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Web Radio by Children? An Explorative Study on an International Children’s Radio Network

Year 2013, Volume , Issue 18, 01.06.2013

Abstract

References

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  • ASTHANA A. (2006), Innovative Practices of Youth Participation in Media, UNESCO.
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  • BELTRAN R.R. (1998), Communication for Development in Latin America, Retrieved in May 2010 from http://www.southbound.com.my/communication/ cul-ch.htm 1998
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  • BUCKINGHAM D., DAVIES H., JONES K. & KELLEY P. (1994), Children’s Television in Britain: History, Discourse and Policy, London: British Film Institute.
  • COYLE J.R. & THORSON E. (2001), The effects of progressive levels of interactivity and vividness in web marketing sites, Journal of Advertising, 30(2), 65-78.
  • DAVIES M., O’MALLEY O. & CORBETT B. (1998), Channels to the Future: Children‘s Views about Broadcasting Provision, in S. Ralph, J. Langham Brown and T. Lees (eds.), What Price Creativity?, pp. 109-115, Luton: University of Luton Press.
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  • GUTTMAN C. (2003), Education in and for the Information Society, Paris: UNESCO.
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  • JENKS A. (1996), Childhood, London: Routledge-Qvortrup.
  • JONES S. (2002), Music that moves, Popular Music, distribution and network technologies, Cultural Studies, 16(2), 213-232.
  • LIN C.A. & JEFFERS L.W. (2001), Comparing distinctions and similarities across web sites of newspapers, radio stations, and television stations, Journalism &
  • Mass Communication Quarterly, 78(3), 555-573. LIND R.A., & MEDOFF N.J. (1999), Radio Stations and the World Wide Web, Journal of Radio Studies, 6(2), 203-221.
  • LUSTYIK K. (2010), Transnational Children’s Television The Case of Nickelodeon in South Pacific, International Communication Gazette, 72(2), 171-190.
  • MCCLUNG S.R. (2001), College radio station web sites: perceptions of value and use, Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, 56(1), 62-73.
  • MURPHY R.E. (1999), Determining the value of radio station web sites: An Exploratory study, Doctoral Dissertation, The University of Tenesse, Dissertation Abstracts International, 60(3)
  • NYRE L. & ALA-FOSSI M. (2008), The Next Generation Platform: Comparing
  • Audience Registration and Participation in Digital Sound Media, Journal of Radio and Audio Media, 15(1), 41-58. PRESTON W., HERMAN E. & SCHILLER H. (1989), Hope and Folly: The United
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  • POTTER R.F. (2002), Give the people what they want, Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 46, 369-384.
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  • Web: Comparing Streaming Radio Stations in the United States, Journal of Radio Studies, 11(1), 6-25. RIANO P. (1994), Women’s Participation in Communication: Elements of a
  • Framework, in Woman in Grassroots Communication, pp. 3-30, Thousand Oaks: Sage. SERVAES S. (2003), By Way of Introduction, in Approaches to Development, pp. 1-22, Paris: UNESCO.
  • SERVAES J. & MALIKHAO P. (2005), Participatory Communication: The New
  • Paradigm? in Hemer, O., & Tufte, T. (eds.), Media & Glocal Change; Rethinking Communication for Development, pp. 91-103, Göteborg: Nordicom. SIOCHRU S. (2005), Finding a Frame: Towards a Transnational Advocacy
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  • TREMAYNE M. & DUNWOODY S. (2001), Interactivity, information processing and learning on the world wide web, Science Communication, 23(2), 111-134. The Radio Manifesto (2004), Retrieved in May 2010, www.worldradioforum.org

Web Radio by Children? An Explorative Study on an International Children’s Radio Network

Year 2013, Volume , Issue 18, 01.06.2013

Abstract

This research investigates the fundamental participation strategies of an online children radio network (Radijojo) concerning organization and production. It focuses on in what extend the interactive services of the platform nurture participation. The research adopts two analysis frameworks to examine the reciprocity between interactive tools of the site and main participation strategies. Qualitative data is collected in two major phases: Content analysis and semi-structured interviews. Results revealed that despite the lack of detailed interactive and participative tools, the model based on collective content developing process within a significant editorial setting provided a potential for the inclusion of children in the communication process.

