Media Ecology & Artificial Intelligence 2019


Notes:

According to the Media Ecology Association, media ecology “is the study of media environments, the idea that technology and techniques, modes of information and codes of communication play a leading role in human affairs“.

  • Algorithmic culture
  • Automated lives
  • New media ecology
  • Scientific transmedia storytelling
  • Social media ecology
  • Virtual ecology

Wikipedia:

References:

See also:

INSCAPE (Interactive Storytelling for Creative People)Transmedia Storytelling


The relevance of RD Laing to the AI movement and to media ecology more generally: Projection and the feeling of being understood
C Anton – Explorations in Media Ecology, 2019 – ingentaconnect.com
… KEYWORDS RD Laing social robots artificial intelligence projection David Levy Sherry Turkle COREY ANTON Grand Valley State University The relevance of RD Laing to the AI movement and to media ecology more generally: Projection and the feeling of being understood …

Sound, Media, Ecology
M Droumeva, R Jordan – 2019 – Springer
… Page 15. xv 1 Sound, Media, Ecology: Introduction in Three Acts 1 Milena Droumeva and Randolph Jordan Section I Acoustic Ecology … His projects consider instruments and signal processing; artificial intelligence; and the intersections of disability, technology and perception …

Understanding the Laws of Media Engagement
N Goltz, T Dowdeswell – The Imaginationless Generation, 2019 – brill.com
… This is particularly true of longitudinal studies, discussed in Chapter 1, which are the studies that are most needed to ground media ecology empirically … The Internet, new media, and artificial intelligence have altered the basic processes of interpersonal interaction …

Sound, Media, Ecology: Introduction in Three Acts
M Droumeva, R Jordan – Sound, Media, Ecology, 2019 – Springer
… Sound, Media, Ecology: Introduction in Three Acts … decades, utopian social permaculture is similarly an attempt to navigate an impending climate crisis, as well as salvage humanity from a world of political upheaval, and the omnipresence of artificial intelligence in modern life …

Through the Looking Glass: The Role of Portals in South Korea’s Online News Media Ecology.
T Dwyer, J Hutchinson – Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia, 2019 – jceasia.org
… In conducting our research of the Korean portals, we formed the view that their news media ecology offers an important and perhaps … The AI Now Report (Whittaker et al., 2018) considered these same issues within the context of automation and artificial intelligence (AI), and …

MEDIACY: A way to enrich media literacy
E Berger, RK Logan, A Ringel… – Journal of Media …, 2019 – digitalcommons.uri.edu
… Keywords: mediacy, media literacy, literacy, media ecology, Marshall McLuhan … various social media apps that populate these media, and new emerging digital technologies, such us virtual reality, augmented reality, immersive media, artificial intelligence, kinesthetic interfaces …

Responsive Listening: Negotiating Cities of Sirens, Smartphones and Sensors
S Barns – Sound, Media, Ecology, 2019 – Springer
… Sound, Media, Ecology pp 217-231 | Cite as. Responsive … soundscape. Machinic listening—better known as machine learning—uses the data generated by MEMs sensors to structure and analyse data for artificial intelligence (AI) applications …

Artificial intelligence and journalism: diluting the impact of disinformation and fake news through bots.
JM Flores Vivar – Doxa Comunicación, 2019 – search.ebscohost.com
… This work makes up the partial results of the research project “Media Ecology and emerging technologies: Cyberculture, Interdisciplinary, and Applied Research … 2. Emerging information models based on algorithms and artificial intelligence …

Regulating terrorist content on social media: automation and the rule of law
S Macdonald, SG Correia, AL Watkin – International Journal of Law in …, 2019 – cambridge.org
… Abstract Social-media companies make extensive use of artificial intelligence in their efforts to remove and block terrorist content from their platforms … removal and blocking of terrorist content and argues that regard must be had to the whole social-media ecology, as well as to …

The relationship between influential actors’ language and violence: A Kenyan case study using artificial intelligence
C Mahony, E Albrecht, M Sensoy – 2019 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… The proprietary NLP software, which incorporates the latest artificial intelligence advances, including deep learning, transforms unstructured textual data (ie a tweet or blog post) into structured data (ie a number) to gauge the authors’ changing emotional tone over time …

