[csaa-forum] Global Media Journal Special Issue Communication Technology and Social Life
Jonathan.Marshall at uts.edu.au
Thu Oct 3 14:16:31 CST 2013
Just announcing a special issue of Global Media Journal Australia.
Communication Technology and Social Life: Collaboration, Innovation, Conflict and Disorder
1) Guest Editorial: Tanya Notley, Jonathan Marshall, Juan Francisco Salazar
2) Cyber-BFFs*: Assessing women's ‘perceived interconnectedness’ in Singapore's commercial lifestyle blog industry: Crystal Abidin
3) Phantasms collide: Navigating video-mediated communication in the Swedish workplace:
4) Creative interactions and improvable digital objects in cloud-based musical collaboration:
5) Self-writing a movement and contesting indigeneity, Being an Aboriginal activist on social media:
Theresa Lynn Petray
6) Death in Space and the Piracy Debate: Negotiating ethics and ontology in Entropia Universe:
7) Online video translation and subtitling: examining emerging practices and their implications for media activism in South East Asia: Tanya Notley, Juan Francisco Salazar, Alexandra Crosby
8) The Mess of Information and the Order of Doubt: Jonathan Paul Marshall
9) Narrative, Commercial Media and Atenco: Mexican Television Corporations and Political Power
Socorro Cancino Cifuentes
10) Book Review - The Stalking of Julia Gillard: How the media and Team Rudd brought down the Prime Minister: Myra Gurney
11) Book Review - Networks of outrage and hope. Social movements in the internet age: Ekaterina Tokareva
12) Book Review - Advertising, the media and globalization: A world in motion Julie Bilby
13) Book Review - Journalism and Conflict in Indonesia: From Reporting Violence to Promoting Peace: Alexandra Wake
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