Communication rituals, alternative media regimes and enactments of participatory journalism in rural ‘news deserts’ in Georgia

Karin Assmann and Ev Andrews.(Grady MA student). “Communication rituals, alternative media regimes and enactments of participatory journalism in rural ‘news deserts’ in Georgia.” Accepted for presentation at AEJMC’s 2021 Midwinter Conference (Community Journalism Interest Group) to be held online on March 5 – 6: won the top abstract award from the Community Journalism Interest Group. (Abstract listed in the Conference section below.)

Karin Assmann 

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