The Zoom Interference Model of New Media. A Metaphor-Based Dynamic Approach in the Jungle of Concepts
K Fehér – Mediatization Studies, 2019 – lsmll.journals.umcs.pl
… 37, pp. 137–145. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tele.2018.04.005. Fox S. (2016). Domesticating artificial intelligence: Expanding human self-expression through applications of artifiial intelligence in prosumption. Journal of Customer Culture, Vol. 18(1), pp. 169–183 …

Modern Information Society as a Research Problem
VY Ivlev, MI Ivleva – 4th International Conference on …, 2019 – atlantis-press.com
… [15] RK Logan, McLuhan’s Philosophy of Media Ecology: An Introduction. Philosophies, 2016, vol. 1, 133 – 140. [16] VA Inozemtsev, ML Ivleva, V. Yu. Ivlev, “Artificial intelligence and problem of computer representation of knowledge”, Proceedings of the 2017 2nd International …

Multimodal Scholarship in World Soundscape Project Composition: Toward a Different Media-Theoretical Legacy (Or: The WSP as OG DH)
J Sterne – Sound, Media, Ecology, 2019 – Springer
… Sound, Media, Ecology. Download book …

Nothing Connects Us but Imagined Sound
M Akiyama – Sound, Media, Ecology, 2019 – Springer
… Sound, Media, Ecology pp 113-129 | Cite as. Nothing Connects Us but Imagined Sound … New York: Routledge.Google Scholar. Conner-Simons, A. (2016, June). Artificial Intelligence Produces Realistic Sounds That Fool Humans. MIT News …

A-Life: the creation and development of new modes of realism
M Guglielmetti – 2019 – pl02.donau-uni.ac.at
… If we consider Fullerís observation regarding media ecology at face value a number of questions surface; what transpires by merging … of subjective enunciation will pose itself ever more forcefully as machines producing signs, images, syntax and artificial intelligence continue to …

10. How Do You Trust?
J Haider, O Sundin – … Media and Information Literacy (MIL) in the … – portal.research.lu.se
… infrastructural meaning- making are introduced to shed light on the information infrastructure’s significance for MIL in today’s digital media ecology … way in which the spread of conspiracy theories and disinformation tends to pick up speed, and artificial intelligence (AI) powered …

Scientificizing McLuhan: predicates of man-machine coupling, the triplex isomorphism hypothesis, and its aesthetic consequences
SR Basbaum – ARS (São Paulo), 2019 – SciELO Brasil
… becomes even more compelling once we recognize the level of pervasiveness and ubiquity digital sensors, devices and artificial intelligence systems do … is nothing new about this: it is just the collapse of the experience of the classical subject in our contemporary media ecology …

Cientifizando McLuhan: predicados do acoplamento homem-máquina, a hipótese do tríplice isomorfismo e suas consequências estéticas
SR Basbaum – ARS (São Paulo), 2019 – SciELO Brasil
… becomes even more compelling once we recognize the level of pervasiveness and ubiquity digital sensors, devices and artificial intelligence systems do … is nothing new about this: it is just the collapse of the experience of the classical subject in our contemporary media ecology …

From Homo Sapiens to Robo Sapiens: The Evolution of Intelligence
A Ringel Raveh, B Tamir – Information, 2019 – mdpi.com
… Previous Article in Special Issue Artificial Intelligence and the Limitations of Information … Abstract. : In this paper, we present a review of recent developments in artificial intelligence (AI) towards the possibility of an artificial intelligence equal that of human intelligence …

Technological dimensions and media economics
Y Liu, W Hsu – A Research Agenda for Media Economics, 2019 – elgaronline.com
… to media content, and changes the media ecology, advertising, marketing, business models and view- ing behavior. Augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR) and mixed reality (MR) make content more vivid and interactive. The creation of artificial intelligence (AI) means …

Immersive Communication: The Communication Paradigm of the Third Media Age
Q Li – 2019 – taylorfrancis.com
Communication, like the atmosphere itself, is ubiquitous and essential for humans, and, with the development of new technologies, such as ubiquitous network, big data, 3D printing, virtual reality, and artificial intelligence, it has become almost impossible to live without it …

AI and the Singularity: A Fallacy or a Great Opportunity?
A Braga, RK Logan – 2019 – mdpi.com
… AI Has no Clothes: Limits to Artificial Intelligence. In this lead paper, we argued that the premise of the technological Singularity, based on the notion that computers will one day be smarter than their human creators, is false, and made use of the techniques of media ecology …

