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Edson Tandoc (2014, pp. 559-560) used the term “twerking” to describe how journalism has shifted its norms in news judgment due to capital instability. Capital, as specified by Tandoc (2014, p. 562), comes in four main forms under field theory: economic, cultural, social and symbolic. Economic capital pertains to money-convertible assets and is typically regarded in journalism in the form of the audience, revenues in advertising and rates of news circulation. Cultural capital stands for the “possession of competence in a socially valued area” (Tandoc, 2014, p. 562), which is justified by mechanisms ...