WikiLeaks, journalism and the consequences of chaos
McNair, Brian (2012) WikiLeaks, journalism and the consequences of chaos. Media International Australia, 144, pp. 77-86.
This article considers the impact of the WikiLeaks organisation in relation to debates around the defence of national security and free speech, global media citizenship and the emerging dynamics of the global public sphere. Building on the author’s previous work on political communication, journalism and ‘cultural chaos’, it explores the implications of WikiLeaks for emerging conceptions and definitions of journalism, and for the changing structure of media–politics power relations at the global level, against the background of three trends: democratisation, declining deference and digitalisation.
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