Spis treści publikacji pt. „The Data Journalism Handbook 2”.

Tytuł: „The Data Journalism Handbook 2”
Autor: Praca zbiorowa
Wydawca: European Journalism Centre
Język: Angielski
Liczba stron: –

Spis treści

Spis treści / Table of contents / Chapters

  1. Introduction
  2. Behind the Numbers: Home Demolitions in Occupied East Jerusalem
  3. Multiplying Memories While Discovering Trees in Bogota
  4. From Coffee to Colonialism: Data Investigations into How the Poor Feed the Rich
  5. Investigating Extractive Industries in Peru
  6. Mobilising for Road Safety in the Philippines
  7. Contextualising Carbon Emissions
  8. Engaging Publics around Data Reporting on the Arab world with Instagram
  9. Using Data Science and Visualization to Explore Segregation in the United States
  10. Counting Transgender Lives
  11. Documenting Land Con|icts Across India
  12. Alternative Data Practices in China
  13. Reassembling Public Data in Cuba: How Journalists, Researchers and Students Collaborate When Information Is Missing, Outdated or Scarce
  14. Narrating a Number and Staying with the Trouble of Value
  15. Structured Thinking: The Case for Making Data
  16. Making Data with Readers at La Nacion
  17. Making Data for Investigations at Thomson Reuters, openDemocracy and Greenpeace
  18. Mapping Pollution in Indian Cities
  19. Accounting for Methods in Data Journalism: Spreadsheets, Scripts and Programming Notebooks
  20. Ways of Doing Transparency in Data Journalism
  21. Data Journalism: What’s Feminism Got to Do With It?
  22. Making Algorithms Work for Reporting
  23. Coding in the Newsroom
  24. Computational Reasoning at Full Fact and Urbs Media
  25. Data Methods in Journalism
  26. Exploring Relationships with Graph Databases
  27. Text as Data: Finding Stories in Corpora
  28. Online Devices and their Research Affordances for Data Investigations
  29. How ICIJ Deals with Huge Data Dumps like the Panama and Paradise Papers
  30. Data Visualisations: Newsroom Trends and Everyday Engagements
  31. Searchable Databases as a Journalistic Product
  32. The Web as a Medium for Data Visualisation
  33. Developments in the Field of News Graphics
  34. Understanding Con|icts with Data Comics
  35. Data Journalism for TV and Radio
  36. Telling Stories with the Social Web
  37. The Algorithms Beat: Angles and Methods for Investigation
  38. Algorithms in the Spotlight: Collaborative Investigations at Spiegel Online
  39. How Do Platforms See Humans?
  40. Investigations into the Digital: Reporting on Misinformation, Platforms and Digital Culture at BuzzFeed News
  41. Telling Data: Digital Methods for Analysing Web Trackers and Other Natively Digital Objects
  42. Archiving Data Journalism
  43. Data Journalism’s Entanglements with Civic Tech
  44. Data Feudalism: How Platform Journalism and the Gig Economy Shape Cross-Border Investigative Networks
  45. Data Journalism in the Newsroom
  46. Data Journalism Culture
  47. Organising Cross-Border Data Journalism Initiatives: Case Studies in Africa
  48. A Decade of Data Journalism: 2009-2019
  49. Open Source Coding Practices in Data Journalism
  50. Data Journalism and Gender
  51. The #ddj Hashtag – Eunice Au (GIJN) and Marc Smith (Connected Action)
  52. Data-Driven Editorial? Considerations for Working with Audience Metrics
  53. Data Journalism By, About and For Marginalised Communities
  54. Teaching Data Journalism at Universities in the United States
  55. Data Journalism MOOCs in Turkey
  56. Hackathons and Bootcamps in Kyrgyzstan: Re|ections on Training Data Journalists in Central Asia
  57. Data Journalism, Digital Universalism and Innovation in the Periphery
  58. Genealogies of Data Journalism
  59. Data-Driven Gold-Standards: What the Field Values as Award-Worthy Data Journalism and How Journalism Co-Evolves with the Data{cation of Society
  60. Data Journalism with Impact
  61. Beyond Clicks and Shares: How and Why to Measure the Impact of Data Journalism Projects
  62. The Economics of Data Journalism
  63. The Data{cation of Journalism
  64. Forms of Data Journalism
  65. Data Journalism and its Publics
  66. Data Journalism: In Whose Interests?
  67. Indigenous Data Sovereignty
  68. What is Data Journalism For? Cash, Clicks, and Cut and Trys
  69. Statisticians and Journalists: Tales of Two Professions
  70. Data Journalism and Digital Liberalism
  71. Afterword: Data Journalism and Experiments in Reporting

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Data aktualizacji: 27.12.2023 r.
Autor: Zespół Infografika Polska
Redakcja: Natalia Cieślak
Nadzór merytoryczny: Anita Bednarczyk

Korekta: Katarzyna Kamińska
Grafiki: infografikapolska.pl/baza
Źródło informacji: Institute of Infographics
Kontakt z redakcją: info@infografikapolska.pl

Data aktualizacji: 27.12.2023 r.
Autor: Zespół Infografika Polska
Redakcja: Natalia Cieślak
Nadzór merytoryczny: Anita Bednarczyk
Korekta: Katarzyna Kamińska
Grafiki: infografikapolska.pl/baza
Źródło informacji: Institute of Infographics
Kontakt z redakcją: info@infografikapolska.pl

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