Transmedia Storytelling is a concept that explains the distribution of media content across multiple media platforms. In a multi-layered media landscape, content is no longer confined to one medium, but rather works across media boundaries.
Media frames in the context of mass-media communication refers to the way interpretations of a message are encouraged or discouraged. It was first introduced by Erving Goffman in 1974 through his book, ‘Frame Analysis’.
Hyperlinks are links from one hypertext document to another and usually consist of a highlighted word, phrase, or image. The term was used and elaborated on by Juliette De Maeyer in her article, 'Towards a hyperlinked society: A critical review of link studies'.
This article explores participatory art as political resistance, blurring art and activism, fostering solidarity, and shaping global protests in "The Little Picketers of Russia" project during the Ukraine war.
How can ‘fiction literacy’ help people to get grip on the erosion of reality? Odile Heynders argues that trained or educated readers are capable of recognizing the permeability of factional and fictional elements in a narrative.
The Pinky Glove proves that periods are a societal taboo topic. This article is a deep dive into how German media reinforces menstruation stigma and stereotypes and how digital menstrual activism combats the negative menstrual status quo.
Rihanna will be performing the Super Bowl 2023 in February. The announcement of the singer was received with open arms by the fans. This paper aims to investigate the public's reaction to the announcement on social media.
Following the controversial broadcasts of Ongehoord Nederland, temporary Twitter communities quickly arise. Can we consider these communities as 'thick'? Or are they more 'light' in nature? This article uses ethnomining to find out.