HU_SvJ_Literatuur

HU_SvJ_Literatuur

Do Quantitative and Qualitative Research Reflect two Distinct Cultures? An Empirical Analysis of 180 Articles Suggests “no” - David Kuehn, Ingo Rohlfing, 2022
Do Quantitative and Qualitative Research Reflect two Distinct Cultures? An Empirical Analysis of 180 Articles Suggests “no” - David Kuehn, Ingo Rohlfing, 2022
The debate about the characteristics and advantages of quantitative and qualitative methods is decades old. In their seminal monograph, A Tale of Two Cultures (...
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Do Quantitative and Qualitative Research Reflect two Distinct Cultures? An Empirical Analysis of 180 Articles Suggests “no” - David Kuehn, Ingo Rohlfing, 2022
A Qualitative Analysis of How Individuals Utilized the Twitter Hashtags #NotOkay and #MeToo to Comment on the Perpetration of Interpersonal Violence - Katherine W. Bogen, Prachi H. Bhuptani, Michelle Haikalis, Lindsay M. Orchowski, 2022
A Qualitative Analysis of How Individuals Utilized the Twitter Hashtags #NotOkay and #MeToo to Comment on the Perpetration of Interpersonal Violence - Katherine W. Bogen, Prachi H. Bhuptani, Michelle Haikalis, Lindsay M. Orchowski, 2022
The present study examined how individuals describe the nature of interpersonal violence perpetrated against them using the Twitter hashtags #NotOkay and #MeToo...
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A Qualitative Analysis of How Individuals Utilized the Twitter Hashtags #NotOkay and #MeToo to Comment on the Perpetration of Interpersonal Violence - Katherine W. Bogen, Prachi H. Bhuptani, Michelle Haikalis, Lindsay M. Orchowski, 2022
Representations of the 2014 Hong Kong protests in journalistic translation: A corpus-based critical framing analysis of Chinese and English news coverage - Yuan Ping, 2022
Representations of the 2014 Hong Kong protests in journalistic translation: A corpus-based critical framing analysis of Chinese and English news coverage - Yuan Ping, 2022
This article focuses on the 2014 Hong Kong protests (also known as the Occupy Central or the Umbrella Movement), which have been one of the most high-profile so...
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Representations of the 2014 Hong Kong protests in journalistic translation: A corpus-based critical framing analysis of Chinese and English news coverage - Yuan Ping, 2022
Using sport media exposure to promote gender equality: Counter-stereotypical gender perceptions and the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup - Loris Vezzali, Emilio Paolo Visintin, Elisa Bisagno, Laura Bröker, Alessia Cadamuro, Eleonora Crapolicchio, Leyla De Amicis, Gian Antonio Di Bernardo, Fei Huang, Xi Lou, Sofia Stathi, Inmaculada Valor-Segura, Jake Harwood, 2022
Using sport media exposure to promote gender equality: Counter-stereotypical gender perceptions and the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup - Loris Vezzali, Emilio Paolo Visintin, Elisa Bisagno, Laura Bröker, Alessia Cadamuro, Eleonora Crapolicchio, Leyla De Amicis, Gian Antonio Di Bernardo, Fei Huang, Xi Lou, Sofia Stathi, Inmaculada Valor-Segura, Jake Harwood, 2022
By relying on literature on counter-stereotypes and media contact, we investigated whether media exposure is associated with counter-stereotypical gender percep...
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Using sport media exposure to promote gender equality: Counter-stereotypical gender perceptions and the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup - Loris Vezzali, Emilio Paolo Visintin, Elisa Bisagno, Laura Bröker, Alessia Cadamuro, Eleonora Crapolicchio, Leyla De Amicis, Gian Antonio Di Bernardo, Fei Huang, Xi Lou, Sofia Stathi, Inmaculada Valor-Segura, Jake Harwood, 2022
New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia
New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia
Frequency: Yearly ISSN: 1361-4568 eISSN: 1740-7842 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13614568.2020.1802518 ABSTRACT The crowdfunding success depends on the collective capital giving by investors, and such behaviours are triggered by certain motivations. Thus we expect to identify investors’ motivation by exploring linguistic cues from project descriptions and examine what kinds of linguistic cues affect capital-giving decisions. Our research is based on self-determination theory, which falls human needs into one of two types, intrinsic motives or extrinsic motives. We create a word corpus and use it to classify the project descriptions into different motivations through text analytics. Finally, an econometric model is formulated to estimate the impact of investors’ motives on the fundraising success. Our empirical analyses demonstrate that the investors’ motivations for capital-giving vary in project categories. Furthermore, building relation and receiving gratitude are amongst the key determinants of investors’ involvement in crowdfunding, especially for community projects and creative works.
