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Unformatted Document Text:  News Innovation and the Negotiation of Participation 25 References Allan, S., & Thorsen, E. (Eds.). (2009). Citizen journalism: Global perspectives. New York: Peter Lang. Benton, J. (2010). 4/5 of news challenge apps are out; 9/10 of those left will be cut soon; knight planning 'news testing labs'. Nieman Journalism Lab [Web page]. Retrieved from Braun, J., & Gillespie, T. (2011). Hosting the public discourse, hosting the public: When online news and social media converge. Journalism Practice. Browne, H. (2010). Foundation-Funded journalism: Reasons to be wary of charitable support. Journalism Studies, 11(6), 889-903. Cappella, J. N., & Jamieson, K. H. (1997). Spiral of cynicism: The press and the public good. New York: Oxford University Press. Carey, J. W. (1987). The press and public discourse. The Center Magazine, 20(2), 4-16. Connell, C. (2010). Knight news challenge: Casting the net wide for innovation. Miami, FL: John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Retrieved from Cottle, S. (2007). Ethnography and news production: New(s) developments in the field*. Sociology Compass, 1(1), 1-16. Deuze, M. (2005). What is journalism? Professional identity and ideology of journalists reconsidered. Journalism, 6(4), 442-464. Deuze, M. (2006). Participation, remediation, bricolage: Considering principal components of a digital culture. The Information Society: An International Journal, 22(2), 63-75. doi:10.1080/01972240600567170 Domingo, D., Quandt, T., Heinonen, A., Paulussen, S., Singer, J. B., & Vujnovic, M. (2008). Participatory journalism practices in the media and beyond: An international comparative study of initiatives in online newspapers. Journalism Practice, 2(3), 326-342. Downie, L., & Schudson, M. (2009). The reconstruction of American journalism. New York: Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Fallows, J. M. (1996). Breaking the news: How the media undermine American democracy. New York: Pantheon Books. FSG Social Impact Advisors. (2010). Community and place-based foundations and the knight community information challenge. Retrieved from community-and-place-based-foundations-and-the-kcic.pdf Glasser, T. L. (Ed.). (1999). The idea of public journalism. New York: Guilford Press. Guensburg, C. (2008). Nonprofit news. American Journalism Review, 30(1), 26-33. Haas, T. (2007). The pursuit of public journalism: Theory, practice, and criticism. New York: Routledge. Hamilton, J. T. (2009). The road ahead for media hybrids: Report of the duke nonprofit media conference, May 4-5. DeWitt Wallace Center for Media and Democracy, the Duke Center for Strategic Philanthropy and Civil Society, and the Duke Center for the Study of Philanthropy and Voluntarism.

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News Innovation and the Negotiation of Participation 25 
Allan, S., & Thorsen, E. (Eds.). (2009). Citizen journalism: Global perspectives. New 
York: Peter Lang. 
Benton, J. (2010). 4/5 of news challenge apps are out; 9/10 of those left will be cut soon; 
knight planning 'news testing labs'. Nieman Journalism Lab [Web page]. 
Retrieved from
Braun, J., & Gillespie, T. (2011). Hosting the public discourse, hosting the public: When 
online news and social media converge. Journalism Practice.  
Browne, H. (2010). Foundation-Funded journalism: Reasons to be wary of charitable 
support. Journalism Studies11(6), 889-903. 
Cappella, J. N., & Jamieson, K. H. (1997). Spiral of cynicism: The press and the public 
good. New York: Oxford University Press. 
Carey, J. W. (1987). The press and public discourse. The Center Magazine20(2), 4-16. 
Connell, C. (2010). Knight news challenge: Casting the net wide for innovation. Miami, 
FL: John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Retrieved from 
Cottle, S. (2007). Ethnography and news production: New(s) developments in the field*. 
Sociology Compass1(1), 1-16. 
Deuze, M. (2005). What is journalism? Professional identity and ideology of journalists 
reconsidered. Journalism6(4), 442-464. 
Deuze, M. (2006). Participation, remediation, bricolage: Considering principal 
components of a digital culture. The Information Society: An International 
22(2), 63-75. doi:10.1080/01972240600567170 
Domingo, D., Quandt, T., Heinonen, A., Paulussen, S., Singer, J. B., & Vujnovic, M. 
(2008). Participatory journalism practices in the media and beyond: An 
international comparative study of initiatives in online newspapers. Journalism 
2(3), 326-342. 
Downie, L., & Schudson, M. (2009). The reconstruction of American journalism. New 
York: Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. 
Fallows, J. M. (1996). Breaking the news: How the media undermine American 
democracy. New York: Pantheon Books. 
FSG Social Impact Advisors. (2010). Community and place-based foundations and the 
knight community information challenge. Retrieved from community-and-place-
Glasser, T. L. (Ed.). (1999). The idea of public journalism. New York: Guilford Press. 
Guensburg, C. (2008). Nonprofit news. American Journalism Review30(1), 26-33. 
Haas, T. (2007). The pursuit of public journalism: Theory, practice, and criticism. New 
York: Routledge. 
Hamilton, J. T. (2009). The road ahead for media hybrids: Report of the duke nonprofit 
media conference, May 4-5. DeWitt Wallace Center for Media and Democracy, 
the Duke Center for Strategic Philanthropy and Civil Society, and the Duke 
Center for the Study of Philanthropy and Voluntarism. 

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