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’.
The whole world was watching when one of France's famous landmarks was the victim of a major fire. On April 15, 2019, the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral suffered a terrible tragedy. What role did social media play in spreading the news?
David Attenborough, a ground-breaking naturalist, has had a successful career on media such as television and radio. However, he still felt the need associate himself with new media like Instagram. This article speculates on why that may be.
The article places direct address in the TV-series Fleabag in the context of trends in self-representation on social media. Fleabag uses self-disclosure as a form of self-branding, to manipulate the audience and distract herself.
Going dark: The secret social lives of extremists (Julia Ebner)
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Going Dark:The secret social lives of extremists is a well structured introduction to the global far right, and succeeds in bringing academic research to a broad audience.
Native advertising is becoming an increasingly used marketing strategy. Instead of classic banner ads, marketers opt for this non-intrusive way of advertising. This article explores the growth of native advertising in journalistic mediums.
The article focuses on Fire Emblem, now one of Nintendo's most beloved franchises, and its community, examining what it takes to be a fan, where fans are found, deviance and the community, language quirks and other social traits.