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Persuading the Masses to Participate in a Rally: A Study of Media Photographs

Study explores whether or not media photographs that contain crowds can cause people to participate in a rally.

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Published Online: September 1, 2016

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The Use of Facebook as a Marketing Tool by Politicians: An Empirical Study in Mauritius

This qualitative study investigated politicians’ usage of Facebook and the relationship with voters. The findings show that Facebook contributes significantly in the success of politicians in Mauritius.

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Published Online: August 23, 2016

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Digital Natives and Perceived Technology Skills: Bridging the Digital Divide between Natives

This quantitative study examines the misconceptions and misunderstanding between millennials and their perceived technology skills necessary for the workplace. Overall, millennials are less technologically savvy than employers believe.

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Published Online: August 23, 2016

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Image after the Internet: Transmedia and Participatory Artistic Practices

This paper frames a cartographic and semiotic approach to dialogic mass media imagery as "hybrid meta images" reflecting on their post-internet condition of circulation and media unstable authorship and access.

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Published Online: August 18, 2016

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“Socially-Mediated” Texts in the Classroom: A Study of Undergraduate Students Analyzing Social Media

This study reports the results of undergraduate students’ experiences creating socially-mediated texts, assignments that integrate text with social media examples as support.

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Published Online: May 26, 2016

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Transliteracy and the Trans New Wave: Developing a New Canon of Cinematic Representations of Gender Diversity and Sexuality

Trans New Wave films require the ability to read and think across a range of cultural and theoretical perspectives. The use of transliteracy is introduced as an innovative theoretical approach.

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Published Online: April 5, 2016

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The Journal of Communication and Media Studies , Volume 1, Issue 3, September, 2016

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The Journal of Communication and Media Studies , Volume 1, Issue 2, June, 2016

Issue: Electronic

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Networked Poetries: Two Latin American Perspectives

Poetic Bodies in Cyberspace and The Politics of Agency are examined in Cristina Peri Rossi’s 2009 collection of poems, Playstation, and Belén Gaché’s 2013 online e-poem, “Radikal Karaoke.”

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Published Online: January 21, 2016

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Making Sense(s): Information and Visuality in Contemporary Ocular Defeatism

This paper investigates the role of digital image in relation the the historic (analogue) image, and its ability to be political and intersubjective in contemporary culture.

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Published Online: January 21, 2016

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