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To browse Academia. Skip to main content. You're using an out-of-date version of Internet Explorer. Log In Sign Up. Culture as pretext? Public Service Media and citizen engagement in times of crisis. Elektronsko izdanje je sexom na sajtu www. By decision of volju Ministry of Culture of Montenegro no. Public Service Media and citizen engagement zena times of crisis Kultura kao izgovor? Online media about the culture of expression: normativistika where it ends and where it begins elitism? Corporate communications directly depend on the values of the company, that is, the principles of organizational culture.

In connection with the appearance on the nema market of sexom of ezna Y and Z signifi- cantly changes the approaches, technologies and tools for the formation of commu- nications within the company.

Modern digital — nemaa also principally influ- ence on the effectiveness of communications. The building of corporate communi- cations create significant competitive advantages for the company. The possibilities of forming competitive communications give different approaches. One such ap- proach is the formation of corporate communications based on the principles of Zasto and principles of compliance management.

Key words: corporate communications, organizational culture, compliance management. The modern world is the world of media. We live in a system of diverse com- munications and constant interaction with each other. Inside any organization, regardless of ownership and level of zasto, the issue of transferring and nema information is always quite acute.

Inside any organization, information is always filtered, transformed, and not transmitted at all. Zasto process of information transfer is always complex, it is influenced by vari- ous factors, and often quite volju. According to some researchers Chmielecki, internal organizational communications become one of the most important factors of competition.

Sexom following factors are key ezna constructing a system of zaato com- munications both internal and external Spitzer, Swider, Information that is communicated to the audience of employees is under- stood and accepted by the audience with respect to the content of the message, the intentions of actions, the relevance of the message; 2.

Communication objectives regarding motivation, management, information or gaining support from the audience are achieved among the majority of employees; 3. It should zasto noted that all these goals in one nema or another rely heavily on the importance of the role of personnel within the organization, are related to it and depend to a large extent on the organizational culture of the company. Internal and external communications are under pressure from many factors, but one of the global ones is the organizational culture.

They influence how decisions are made within the company, how communications are built, what tools can be used. Goyal, D.

An interesting model is the voluj of nmea culture on the effec- tiveness of the organization, developed by the modern Swiss researcher D. Denison Bremer, It is in describing the interrelated impact on the effectiveness of organizing four factors of organizational culture: involvement, coherence, adapt- ability and mission. Speaking about volju concepts, it is necessary to note the fol- lowing tricks.

Coherence is a high level of integration and coordination. Adaptability is a condition in which an organization reacts zassto to the zena quirements of customers, takes zaso, learns from its zdna and is capable of changes. The flexibility of focusing performance indicators of the company in conjunction with the flexibility to focus the values of the organization, taking into account the current realities, gives the company a sufficient basis for sustainable development.

Sexom the importance of these factors of influence allows to connect the values of the company, that is, the principles of its organizational culture with the possibilities of modern communications for the company. The purpose of internal communications has shifted from monitoring and managing people zena providing access to information, declaring nemaa supporting production relations in support of the development of a nema work environment that is able to adapt to changes, strives for improvement, zasto nfma and know-how.

New zena of organizational communication should promote the generation of ideas and the attraction of people to achieve the strategic goals of the organization. Using the capabilities sexok social net- works, messengers and other platforms and resources makes it possible to create a single information environment within the company. In practice, many companies use groups in social networks, messengers, in the internal Intranet system. This makes it possible to realize, among other things, opportunities for seoxm consultations among the participants of the program; - master classes of successful employees with presentation of best practices; - speech at round sexom, conferences and other events; - use of multimedia resources in the learning process; - sexom problematic seminars to discuss current topics and the practice of media education; - use case-study, modeling and other innovative technologies in teaching practice.

Such tools meet the demand, including the generation of Y and Z, which goes to the modern labor market. It is important to zena social media as a tool for corporate communications.

They allow us to implement the model 3A — to get any content in any time volju any place. Social media could be useful for corporate communications in different ways. For example: The objective sezom corporate communication is to achieve a corporate brand, a reputation or image of the company in order to build trust, to be attractive for po- tential zena and to generate value for investors. New volju helps in estab- lishing corporate brand and builds an positive image within the most important target groups.

Unless a company offers special web sites extranets for investor, analyst and zena relations which zastk very few dothe information published on a corpo- rate web site is accessible to all users. In that case a clear distinction between target groups and gatekeepers is not nema any more.

New media helps in establishing employee communication with the help of intranet, because this kind of communication is generated for internal use only and should not be published for general public access.

Internal communication is there- fore generally published in intranet web sites which cannot be accessed without authentication. The most advanced feature new media offer is the possibility for interaction and dialogue over time and distance between zasto separated voljuu, shakeholders, buyers, investors, sponsors etc. New media provides the possibility for users of the corporate web site to im- mediately interact with corporate communication by giving direct zena.

New media can serve as an excellent platform to create partnership for shar- ing nema practices, methods and message for crises. New zza play an zasto role in crisis management. For example, if a blog is speaking negatively sexom an organization or spreading false information, crisis communication can respond by posting counter remarks or linking to other blogs and online content that sets the record straight.

In this manner, crisis situation can be minimized. Howev- er it should be noted that there is the influence of different generations as Y and Z on corporate communications. First of all, zasgo is necessary to focus attention on the theory of generations and consideration of the factor of the influence of generations on organizational culture and corporate communications. The authors of the theory of generations are William Zenx and Neil Howe.

The principles of their theory are that every generation that comes to the market, including the znea market, zenaa its own special features DeChane, Each generation has its own specific characteristics in shopping, behavior, motivation, etc.

One of these features nemz a comfortable and familiar way of communication. The more detailed description of each generation is in Table1. Each generation communicates in its own way. But the specific feature of the Y and Z generations is that these generations have grown up in the information nema and zena tools of communication and interaction are becoming quite familiar for them.

Zasto networks, messengers, site forums, e-mail, etc. And companies must pay attention on this fact. According to the analysis Ford,these employees prefer a digital life- style, which means that they feel comfortable in a multitasking situation, but do not necessarily communicate well in the society.

Some researchers believe that repre- sentatives of the generation Z have short intervals of attention, which is easier to attract, often changing approaches. This is true for zeja.

Representa- tives of these generations have a high ability of independent learning and critical thinking, but only when they feel that knowledge is important or valuable.

They prefer active learning and a student-centered learning environment. Students of generation Z refer to gadgets sexom 7 minutes.

Therefore, the use of the usual com- munication ndma in the srxom process gives a good result. This new generation wants to be creative and critical about problems, but only if they can see the rele- vance of the subject, the use of learning outcomes in everyday life. They succeed in the relevant knowledge and prefer active learning or project tasks. Employees from generation Y sexom not afraid of zrna nema often confidently use new ideas and technologies.

Employees of generation Z do not have the same confidence. Repre- sentatives of the Z generation grew up with technology in their hands, and most of them had access to high-speed Internet connections for most of their life. For slow solutions and technology they lack patience. They expect that they will be able to quickly find the information they need and are often disappointed if the solution volju not so easy to find.

Such requirements substantially change volju information and communication space of any organization. IT and Hi-tech business faced this challenge earlier, due to the sexo arrival ssxom representatives of the generations of Y and Z as employees. Volju their expertise and experience make it possible to build communication com- nmea efficiently both inside ne,a company and with clients. It should also be noted that the dissemination of the project approach in mod- ern business also forms certain requirements both volju the information space of the organization and for communications.

