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A Case Study of The Participant Network of Community Media in Seoul: Mapo FM Community Media
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A Case Study of The Participant Network of Community Media in Seoul: Mapo FM Community Media
Jang, Si-Yeon; Chae, Young-Gil;
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 Abstract
This study aims to understand characteristics and roles of community media in Seoul to discuss the meanings of the media. Community media is constructed based upon the networks of relations of community participants, whose characteristic relations of participants within the network determines the roles and meanings of the media for the community. Research have shown that community media's unique open, participatory, and horizontal communicative structures enable to realize such objects. For this study, we chose Mapo FM to conduct case study based upon network analysis of 'participant network' of the media. In particular, we tried to measure the density and centrality of the network, which can explain the relational characteristics of the networks of the media. In addition, we also conducted in-depth interviews of participants to better understand the problems and meanings of the community media. The findings suggest that unlike the conceptual and theoretical assumptions, the community media under the study lacks of open, participatory, and horizontal ways of participation in the media.
 Keywords
Community;Community Media;Network Analysis;Maeul Community;Mapo FM;
 Language
Korean
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