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Digital Storytelling

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With daily activities and life moving online, digital stories that are specifically created for online publication are appearing. Digital stories make use of the the media's interactive, mulitplatform and multimodal affordances.

Fairy Tales are reimgined and updated in the Girl Tales Podcast. This is an interview with podcast found and executive Producer Rebecca Cunningham and producer, writer, voice actor Tessa Flannery.

An Interview with Stine Liv Johansen about the fan engagement of the Norwegian online drama series SKAM. The innovative publication concept of the show for teenagers resulted in a high emotional involvement that both researchers and fans felt.

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Doctor Who: Is there a female Doctor just to lure in young fans? (Chris Chibnall)

Review
Ananya Sen
20/01/2021
10 minutes to read

This review of the Thirteenth Doctor in Doctor Who discusses gender representation and its relation to fandom, and whether the move to cast a female Doctor was indeed a step in the right direction. 

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Young Adult Media and Fandom

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Books, series and other media where young adults are the targeted audience. Examines the interrelated role of consumer and content, specifically pertaining to topics like fandom, paricipation, and readership.

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Human Minds and Animal Stories, or How Narratives Shape Attitudes (Malecki, Sorokowski, Pawlowski, Cienski)

Review
Luiza Dubicka
07/12/2020
12 minutes to read

Human Minds and Animal Stories takes a look at how stories can change human attitudes towards other species. A change in attitudes can lead to change in our current practices involving animals. Can an academic publication reach a broader audience?

How FarmVille 2 Celebrates Capitalism and Animal Exploitation

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Luiza Dubicka
08/10/2021
14 minutes to read

FarmVille 2 draws heavily on cultural scripts which normalise the exploitation of animals, thus celebrating capitalism. Through a speciesist representation of human-nonhuman animal relations, FarmVille 2 perpetuates oppressive models of practice.