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Consequently, Mark Glaser, a freelance journalist, stated that citizen journalism is when people without any journalism training use technology and the internet to spread awareness regarding a certain topic.Conversely, citizen journalism faces several limitations that restrict its ability to replace professional journalism.As a result, Dan Gillmor and Jay Rosen, two leaders in citizen journalism, highlighted that citizen journalism is the most democratic type of journalism because anyone with access to the internet can share news on the web and thus impact the daily news agenda.Although citizen journalism is the most democratic form of journalism and it abides by the saying "for the people, by the people," its journalists and reporters didn't undergo any type of training, most of their contributions are unfinished and need development, and their messages sometimes don't follow the ethical standards that are anticipated from professional journalists.
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