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Imaging the Indigenous in Philippine Environmental Documentaries

Employing a postcolonial approach, this research analyzes how environmental documentaries in the Philippines portray indigenous peoples.

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Integrating Open Digital Badges in an Undergraduate Writing Classroom

In the context of an undergraduate course in writing for interactive media, open digital badges were created as a way of documenting student accomplishments for their coursework.

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New Media Learning Practices among Higher Education Students in Ghana

This paper explores how new media technologies are used by university students in learning.

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Reconceptualizing Digital Privacy: Examining Two Alternatives in the 2016 Presidential Election

Online political privacy from state and commercial surveillance is a divisive topic. This paper uses two alternative conceptualizations of privacy: labor and currency to analyze the 2016 presidential election.

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From a Western Phenomenon to a Global Phenomenon: A Comparative Culutral Analysis of Reality TV in the U.S. and China

This paper explores what constitutes successful reality shows in the U.S., China, and select Arab nations based on a theoretical explanation of what is culturally resonant and perhaps politically necessary.

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How Spatial Proximity Matters in the Encounters between Strangers: Urban Chinese Young Adults and Their Use of WeChat

This article investigates how Chinese college students use WeChat to negotiate encounters with strangers who share physical proximity with them.

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"Brothers Gonna Work It Out": Cultural Representation as Sound in Public Enemy’s Fear of a Black Planet

This article examines the question of sound-as-meaning in popular music through an analysis of Public Enemy's "Fear of a Black Planet."

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Relationships between Human Beings and Objects: An Extension of Parasocial Interaction

This study examines human-object interaction and relationship development over time. Results include factors of frequent use and visiting of object as well as standard phases of relationship development.

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Published Online: February 14, 2017

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The Journal of Communication and Media Studies , Volume 2, Issue 1

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Terror and Illusion of the Consumerist Utopia in J. G. Ballard’s "Super-Cannes"

J. G. Ballard suggests that the simulated world, Eden-Olympia, is created by consumer society, where terror is disguised as "perverse warmth" through image and, therefore, violence is transformed into fiction.

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Published Online: October 6, 2016

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