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A frame is a set of meaningful signs connected to specific types of social action. Together they create a 'logic' of action and make the action understandable for those involved in it.

Sander Bax: de literatuur draait door!

Article
The Editors
01/03/2019
3 minutes to read

Op vrijdag 1 maart verschijnt bij Uitgeverij Prometheus De literatuur draait door, het nieuwe boek van Sander Bax (Tilburg University). Diggit Magazine zocht hem op voor een gesprek.

Russian Doll: Television in Digital Culture

Column
Suzanne van der Beek
14/02/2019
5 minutes to read

With Russian Doll, Netflix brings us a new innovative TV show that plays with video game storytelling, social media humor, and the bending of gendered stereotypes.

Facebook Birthday, Facebook old, Wechat, Weibo

Facebook is old: the Ford-T of social media just turned 15

Column
Jan Blommaert
05/02/2019
6 minutes to read

The very thing that has made Facebook great also makes it obsolete. Designed in the very early years of the 21st century and swept up in a wave of tremendous technological developments, Facebook now looks, and feels, almost medieval.

How did fake news run voters' opinions in the Brazilian elections

Article
Ana Clara Panontin Scarabelli
11/02/2019
21 minutes to read

Brazilian presidential election of 2018 became internationally known by the extreme rise of fake news. In this context, traditional media reappears as a counter-force for the fast spreads of false information.

Tommy Wieringa: de gedoodverfde winnaar

Article
Sander Bax
07/12/2018
9 minutes to read

Tot twee keer toe werd in november een literaire prijs uitgereikt aan een veelbesproken talkshowtafel. De gesprekken die daar gevoerd werden, maakten duidelijk met welke uitdagingen de mediagenieke schrijver van vandaag te maken krijgt. 

Dunkirk: History Re-created for the Big Screen

Paper
Fernanda Delgado
09/11/2018
14 minutes to read

How much truth can we find in fictional representations of history? This paper explores the real and fictional elements in Chrsitopher Nolan's Dunkirk, and how they work together to immerse its audience in the historical event.

batman, patriarchy

Why you should think twice before getting your kid Batman toys

Column
Jules van Iperen
28/11/2018
6 minutes to read

By making us sympathize with billionaire Batman, the superhero genre does a marvelous job in legitimizing powerful neoliberal politicians and American hegemony.