Facial Recognition, Big Data, and Close Readings: Tracing the Asset in the Bourne and Snowden Trailers
C Vernallis, D Oore, J Buhler – Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 2019 – Taylor & Francis
… Predictions include a 40% unemployment rate thanks to robots; CRISPR editing that will create pressures for engineered babies; corporations that can bypass resumes because Big Data and artificial intelligence (AI) will … Those we enjoy might spur a more varied media ecology …

Information, Communication and Art: Zen Buddhism and Martin Heidegger
Y Xilin – 2019 – philpapers.org
… division and abstraction represented in hot media becomes the basic premise for a holistic approach to computer science and artificial intelligence … Studying Media as Media: McLuhan and the Media Ecology Approach.Lance Strate – 2008 – Mediatropes 1 (1):127-142 …

Disrupting Daesh: measuring takedown of online terrorist material and its impacts
M Conway, M Khawaja, S Lakhani, J Reffin… – Studies in Conflict & …, 2019 – Taylor & Francis
… IS’s and other jihadists’ online activity was never solely restricted to Twitter; it is just one node in a wider jihadist social media ecology … remove 99 percent of IS and Al Qaeda material prior to it being flagged by users “primarily” due to advances in artificial intelligence techniques …

Network Model for Online News Media Landscape in Twitter
F Lumban Gaol, T Matsuo, A Maulana – Information, 2019 – mdpi.com
… Abstract. : Today, most studies of audience networks analyze the landscape of the news media on the web. However, media ecology has been drastically reconfigured by the emergence of social media. In this study, we use …

The Business of News Sharing
F Martin – Sharing News Online, 2019 – Springer
… Like the US schools of media ecology, after Innis, McLuhan and Ong, we are attentive to the evolution of media technologies and … Artificial intelligence based filters now conduct first pass culls of illegal content, identifying some potentially ‘violating’ posts for human consideration …

3. Media and Information Literacy: Field of Knowledge, Concepts and History
U Carlsson – Understanding Media and Information Literacy (MIL) in … – researchgate.net
… The same thing happened again in response to digitization and artificial intelligence, AI … 1950– 3. Media ecology: The study of media environments: their structure, content, and impact on human affairs.” It tries to find out what roles media force us to play, how media structure …

A practical guide to studying emergent communication through grounded language games
J Nevens, P Van Eecke, K Beuls – AISB …, 2019 – aisb2019.falmouthgamesacademy …
… The question of how an effective and efficient communi- cation system can emerge in a population of agents that need to solve a particular task attracts more and more attention from researchers in many fields, including artificial intelligence, linguistics and sta- tistical physics …

Playing Nature: Ecology in Video Games
AY Chang – 2019 – books.google.com
… As I will argue throughout this book, ecology and environmental science offer compelling ways to understand game worlds, beyond the mostly metaphorical paradigm of media ecology and even spatially informed traditions of environmental storytelling, as seen in theme park …

Shapes of Cognition in Typographical Fictions
T Ghosal – Studies in the Novel, 2019 – muse.jhu.edu
… Their reflections on Nietzsche’s relationship with the typewriter in the light of late-twentieth-century media ecology drive home the idea … The central claim of the first generation of cognitive scientists, who were strongly committed to developing artificial intelligence, was that the …

Digital Disruption And Workforce Development In Nigeria’S Printing Industry: A Media Innovations Perspective
AA Afolabi, OJ Fatai – researchgate.net
… (i) Emergence; the appearance of the medium in the media ecology … Examples of such new technologies are; data mining and analysis, Internet of Things (IoT), 3D printing, mobile technologies, cloud computing, artificial intelligence (AI), etc …

Cars and Contemporary Communication: Machine, Medium, Mobility.
T VON PAPE, G GOGGIN… – International Journal of …, 2019 – search.ebscohost.com
… look to the self-driving car as a prism to analyze the broader phenomena of automation and artificial intelligence as these … do justice to both traditions of communication and transportation research is Julia Hildebrand’s (2018) approach to align media ecology and transportation …

Cars and Contemporary Communication: Machine, Medium, Mobility–Introduction
T Von Pape, G Goggin, L Forlano – International Journal of Communication, 2019 – ijoc.org
… look to the self-driving car as a prism to analyze the broader phenomena of automation and artificial intelligence as these … do justice to both traditions of communication and transportation research is Julia Hildebrand’s (2018) approach to align media ecology and transportation …

