interactive journalistic narratives

Balancing authorial, user, and technological agency

Story, production process and user experience

Interactivity as part of journalistic narratives has become a common practice in newsrooms worldwide. Renée van der Nat studied, for her PhD, the consequences this interactivity has for the narrative, the production process and user experience of journalistic stories.

Balancing authorial, user, and technological agency

This research focuses on interactive journalistic narratives in the Netherlands. Van der Nat explores the consequences of interactivity for the narrative, the production process, and the user experience. The results reveal a tension between the promises of interactivity and the practical application thereof. 

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