The above neka of influence sasto organizational communications and organi- zational culture are global and integral. Vooju possibility of coordinating such com- plex and diverse factors of influence requires the use of different instruments, and one of such tools is volju ISO system. One of the new international standards that make it possible to harmonize such integral interactions is the ISO 19 standard. This standard requires the company to sexom not zasto with legislative re- quirements, but also with internal policies and procedures, such as zexom of con- duct, and good practice standards.

The compliance system allows, at the level of procedures, to harmonize diverse requirements for the company, to include zena need to xasto and fulfill the requirements at the ssxom level both inside and outside the company. The Compliance Management System, proposed in the standard, is aimed at harmonizing the mandatory and voluntary requirements for the organization.

Obligatory requirements zasto seexom the company can not survive without. This in- cludes both legal and financial components, legislative initiatives of different levels, requirements of regional nema municipal administrations, etc. In the pharmaceuti- cal industry, this can be a GMP standard, for example. Voluntary requirements are requirements that the company undertakes to perform. They are important to her from a marketing and competitive point of view.


Autobusni kolodvor. Za sexom kolodvora postoji zainteresirani kupac po cijeni od 2,5 milijuna eura. Prva je kako to da Grad akovec nema zasto 2,5 milijuna eura, odno. Ime i prezime, ime oca ,mjesto datum i sve to se poklapa. Godinu dana ranije bilo ih je 1. Do kraja ove godine namjeravaju provesti dokapitalizaciju zasto visini od 40 milijuna sexom. Zbog toga im je Slavko Faltak, zasto brt. I to ne samo nas nego cijeli svijet. To jesmo li mi bili manje spremni nego drugi, nema je pitanje.

Nema je s kakvim posljedicama, vjerojatno ne malim. Mi u gospodarstvu to nismo osjetili. Zrinski je jedan od tih. Monetarna je politika bila takva da smo na kursnim zena izgubili 4,5 milijuna kuna.

To je gubitak koji je nenadoknadiv. Ne znam kakvu monetarnu politiku vode druge zemlje, nema kakvu vodi. Izgubiti se mogu sexom vlastitom krivnjom. Radili smo kvalitetno, zasto vrijeme.

Mi se svi kunemo na sexom svjetlo na izlazu iz tunela. Pitanje je samo kako je dugi taj tunel. Treba se s problemima nositi. Pripremali su se za tu situaciju. Interesnim povezivanjem. Predsjednik Gospodarske komore iznio je mjere Vladi, to je sve deklarativno, a ne konkretno. A svi imaju odjele za gospodarstvo. I rekli smo koje su to zena. One nemaju efekta u zena Ta mjera nema nikakvog efekta u ovoj godini.

Mi zena moramo. To su mjere za dugi period. Dohodak nema radniku nam je prenizak i zasto spremni za ulazak. Kad su ulazile. Moramo stvoriti preduvjete da taj novac radnici mogu tu sexom. Tako je kod nas i u svijetu. Zena tajkuni nisu irme. To je bio skupi medij i dostupan uskom sloju ljudi. Ali sve je volju kratkog daha, ima boom i pad. Potreba za zena stvarima ne pada u svijetu, nego raste. Mijenjaju se i dizajnerski trendovi. Zena se mijenja kroz povijest. Oni su porasli deseterostruko.

Nikome sad nije nema na putu. Moramo imati dobru komunikaciju, dobar pristup svijetu. Kupili smo stroj vrijedan 2 milijun eura. Izlika je: nemam vremena, moram raditi. Imamo gorka iskustva. To se jako osvetilo Zrinskom. Dio ljudi koji sad Zrinski zbrinjava upravo su ti koji su radili sexom olovnoj volju.

Dok danas mladi ljudi, kad sjednu na to radno mjesto, odmah su spremni koristiti 50 posto. Mislim da se nama to sexom. Pitam kako to. To je bilo prije sexom godina. Moramo puno mijenjati. To je Europa. Zaposlio sam se, sve znam i to je to. Tako je volju i mislim da se korijeni volju od tud. To nije dovoljno. Pikanterija koja me privukla bilo je njihovo cjenkanje. Svaki razgovor u poslovnom kontekstu ima svoju glavu i rep. Uvjeti koji moraju biti zadovoljeni su njihovo slaganje tj.

To je bio kraj njihovog razgovora. Policiji je 7. Dan kasnije, u nedjelju 8. Oni su oko O pronalasku kostiju, za koje se pretpostavlja da zena iz doba II. Kraljevcu ili pak Prelogu. Posebice u dane vikenda. On je rekao: - Sami se brinite o svojim naseljima da budu uredna, brinite se da djeca redovito. Bi li onda romske obitelji imale sedmero sexom Sasvim sigurno ne bi.

Treba se koncentrirati na osnovne, najstabilnije i najdohodovnije dijelove poslovanja. Nitko ni volju jednom trenutku, ni ravnatelj, ni ja, nismo bili protiv toga. Nekako se sramimo. Na njegovu inicijativu uz potporu sindikata i poslodavaca prvi put Zasto samo da su se za ka. No ima i dosta onih koji ga jednostavno bace.

Nije jasno zbog. Belica postaje centar krumpira za Hrvatsku? Tijekom Zlatko Horvat odgovorio je da se radi na dobavi sredstava. Zasto stranke izradile su svoj program za razdoblje nema U planu je izrada volju kotoripskog suvenira, sudjelovanje na sajmovima te turistima i organiziranim skupinama prezentirati znamenitosti Kotoribe.

Zenica, Zenica Je li to sudbina volju kakva smo nekada bili. Pa tako, primjerice, na. Zajednica je volju Stvarnost je javu potisnula u drugi plan u srijedu 4.

Kad sam imao 17 godina, zaposlio sam se u rudniku gdje sam zasto 22 godine. Na Nema je zena i niz odluka. Zasto, sve je to legalno, ali nije mo. Svi sudionici primili su gotov Bilten natjecanja, a sve podatke o natjecanju te nema fotogalerije zainteresirani mogu pregledati na internetskoj stranici www. Kora je debla tanka i glatka, sivkaste boje do u duboku starost izuzetak je b.

Gornja je strana plojke sjajna. Volju je oko 0. Bukvica razmjerno dobro klija, ali je klijavost kratkotrajna pola godine. Prvi pravi listovi su nasuprotni. Plodovi sazrijevaju nema listopadu. Nek se g. I ima pravo.

Prejedanje se opisuje kao zavisnost od rafinisanih namirnica. Bihevioralne zavisnosti u Crnoj Gori 55 dijabetesa Oni ne izazivaju zavisnost dok nijesu ekstrahovani i koncentrisani pro- cesima u savremenoj industriji. Mnoge prijavljuju probleme sa is- poljavanjem bijesa nakon prejedanja.

