Citizen

  • (noun): A native or naturalized member of a state or other political community.

Some articles on citizen, citizens:

Principles of Citizen Media
... Citizen media is a term coined by Clemencia Rodriguez, who defined this concept as 'the transformative processes they bring about within participants and their communities.' Citizen media refers to ... different media technologies which became the ground for citizen participation ... There are many forms of citizen-produced media including blogs, vlogs, podcasts, digital storytelling, community radio, participatory video and more, and may be distributed via television, radio, internet ...
Greene County Daily World - History
... Daily Call and began his own semi-weekly newspaper, the Linton Citizen ... Linton Daily Call, becoming the Linton Daily Citizen ... In 2003 both the Linton Daily Citizen and the neighbouring Bloomfield Evening World were purchased by Rust Communications ...
Citizen Dog (comic Strip)
... Citizen Dog (May 15, 1995 – May 26, 2001) was a newspaper comic strip by Mark O'Hare, distributed by Universal Press Syndicate ... Animals in Citizen Dog can talk, and most of them (particularly dogs and cats) walk upright, chatting with each other and their owners ... Citizen Dog ended on May 26, 2001 ...
Citizen Media
... The term citizen media refers to forms of content produced by private citizens who are otherwise not professional journalists ... Citizen journalism, participatory media and democratic media are related principles ...
Citizen (disambiguation)
... A citizen is a person with citizenship – membership in a political community such as a country or city ... Citizen or citizens may also refer to ...

Famous quotes containing the word citizen:

    Where the citizen uses a mere sliver or board, the pioneer uses the whole trunk of a tree.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The very existence of government at all, infers inequality. The citizen who is preferred to office becomes the superior to those who are not, so long as he is the repository of power, and the child inherits the wealth of the parent as a controlling law of society.
    James Fenimore Cooper (1789–1851)