Sharing News Online Survey
F Martin, T Dwyer – Sharing News – Springer
… Apple News, 83, 101, 104 Application programming interface (API), 11, 13, 47, 49, 52, 67, 68, 97, 107 ARPAnet, 41 Artificial intelligence (AI), 192 … 111, 169, 171 Crisis, 36, 240, 267, 269, 271–273, 276–279 Crisis communications, 269, 272, 273, 279 Critical media ecology, 6, 12 …

Creative Innovation, Trust and Ethics in the Digital Age
T Flew – Trust and Ethics in the Digital Age (November 2, 2019), 2019 – papers.ssrn.com
… Page 8. 8 artificial intelligence, augmented reality, virtual reality and blockchain on cultural and creative industries (World Economic Forum/McKinsey & Co., 2018) … media ecology. International Communication Gazette, 82(1). https://doi.org/10.1177/1748048519880726 …

Regulating the internet intermediaries in a post-truth world: Beyond media policy?
P Iosifidis, L Andrews – International Communication Gazette, 2019 – journals.sagepub.com
The regulation of internet intermediaries such as Facebook and Google has drawn increasing academic, journalistic and political attention since the ‘fake news’ …

Toward a Reconsideration of Hypermediacy: Immersion in Survival Horror Games and Eighteenth-Century Novels
A Nae, AI Bacalu – Playing the Field: Video Games and American …, 2019 – books.google.com
Andrei Nae and Alexandra Ileana Bacalu Toward a Reconsideration of Hypermediacy: Immersion in Survival Horror Games and Eighteenth-Century Novels Probably more than ever, our contemporary media ecology is engaged in an im- mersion race that calls for the constant …

Predicting physicians’ satisfaction with electronic medical records using artificial neural network modeling
HM Alharthi – Saudi Journal for Health Sciences, 2019 – saudijhealthsci.org
… involving the measurement of physicians’ satisfaction with electronic medical records (EMRs) using a branch of artificial intelligence known as … Biocca F. Explicating user behavior toward multi-screen adoption and diffusion: User experience in the multi-screen media ecology …

Public Relations Crisis Communication
L Anderson-Meli, S Koshy – content.taylorfrancis.com
… investigates existing group communication theories, including organizational cul- ture, critical theory of organizations, media ecology, public rhetoric … as the Fourth Industrial Revolution given the rapidly emerging technologies promoted by digitisation and artificial intelligence …

Reinventing Natural Law as a School of Virtue
N Delicata – Awakening: Exploring Spirituality, Emergent …, 2019 – books.google.com
… By considering the work of the multi-disciplinary field of “media ecology,” 1 I will argue that a wondrous sense of … the “electric” revolution born in the nineteenth century that today has become an “information” revolution increasingly mediated by Artificial Intelligence (AI), has …

A Study On The Effect Of Socia Media On Students’ Life Case Study: Female Students of Yangon University of Economics
SHM Oo – 2019 – oar-yueco.archive.knowledgearc.net
… MEcon (Eco) Master of Economics MET Media Ecology Theory MiDO Myanmar ICT for Development Organization NM New Media … According to the Media Ecology Theory (MET) aims to understand the social impact of technology and communication (McLuhan, 1964) …

The World as Medium: A Whiteheadian Media Philosophy
A Murphie – Immediation I – oapen.org
… 15 This might require a more complex but also humble understanding of “our” media and communications in relation to the rest of what is happening in the world—a true “media ecology.” The entire world becomes a medium for the “vector transmission” of feeling …

On the relativity of old and new media: A lifeworld perspective
M Menke, C Schwarzenegger – Convergence, 2019 – journals.sagepub.com
It is an old, yet, accurate observation that the ‘newness’ of media is and most probably will continue to be a catalyst for research in media and communication …

Charles Taylor? s Critique of Technopoly
L Trujillo-Liñán – athensjournals.gr
… He was a professor of media ecology at New York University and died in 2003 … Today, we have arrived to the limit of the media, the Artificial Intelligence the medium of the media because, we can do through this technology almost everything we want, as it name say it, it is an …

Transatlantic Perspectives
GVT MCLUHAN’S – content.taylorfrancis.com
… us the concepts of media archaeology and media ecology once again travel the Atlantic into Anglo-American media theory … insight that media are the ‘extensions of man’, and places television theory in the context of the development of artificial intelligence and computing …

Philosophy of Technology: Who Is in the Saddle?
J Swartz, J Wasko, C Marvin… – Journalism & Mass …, 2019 – journals.sagepub.com
Skip to main content …

