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    Browse By Issue By Author By Title Other Journals Font Size Information For Readers For Authors For Librarians Current Issue Home About Login Register Search Current Archives Announcements Books For Review Print on demand SMID DK Home For Librarians Information For Librarians We encourage research librarians to list this journal among their library s electronic journal holdings As well it may be worth noting that this journal s open source

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    Abstract Index terms Full Text Browse By Issue By Author By Title Other Journals Font Size Information For Readers For Authors For Librarians Current Issue Home About Login Register Search Current Archives Announcements Books For Review Print on demand SMID

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  • Announcements
    Sara Mosberg Iversen siv sdu dk University of Southern Denmark Posted 2016 01 04 More Call for papers Complex Evolution Media and communication in contemporary Asia MedieKultur vol 33 no 62 Guest editors Jun Liu Assistant Professor Department of Media Cognition and Communication University of Copenhagen liujun hum ku dk Emilie Tinne Lehmann Jacobsen PhD fellow Department of Media Cognition and Communication University of Copenhagen lkq332 hum ku dk Deadline

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  • Books For Review
    modaliteter som til stadighed henvender sig til os Plot til lyst Spilbare mordgåder på tværs af medier By Kjetil Sandvig 2015 Aalborg Universitetsforlag Copy Available Yes Den velfungerende krimi faciliterer denne dobbelte plotlæsning ved at muliggøre en særlig form for legende og udforskende interaktion mellem læser og plot Ved at lægge spor ud og holde tolkningsmuligheder og løsningsmuligheder åbne får vi mulighe Sports Video Games and the Culture of Play Edited By Thomas P Oates Robert Alan Brookey 2014 Indiana University Press Copy Available Yes In this era of big media franchises sports branding has crossed platforms so that the sport its television broadcast and its replication in an electronic game are packaged and promoted as part of Playing with Religion in Digital Games Edited By Heidi A Cambell Gregory P Grieve 2014 Indiana University Press Copy Available Yes Shaman paragon God mode modern video games are heavily coded with religious undertones From the Shinto inspired Japanese video game Okami to the internationally popular The Legend of Zelda and Halo man Videoland Movie Culture at the American Video Store By Daniela Herbert 2014 University of California Press Copy Available Yes Videoland offers a comprehensive view of the tangible phase of consumer video when Americans largely accessed movies as material commodities at video rental stores Video stores served as a vital locus of movie culture from the early 1980 Distribution Revolution Conversations about the Digital Future of Film and Televisi Edited By Michael Curtin Jenifer Holt Kevin Sanson 2014 University of California Press Copy Available Yes Distribution Revolution is a collection of interviews with leading film and TV professionals concerning the many ways that digital delivery systems are tran Sport Racism and Social Media Edited By Neil Farrington Lee Hall Daniel Kilvington John Price Amir Saeed 2014 Routledge Taylor Francis Group Copy Available Yes Racist abuse may at one time have been hurled across the sports stadium or scrawled on a wall But in today s social media world it can be published to millions from almost anywhere in an instant Sport Racism and Social Medi The Media and Financial Crisis Comparative and Historical Perspectives Edited By Steve Schifferes Richard Robert 2014 Routledge Taylor Francis Group Copy Available Yes The Media and Financial Crises Comparative and Historical Perspectives provides unique insights into the debate on the role of the media in the global financial crisis Coverage is inter disciplinary with contributions from media studies poli Hollywood Puzzle Films By Warren Buckland 2014 Routledge Taylor Francis Group Copy Available Yes From Inception to The Lake House moviegoers are increasingly flocking to narratologically complex puzzle films These puzzle movies borrow techniques like fragmented spatio temporal reality time loo Far Flung Families in Film The Diasporic Family in Contemporary European Cinema By Daniela Berghahn 2014 Edinburgh University Press Copy Available Yes In the age of globalisation diasporic and other types of transnational family are increasingly represented in films such as East is East Le Grand Voyage Almanya Welcome to Germany Immigrant Memories Couscous When

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  • Call for papers: Growing old with and via media
    Copenhagen Monika Wilińska Monika Wilinska ju se Jönköping University Issue editor Sara Mosberg Iversen siv sdu dk University of Southern Denmark Media researchers hate old people claims the polemic title of an article by Norwegian media scholar Trine Syvertsen 2010 We will not go so far as to suggest that but do on the other hand maintain that older men and women and their media related practices as well as the mediated representations of old age deserve much more research interest from Media and Communication Studies than they currently get This is particularly relevant given the growing diversity of media uses and practices on the one hand and the intensification of public discourses regarding the expected ways of ageing if not non ageing in contemporary socio economical political and cultural domains Therefore it is crucial to examine these changes as processes that are intertwined This will facilitate a better understanding of the ways old age is approached in contemporary media texts technologies institutions and practices as well as how media in various ways contribute to shaping managing and negotiating old age both as representations policy issues and as experiences and practices of everyday life In this issue of MedieKultur we want to explore the processes and practices of growing old with and through media The particular focus is on the following two questions 1 How do media texts and institutions contribute to the maintenance and negotiations of different notions of ageing 2 What are the multiple roles of media technologies in old age today in terms of for instance memory work self monitoring the rhythm of everyday life or continuity between work life and retirement among diverse groups of older men and women MedieKultur invites theoretical methodological and empirical inquiries into the interplay between contemporary notions and practices of ageing

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  • Call for papers: Complex Evolution - Media and communication in contemporary Asia
    Asia has some of the largest most dynamic diversified and complicated media industries in the world Entering the 21st century the rapid economic and political developments of Asia have further energized the growth of media locally and globally But it is not just legacy media that has seen drastic transformation over the course of the last decade The rapid spread of information and communication technologies in the region has within very few years opened up a new media environment causing changes for the entire industry with new tools for media professionals shifts in consumption patterns and unfamiliar competition from different digital media Media and communication in Asia have thereby continuously attracted the attention of not only academia but also governments corporations media and the general public This special issue of MedieKultur asks what are the latest statuses of media in Asian countries For instance will greater access to information for journalists including independent journalists the professionalization of media and the emergence of civil society change the media ecology in the region s transitional societies such as Vietnam and Myanmar Will the proliferation of new information and communication technologies advance the process of democratization in authoritarian regimes such as China The

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