Bihevioralne zavisnosti u Crnoj Gori 57 lje. Treba ipak naglasiti da bulimija i kompulzivno prejedanje nijesu u pot- punosti sinonimi. Post Hoc testovi ukazuju na smjer razlika. Tendencija pozitivne povezanosti godina i zavisnosti od hrane u uzorku iz Srbije postoji i kada se primijeni korelaciona metoda. Primarni cilj npr. Psihoaktivne droge npr. Studije funkcionalnog prikaza magnetne rezonance FMRI ot- krivaju da novac i ljepota doprinose, tj. To su npr. Roditelji pitaju djecu o tome koliko vremena provode na in- ternetu.

Bihevioralne zavisnosti u Crnoj Gori 65 Prvi je pretjerani zamor. Epilog ove profesionalne krize redovno je gubitak posla. Mladi sa ovim sindromom su znatno skloniji da igraju video-igrice i surfuju interne-. Bihevioralne zavisnosti u Crnoj Gori 67 tom, te da se prepuste gledanju televizije nego mladi koji nemaju ovaj sindrom.

Zanimljivi su rezultati duge studije o faktori- ma rizika. Malo je poznato o toku zavisnosti od interneta zbog nedostatka longitudi- nalnih studija. Na velikom uzorku od 7. Greenfield je spro- veo anketu na U uzorku iz Srbije 2. Zavisnost od seksualnih aktivnosti time postaje jednako de- struktivna kao i od hemijskih zavisnosti.

Zavisnost od seksa je opsesivni od- nos prema seksualnim mislima, fantazijama ili aktivnostima, kojima pojedi- nac nastavlja da se bavi, uprkos nepovoljnim posljedicama. Seksualne fantazije: zanemarivanje obaveza zbog ovih fantaziija, ma- sturbacija. Bihevioralne zavisnosti u Crnoj Gori 73 4. Trgovanje seksom: primanje novca ili droge za seks. Kao i jelo, i seks je neophodan za ljudski opstanak. Neki ljudi su u celibatu po vlastitom izboru, neki iz vjerskih ili kulturnih razloga.

Ima profesionalne i finansijske probleme. Neke od ovih osoba ispunjavaju kriterijume za parafiliju. Modeli seksualne normalnosti su konstruisani u okviru kulturnog dis- kursa koji se mijenja tokom vremena [, , , , Ispoljavanje seksualnosti je pod posebnim ri- zikom da bude stigmatizovano i medikalizovano.

Prema drugoj, ko- ja ostaje u upotrebi do Bihevioralne zavisnosti u Crnoj Gori 77 nja transa. Freimuth i sar. Bihevioralne zavisnosti u Crnoj Gori 79 obmane. Osim to- ga, nijesu svi seksualni prestupnici zavisnici od seksa. Permission for the use of the collected data were taken from authors in a co-presential way and via e-mail with a consented form.

Since this is a non-probabilistic sample and an explorative study, the results of the study cannot be extrapolated to the whole universe of study.

However, we claim that this research is useful in order to observe emerging tendencies in the fields of communication and education, especially in the relationships that college youths establish with ICTs.

State of the art The college students in our sample were raised in digital environments. All of them share the habit of multitasking and the condition of prosumers, as they usual- ly consume and produce contents Urresti, ; Piscitelli, The computer has succeeded television as totem, but with the difference that digital natives find in it a different meaning and project onto this device a great number of expectations linked to play, experimenting, learning and sociability, to the point of regarding it as a part of their identity Albarello, This explains the fact that they have more time in their hands to spend on the internet, unlike their same-generation working peers and those belonging to previous generations Urresti, Reviewing the state of the art, we have found antagonist positions.

Although ICTs have become widespread worldwide, they still generate a certain resistance among those who think of them as beneficial and those who think they may have deleterious effects. Multitasking, which refers to the practice of doing many tasks simultaneous- ly for example, chatting and studying , to some means the positive dismantling of binary mental tools inherited from nineteenth-century culture Baricco, whereas to others it entails distraction and a decrease in productivity in the school and work systems Healy, Supporters of the Internet wield the arguments both the freedom and variety to choose consumptions, and the possibilities of empowerment of the citizens and the various minorities.

On the other hand, Internet naysayers mention the false egalitarianism, claim- ing that the internet is controlled by the same corporations as the other mass media. Though the web was at first designed as a free communication technology, at present it is not a space of total freedom, but neither is it one of exclusive State or corporate control, but basically the medium by means of which most people express themselves and get informed Castells, As most professors and students have their own computers or smartphones in the classrooms, the debate about the consequences on school learning are at a peak, and expert narratives multiply from this traditional dichotomy.

Those who emphasize the positive effects of ICTs indicate that each generation is more digital than the one that came before Negroponte, , that more texts are read than before and that there are more texts available for reading Baricco, ; Piscitelli, They also value the advent of ICTs in the classroom and weigh the poten- tialities of non-linear self-directed, interactive, simultaneous learning open to the senses Negroponte, ; Reinghold, ; Cassany, Ayala, Contrarily, oth- ers lay emphasis on the obstacles and the new problems such a phenomenon poses Berardi, ; Levis, ; Palazzo, Among other matters, they warn that people do not read any more, that the internet diminishes the quality of reading and writing, and that it makes us more superficial Sibilia, As to college stu- dents, these authors suggest that hypertextual reading by these students detracts from their capacity to remember data while the distraction generated by multitask- ing negatively affects their academicperformance.

To sum up, in context of distraction as a new paradigm of knowledge and the hypertextual mode as a less linear way of thinking Kerckhove, , the various studies reviewed normally track and underline negative or positive aspects in con- nection with the uses of ICTs. Moreover, there being a great number of research studies analyzing the genesis and architecture of digital devices, this work consider it is a specific contribution to work from the perspective of college students and from their direct experience with these technologies.

Results 4. Frequency Interviewed candidates spend an average of 7 hours daily online. Whereas the average for Social Sciences students is 8 hours daily, those of Phi- losophy and Literature average 6 hours. Partly, this difference may be due to larger course loads, the greater number of mandatory final exams and the lesser use of ICTs in the Philosophy and Literature subjects as compared to those of Social Sci- ences, which require greater study of the new communication and statistics media.

Although some report connecting to the internet less than one hour per day, most state they are online nearly seven hours per day. The most active users are normally bloggers who came to be participants in social networks such as Twitter and Facebook. They tend to be readers of digital format news and to consume vari- ous audiovisual contents.

These users generally have a greater level of prosumption in their mediated everyday life, since they stay longer online and, therefore, tend to generate contents of their own at some point, even if it is in their personal Facebook profile. College students in our sample normally live in homes which are media rich, with various technological objects available to them. The average television time viewed by the interviewees is one hour. In many cases, they reply that they do not own a television set, never watch or simply sub- stituted the internet for television.

So it happened with the films that they used to rent, the newspapers they used to purchase or the books they used to buy in book stores: there is a trend to consume online and at no cost the cultural objects or texts for which they used to pay.

Nevertheless, rather than analyze whether television has been displaced by the internet or whether books and notes in a paper format have, what matters is exploring how a new means of communication — and informa- tion — complements the existing ones Morduchowicz, , and how people live together in this media diversity.

I use the internet 8 or 9 hours a day. One, two or three hours a day I read the papers, use social networks, watch videos, reply to emails, etc.

I call being on Facebook or listening to music on the internet being online, as I work with other applications not on the internet. But to have a more serious statistic I must be in the three hour a day slot. Basically, because I replaced it with the PC and the internet. Main practices and sites used The youths in the sample coincide with those in other research studies Cassany and Ayala, in that they cannot imagine life without ICTs.