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New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia
Celebrity Studies
Celebrity Studies
Frequency: Yearly ISSN: 1939-2397 eISSN: 1939-2400 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/19392397.2019.1626749 ABSTRACT The nature conservation movement frequently relies on the lustre of celebrity personae to reach out with its message. As role models, celebrities exercise invisible power by representing certain norms and ideas while themselves being subordinate to social structures and discourses. Examining the case of Conservation International’s campaign, Nature Is Speaking, and guided by the methodological framework of multimodal critical discourse analysis, this study examines how celebrities, in alliance with the conservation movement, (re)produce certain ideas about nature and the human-nature relationship when discursively ‘celebrifying’ nature – turning nature into a ‘celebrity by association’ – by lending their celebrity properties to nature as represented in the campaign. The study identifies three ways of representing nature that the celebrification of nature produces in the campaign: nature as (1) eternal and magnificent, (2) caring and providing, and (3) mighty but delicate. Together these representations constitute a discourse that reproduces certain naturalised values and worldviews connected to the human-nature relationship. The paper concludes that the diversification of celebrity into new fields such as the natural is constitutive of the overall celebritisation of society, and it discusses the implications of the celebrification of nature in terms of reproduction of the human-nature dichotomy and obscuration of the structural aspects of environmental degradation.
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Celebrity Studies
Journal of Popular Film and Television
Journal of Popular Film and Television
Frequency: Yearly ISSN: 0195-6051 eISSN: 1930-6458 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01956051.2020.1832436 Abstract: The influx of European émigré filmmakers into the US film industry during the mid-1930s led to an exilic critique in Hollywood films. This study analyzes Fritz Lang’s Fury (1936) to explore the relationships between exile and trauma, engaging with issues of displacement, memory, the victim/perpetrator duality, and the loss of “home.”
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Journal of Popular Film and Television
Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television
Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television
Frequency: Yearly ISSN: 0143-9685 eISSN: 1465-3451 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01439685.2020.1857926 Before 1947 India had more than 560 princely states. All these states were ruled by independent princes with their own systems and laws and were not directly under the control of British. There was a great fascination for the princely states in Britain, and the early films addressed this curiosity. Several travel films, instructional films and the Durbar films presented the princely states as exotic Oriental spaces. On the other hand, the princely states also actively patronized the audio visual technologies. This article examines the interrelationship between princely state of Hyderabad and non-fiction film. It locates this relationship in the broad history of Orientalist curiosity about princely states in Europe and the patronage to modern technologies in the princely states. It elaborates on the process of making of the Silver Jubilee film of the VII Nizam, Mir Osman Ali Khan, and argues that princely films served different purposes for the European audience and for the princely state. The princely films played to the market for content on princely states in Europe but for the princely state of Hyderabad, films were a way to present itself as a modern state and enhance its stature.
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Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television
Mass Communication and Society
Mass Communication and Society
Frequency: Yearly ISSN: 1520-5436 eISSN: 1532-7825 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/15205436.2020.1864650 ABSTRACT This study aims to explore the content production at the Olympic Channel through a lens of gender. The eleven interviews with the Olympic Channel professionals suggest that (a) sports media professionals claimed considerable agency, with individual personality and perspectives heavily influencing their journalism practice; (b) regarding content selection, the Olympic Channel seeks to strike a balance between Olympic values and commercial pursuits; and (c) the considerable proportion of female employees play an important role in facilitating a female-friendly workplace in sports newsrooms. This study illustrates the degree to which employees at an International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) official sports media platform value gender equality in their journalism practice.
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Mass Communication and Society
Information, Communication & Society
Information, Communication & Society
Frequency: Yearly ISSN: 1369-118X eISSN: 1468-4462 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/1369118X.2020.1718177 ABSTRACT In debates on digital affordances, mobile devices and social media platforms are often treated as separate (physical or digital) objects which function independently from each other and from the environments in which they are used (‘platform-centrism’). However, mobile phone use has increasingly been dominated by social media apps while social media are frequently accessed via mobile devices, particularly in Global South contexts where users often rely on mobile-only internet access via subsidized/zero-rated social media data bundles. Furthermore, the affordances of mobile social media are shaped by the physical, mediated and political contexts in which they are used. Technological affordances are far from universal (‘digital universalism’) but take on different shapes across the globe. Drawing on research carried out during the September 2011 Zambian elections, this article introduces the notion of ‘relational affordance’ to emphasize the interplay between mobile social media, users and their varied contexts. Despite the relatively low number of mobile internet users at the time, the Facebook group of the popular, privately-owned Zambian television station, Muvi TV, quickly emerged as a fast-paced forum for the sharing of information on the elections. Three ‘relational affordances’ – infrastructure, home-based access and temporality – help to explain the emergence of this active mobile social media public. This analysis challenges previous accounts of mobile social media publics which identified negative (constraining) affordances like the control exerted by Facebook page administrators and positive (enabling) affordances such as the ‘always-on’ nature of mobile social media use and their ‘on-the-go’ access in public spaces.
