AUSTRALIAN JOURNALISTS’ REACTIONS TO NEW TECHNOLOGY
By John Henningham
The new technology which has revolutionised newsrooms over the last decade has been generally accepted by Australian journalists, who believe the quality of their work has improved and time savings have occurred. Older journalists are somewhat less enthusiastic, but when controlling for age there are no sex differences in reactions to technology. Journalists who are stressed and those who admit to being cynics are less sanguine about the benefits of technology, while those who are job-satisfied and optimistic about the future are more pro-technology.
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Prometheus: Critical Studies in Innovation
Volume 13, Issue 2