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Can Twitter be the platform that leads to the rise of ’Crisis Reporters’?

Citizen journalism refers to production of journalistic content by ordinary citizens such as ‘current affairs-based blogging, photo and video sharing, and posting eyewitness commentary on current events’. In our study we try to redefine ‘citizen journalism’ to ‘crisis reporting’ that includes sharing updates and actionable news using Twitter. To this end we wish to propose a study where we interview people to understand the feasibility of the same. In addition, as supporting data, we would use historical data from Twitter. This would be done keeping in mind a particular event which would be the Texas snowstorm.
Sanjana Gautam at sqg5699@psu.edu
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18 year(s) or older
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Inclusion Criteria:
Above 18 years of age
Present in Texas during the snowstorm
Have an active Twitter account
Exclusion Criteria:
Below 18 years of age
Not present in Texas during the snowstorm
Do not have an active Twitter account
Mental & Behavioral Health
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