Openness in communication
AbstractThis paper introduces three existing models that give different perspectives on openness in communication systems. The first focuses strictly on how content is presented in digital media. The second model distinguishes between a content layer, a logical layer, and a physical layer where all may be open or restricted in various degrees. Finally a model with nine ideal communication patterns is presented in more detail and used to discuss the different power relations between producers and consumers and users of media content. The model provides an analytical framework to describe some characteristics unique to digital networked media
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Hoem, J. (2006). Openness in communication. First Monday, 11(7). https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v11i7.1367
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