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than in traditional newspapers, because digital town squares often lack an editor with responsibility for content and do not have to adapt what they publish to rules pertaining to press ethics. In newsrooms, no matter how self-assured they may appear to be, it has therefore become a matter of prestige to use social media as a research tool in daily journalistic work. Social media also shine a light on the vagueness of the boundaries between oral tradition, written text, and mediated communication, for how should one regard the special language forms of the Internet

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