Underserved communities and digital discourse : getting voices heard / edited by Victoria L. LaPoe, Candi S. Carter Olson, and Benjamin R. LaPoe II.
- Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, an imprint of The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc., 
viii, 220 pages ; 24 cm
- Social media -- Social aspects -- United States.
Mass media and minorities.
Mass media and people with disabilities.
- "This book presents a series of case studies that evaluate the elevation and suppression of voices within marginalized and minority communities. It examines the use of digital media and its role in the construction of reality--specifically who is included, who is left out, and who feels they must remain silent"-- Provided by publisher.
- Introduction: community building in a digital era / Candi S. Carter Olson
"I became more aware of how divided America really is": social media use, fake news, and spiral of silence before and after the 2016 U.S. elections / Victoria L. LaPoe and Candi S. Carter Olson
"Absolutely nothing political in nature": perceptions of topics that were appropriate or "too controversial" for social media discussion around the 2016 U.S. presidential election / Candi S. Carter Olson and Victoria L. LaPoe
Digital communication as a promotion building community: scholars' use of social media for peer communication / Stine Eckert, Candi S. Carter Olson, and Victoria L. LaPoe
Community crisis and coverage: coping with newsroom compassion fatigue / Victoria L. LaPoe, Mary A. Bemker, Candi S. Carter Olson, Mary T. Rogus, and Nerissa Young
Digital crisis community communication: tweeting the first anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon oil disaster: responsibility, recovery, and commemoration / Victoria L. LaPoe and Andrea L. Miller
Gender and racial real-life discourse around fictional programs: sticking it to the mother myth: discussing race and gender in Nurse Jackie and HawthoRNe online / Benjamin R. LaPoe II, Victoria L. LaPoe, Daniel A. Berkowitz, and Mary A. Bemker
History and an international community perspective: "an afternoon with Signor Lynch": Roi Ottley's World War II frames / Benjamin R. LaPoe II and Jinx C. Broussard
The Black Press tweets / Benjamin R. LaPoe II and Katie Lever
Online momentum: priming in the Native American press / Benjamin R. LaPoe II and Victoria L. LaPoe
Ethics and reporting on native communities: going beyond the parachute story / Victoria L. LaPoe, Rebecca J. Tallent, Tristan Ahtone, and Benjamin R. LaPoe II
Conclusion: clarity: community building and coverage during convergence / Victoria L. LaPoe and Candi S. Carter Olson.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- LaPoe, Victoria, 1977- editor.
Carter Olson, Candi S., 1977- editor.
LaPoe, Benjamin Rex, editor.
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- Online version: Underserved communities and digital discourse
9781498585170 (ePub ebook)
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