Negotiating collaboration and commodification: the social media logic of co-design on Pinterest
L Scolere – CoDesign, 2019 – Taylor & Francis
… The ‘free labor’ (Terranova 2000) of pinners has enabled Pinterest to leverage visual artificial intelligence (AI) to build a machine-learning model that can analyze users’ visual search patterns to identify ‘visually similar images or thematically similar’ images (Wired Insider 2018) …

Research on the Reform of Media Talents Training Mechanism Against the Background of the New National Standard
W Zhang – 5th International Conference on Arts, Design and …, 2019 – atlantis-press.com
… of science and technology has promoted the rapid development of the media industry, changed the traditional media ecology, and made … of Talent Training Model 1) Strengthening professional awareness and making scientific plans: At present, artificial intelligence has brought …

The Role of Social Media Hashtags in Political Promotions: Mediating Role of Supply Chain Communication
A Jamil, E Rekarti, R Briandana… – Int. J Sup. Chain. Mgt …, 2019 – researchgate.net
… [16] KD Hoyt, ”The affect of the hashtag:# HandsUpDontShoot and the body in peril,, Explorations in Media Ecology, Vol … R. Power, “Using social media to enhance emergency situation awareness,” In Twenty-Fourth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2015 …

Emotions and Loneliness in a Networked Society
B Fox – 2019 – Springer
… She is currently part of the media ecology research project. Her topics of inter- ests are networks, social media and online tools for digital democracy … Page 14. road traffic accidents in the district of Setúbal,’which focuses on data science and artificial intelligence …

Building Church Community in a Digital Age
BB Akinbinu – 2019 – search.proquest.com
… Page 5. iv Abstract This paper examines how individuals’ social interactions are influenced by the media environments they inhabit (Media Ecology) and the consequent impact on the … 12 1.1 Media Ecology ….. 14 …

Algorithms are fake. Panel# 10· Col· lectiu Estampa. The bad student. Critical pedagogy for artificial intelligences· Mitra Azar. Drive to visibility and games of …
A Facchetti, EF Romero, Z Osorio, VS Blanco… – After Post-Truth – discovery.ucl.ac.uk
… _The design of machines for deception: ethics and aesthetics of trolls and bots. _The possibility of lying through artificial intelligence (and its cultural biases) vs. the technological impossibility of lying (collective control, the automatisa- tion of trust, blockchain technologies) …

Media agenda diversity and intermedia agenda setting in a controlled media environment: A computational analysis of china’s online news
L Guo – Journalism Studies, 2019 – Taylor & Francis
… 14 Development, construction, Free Trade Area (FTA), test area, agriculture, pension, artificial intelligence, strategy, open, nation … 7 Internet, automobile, platform, technique, company, industry, product, market, artificial intelligence, service Technological development 6.09 …

Analyzing social media data: A mixed-methods framework combining computational and qualitative text analysis
M Andreotta, R Nugroho, MJ Hurlstone… – Behavior research …, 2019 – Springer
To qualitative researchers, social media offers a novel opportunity to harvest a massive and diverse range of content without the need for intrusive or intensive data collection procedures. However,…

Creator Governance in Social Media Entertainment
S Cunningham, D Craig – Social Media+ Society, 2019 – journals.sagepub.com
This article addresses the platformization of cultural production by offering a creator-centric account of industrial and governance issues in social media entertainment (SME). SME is our term for …

The Future of the Newsroom in the Age of New Media: A Survey on Diffusion of Innovations in American Newsrooms
CB Stein – 2019 – search.proquest.com
… while good storytelling remains a constant. Add citizen journalists with cameras on their phones, artificial intelligence, software platforms that can manipulate images and holograms that can actually project three dimensional Page 21. THE FUTURE OF THE NEWSROOM 7 …

The handbook of journalism studies
K Wahl-Jorgensen, T Hanitzsch – 2019 – taylorfrancis.com
… The rise of social media has altered the media ecology in which journalism functions, including processes that can make it uncertain who counts as a journalist, encourage public participation, or facilitate the spread of “fake news.” Computational journalism has expanded the …

A Non-Anthropocentric Approach to The Digital Writing: Some Remarks on The Agency of Digital Writing
S Kim – Netcom. Réseaux, communication et territoires, 2019 – journals.openedition.org
… be instantiated in the interplay between print-based and digital media in the literacy practices of writers in digital media ecology … In particular, writing machines that have emerged with the development of artificial intelligence produce some complex and fundamental problems …

