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Responsible drone journalism / edited by Astrid Gynnild and Turo Uskali.

Contributor(s): Gynnild, Astrid, 1959- [editor] | Uskali, Turo [editor]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Disruptions: Studies in Digital Journalism | Routledge FocusPublication details: London ; New York : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018. Description: 99 pages ; 22 cm illustrationsContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781138059351 (hbk)Subject(s): Journalism -- Technological innovations | Drone aircraftLOC classification: PN4784 | T34R31 2018Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
What is responsible drone journalism? / Astrid Gynnild and Turo Uskali -- The first wave of drone journalism: from activism tool to global game changer / Astrid Gynnild and Turo Uskali -- Dronalism, newsgathering protection, and day-to-day norms / David Goldberg -- Transparency or surveillance? dilemmas of piloting autonomous agents / Deborah G. Johnson and Astrid Gynnild -- Drones, teaching and the explorative player-coach / Turo Uskali and Astrid Gynnild -- Taking risks with drones: responsible innovation pedagogy for media education / Lars Nyre, Frode Guribye and Astrid gynnild -- Three scenarios of responsible drone journalism / Turo Uskali and Astrid Gynnild.
Summary: Camera drones provide unique visual perspectives and add new dimensions to storytelling and accountability in journalism. Simultaneously, the rapidly expanding uses of drones as advanced sensor platforms raise new legislative, ethical and transparency issues. Responsible Drone Journalism investigates the opportunities and dilemmas of using drones for journalistic purposes in a global perspective. Drawing on a framework of responsible research and innovation (RRI), the book explores responsible drone journalism from multiple perspectives, including new cultures of learning, flying in lower airspace, drone education and concerns about autonomous agents and big data surveillance. By widening the discussion of drone journalism, the book is ideal for journalism teachers and students, as well as politicians, lawmakers, drone developers and citizens with an interest in the responsible use of camera drones.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

What is responsible drone journalism? / Astrid Gynnild and Turo Uskali -- The first wave of drone journalism: from activism tool to global game changer / Astrid Gynnild and Turo Uskali -- Dronalism, newsgathering protection, and day-to-day norms / David Goldberg -- Transparency or surveillance? dilemmas of piloting autonomous agents / Deborah G. Johnson and Astrid Gynnild -- Drones, teaching and the explorative player-coach / Turo Uskali and Astrid Gynnild -- Taking risks with drones: responsible innovation pedagogy for media education / Lars Nyre, Frode Guribye and Astrid gynnild -- Three scenarios of responsible drone journalism / Turo Uskali and Astrid Gynnild.

Camera drones provide unique visual perspectives and add new dimensions to storytelling and accountability in journalism. Simultaneously, the rapidly expanding uses of drones as advanced sensor platforms raise new legislative, ethical and transparency issues.

Responsible Drone Journalism investigates the opportunities and dilemmas of using drones for journalistic purposes in a global perspective. Drawing on a framework of responsible research and innovation (RRI), the book explores responsible drone journalism from multiple perspectives, including new cultures of learning, flying in lower airspace, drone education and concerns about autonomous agents and big data surveillance.

By widening the discussion of drone journalism, the book is ideal for journalism teachers and students, as well as politicians, lawmakers, drone developers and citizens with an interest in the responsible use of camera drones.

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