Mark Deuze
TitleCited byYear
Convergence culture
H Jenkins, M Deuze
Convergence 14 (1), 5-12, 2008
183622008
What is journalism? Professional identity and ideology of journalists reconsidered
M Deuze
Journalism 6 (4), 442-464, 2005
19042005
Media work
M Deuze
John Wiley & Sons, 2013
14092013
The web and its journalisms: considering the consequences of different types of newsmedia online
M Deuze
New media & society 5 (2), 203-230, 2003
10962003
Media life
M Deuze
Media, Culture & Society 33 (1), 137-148, 2011
7592011
Participation, remediation, bricolage: Considering principal components of a digital culture
M Deuze
The information society 22 (2), 63-75, 2006
7562006
What is multimedia journalism?
M Deuze
Journalism studies 5 (2), 139-152, 2004
6372004
'Network journalism': converging competencies of old and new media professionals.
J Bardoel, M Deuze
Australian journalism review 23 (2), 91, 2001
5192001
Preparing for an age of participatory news
M Deuze, A Bruns, C Neuberger
Journalism practice 1 (3), 322-338, 2007
4762007
Convergence culture in the creative industries
M Deuze
International journal of cultural studies 10 (2), 243-263, 2007
3612007
The changing context of news work: Liquid journalism for a monitorial citizenry
M Deuze
International journal of Communication 2, 18, 2008
3512008
Online journalism: Modelling the first generation of news media on the World Wide Web
M Deuze
First Monday 6 (10), 2001
2902001
Journalism and the Web: An analysis of skills and standards in an online environment
M Deuze
Gazette (Leiden, Netherlands) 61 (5), 373-390, 1999
2891999
Indymedia journalism: A radical way of making, selecting and sharing news?
S Platon, M Deuze
Journalism 4 (3), 336-355, 2003
2752003
Global journalism education: A conceptual approach
M Deuze
Journalism studies 7 (1), 19-34, 2006
2692006
Co-creative labour
J Banks, M Deuze
International journal of cultural studies 12 (5), 419-431, 2009
2632009
Ethnic media, community media and participatory culture
M Deuze
Journalism 7 (3), 262-280, 2006
2542006
Understanding journalism as newswork: How it changes, and how it remains the same
M Deuze
Westminster papers in communication & culture 5 (2), 2008
2392008
National news cultures: A comparison of Dutch, German, British, Australian, and US journalists
M Deuze
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 79 (1), 134-149, 2002
2262002
Popular journalism and professional ideology: tabloid reporters and editors speak out
M Deuze
Media, Culture & Society 27 (6), 861-882, 2005
1762005
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