Tweeting the Russian revolution: RT’s# 1917LIVE and social media re-enactments as public diplomacy
R Crilley, M Gillespie, A Willis – European Journal of Cultural …, 2019 – journals.sagepub.com
Throughout 2017, the Russian state broadcaster, RT (formerly Russia Today), commemorated the centenary of the 1917 revolution with a social media re-enactment. Centred on Twitter, the 1917LIVE proj…

Trust in engineering
PJ Nickel – Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Engineering …, 2019 – academia.edu
… This type of explanation may be elusive, however, because the social media ecology is constantly changing with technological, economic, and social forces … Examples include trust in a robot to take over parts of a shared assembly task, trust in artificial intelligence to make …

The SAGE International Encyclopedia of Mass Media and Society
DL Merskin – 2019 – books.google.com
… Apps Argentina Artificial Intelligence Asian American Magazines Asian American Movies Asian American Newspapers Asian American Radio … Media and Poverty Media Bias Media Dependency Media Diplomacy Media Echo Chamber Media Ecology Media Entrepreneurship …

Reframing the participative edge of virtual reality
A Nacher – Cultures of Participation: Arts, Digital Media and …, 2019 – books.google.com
… Yet understanding VR as an umbrella term requires taking into account the broader media ecology of the nascent VR that has … The overlapping realities concerned are those of human intelligence and aesthetic sensibility with those of artificial intelligence and what might be …

Interview with Dale Hudson and Patricia R. Zimmermann
R Watson – Studies in Documentary Film, 2019 – Taylor & Francis
… RW: The book engages posthuman theory. How does it connect to digital documentary forms and postcolonialism? DH: Posthuman theory is associated more with digital media than postcolonial theory, but it is more than AI [artificial intelligence] as portrayed in films …

The industry of public relations is rapidly evolving, requiring practitioners to have greater specialization than ever before. Hand in hand with the growth of the industry …
CM Kim – content.taylorfrancis.com
… Her research specialties include credibility, digital strategy, media ecology, and public relations education. Public Relations Page 3. Page 4 … Currently, Leo is a partner at Blackbox AI (an artificial intelligence technology provider) where he is responsible for sales and marketing …

Jugaad time: Ecologies of everyday hacking in India
AS Rai – 2019 – books.google.com
… Considering this far-reaching media ecology as both volatile and value generating, Jugaad Time develops a method that aims to take empiricism in the direction of pragmatic experimentations in becoming Other(s). By taking as its primary examples everyday practices for the …

Lukewarm Nationalism: The 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Social Media and Affective Communities
Y M?ri – International Journal of Japanese Sociology, 2019 – Wiley Online Library
… The rapid development of new technology, including artificial intelligence, virtual reality, augmented reality, and the Internet of things has changed the … forms of media studies deal not only with specific media or content, but with the whole structure of the media ecology system …

Ethics and Religion in the Age of Social Media: Digital Proverbs for Responsible Citizens
K Healey, RH Woods Jr – 2019 – taylorfrancis.com
… Communications Association in Washington, DC, with a presenta- tion titled, “Information Is Not Wisdom, Convergence Is Not Integrity: Proverbs for an Era of Digital Humanism.” Those two proverbs became the focus of an arti- cle in Explorations in Media Ecology, followed by …

Privacy Policies Caught between the Legal and the Ethical
JK Sørensen, H van den Bulck, S Kosta – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… reach and retain them. Efforts to do so are part and parcel of the so-called datafication of the media-ecology whereby all online human action (clicks, likes, survey results) is tracked and … amounts of user data to advanced, artificial intelligence-based analysis to predict future …

Data Science, Disney, and the Future of Children’s Entertainment
S O’Flynn – The Palgrave Handbook of Children’s Film and …, 2019 – Springer
… that “serve” titles to viewers and, in the case of the YouTube Kids app, content generated by artificial intelligence (AI) that … In this multisector media ecology, films are now promotional drivers for the higher revenue generators, parks and resorts, and for merchandising (Gomez …

Rechtsinformatiker GbR: Informationdesign Semitism
IT Josephy – 2019 – researchgate.net
Page 1. Josephy IT Rechtsinformatiker GbR: Informationdesign Semitism 23.12.2019 ? Page 2. Ihr Name Josephy IT Rechtsinformatiker Gbr. Am Herrengarten 53721 Siegburg History Anlegen des Dokuments: Siegburg, 09.12.2019 Historie …

