Journalism After Snowden is an essential read for citizens, journalists, and academics in search of perspective on the need for and threats to investigative journalism in an age of heightened surveillance. The book features contributions from key players in the initial reporting of the NSA files, including former editor-in-chief of The Guardian, Alan Rusbridger; ex-New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson; legal scholar and journalist Glenn Greenwald; and Edward Snowden. Other contributors include dean of Columbia Graduate School of Journalism Steve Coll, Internet and society scholar Clay Shirky, legal scholar Cass Sunstein, and journalist Julia Angwin. Topics discussed include the protection of sources, digital security practices, the legal rights of journalists, access to classified data, interpreting journalistic privilege in the digital age, and understanding the impact of the Internet and telecommunications policy on journalism.
Emily Bell is professor of professional practice and director of the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at the Columbia Journalism School. Taylor Owen is an assistant professor of digital media and global affairs at the University of British Columbia. Smitha Khorana is a journalist and fellow at the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at the Columbia Journalism School. Jennifer R. Henrichsen is a Ph.D. student at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania and the former Program & Research Coordinator of Journalism After Snowden at the Tow Center for Digital Journalism.
|Herausgeber||Emily Bell, Taylor Owen|
|Reihe||Columbia Journalism Review Boo|
|Verlag||Columbia University Press|
|Maße (L/B/H)||22,8/15,1/2 cm|