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Information, Communication & Society
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
Frequency: Yearly ISSN: 0883-8151 eISSN: 1550-6878 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/08838151.2021.1944146 ABSTRACT This article aims to unravel modes of audiovisual consumption of teenagers (13–17-year-olds) in the era of connected viewing. Based on a mixed-method design the research seeks to unpack the complex interplay between four increasingly varying articulations that each shape the overall meaning and nature of audiovisual consumption: platform, screen, content and context. In the era of almost infinite media choice, the results demonstrate that teenagers select a fluid combination of platforms, screens and content within a certain context to form a personal audiovisual repertoire that satisfies their needs and matches their gratifications.
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Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
Feminist Media Studies
Feminist Media Studies
Frequency: Yearly ISSN: 1468-0777 eISSN: 1471-5902 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14680777.2020.1785910 ABSTRACT This article combines ethnography and textual analysis to consider the reasons for the immense popularity of the 2012 Chinese television series “The Legend of Zhen Huan” (LZH). I argue that LZH, a historical melodrama, stages key phenomena—especially in the depiction of feminine wielding of aroma—that audiences recognize as parallel to contemporary gender norms and governance in China. In LZH, aroma is treated as a diagnostic, infiltrating, and affective force that makes the female body permeable and affective, extending feminine power. Women use aroma to channel and transform male power. For audiences, who watched the series by the millions and continue to repeat its catchphrases, the depiction of aroma in LZH highlights the forms of biopower they are subject to, as well as imagined possibilities for political and personal resistance. Such resistance involves strategic manipulation of gender norms that have been pressed in the government’s recent exertion of biopower.
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Feminist Media Studies
Journal of Media Ethics
Journal of Media Ethics
Exploring Questions of Media Morality Frequency: Yearly ISSN: 2373-6992 eISSN: 2373-700X https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/23736992.2021.1938807
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Journal of Media Ethics
Journalism History
Journalism History
Frequency: Yearly ISSN: 0094-7679 eISSN: 2641-2071 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00947679.2021.1873044
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Journalism History
Journalism Practice
Journalism Practice
Frequency: Yearly ISSN: 1751-2786 eISSN: 1751-2794 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/17512786.2020.1755885 ABSTRACT When broadcast journalist Nicole Diekmann tweeted “Nazis out,” she launched a large cultural discussion in the German Twittersphere—the hashtag #NazisRaus began to trend, prompting politicians, celebrities, and other journalists to partake. This paper begins by analyzing the developing discourses surrounding Diekmann’s tweet via a two-fold qualitative content analysis, looking at both the @replies to her tweet and the emergent media coverage about the debate. The analyses yield that user commentary was predominantly positive, with many commending Diekmann for taking a stance against right-wing populism in Germany. Users debated the message itself, its social acceptability, and feasibility. Journalistic treatments of the #NazisRaus controversy was overall much more critical, with most journalist reprimanding Diekmann for engaging in activism as a fellow journalist, using examples of hate-speech to show what happens to journalists who dabble in activism. Building on these results, this paper then investigates the lessons of the #NazisRaus debate with a focus on the link between activist journalistic practice and its boundary work, arguing that the present political climate and growing right-wing culture might prompt journalists to engage in more activist public communication practices.
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Journalism Practice
Journalism Studies
Journalism Studies
Frequency: Yearly ISSN: 1461-670X eISSN: 1469-9699 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/1461670X.2021.1945941 ABSTRACT The public broadcaster RTV Slovenia strategically relied on non-standard employment for its permanent workers until the courts ruled that this was unlawful about a decade ago. The ensuing process of standardising employment has led to the regular employment of about 500 “permanently outsourced workers” under various arrangements. To interrogate the inverse, the study tests the Streeckian “beneficial constraints hypothesis”, whereby a reduction of external numerical flexibility should push RTVS on to the path of socially more sustainable flexibility in its internal functions that prove to be economically beneficial. The process expanded the standard employment and the grounding for the collective organisation of newsworkers, while the prevailing imperative of “rationalising” the tendencies for the norm of work intensification with greater workloads, saturated working time, and basic reskilling in the newsroom. Unlike the process of “proletarisation” that has economically subordinated journalists through the process of professionalisation and its ideologisation that sought to align their interests with those of media owners, the study reveals patterns of the “creative destruction of journalism” in response to the worsening material conditions of professional journalism, adapting newswork to the evolving commercial modes of digitised communication, introducing the ideology of non-professionalism to reskilling, while exposing newsworkers to pauperisation.
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Journalism Studies
Digital Journalism
Digital Journalism
Frequency: Yearly ISSN: 2167-0811 eISSN: 2167-082X https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/21670811.2021.1964854 Abstract This special issue of Digital Journalism includes a selection of articles from the seventh biennial Future of Journalism (FOJ) conference hosted by Cardiff University’s School of Journalism, Media and Culture (JOMEC) in September 2019. With the theme, “Innovations, Transitions and Transformations”, the conference featured a wide range of presentations variously exploring how journalism practice is changing in response to technological change, as well as others highlighting the urgent need for development of new conceptual frameworks and methodological approaches to better understand such transformations. The papers in this issue build upon the conference theme, offering a broad array of compelling and important insights into contemporary issues and debates across the field of digital journalism studies.
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Digital Journalism