References

  • ANG I. (1991), Desperately Seeking the Audience, Florence, KY, USA: Routledge.
  • ASTHANA A. (2006), Innovative Practices of Youth Participation in Media, UNESCO.
  • BARDY J.M., SGIRTTA G. & WINTERSBERGER H. (eds.) (1994), Childhood Matters: Social Theory, Practice and Politics, Aldershot: Avebury/Vienna: European Centre.
  • BELTRAN R.R. (1998), Communication for Development in Latin America, Retrieved in May 2010 from http://www.southbound.com.my/communication/ cul-ch.htm 1998
  • BERRY R. (2006), Will the iPod kill the Radio Star? Profiling Podcasting as Radio, Convergence, 12(2), 143-162.
  • BLACK D. (2001), Internet radio: A Case Study in Medium Specificity, Media, Culture & Society, 23, 397-408.
  • BUCKINGHAM D., DAVIES H., JONES K. & KELLEY P. (1994), Children’s Television in Britain: History, Discourse and Policy, London: British Film Institute.
  • COYLE J.R. & THORSON E. (2001), The effects of progressive levels of interactivity and vividness in web marketing sites, Journal of Advertising, 30(2), 65-78.
  • DAVIES M., O’MALLEY O. & CORBETT B. (1998), Channels to the Future: Children‘s Views about Broadcasting Provision, in S. Ralph, J. Langham Brown and T. Lees (eds.), What Price Creativity?, pp. 109-115, Luton: University of Luton Press.
  • FEILITZEN C. & CARLSSON U. (2002), Young People and Media Globalization, UNESCO.
  • GUTTMAN C. (2003), Education in and for the Information Society, Paris: UNESCO.
  • HADL G. (2007), Community Media’? Alternative Media’? Unpacking Approaches to Media By, For and Of the People, Papers in International and Global Communication, 2(07).
  • HA L., & JAMES E.L. (1998), Interactivity Reexamined: A Baseline Analysis of Early Business Websites, Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 42(4), 457-474.
  • JENKS A. (1996), Childhood, London: Routledge-Qvortrup.
  • JONES S. (2002), Music that moves, Popular Music, distribution and network technologies, Cultural Studies, 16(2), 213-232.
  • LIN C.A. & JEFFERS L.W. (2001), Comparing distinctions and similarities across web sites of newspapers, radio stations, and television stations, Journalism &
  • Mass Communication Quarterly, 78(3), 555-573. LIND R.A., & MEDOFF N.J. (1999), Radio Stations and the World Wide Web, Journal of Radio Studies, 6(2), 203-221.
  • LUSTYIK K. (2010), Transnational Children’s Television The Case of Nickelodeon in South Pacific, International Communication Gazette, 72(2), 171-190.
  • MCCLUNG S.R. (2001), College radio station web sites: perceptions of value and use, Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, 56(1), 62-73.
  • MURPHY R.E. (1999), Determining the value of radio station web sites: An Exploratory study, Doctoral Dissertation, The University of Tenesse, Dissertation Abstracts International, 60(3)
  • NYRE L. & ALA-FOSSI M. (2008), The Next Generation Platform: Comparing
  • Audience Registration and Participation in Digital Sound Media, Journal of Radio and Audio Media, 15(1), 41-58. PRESTON W., HERMAN E. & SCHILLER H. (1989), Hope and Folly: The United
  • States and UNESCO 1945-1985, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
  • POTTER R.F. (2002), Give the people what they want, Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 46, 369-384.
  • REN W., SYLVIA M. & OLMSTED-C. (2004), Radio Content on the World Wide
  • Web: Comparing Streaming Radio Stations in the United States, Journal of Radio Studies, 11(1), 6-25. RIANO P. (1994), Women’s Participation in Communication: Elements of a
  • Framework, in Woman in Grassroots Communication, pp. 3-30, Thousand Oaks: Sage. SERVAES S. (2003), By Way of Introduction, in Approaches to Development, pp. 1-22, Paris: UNESCO.
  • SERVAES J. & MALIKHAO P. (2005), Participatory Communication: The New
  • Paradigm? in Hemer, O., & Tufte, T. (eds.), Media & Glocal Change; Rethinking Communication for Development, pp. 91-103, Göteborg: Nordicom. SIOCHRU S. (2005), Finding a Frame: Towards a Transnational Advocacy
  • Campaign to Democratize Communication, in Hackett, R., & Zhao, Y. (eds.) Democratizing Global Media, pp. 289-312, New York: Roman & Littlefield. SMITH E. (2002), Broadcasting Diversity: How Internet Radio Broadcasters
  • Measure Up, Master of Science in Technology and Policy, Massachusetts Institute of Technolohy. TRACEY M. (1998), The Decline and Fall of Public Service Broadcasting, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • TREMAYNE M. & DUNWOODY S. (2001), Interactivity, information processing and learning on the world wide web, Science Communication, 23(2), 111-134. The Radio Manifesto (2004), Retrieved in May 2010, www.worldradioforum.org

