Seth Lewis & Nicole Smith Dahmen Articles 1

Seth C. Lewis is the founding holder of the Shirley Papé Chair in Electronic Media in the School of Journalism and Communication at the University of Oregon. He works at the intersection of digital technologies, media sociology, and journalism studies (see his papers via Google Scholar and ResearchGate). His research explores the digital transformation of news and media work, with a focus on conceptualising human–technology interactions and media innovation processes associated with data, code, analytics, social media, and related phenomena. Nicole Smith Dahmen is an Assistant Professor at the School of Journalism and Communication at the University of Oregon. Her research focuses on ethical and technological issues in visual communication, with an emphasis on photojournalism in the Digital Age. Dahmen’s research is published in such diverse and leading journals as American Behavioral Scientist, Journalism Studies, Digital Journalism and Visual Communication. She has presented more than 40 conference papers, with top paper awards at both the AEJMC and ICA conferences. She is on the editorial boards of Visual Communication Quarterly and Newspaper Research Journal. She blogs about visual communication in the digital age at https://nicoledahmen.wordpress.com.

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