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JournalISSN: 2213-0217

Necsus. European Journal of Media Studies 

Amsterdam University Press
About: Necsus. European Journal of Media Studies is an academic journal. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Film studies & Movie theater. It has an ISSN identifier of 2213-0217. It is also open access. Over the lifetime, 208 publications have been published receiving 794 citations.
Topics: Film studies, Movie theater, Kino, Narrative, Pleasure

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TL;DR: In this article, the Tunisian revolution was articulated on Twitter through a detailed analysis of a sample of more than 100,000 tweets posted between 18 December 2010 and 15 January 2011 with the hashtag #sidibouzid.
Abstract: This article explores how the Tunisian revolution was articulated on Twitter; it does so through a detailed analysis of a sample of more than 100,000 tweets posted between 18 December 2010 and 15 January 2011 with the hashtag #sidibouzid. In addition to this analysis nine active #sidibouzid users were interviewed. This examination shows that #sidibouzid constituted a global communication space in which different public audiences were strategically addressed through a variety of languages. How key users employed the different languages and the platform itself depended very much on their particular position in the Arab diaspora network.

33 citations

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TL;DR: In the context of advanced optical and tracking technologies that render animals permanently visible, the possibility of not-seeing emerges as a progressive modality of relation to animals that takes seriously the notion of animal privacy and the exposed animal resistance to the human gaze.
Abstract: Revisiting John Berger’s seminal essay ‘Why Look at Animals?’ (1980), this essay inverts Berger’s title in order to explore instances where the visibility of animals is at stake and where seeing is linked to forms of surveillance and control. In the context of advanced optical and tracking technologies that render animals permanently visible, the possibility of not-seeing emerges as a progressive modality of relation to animals that takes seriously the notion of animal privacy and the exposed animal’s resistance to the human gaze.

31 citations

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TL;DR: In 2008, the Heartland Institute, a Chicago-based libertarian public policy think-tank, organized the first international conference for climate change skeptics with the theme ‘Can You Hear Us Now? Global Warming is Not a Crisis!’ The event format was that of a traditional scientific conference with three days of parallel sessions and keynote speakers as discussed by the authors.
Abstract: This article makes a contribution to the study of the climate controversy by using Web data to research the status of skepticism within the climate debate. In March 2008 the Heartland Institute, a Chicago-based libertarian public policy think-tank, organised the first international conference for climate change skeptics with the theme ‘Can You Hear Us Now? Global Warming is Not a Crisis!’ The event format was that of a traditional scientific conference with three days of parallel sessions and keynote speakers as well as online proceedings. In his opening remarks Heartland’s president Joseph L. Bast stressed that the conference featured talks by over 200 scientists and other experts from leading universities and organisations from all over the world.

21 citations

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No. of papers from the Journal in previous years
YearPapers
201929
201821
201725
201617
201531
201431