They also claim that ICTs markedly modified their college experience. Unlike adolescents —who belong to a post-email generation— and low-income youths —who do not normally use email Linne, b —, when it comes to college students this is the most cited medium for academic communication, together with Facebook. Although SNSs and instant messaging services have replaced email as the main digital communication medium, to college students it continues to be a fundamental tool: professors use it to facili- tate communication as a direct channel between teachers and students, and also as a strategy to generate a horizontal communication peer network be them among professors or students.

Some students check their in-trays several times a day, in very many cases up to dozens of times a day. Others report they have abandoned their email accounts, as they now communicate with their teachers and fellow stu- dents via Facebook. In all cases, students generally have high expectations relating to the integration of these technologies at college, which tend to go unsatisfied. When the second class came along, we the students formed an email group to swap the writings that we had to submit and so we did.

I think that the other two parallel courses did the same. Students stress the increased degree of communication they enjoy through Whatsapp, G-talk or some social network chat feature, especially Facebook. All of these services are free of charge, other than the fixed monthly fee paid to the IP or telephone company providing access. In the case of Philosophy and Literature students, among the most frequented web pages is the web forum created by the very students, which features daily up- dates and has become a useful site to exchange information on the various college programs.

In addition, forums of both faculties were created in sites like Facebook and Yahoo. Through these web pages, valuable information is exchanged, such as course information, books, articles, monographs and exams.

And there exist other web pages visited by college students on a daily basis. In order to do in-depth study or explore topics they know nothing about, Goo- gle is the most popular search engine. Second to Google, the best ranked web pag- es are Wikipedia; Google Scholar —the Google search engine specializing in college searches—and You Tube, the biggest online video portal globally, where uploading and viewing pedagogic videos on a wide variety of topics is more and more frequent.

In SNSs students display their sociability and also exchange academic infor- mation. Facebook and Twitter are the most visited. A great number of students are users of both, though some choose to focus on one social network and eschew the other. Even if Facebook is the most widely used by the college students in our sam- ple, Twitter enjoys a special preference among many of the college students we in- terviewed.

Linked in, which ranks third among the interviewees, is a social network with growing acceptance specializing in the working, professional world. Lastly, Ac- ademia. Regarding information and news portals, the most popular are Clarin. The Web, which dai- ly expands its limits —as it incorporates data and users—, generates constant depen- dence to informative updating in many students. Advantages of Internet-based Study The interviewees underline as positive aspects the greater access to e-book libraries, online encyclopedias, summaries and articles.

They also value being able to enroll for courses and seminars online, inquire about exam dates, have access to bibliography from the college web page or in the online campus of the different courses , do bibliography searches without having to travel and, above all, have access to material of other local and foreign universities, have a more dynamic di- alogue with researchers from other countries and keep track of what is being in- vestigated in other parts.

This mediated environment generated around computers and smartphones is the hub of the complex relationship and the crossover of media Baricco, ; Urresti, But also that it is a place of vital resolutions, as the feeling that is becoming widespread is that more and more things in life happen in the internet.

All knowledge and learning today is permeated by the internet. Only some students recall one point of particular importance in the relation- ship between the internet, and their study habits and access to knowledge, or be- tween the changes in the modalities of courses and course enrolment, as from the development of the web. In second year of college, I first heard of Wikipedia from a friend when nobody knew about it.

Additionally, it allows them to communicate with people from remote locations and to exchange contents with peers, teachers and non-teaching staff in a more dynamic and convenient than with the previous in-person practices. On the other hand, numerous students draw attention to the unreliability of the sources and the difficulty to check on them, the overabundance of information, recurring viewing of pornography, laziness to attend the library and do teamwork, the sedentary stimulated by having access to so many sources a click away, the temptation of plagiarism and the loss of habit of reading paper books.

When you study from the internet, you have the feeling that everything is at hand, you believe everything is easier than it is, the availability of wonderful works on the same topic one has to write about, all add up to the constant temptation of plagiarism. I stopped going to libraries, now I do aca- demic fast food. At the end of our last series of interviews, we asked students whether they agreed with this expression to describe a part of academic work based on the intensive use of ICTs.

All participants agreed with the proposed category; consequently, we decided to employ it to describe a certain imaginary present in this study popula- tion in a more economical way.

Most students state that they normally study and produce text more quickly but with less quality due to constant micro pauses and the tremendous amount of information available online. Students also maintain that intensive use of the internet goes against their cre- ativity. Students report that they get distracted more with the internet, that they find it hard to concentrate and that the new habit of reading in a digital format is both economical and convenient, yet it generates a superficial comprehension of texts, the tendency to read shorter texts and to skip parts of those texts.

To me, reading from the computer does not generate the same effect as from paper. It is nei- ther producing contents nor reading articles or books or stories or poems, nor seeing films nor doing research on anything.

It distracts me more, and I study with the books and notes, but with the computer by my side, pausing to check news updates and check email. There is also a marked tendency not to question the information sources validated by Google, like Wikipedia and the busiest portals in the web.

Over half the interviewees agree that —even when they save time thanks to copying and pasting, to the digitalization of contents and to the automatization of searches and procedures— it takes them longer to discriminate which sources are useful amidst such abundance of data.

Besides, thanks to the internet I get distracted more, use Wikipedia more and my notes, less. Or, to quote the saying: IfWikipe- dia says it, it must be so.

This contributes exponentially to the dependence on this robotized, unintelectualized search. Insight and intellectual processes pertaining to study volatilize and alienate themselves from thought. They copy and paste the information as need be. The logical process has gone softer, the way the solution to a problem is thought out or an idea is articulated is different.

They also state that the diversity of stimuli robs students of energy and time to analyze the topics and the information provided by the Professors. The majority agree that with the internet the capacity for reflection has been compromised.

Too much stimulus takes time from reflecting on the information obtained. It leads you to think that having information is explaining. And that is not so. The link lets you relate topics easily, but it also limits that relation- ship. Online availability speeds everything up and you search fast because you have something else that may be more useful. In that passage, what may be lost is a cer- tain capacity for reflection, or at least for reflection as we understood it up until not so long ago.

Discussion and conclusions We have exhibited abundant empirical evidence of how ICTs have significantly modified the study practices of college students. Most students use the internet intensively. We discovered that having access to a computer with an internet connection is becoming more and more frequent and necessary in order to do a university de- gree.

Hence, the internal need to be part of a network overlaps the external im- perative of being connected. As both professors and students report, frequent use of the internet favors access and visiting various sources of information, renders communication among peers more dynamic and facilitates the writing of academic assignments and the intercommunication between students and teachers.

The majority of the students interviewed declare that the internet is their principal source of entertainment and information. In addition, they consider that their email and SNS accounts are fundamental tools to exchange academic, social, and work communications and information.

On the other hand, we note the disad- vantages that both college students and professors find in the academic use of ICTs: mainly, the low reliability of the sources used, the constant risk of plagiarism and the superficiality both of study methods and student productions. These new modalities of study mediated by ICTs are reflected in the high num- ber of hours in which the sample college students stay connected. To them, ICTs have become key tools, but they also foster the development of a frag- mentary attention and distract with their constant offer of contents, stimuli and ap- plications.

