EXPRESSIONS, IMPRESSIONS, AND REFLECTIONS: HOW ARE TECHNOLOGIES AFFECTING JOURNALISTS, THE CANDIDATES THEY COVER, AND THE ORDINARY CITIZEN WHO RELIES ON BOTH?
Technologies are changing the ways in which our political process works. Technology, politics, and individuals are inextricably linked. Journalists are able report and publish information at a rapid pace. Candidates are attempting to use technologies to their advantage. Ordinary citizens are able to take make their presence felt through new technologies. In contrast, the same technologies that help the aforementioned actors can act as a hindrance on the process. I employed an inductive/qualitative approach in an attempt to understand how technology is affecting journalists and what the implications to our political process are. I interviewed three subjects with experience in different fields of journalism to understand how our political and social narratives are being written, not just by journalists, but by political candidates and ordinary citizens. I look to the past, present, and the future in an attempt to better understand where we have been, where we are going, and if it changes our political process?
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