Cultural Policy and Digitisation: Copyright, property and Regulation in a Digital World Week 11&12
A Coggle Diagram about WEB 2.0
(User generated content now occupies a re large proportion of the internet.
, Allows audience to interact and respond to news better
, "An Architecture of participation" (O'Reilly)
, Post-Millennials tend to engage in this form of media consumption #
), Policy: Key Terms
(Copyright- Prevents artistic works and expression from being copied and reproduces #
, Trademarks- Symbols that help to differentiate between the products of individual companies.
, Patents- These are in place to protect new ideas from being claimed by other developers
), Digital natives
('Belongs' to the teens and young adults as they are the first generation to have grown up immersed in the internet
, "Self-made media content has already disrupted the expert paradigm that dominated media production during the broadcast era"- Hartley, J. (2009) 'from the Consciousness Industry to the Creative Industries: Consumer-Created Content, Social network markets, and the growth of knowledge', in Holt,J (ed.) Media Industries: History, Theory, and Method. London: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 231-224. #
, The digital native - immigrant concept refers to the switch over from those who were introduced to modern technology and the post-millennial's who were raised with it
and There is an argument for the decline of reading due to digital rise, as this article for The Guardian explores: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2008/feb/07/internet.literacy
(The Public domain
and Copyright is important to creators so that they are recognised for their work
) and ("There is a huge reward to those who innovate, and death to those who do not". - Hartley, J. (2009) pp. 231-224.