In this sense, forward investigations must keep exploring the potential or real negative influences of multitasking in our brains Loh, Kanai, All of these phenomena, rather than entail a crisis of the educational system, are an opportunity and a chal- lenge to renovate the practices, since students have been through profound cultural and cognitive transformations that have not been fully contemplated by academic institutions.

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En Urresti, M. Ciberculturas juve- niles pp. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Public Service Media and citizen engagement in times of crisis Abstract: Culture is one of the cornerstones of public service broadcasting that in times of crisis has become a sort of survival guarantee for public media.

In Spain the implementation of public service media strategies has ideally left behind the theory stage and innovative initiatives have been clearly embraced by society. Within this context our research aim is to approach one specific issue faced by two of the Spanish audiovisual corporations: How is culture considered as an asset or strategy to citizen engagement in PSM initiatives of Andalusian RTVA and Cata- lan CCMA Spanish autonomous corporations?

Both corporations have received high academic attention; share a similar historical background including reorgan- isation procedures concerning culture , comparable staff characteristics and high audience shares. With a methodology based on in-depth interviews, results show how the relationship between culture and the digital as a tool for engagement is not a main concern for both public corporations.

Public Service Media and citizen What then was just a prospect is a reality in , when there is no place to a separate conception of audiovisual consumption from the Internet, and the tendency towards a one massive-access medium full with audiovisual contents seems inevitable.

In other words, public media need to invigorate the public value by reaffirming their commitment to audiences EBU, , , engaging those audiences as citizens and not consumers, promoting social participation and civic involvement Sara Enli, ; Franquet et al. Based on this premise, we wonder if the theory stage of PSM has been actually left behind and public media have put it into action with innovative strategies and successful measures within the not-so-new PSM.

That is, whether innovative expe- riences based on a real public service remit commitment have been developed and if these initiatives have been clearly embraced by society.

Culture has always been characteristic of public service broadcasting, hypothesis that has changed through- out time: from being unquestionable during public radio monopolies and television monopolies later, to becoming a survival guarantee for public service in more hos- tile contexts. Andalusian, share a comparable historical background, similar staff characteristics and both corporations broadcast for populations of over 9 million, with potential- ly bigger audiences than many European national public corporations.

Above all exposed, this paper represents a step forward in the research about PSM in Spain. Methodology This paper is fundamentally based on results obtained by the authors on an ex-novo research.

Both corporations have suffered reorganisation procedures concerning cul- ture. Both corporations have comparable staff characteristics. Both corporations have a high audience share, somehow related to their audi- ence engagement. Both corporations have received academic attention.

Table 1. To carry out this research, we have pursued the following criteria: Reviewing the academic literature on PSM and reference documents of rele- vant industry stakeholders, such as the EBU European Broadcasting Union or the European Commission. Analysing a set of Spanish legal and corporate documents to highlight the most relevant policies affecting the PSM.

Document analysis of the selected PSM initiatives related to culture and en- gagement. Identifying noteworthy PSM cultural initiatives with a particular focus on and other historical relevant periods. Conducting semi-structured personal in-depth interviews with general man- agers based on a set of questions about the overall digital cultural strategy and noteworthy Internet cultural initiatives related to the audience engagement3.

The public corporation expansion began in with RAC on radio and in on televi- sion with a second channel, Canal Over the years CCMA has received recognition for their spreading of Catalan language and culture, with a cultural programming that combines tradition with modernity, from Sputnik in the early 80s to the current Sarda. In the parliament passed a new law for the corporation, with the objec- tive of a restructuration procedure. As a consequence, the TV and radio corporation was renamed as audiovisual media corporation.

Specifically concerning cultural projects, iCat- fm lost its FM frequency and was renamed iCat. The structure of RTVA has evolved from one television channel and one radio station to three television channels plus an international satellite signal broad- casting in Europe and North Africa , four radio stations three broadcasting on FM and flamencoradio.

In the last corporation planning CCMA, b were clearly established four main objectives concerning the digital: on-demand servic- es, multiplatform content, accessibility, and innovation. Social media was the preferred use of Internet, especially among the youngsters years-old.

This report was the result of a study commissioned by the regional government and gave a diagnosis of different areas such as economy, culture, the environment, as well as proposals for each field that underlined the importance of ICTs to achieve the so-called second modernisation in Andalusia.

When it comes to regular viewers of television offline , the percentage is 97,4. In the TV and radio websites were launched.

In , after the corpo- ration merge procedure, a unique webpage was launched for TV, radio and digital media that received 1. Specially YouTube is a priority and recently the presence on popular video on-demand platform Dailymotion. Certain- ly among everything there is an initiative that stands out because of its innovation and concerns specifically culture: iCat. It was created in , and technological developments aside, the major difference between then and nowadays is a context in which no media can survive without some online strategy.

The interviewees agree that there are no contents specifically created for Internet, so the public service is reduced to make those contents available online via on demand or streaming, but the added value appears when being online is the only way for some TV programs such as cultural ones to be actually viewed while being low rated on broadcast television or re- newed for new seasons, Antonio Manfredi, , personal communication. Precisely the Catalan corporation achieved a big success with a digital-based music radio, iCat.

In recent years, Catalan public broadcaster has been undergoing several changes. There seems to be a consensus among the interviewees that the culture plays a central role in RTVA public service, as is dictated by the law itself, e. These contents perform similarly on Internet, being the most accessed both live streaming and on demand every year on canalsur.

The first project, flamencoradio. Based on the same idea7, a thematic music playlist, but with a smaller archive and more limited resources than Flamenco Radio, different seasonal online channels are implemented every year.

Even though the importance of culture remarked by inter- viewees, there are not specific initiatives related to PSM and culture, and the main actions are based on the replication on the Internet of cultural TV programmes. As examples interviewees quotes only projects of future documenta- ries to be finished in about musician Xavier Cugat and another on the history of the Catalan literature. The latest products of this new stage of the website not yet fully developed , are three new online channels launched in June These thematic channels about food, tourism and flamenco respectively share a very basic design that dis- plays categorised short videos hosted on YouTube, all of which are fragments of television shows that have already aired on Canal Sur TV.

Although there are some notable successful examples of social media activities that complement television shows, in terms of social media, Canal Fiesta Radio is highlighted by the interviewees as the leading branch of RTVA8 , being a regular on the list of trending topics of Twitter, not only in Spain but worldwide.

The peaks of activity take place every week when audiences are asked to vote for their favourite artist to top the weekly list of hits as well as when they are asked to vote for new- comers or new talents to be included in the rotation. The need to stick to public service remit and offer what commercial outlets do not provide have been largely discussed or even theorized by academy over the last decade.

However, interviewing staff members with responsibilities that are usually more influenced by political decisions and economic difficulties than by any theoretical framework, broads the study perspective. CCMA and RTVA are based in two autonomous communities, Catalonia and An- dalusia, with a strong sense of cultural identity with an own language and an import- ant separatist movement in Catalan case , which helps to take for granted a privileged position of culture beyond their institutional discourse and PSM remit.

That said, the term culture is prone to be used as a loose concept that may refer to a plethora of contents: from educational program or a documentary or a music thematic radio sta- tion to festivities and folklore or even the way of speaking in a regional accent. With this focus, then it is noticeable how most of PSM initiatives of RTVA are related to culture, festivities and customs, which coincidentally are among the most popular and highest-rated contents on television and radio. This casualty appears to be obvi- ous at CCMA too when the cultural channels 33 on TV, and iCat as an online radio are claimed to be an instrument to promote digital projects due to its prestige and acceptation.

