Arie Slob

Geachte heer Slob (open brief)

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Jan Dijsselbloem
10/11/2020

Arie Slob keurt homoseksualiteit af, maar niet te veel. Deze tweespalt zaait verdeeldheid en druist in tegen de wet omtrent het huwelijk voor partners van hetzelfde geslacht. Dat is al erg genoeg, maar het drijft iedereen uit elkaar.

Chadwick Boseman

Chadwick Boseman’s death & Hegemony

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Joël Grassère
22/10/2020

Through the passing of Chadwick Boseman combined with the Black lives Matter protests, cultural representation has become an important debate. This discourse shows hegemony, polarization, and linguistic repertoires. 

Mayor Pete, Hybrid Media system, Message

Mayor Pete, The Hybrid Media System and Message

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Joël Grassère
21/10/2020

Mayor Pete was an interesting potential democratic candidate for the presidency. He used the hybrid media sytem and message politics in a niched manner. 

'Stories We Tell'

About the documemoir: 'Stories We Tell'

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Nataliia Vdovychenko
10/02/2020

Autobiographical documentaries invite their viewers to explore the hidden world of one’s personal journeys. They allow the audience to get a glimpse of the deep and meaningful life stories of the unique personality of the protagonist.

The performative documentary: Paris is burning

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Tatsuya Ishikawa
03/02/2020

This movie is about the ball circuit and the gay people. A chronicle of New York's drag scene in the 1980s, focusing on balls, voguing and the ambitions and dreams of those who gave the era its warmth and vitality.

R.M. Drake

More Depth to Instagram

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Ruby van Schaik
23/11/2019

On the popularity of Instapoetry and the controversy it brings. Can Instapoetry be considered art? How Instapoetry's synthetic intermediality is adding to the development of poetry as an art. 

Can Social Media contribute to Human Rights?

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Blean Tsige
23/05/2019

The aim of this blog is to show how technology, specifically social media is changing our lives in every aspect. Especially in the ambients, we didn't expect a change in.