Acting with and against Big Data in School and Society–the Big Questions of Big Data
M Paulsen, J Tække – Fourth International Conference on …, 2019 – academia.edu
… power. Therefore, it matters which media ecology they are part of. Something similar is the case for citizens … supported educationally to become able to use and/or modify/restrict Big Data powers. (1) The Chinese model and media ecology: the state rules …

Tracking biomedicalization in the media: Public discourses on health and medicine in the UK and Italy, 1984–2017
F Neresini, S Crabu, E Di Buccio – Social Science & Medicine, 2019 – Elsevier
… We are aware that these two broadsheet newspapers are not representative of the overall media ecology existing in UK and Italy … technology-driven medicine, articulated around the emerging areas of digital technologies with future potential, such as artificial intelligence (AI) and …

Social Media Use in Emergencies of Citizens in the United Kingdom
T Spielhofer, AS Hahne, C Reuter, MA Kaufhold… – 2019 – peasec.de
Page 1. Spielhofer et al. Social Media Use in Emergencies of Citizens in the UK CoRe Paper – Social Media in Crisis and Conflicts Proceedings of the 16th ISCRAM Conference – València, Spain, May 2019 Zeno Franco, José J. González and José H. Canós, eds …

Transforming Fragile Media in Post-Coup Zimbabwe
A Mare – African Conflict and Peacebuilding Review, 2019 – JSTOR
… 102 media ecology in the Balkans region. Examples abound (see Voltmer and Rownsley 2009; Putzel and van der Zwan 2006; Stremlau 2013; Goodfriend 2011) where media systems have been reconfigured in order to develop what is perceived to be healthy public spheres …

The Bible, Social Media and Digital Culture
PM Phillips – 2019 – books.google.com
… context of Bible engagement, especially in the UK and USA 2 The Bible, social media and digital culture 3 Popular Bible verses on social media 4 Analysis/reflection 5 Some potential contributory factors: performative belief, MTD and media ecology Conclusion: an ordinary …

Public Relations: Competencies and Practice
CM Kim – 2019 – books.google.com
… Her research specialties include credibility, digital strategy, media ecology, and public relations education. Page 3 … Page 18. Leo Morejon is a successful business development leader at artificial intelligence, marketing, software as a service (SaaS), and technology companies …

Growth of the Network Media Economy in Canada, 1984-2017
D Winseck – 2019 – ir.library.carleton.ca
… revenue (excluding the CBC’s Parliamentary grant). TV remains a pillar of the internet- and mobile wireless-centric media ecology, but the ways in which it is accessed and paid for are changing. • advertising is in relative decline …

Tracking biomedicalization in the media: Public discourses on health and medicine in the UK and Italy, 1984–2017
S Crabu, F Neresini, E Di Buccio – 2019 – re.public.polimi.it
… and Bryant, 2015), to which health outcomes are related. We are aware that these two broadsheet newspapers are not representative of the overall media ecology existing in UK and Italy. Even so, the fact that they are two elite …

A debate between Steve Fuller and Giuseppe Tanzella-Nitti on ‘scientific progress, human progress and Christian theology’
S Fuller, G Tanzella-Nitti – Church, Communication and Culture, 2019 – Taylor & Francis
… It mistakes the continuity of the interface – a holdover from the already existing media ecology – with a fundamental reorientation of … was a conception of ‘ultimate knowledge’ that is orthogonal to ordinary sense perception – indeed, the phrase ‘artificial intelligence’ could be …

Deep mediatization
A Hepp – 2019 – taylorfrancis.com
… Ben is an artificial intelligence software applica- tion existing primarily in ‘the cloud’ … Mia 1 INTRODUCTION Page 14. INTRODUCTION 2 only has to work four hours a day thanks to the productivity benefits afforded by robotics and artificial intelligence technologies …

Mediatization and the Internet of Things
J Miller – Cultural Science Journal, 2019 – culturalscience.org
… Artificial intelligence and advanced telematics only compound this situation … DOI: https://doi.org/10.16997/wpcc.209. Clark, L. 2009. Theories: Mediatization and media ecology. In: Lundby, K (ed.), Mediatization: Concept, changes, consequences, 85–100. New York: Peter …

Trolls, Bots, and Whatnots
D Content – Handbook of Research on Deception, Fake News …, 2019 – books.google.com
… As such, contemporary social media ecology presents a plethora of social, political and economic incentives to develop software robots that … the same time [Twitter screenshot from@ ASLuhn] Characteristics of Bots With the rise of accessibility to artificial intelligence, social bots …

