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PRINT VERSUS WEB JOURNALISM: Examining Two Media Through The Lense of Reader’s Dr. Rachita Shrivastava Assist Professor Journalism Department Agrasen College,

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1 PRINT VERSUS WEB JOURNALISM: Examining Two Media Through The Lense of Reader’s Dr. Rachita Shrivastava Assist Professor Journalism Department Agrasen College, Raipur (India)

2 Objectives :  To find out the percentage of Internet users.  To compare the attitudes of reader’s towards newspaper (print and online).

3 Hypothesis  There will be significant difference between percentage of Internet uses on the basis of demographic variables.  There will be significant difference between the attitudes towards print and online news papers of male readers.  There will be significant different in attitudes toward print and online newspapers of female readers.  There will be significant difference in view toward print and online newspaper of professional student.  There will be significant difference between the view towards print and online newspaper of Non professional student.  The Attitude of University professor will show significant difference toward print and online newspapers.  The Attitude of college professor will show significant difference towards print and online newspapers.

4 Sample of the Study GroupsMaleFemaleTotal Student Profession-al Student Non- Profession-al University Professor College Professor Total

5 TOOLS  Self made questionnaires  Interviews with readers.

6 DATA ANALYSIS -1 Demographic Variable MaleFemale FrequencyPercentageFrequencyPercentage Professional Student Non - Professional Student University Professor College Professor Table -: Percentage and Frequency of Internet users. N=200

7 DATA ANALYSIS -2 S.No.DimensionPrintOnlinet-value MeanSDMeanSD 1Reading habit x 2Material x 3Conservation of Information and articles xx 4Access to news xx Table -: Mean Standard Deviation and t – value for attitudes of male readers toward print and online newspaper. N=40 Note:- x – significant at.05 level, xx –significant at.01 level

8 S.No.DimensionPrintOnlinet-value MeanSDMeanSD 1Reading habit xx 2Material Conservation of Information and articles xx 4Access to news DATA ANALYSIS -3 Table -: Mean Standard Deviation and t – value for attitudes of Female readers toward print and online newspaper. N=40 Note : xx - Significance at.01 level

9 S.No.DimensionPrintOnlinet-value MeanSDMeanSD 1Reading habit xx 2Material Conservation of Information and articles xx 4Access to news xx DATA ANALYSIS -4 Table -: mean standard deviation and t-value for attitudes of professional course student toward print online newspaper. N=20 Note : xx - Significance at.01 level

10 S.No.DimensionPrintOnlinet-value MeanSDMeanSD 1Reading habit xx 2Material x 3Conservation of Information and articles xx 4Access to news DATA ANALYSIS -5 Table -: Mean, standard deviation and t-value for attitudes of Non-professional course student toward print and online newspaper. N=20 Note : xx - Significance at.01 level x - Significance at.05 level

11 S.No.DimensionPrintOnlinet-value MeanSDMeanSD 1Reading habit xx 2Material Conservation of Information and articles xx 4Access to news xx DATA ANALYSIS -6 Table -: Mean, Standard Deviation and t-Value for attitudes of university professors toward print and online newspaper N=20 Note : xx - Significance at.01 level

12 S.No.DimensionPrintOnlinet-value MeanSDMeanSD 1Reading habit xx 2Material Conservation of Information and articles xx 4Access to news xx DATA ANALYSIS - 7 Table -: Mean Standard Deviation and t-Value for attitudes of university professors toward print and online newspaper. N=20 Note : xx - Significance at.01 level

13 FINDINGS  Percentage of female internet user is considerably smaller than made user.  Professional student have more positive attitude toward online newspaper than non- professional  university professor more positive attitude toward online newspaper than college professor.  Male readers have more positive attitude toward online newspaper.  Readers read regularly print newspaper as compare to online.  Readers attitudes do not differ in print and online on the materials point of view.  Information and article can be save easily from online newspaper.  Attitude toward online newspaper have found more them print in relation to access to old and new news.

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