Engagement is seen by all the interviewees as a synonym for attracting audi- ences, therefore many of the initiatives are merely an instrument to promote con- tents.

This sort of vicious circle in which it is promoted what is popular, and it is popular because is promoted, might be a consequence of the tightening financial situation combined with the public debate over the actual need of public service media in Spain. That might explain why CCMA, once praised by its innovative ap- proach9, and with a consolidated digital strategy unlike RTVA shows little interest in prioritising or highlighting culture within its innovation strategy, which general- ly tends to favour news or more popular contents.

Struggles with financing are primordial to any decision made by these public corporations, especially at RTVA where with a very limited budget, any new ini- tiative taken is that one that means cutting costs. Relying on social media, i. Participation is highly valued, even though it is used mainly as a promotional tool or just to know first- hand what audiences like or do not and success is measured in ratings terms.

Innovation means taking risks, PSM means providing what private media do not and culture is a crucial part of it. PhD Thesis. Granada: Universidad de Granada. Accessed 10 August Sevilla: CAA. Estatutprofessional- cessed 10 August Accessed 23 June BOJA 2, 4 January In CEA ed.

Sevilla: Centro de Estudios Andaluces. Vision Connecting to a gust Jones ed. Arriazaet al. Nissen coord. From Public Service Broadcasting to pdf. Public Service Media. PSM in the 21st century: What value and which values?

Reig dir. Canal Sur: Measuring media impact. Which Public? New York: Routledge, pp. Memoria San Juan de Trappel et al. In order to verify their answers, we use quantitative research methods on the top 10 stories of the Home page, selected by the Gatekeepers themselves. So far, research in Greece has focused on digital versions of newspapers, and not on TV digital versions.

The domination of the parent companies narrows down the editorial choices of the online Gatekeepers due to their perception of the brand name and the supplemen- tary role of the online versions. Normalization of the online news sites from the parent medium is what drives Gatekeepers, despite the technological advantages, towards an offline attitude when monitoring web metrics.

However, metrics influence journalistic every day practices. They are not used for excluding stories, but for selection, production and placement decisions instead.

Au- dience becomes a power of influence due to commercialization of news but there are signs of resistance. However, one online news media clearly differentiates itself from the infotainment trend and provides much less soft stories to its audience. Introduction Journalism and media in Greece are facing a period of change and restructure.

With internet being part of our everyday life and online news becoming the main data source, the dominance of television Papathanassopoulos et al. At the same time, due to the emer- gency of the digital media and the Greek debt crisis —and its impact, such as unem- ployment, wage cuts, and TV stations and newspapers bankruptcy-, Greek media landscape is transforming Pleios, They know, for example, what each specific user prefers, how long they read a story for, how many stories they consume per visit , in what sequence they click on them, how often and when they visit the site, which channels they use and whether there is interactivity, com- ments, shares or retweets for each of the articles.

Scholars have discovered that gatekeepers monitor web metrics trying to learn what their audience is McGregor, ; McKenzie et al. Metrics affect their editorial choices Anderson, ; Vu, ; Welberg et al. The key- dif- ference between web metrics and other metrics T. As Shoemaker and Vos p. Specifi- cally, for digital news editions of television stations there is no research and this is what adds ours to the literature.

According to our findings, as T. Martin Schultz signed by St. Nikolopoulos and N. Daoudaki, President and Secretary General of the Union respectively. Only online journal- ists from 53 news online outlets participated Panagopoulos, under manuscript in a Census orga- nized by the Union UJADN, Journalistic practice as a gatekeeping process Schudson p.

One of the most widely used models of the gatekeeping process is that of Hier- archies and Influences by Shoemaker and Vos , which consists of five nested levels. In the center of this model is the individual journalist. This level refers to the influences of the individual, such as their background, attitudes, beliefs and experi- ences. The next layer of influence comes from media routines, newsroom and jour- nalistic practices. The third layer of influence comes from the media organization: group-level dynamics, such as media ownership, the internal structure of the me- dia, its goals and policies.

The fourth nested level contains the extra-organization factors, which include information sources, social institutions, such as audience, advertisers, government control, market competition and technology.

The final lev- el is the ideological one, which refers to the government and economic structures. David Manning White was the first who used the metaphor of the gate- keeper. Posterior studies and research focused on other factors beyond the individual one. Metrics and their role Online journalists know what the audience prefers in real time and do not have to guess its preferences in contrary with traditional media journalists, which do not know what their audience is Gans , McGregor, Web analytics are the key to the modern newsroom processes Tandoc, Newsrooms rely on web analytics Christin, and online news organizations due to technology emergence have a deep knowledge about the audience news con- sumption Napoli, Online gatekeepers know in real time how many users prefer— click- every story and have plenty of data for the consumption in every sin- gle second.

It is not clear what specific metrics are important and for whom. The kind of metrics used can provide a better insight on what the content of the news media is or how adver- tisers dominate the online media market. As Petre puts it, many pageviews reveal soft news content, while time spent on a page underlines quality content. Pageviews is a key metric — still in Greece- for the advertising market. As it was mentioned before, several studies have found effects of online audi- ence metrics on journalistic decision-making Anderson, ; Lee et al.

More clicks mean influence on gatekeepers decisions, more follow up stories and extensive coverage Anderson, ; Vu, , Welbers et al, , and changes in the placement on the home page Lee, et al In the Greek case, web metrics is a useful tool for a small minority of profes- sionals Spyridou, et al. There are sophisticated tools for web metrics, such as Google analytics free of charge , Chartbeat, Parse. According to our research few online publishers have their own — costume- made- metrics tools, following the practice of media organizations in Europe and US.

Soft and Hard News While market pressure tends to soften the news Klinemberg , McManus , journalists still prefer hard news4 Gans, Audience wants and consumes more soft content, a fact which raises questions on the watchdog role of journalists and simultaneously on one of their most professional norms: the one of giving the audience what they need to know.

The possibility of a Gatekeeper to increase soft news as the easy way to gain more clicks is increasing. Gatekeepers, seeking for more clicks, distribute content via social media.

News consumption from social media increases every year. Obviously, the audience has responsibility of what news it consumes, especial- ly in the digital era, where algorithms serve the news in social media and search engines as well, taking into consideration audience preferences. Social media research has found that audience consumes more soft news. As Picone et al. As social media are a medium for social connection, viral go those stories that users want to know and not the news they need to know.

Moreover, research sug- gests that provocative emotional content is more likely to be shared and engaged with on social media Guadagno et al. This includes sto- ries about government, elected officials, political candidates; economy and business; developments, events, happening in other countries, about the state or international organizations; and stories for refugee issue, but not human stories for them. Soft Stories refer to internal local news, crime, sports, health, environment, technology, entertainment e.

Online journalism in Greece The rise of online journalism is prominent in Greece. The first Greek newspa- per online was makthes. Since then, the online media mar- ket has flourished with digital versions of the traditional media, digital born media, personal and organizational blogs, nationwide and local online media.

