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作者:Jumoke Giwa
来源:[J].The Journal of Communication and Media Studies, 2016, Vol.1 (1), pp.1-9CGRN
摘要:... Based on Jürgen Habermas’ concept of the public sphere as operationalized by Lincoln Dahlberg in his pioneering study of the Minnesota e-Democracy listserv. This research explores the potential for CBC News’ online forum to foster a public sphere for Canadians. While...
作者:Boris Ruzic
来源:[J].The Journal of Communication and Media Studies, 2016, Vol.1 (1), pp.11-21CGRN
摘要:... By analyzing two cases of visualization of events (Croatian War of Independence and the Ukrainian crisis), the paper reiterates the need for visual studies to reconsider the social and cultural impact of the symbolic capital. Furthermore, this paper seeks to acknowledge the m...
作者:Maria Lujan Figueredo
来源:[J].The Journal of Communication and Media Studies, 2016, Vol.1 (1), pp.23-29CGRN
摘要:River Plate authors Cristina Peri Rossi and Belén Gache, both currently based in Spain, reconfigure poetry as a vehicle for democratic citizenry and for engaging the creative word in cyberspace(s). Rather than positioning their writing from a stance of victimhood or division...
作者:Mark Mabrito
来源:[J].The Journal of Communication and Media Studies, 2016, Vol.1 (2), pp.21-32CGRN
摘要:Social media use is pervasive, especially among college students. When it comes to integrating social media in the classroom, some instructors may be hesitant on how to achieve such a goal. This study reports the results of undergraduate students’ experiences creating social...
作者:Akkadia Ford
来源:[J].The Journal of Communication and Media Studies, 2016, Vol.1 (2), pp.1-19CGRN
摘要:Trans New Wave is an emergent genre of independent gender-diverse films that require the ability to read and think across a range of cultural and theoretical perspectives. The use of transliteracy is presented as an innovative theoretical approach to reading film representations ...

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