Çocukların Web Radyosu? Uluslararası Bir Çocuk Radyo Ağı’nın Anatomisi

Year 2013, Volume , Issue 18, 01.06.2013

Abstract

Bu çalışma internet üzerinde faaliyet gösteren bir çocuk radyo ağının (radijojo) uyguladığı temel katılım stratejilerini organizasyonel açıdan ve üretim perspektfinden hareketle incelemektedir. Çalışmanın ana yönelimi, radyonun kullandığı etkileşim hizmetlerinin katılım olgusunu ne ölçüde besleyebildiği sorusuna yanıt aramaktır. Araştırma etkileşim araçlarıyla katılım stratejileri arasındaki ilişkiselliği inceleyebilmek için iki analiz çerçevesi önermektedir. Niteliksel veri iki düzlemde ele alınmaktadır: İçerik analizi ve derinlemesine görüşme. Çalışmanın sonuçları göstermektedir ki; etkileşim ve katılım araçlarının konumlandırılmasında ve uygulamasında belli başlı noksanlıklar olmakla birlikte, belli bir editoryal çerçeve içerinde kolektif bir içerik geliştirme yöntemiyle işleyen yapı, çocukları iletişim sürecine dahil etme noktasında önemli bir potansiyele sahiptir.

References

  • ANG I. (1991), Desperately Seeking the Audience, Florence, KY, USA: Routledge.
  • ASTHANA A. (2006), Innovative Practices of Youth Participation in Media, UNESCO.
  • BARDY J.M., SGIRTTA G. & WINTERSBERGER H. (eds.) (1994), Childhood Matters: Social Theory, Practice and Politics, Aldershot: Avebury/Vienna: European Centre.
  • BELTRAN R.R. (1998), Communication for Development in Latin America, Retrieved in May 2010 from http://www.southbound.com.my/communication/ cul-ch.htm 1998
  • BERRY R. (2006), Will the iPod kill the Radio Star? Profiling Podcasting as Radio, Convergence, 12(2), 143-162.
  • BLACK D. (2001), Internet radio: A Case Study in Medium Specificity, Media, Culture & Society, 23, 397-408.
  • BUCKINGHAM D., DAVIES H., JONES K. & KELLEY P. (1994), Children’s Television in Britain: History, Discourse and Policy, London: British Film Institute.
  • COYLE J.R. & THORSON E. (2001), The effects of progressive levels of interactivity and vividness in web marketing sites, Journal of Advertising, 30(2), 65-78.
  • DAVIES M., O’MALLEY O. & CORBETT B. (1998), Channels to the Future: Children‘s Views about Broadcasting Provision, in S. Ralph, J. Langham Brown and T. Lees (eds.), What Price Creativity?, pp. 109-115, Luton: University of Luton Press.
  • FEILITZEN C. & CARLSSON U. (2002), Young People and Media Globalization, UNESCO.
  • GUTTMAN C. (2003), Education in and for the Information Society, Paris: UNESCO.
  • HADL G. (2007), Community Media’? Alternative Media’? Unpacking Approaches to Media By, For and Of the People, Papers in International and Global Communication, 2(07).
  • HA L., & JAMES E.L. (1998), Interactivity Reexamined: A Baseline Analysis of Early Business Websites, Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 42(4), 457-474.
  • JENKS A. (1996), Childhood, London: Routledge-Qvortrup.
  • JONES S. (2002), Music that moves, Popular Music, distribution and network technologies, Cultural Studies, 16(2), 213-232.
