Digital Culture and Society

<p>This article is written as part of one of the courses of the&nbsp;BA Online Culture: Art, Media and Society or the MA Online Culture&nbsp;at Tilburg University. <a href="https://www.tilburguniversity.edu/education/bachelors-programs/online-cu..." target="_blank">Click on the link for more info on the courses and the programme.</a></p>

<p>In this international Bachelor’s program Online Culture: Art, Media and Society (Culture Studies) the focus is on digital culture and (new) media. From disciplines such as cultural studies and media studies you study how digitalization and globalization influence our way of living. You discuss new ways of communication, art expressions as well as (social) media expressions like memes and trolls. You research how such ways of communication and expressions are established and how they manifest in, and have influence on a society that increasingly takes place online. Additionally, you actively contribute to digital culture by writing papers and opinion pieces for our own online platform Diggit Magazine.</p>
 

 

Influencers: From Connectedness to Connectivity

Article
Mariosé Bergsteijn
02/12/2019
9 minutes to read

Online social life is not merely about human connectedness anymore. This article shows how influencers instead use automated connectivity to influence their audiences via social media platforms.

Youtube Demonitization Adcopalypse

YouTube's demonetization situation and the adpocalypse

Article
Alex Sinke
26/09/2018
12 minutes to read

YouTube, the most famous and global video sharing platform, is home to an overwhelming amount of content creators. However, the monetization scheme and the adpocalypse that followed have changed things for the worse.

Amanda Todd

The digital age and online bullying

Paper
Lovise Neess
03/10/2018
19 minutes to read

This paper aims to explore how the digital age influences social behavior within the context of online bullying, with case of Amanda Todd as point of reference. The analysis is done from a broad sociological perspective.

Music criticism in the digital age

Paper
Sam Branten
01/09/2016
16 minutes to read

This paper discusses the implications of digitalisation for music criticism. It may seem that professional music criticism is no longer relevant in the digitalised society of today, but in this paper, it is argued that this is not the case.

Hong Kong Umbrella Movement

The Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong

Paper
Ho Chuen Ng
15/03/2017
23 minutes to read

This paper uses the Umbrella Movement as a case study to illustrate how the digital world can empower people in social movements. 

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