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Online newspapers: A substitute or complement for print newspapers and other information channels? ESTER DE WAAL, KLAUS SCHÖNBACH and EDMUND LAUF Abstract Research suggests that online newspapers are not as good as their printed counterparts in widening the range of topics their audience is aware of. But should we be concerned about that? So far, visiting online newspapers does not seem to be a substitute for reading traditional newspapers. But the evidence is scarce; only a few studies specifically look at the impact of online newspapers. In this study we look

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This paper examines English-language online newspapers from the UK, the USA and Australia and analyses the images of news articles about migration. To do so, the newspapers The Guardian, USA Today and The Sydney Morning Herald have been chosen and news articles collected in August 2016. The corpus consists of 650 news articles comprising about half a million of words. From these, 1,300 images have been extracted, sorted into migration- and not migration-related images and then grouped thematically. Selected and high-frequency categories are examined in more detail, example images analysed more closely, and patterns found and common characteristics are discussed. Investigating a larger image corpus is rare in discourse analysis and is still missing for migration-related issues.

ONLINE NEWSPAPERS: A NEW ERA Ed King British Library Abstract This paper will be in two parts: the first will be a brief survey of current newspapers online throughout the world. It will attempt to: • provide some information regarding the archiving of information held within online newspapers. • Show how far screen technology and software has removed users from the form of the presentation of information traditionally presented upon printed newspaper • To explore briefly the role of interactive/ dynamic updates to live screen feeds

DE GRUYTER MOUTON Communications 2014; 39(4): 483–503 Dilruba Çatalbaş Ürper and Tolga Çevikel Reader comments on mainstream online newspapers in Turkey: Perceptions of web editors and moderators Abstract: This paper is a qualitative empirical study of the perceptions of web editors and moderators about reader comments. Drawing from the insights pro- vided by nineteen in-depth interviews with newsroom staff, we contend that reader comments have so far made little impact on the practices of traditional journalism in Turkey and that their promise to foster more

Johnson and Milani 2010 ) typically draw on a corpus of articles or broadcasts. In this study I take a different approach by focusing on a single online newspaper article and analysing the reader comments that were posted in response. The article attracted 130 comments from 91 different readers, creating a corpus of around 8,000 words. Of the 91 readers, 26 were identifiable as native speakers and 12 as non-native speakers, either through explicit self-identification or through other clues (e.g. “We are such pathetic monoglots”), either in the quoted comments or other

References Final Evaluation Report of the Cost Action 20. (2006) Draft Version. London. Wurff, R.v.d. & Lauf, E. (eds) (2005) Print and Online Newspapers in Europe. A Comparative Analysis in 16 Countries. EU-COST a 20. Amsterdam: Het Spinhuis

M. Dolores Porto Requejo and Isabel Alonso Belmonte Genres and online newspapers: Newsbites from a socio-cognitive perspective “Genres are sites of contention between stability and change. As products of dynamic societies, they are influenced by social structures, by changing social systems and not least by the rapidly growing technological development in modern society. As dynamic constructs, genres change with changes in society, and new genres emerge as a product of new technology. This creates a continual need for research in the changing nature of old genres

HARVESTING OF ONLINE NEWSPAPERS AT THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SWEDEN Allan Arvidson and Oskar Grenholm The web harvesting activity at the National Library of Sweden, named «Kulturarw3», start- ed as a project in 1996. In the beginning the effort was concentrated towards downloads of the complete Swedish web space. The first download was completed in 1997, yielding about 3 million web pages. The total amount of data saved was about 160 GByte. This proj- ect has since then been continued as a regular activity. In 2002 the harvesting was expanded to include also online

ALL NEWS BUT NO PAPER – HARVESTING SWEDISH ONLINE NEWSPAPERS Pär Nilsson National Library of Sweden Abstract The National Library of Sweden has been harvesting Swedish web sites since 1997 in a project called Kulturarw3. The harvester has so far completed 14 collection cycles. In September 2004 a daily harvesting of the web sites of Swedish newspapers was begun. This paper will examine the results so far of the harvesting process for the Swedish newspaper sites, compare the results with those achieved by the Internet Archive and

Simona Șimon 3 Necessary and Luxury English Loanwords in Some Romanian Online Newspapers and Magazines 3.1 Introduction After the 1989 fall of the communist regime, but particularly after the 2007 accession to the European Union, Romania has kept on strengthening the socio-economic, cultural, religious, and political ties with the rest of the world. In such a situation, ‘a “contact language” between persons who share neither a common native tongue nor a common (national) culture’ (Firth, 1996: 240) was obviously needed. As English is the 21st century