  • LIN C.A. & JEFFERS L.W. (2001), Comparing distinctions and similarities across web sites of newspapers, radio stations, and television stations, Journalism &
  • Mass Communication Quarterly, 78(3), 555-573. LIND R.A., & MEDOFF N.J. (1999), Radio Stations and the World Wide Web, Journal of Radio Studies, 6(2), 203-221.
  • LUSTYIK K. (2010), Transnational Children’s Television The Case of Nickelodeon in South Pacific, International Communication Gazette, 72(2), 171-190.
  • MCCLUNG S.R. (2001), College radio station web sites: perceptions of value and use, Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, 56(1), 62-73.
  • MURPHY R.E. (1999), Determining the value of radio station web sites: An Exploratory study, Doctoral Dissertation, The University of Tenesse, Dissertation Abstracts International, 60(3)
  • NYRE L. & ALA-FOSSI M. (2008), The Next Generation Platform: Comparing
  • Audience Registration and Participation in Digital Sound Media, Journal of Radio and Audio Media, 15(1), 41-58. PRESTON W., HERMAN E. & SCHILLER H. (1989), Hope and Folly: The United
  • States and UNESCO 1945-1985, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
  • POTTER R.F. (2002), Give the people what they want, Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 46, 369-384.
  • REN W., SYLVIA M. & OLMSTED-C. (2004), Radio Content on the World Wide
  • Web: Comparing Streaming Radio Stations in the United States, Journal of Radio Studies, 11(1), 6-25. RIANO P. (1994), Women’s Participation in Communication: Elements of a
  • Framework, in Woman in Grassroots Communication, pp. 3-30, Thousand Oaks: Sage. SERVAES S. (2003), By Way of Introduction, in Approaches to Development, pp. 1-22, Paris: UNESCO.
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  • Paradigm? in Hemer, O., & Tufte, T. (eds.), Media & Glocal Change; Rethinking Communication for Development, pp. 91-103, Göteborg: Nordicom. SIOCHRU S. (2005), Finding a Frame: Towards a Transnational Advocacy
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  • TREMAYNE M. & DUNWOODY S. (2001), Interactivity, information processing and learning on the world wide web, Science Communication, 23(2), 111-134. The Radio Manifesto (2004), Retrieved in May 2010, www.worldradioforum.org

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Primary Language Turkish
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Doç. Dr. Serhat GÜNEY This is me


Doç. Dr. Kerem RIZVANOĞLU This is me


Ar. Gör. Özgürol ÖZTÜRK This is me

Publication Date June 1, 2013
Published in Issue Year 2013, Volume , Issue 18

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APA Güney, D. D. S. , Rızvanoğlu, D. D. K. & Öztürk, A. G. Ö. (2013). Çocukların Web Radyosu? Uluslararası Bir Çocuk Radyo Ağı’nın Anatomisi . Galatasaray Üniversitesi İletişim Dergisi , (18) , . Retrieved from http://iletisimdergisi.gsu.edu.tr/en/pub/issue/7361/96404

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