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Mark Deuze is lecturer and research associate at the Amsterdam School of Communications Research (ASCoR), The Netherlands. The issues regarding journalists and the Internet in this paper form part of a larger research project into contemporary journalism in The Netherlands, a project which runs from 1997 to 2001. This project has four main themes: journalism in The Netherlands in terms of [1] an international comparitive perspective, [2] the multicultural society, [3] infotainment and [4] the Internet. The author got his BA in Journalism at the Tilburg School for Journalism, The Netherlands and his M.Phil in History and Communication Studies at the Rand Afrikaans University in Johannesburg, South Africa. This paper is based on a series of guest lectures in The Netherlands, Belgium and Portugal (between June 2000 &endash; April 2001).

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