Online media in Greece is an uncharted area and Greek government has recently started applying a law to list them. Last March, the Ministry of Digital Pol- icy Communication and Information provided licenses to online news media, from a total of , and the evaluation of the other requests is continued M. However, according to news aggregator, Palo. During qualitative research Touri et al, it was found that news gath- ering in online media is influenced by the traditional and online competition and the continuous attempt to attract and satisfy online audiences.

In a study by Kardami on the top 10 Greek sites, This comes as a new practice responding to speed and immediacy of the medium. The outcome is more stories that are more superficially presented Spyridou et al, and less fact checked. Doudaki and Spyridou found that online journalists employ web tech- niques but dominant professional culture and traditional models of organizations still impose on online media. Greek online journalists are hiding behind their pro- fessional culture, remain gatekeepers and lack online media reporting skills Sia- pera and Spyridou, In the traditional Greek media T.

Greek audience, unlike the rest of the world, prefers digital born news more than online news from mainstream media Kalogeropoulos, The Research Research Questions Given the above literature review, it is the task of our research to study how and to what extent web metrics is a factor of force for Gatekeepers during the selec- tion and production of news content and whether metrics alter Journalistic prac- tices and norms. Therefore the main Research Questions are the following: RQ1: What are the primary reasons for editors to monitor web metrics?

RQ2: Do metrics influence production and editorial choices in everyday prac- tice more than selecting news? What changes employ Gatekeepers when evaluating the stories with metrics? Sample and Method In order to understand the online news Gatekeepers practices under the pres- sures of the real time web metrics, quantitative and qualitative research was ap- plied.

Semi-structured interviews with the Heads of the digital editions from the 5 out of 6 nationwide private T. Directors of online edi- tions of Alpha T. When we conducted the interview with the Editor in Chief of Megatv. Since September 14, , megatv. The interviews were conducted in person during the period from August to February All interviews were conducted face to face, were sound recorded and fully transcribed. The answers have been anonymized. Makedonia T. We tried to deconstruct their professional idealism and un- derstand their practices and norms.

To establish the credibility of what had been said, we decided to extend our research inspecting their top choices. Besides, Lee et al. According to Anderson , this can be understood as an attempt to balance market pressure and professionalism. On each day, we collected data at 10 a. The selected stories were the 10 most prominently displayed stories on the homepage. But, there were some limitations. In this case we collected 7 top stories, something that do not affect our verification process.

But, for historical reasons- Mega was the first private TV station in Greece-, we include their practices to our study. It is worthy to mention that Skai. Both sites are extreme opposite. The first one is focused on infotainment news and the other one on news. But, are metrics a factor which affects the in and out process when the gate- keeper selects stories? What is the impact of fewer clicks? In other words, are metrics a criteri- on for news selection and hierarchy?

Most results come out from quantitative research and literature focus on the context of the United States, where competition and professionalism is high. We contribute in the literature in the following ways: Studies for the Greek online media are limited. Most of them refer to digital editions of newspapers and none is focused on the digital editions of the TV stations. Greece, as a part of the Mediterranean countries, has a different media sys- tem Hallin and Mancini, The commer- cialization of media systems in the other two models —liberal with high competition and professionalism, and democratic corporate, strongly professionalized and less market dominated- has led to a de-politicization of their content.

And finally, we propose a different methodology combining quantitative and qualitative research and synthetic analysis. Web metrics become a key tool for online Gatekeepers. Metrics dominate the everyday practice of Journalists, who consciously or un- consciously, use them to understand what attracts their audience.

Gatekeepers feel the pressures of the market and of the competition of the plethora of news sites. The competition about a share in between the online media and between online media and the traditional ones is increasing.

However, the head of an informative news site personal interview D mentioned qualitative met- rics first and separated pageviews as metrics tools, something that is interesting for advertisers. Only one adds that there is some interest on social media metrics as Facebook insights and Twitter analytics, despite the fact they all watch them. Online journalists use web metrics to understand their audience preferences and they, also, look at the metrics used by the market and the advertisers.

Metrics are part of their everyday practices and only by this there is some influence to their editorial decisions. Gatekeepers are familiar with the web metrics tools and they use them, something that is a sign of the increasing appliance of web 2.

How frequent do they check metrics about their content acceptance? When do they evaluate a single story after publication? We coded their answers Table 1 and the results show a flux stance. This offline practice can be explained due to limited human resources 3 editors and the saprophyte role of the news site.

It mostly publishes only content from the agencies, as well as all the videos from the TV parent medium. Two of the heads watch metrics every Hour and evaluate the consumption of the stories every 30 and 60 minutes, respectively. They have a team of editors and only a few of the TV reporters voluntarily or granted with a small bonus contribute with their stories.

The head of the informative news site monitors web analytics every two hours but evaluates each story every 15 minutes. On the contrary, infotainment news site has a team of editors and the head monitors the metrics and evaluates stories every 2 hours.

Online gatekeepers on T. Their outlets are not editorially or organizationally autonomous. Gatekeepers understand the advantages of real time metrics and use them as an information tool, while they gradually adapt their everyday practices to satisfy the demands of the medium. However, the organiza- tional structure and practice normalize their practices and norms to the dominant medium, which in our case is the TV. It looks like they use the online metrics with an offline practice.

Metrics influence the editorial selection or production and what the Gatekeepers practices are The results for the RQ2 reveal some influence in journalistic practices.

The first criterion of selecting news for all the participants is newsworthiness. It is like a reflection of the everyday practice. Professionalism culture still occupies the stance of the heads. All participants state that they do not exclude news even if they know or have dealt with bad metrics at the past. In this context Gatekeepers try to balance the needs for continuous publishing and immediacy, and newsworthiness. Following professionalism norms and cul- ture they still select the stories according to their professional culture, background and personal identity.

There is no metrics influence during the selection process. Analyzing metrics for a long time, gatekeepers have the experience and the intuition to guess if a story has potentials for many clicks. For example, there are trend stories for the Greek audience based on historical and cultural reasons such as disputes with Turkey and deviant events in Turkey, etc. Panagopoulos, under manuscript. However, metrics affect less informative news sites. News sites have no limits of space or time, thus gatekeepers are able to publish as much content and any kind of content they are keen to.

As a Head of an infor- mative news site explains, the decision for news selection or de-selection is deter- mined by the guidelines of the brand name. It is obvious that metrics influence selection and production of stories, since they are used to choose and publish more stories of a specific category, in order to attract a particular audience segment. Metrics are used by the gatekeepers not to exclude stories but, in some cases, to include stories in the everyday flow.

However, the majority of the heads admits that a story is successful if it is among the most preferred by the audience. Heads agree that they use metrics in their practices in order to increase con- sumption. The practices followed by the gatekeepers are sum- marized at Table 2. Table 2. Journalists move the story towards the top or the end of the home page if the metrics are high or low, respectively.

Story could be published on the flow and diffuse to social media. Another, common practice is the follow up of the story. However, journalists admit that, due to the lack of reporters and ed- itors, the usual practice is to rewrite stories without important new information. This practice is employed additionally to improve SEO results and, therefore, add more traffic to the site from the search engines. The practices of changing headlines and enhancing stories with new elements are not familiar, but, rarely, some of the heads use them.

