Media and Society) by Jill Walker Rettberg PDF

By Jill Walker Rettberg

Completely revised and up to date, this re-creation of Blogging provides an obtainable research of a now daily phenomenon and areas it in a old, theoretical and modern context. the second one version takes under consideration the newest examine and advancements and offers present analyses of latest instruments for microblogging and visible blogging.

Jill Walker Rettberg discusses the methods blogs are built-in into today's mainstream social media ecology, the place reviews and hyperlinks from Twitter and fb might be extra vital than the community among blogs that used to be major 5 years in the past, and questions the shift in the direction of elevated commercialization and company keep watch over of blogs. the hot version additionally analyses how shrewdpermanent telephones with cameras and social media have led a shift in the direction of extra visible emphasis in blogs, with images and portraits more and more foregrounded.

Authored by means of a scholar-blogger, this attractive e-book is choked with examples that convey how running a blog and comparable genres are altering media and verbal exchange. It offers definitions and explains how blogs paintings, indicates how blogs relate to the old improvement of publishing and communique and appears on the methods blogs constitution social networks.

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This third edition has taken account of the considerable changes that have taken place in the scientific publishing world since the second edition, in process and technology. Publications such as the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) guidelines on authorship, best practice and ethics have been widely accepted by journals. New models of peer review are evolving. Open-access publishing is now the norm. Information technology has leapt forwards, providing a greater variety of online opportunities to communicate and share information, and giving us more powerful software and tools for writing.

Authors can also publish via the ‘green’ open-access route Funding for gold open access may not always be available, and authors may have the option to publish through the ‘green’ open-access route. This is based on the traditional publication route funded by journal subscribers, and copyright of the article is usually still held by the journal. Via the journal’s website, the final full-text article is only available to subscribers or to those prepared to pay a fee. In ‘green’ open access, journals may make an article freely available on their own website after a specified period (typically six months), and/or allow authors to make a peer-reviewed version of the article available via a subject or institutional repository (see below) after an embargo period.

Be prepared to make revisions Once the reviewers have commented on the paper, the editor will inform you of the fate of your paper. You may be told that it: • has been rejected outright • has been accepted (usually subject to at least minor revisions) • has been rejected, but may be reconsidered if various revisions can be made. It is very unusual for a paper to be accepted exactly as it stands. Reviewers are normally asked to provide detailed comments, either to help the author understand the reasons for rejection or to explain the revisions required.

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