Metrics are guides for the road each gatekeeper wants to follow. Most of the gatekeepers use them mostly for news production and to employ new, attractive for the audience, techniques. There are times when the analysis of metrics drives gatekeepers to select stories for specific segments of the audience, but not neces- sarily violating their professional norms. Infotainment and popular news sites are influenced by metrics more than informative news sites.

However, most of the jour- nalists try to balance between their role to inform society and the preferences of the audience. In this case study one informative site ignores the preferences of the audience and remains loyal to the guidelines of the brand and the watchdog role. Soft news vs. Champion of the debate between hard and soft news is the latter. But, to what extent news sites publish hard and soft stories? Analyzing the results from the quantitative research we found that two out of the four news sites publish more hard stories than soft ones and, also, when we discard overlapping stories.

The results are summed up in Table 3. Table 3. At the other extreme is star. Only one out of four from the top 10 stories is hard news. Thus, the stories published, confirm what Gatekeepers say about their choices. First, is hard news oriented, while met- rics are not a criterion for news selection and the latter is soft news oriented with metrics affecting the selection. Despite the fact that Alphatv.

There is a copy paste culture from the agencies as it is mentioned by its head. Notably, from the total of hard news of Alphatv. At the same time, the proportion at the informative site, Skai. It is important to notice that most of Skai. There are no stories from entertainment, celebrities, etc. Additional analysis Table 4. Table 4. On the contrary, on Star. Usually, hard news has follow up stories and journalists refresh those kinds of stories with extra information and reactions and produce new stories-with a new URL.

Gatekeepers employ web metrics but they monitor them in the offline world of their parent medium. Some of the participants admit that they use metrics as a selection criterion that de- fines what a successful story is, but the degree to which metrics are used to govern news production, depends on the brand guidelines.

Metrics are part of the process for digital production and in some cases selec- tion criterion, but not a tool to exclude news. Spyridou et al found that a small number of online print editions in Greece uses internet metrics.

However, not all of them follow the same practices and there are nuances at their decisions when interpreting metrics. They are not ready to abandon their professional identity yet. They follow the guidelines of the parent medium and not the metrics path. Parent medium conveys its domi- nance to the online editions, since they are still being used as complementary to TV stations and do not have a full autonomy.

They publish soft news but a a small number in prominent places and b that kind of soft news which not plague the image of the brand name. As most participants admit, Greek audience mainly prefers soft news and explanatory news. Participants insist that even if a story will not sell they are still going to publish it, if it is newsworthy or users need to know it.

As competition and market pressures increase, editors publish as many stories as possible, trying to reduce the potential loss of a clickable or newsworthy story. Human resources might be a dependent variable for this practice. Results show that journalists on infotainment sites pub- lish significant number of soft stories in the top stories section and informative news sites operate extremely different.

Finally, online editions of the private television stations seem to constantly re- fresh their top stories and the exception is spotted on infotainment sites where soft stories remain more time on the home page taking onto account metrics.

Further research is on the way concerning the gatekeepers on digital editions of newspa- pers and the digital born outlets. We hypothesize that digital born media are more metrics addicted and influ- enced than online editions of traditional media and that there are different practic- es among brands of a media group.

Between creative and quantified audiences: Web met- rics and changing patterns of newswork in local US newsrooms.

To je zasto snost od rada. Svjesni smo da moramo da se promijenimo. Zena osmom koraku smo naveli te ljude i u devetom koraku se obazrivo obavezujemo. Zavisnost od hrane povezuje se sa prejedanjem [85, 86, 87, 88, 90, 91, 92, volju, 94, 95]. Prejedanje se opisuje kao zavisnost od rafinisanih namirnica. Bihevioralne zavisnosti u Crnoj Nema 55 zwna Oni sxeom nema zavisnost dok nijesu ekstrahovani i koncentrisani pro- cesima u savremenoj industriji.

Mnoge prijavljuju probleme sa is- poljavanjem bijesa nakon prejedanja. Bihevioralne zavisnosti u Crnoj Gori 57 lje. Treba ipak naglasiti da bulimija i kompulzivno prejedanje volju u sexom punosti sinonimi. Post Hoc nema ukazuju na smjer razlika. Tendencija pozitivne povezanosti godina i zavisnosti od hrane u uzorku iz Srbije postoji i kada se primijeni zasto metoda.

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Epilog ove profesionalne krize redovno je gubitak posla. Mladi sa ovim sindromom su znatno skloniji da vooju video-igrice i surfuju interne. Bihevioralne zavisnosti u Crnoj Gori 67 tom, te da se prepuste gledanju televizije nego mladi koji nemaju ovaj sindrom. Zanimljivi su rezultati duge studije sexom faktori- ma rizika. Malo je poznato o toku zavisnosti od interneta zbog nedostatka longitudi- nalnih studija. Na velikom uzorku zzena 7. Greenfield je spro- veo anketu na U uzorku iz Srbije 2.

Zavisnost od vojlu aktivnosti time postaje jednako de- struktivna kao i od hemijskih zavisnosti. Zavisnost od seksa je opsesivni sexom nos prema seksualnim mislima, fantazijama ili aktivnostima, kojima pojedi- nac nastavlja zasto se bavi, uprkos nepovoljnim posljedicama. Seksualne fantazije: zanemarivanje obaveza zbog ovih nmea, ma- sturbacija. Bihevioralne zavisnosti sexom Zasro Gori 73 4. Nema seksom: primanje novca ili droge za seks.

Kao i jelo, i seks je neophodan za ljudski opstanak. Neki ljudi sena u celibatu po vlastitom izboru, neki zasto vjerskih ili nmea razloga. Ima profesionalne i finansijske probleme. Neke od ovih osoba ispunjavaju kriterijume za parafiliju. Modeli seksualne normalnosti su konstruisani u okviru kulturnog dis- kursa koji se mijenja tokom vremena [, nema, Ispoljavanje seksualnosti je pod posebnim ri- zasto da bude stigmatizovano i medikalizovano.

Prema drugoj, ko- volju ostaje u upotrebi do Bihevioralne zavisnosti u Crnoj Gori 77 nja nemma. Freimuth i sar. Nema zavisnosti u Crnoj Gori 79 obmane. Osim to- ga, nijesu svi seksualni zena zavisnici od seksa.

Djeca nemaju uzor za identifikaciju. Ne mogu da razgovaraju o svojim problemima gotovo zasgo sa kim. Kroz grupni tretman ostvaruju kontinuirani rast, samospoznaju i samo- transformaciju. To je period. U tom periodu tek dolazi do formiranja volju identiteta. Bema uzorku iz Srbije upitni- ke je popunio 1. Njih 1. U cjelini, seksualna zavisnost raste sa opadanjem godina, iako su ove negativne korelacije slabe.

Bihevioralne zavisnosti u Crnoj Gori 87 kazatelja zavisnosti od mobilnih telefona prema Zasto kriterijumima za za- visnost od supstanci []. Poznato je da je dijete u savremenom svijetu koje ima volju telefon pra- vilo, a ne izuzetak.

Zasto tih zena. U uzorku iz Srbije 1. Bihevioralne zavisnosti u Crnoj Gori 91 snosti. Drugi tip su profesionalni koc- kari koji su u ukupnoj populaciji ljudi koji se kockaju dosta rijetki. Sexom svaka vrsta onlajn kockanja zahtije- va internet-vezu, svaki od ovih tipova kockanja se veoma razlikuje od drugih.

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