UK Election Analysis 2019: Media, Voters and the Campaign.
D Jackson, E Thorsen, D Lilleker, N Weidhase – 2019 – eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk
Page 1. UK Election Analysis 2019: Media, Voters and the Campaign Early reflections from leading academics Edited by: Daniel Jackson, Einar Thorsen, Darren Lilleker and Nathalie Weidhase Page 2. Centre for Comparative …

cultural science
J Miller – academia.edu
… Artificial intelligence and advanced telematics only compound this situation … DOI: https://doi.org/10.16997/wpcc.209 Clark, L. 2009. Theories: Mediatization and media ecology. In: Lundby, K (ed.), Mediatization: Concept, changes, consequences, 85–100. New York: Peter …

Ambient Intelligence in the Living Room
A Leonidis, M Korozi, V Kouroumalis, E Poutouris… – Sensors, 2019 – mdpi.com
… the living room from the viewpoint of interaction designers and developers, we believe that the TV and the accompanying table and sofa, along with the surrounding walls, offer exciting new opportunities; using sensor networks, artificial intelligence, multimedia, pervasive and …

Where is the eXperience in UX Design?
T Seitz – After Post-Truth – discovery.ucl.ac.uk
… them. This is particularly evident in the cases of voice-controlled artificial intelligence agents used in households like Amazon’s Alexa. Instead … ways. Keywords Art; science; biosemiotics; virtual reality; media ecology Page 180. 180 …

Streaking
S McGlotten – TDR/The Drama Review, 2019 – MIT Press
… They can- not be separated, for example, from discussions of code, big data, or artificial intelligence … Streaking 155 of social media, “streaking” is a term that emerged from Snapchat, though it has since been widely adopted throughout the ever-expanding app media ecology …

Twitter Analysis of Global Communication in the Field of Sustainability
L Pila?, L Kvasni?ková Stanislavská, J Pitrová, I Krej?í… – Sustainability, 2019 – mdpi.com
… The current limitation of this analysis is the categorization of data, which makes it very difficult to identify irony and sarcasm. That is the reason why the current research focuses on the prospective use of artificial intelligence in this field [48] …

The Action Is at the Interface: Philip K. Dick as Interologist (or, how I learned to stop worrying and trust the Liminal Imaginary of PKD).
R MacDougall – China Media Research, 2019 – search.ebscohost.com
… the Pre-Crime Division in The Minority Report (1956) is fast becoming quaint given the impressive power of ‘predictive analytics.’ Indeed, recent developments around the globe have raised serious concerns over surveillance and control enabled by artificial intelligence, big data …

Children’s understanding of personal data and privacy online–a systematic evidence mapping
M Stoilova, R Nandagiri… – … , Communication & Society, 2019 – Taylor & Francis
… algorithm-driven marketing, third party data brokers and profiling ser- vices, advertising auctions, machine learning and artificial intelligence, and more … The GCSE media studies curri- culum offers in-depth critical understanding of the digital media ecology, but is chosen by few …

Assembling “digital literacies”: Contingent pasts, possible futures
TP Nichols, A Stornaiuolo – Media and Communication, 2019 – repository.upenn.edu
… Indeed, even as traditions of “media ecology” have been abandoned in the education literature, they have persisted in media studies, where scholars … futures of digital lit- eracy tend to center on new or changing technologies— the Internet of Things, say, or artificial intelligence …

Ethnic intangible cultural heritage dissemination on digital platforms-examing media literacy as a mediated factor among Tujia people in Mainland China
M Liang – 2019 – 84.88.27.106
… 3 Abstract With the rapid development of social media, artificial intelligence and virtual reality technologies, ICH preservation and communication have ushered in unprecedented opportunities. However, new issues have been emerged on how the ICH owners use …

Computational methods for web history
A Ben-David, A Amram – The SAGE handbook of web history, 2019 – books.google.com
… mathematical tech- niques, involving data processing, numerical analysis, simulation and modeling, algo- rithms, visualization, artificial intelligence and other … web pages, yet the archived snap- shots lack significant contextual information about the wider media ecology in which …

Platform urbanism: negotiating platform ecosystems in connected cities
S Barns – 2019 – Springer
Page 1. Negotiating Platform Ecosystems in Connected Cities Platform Urbanism Sarah Barns GEOGRAPHIES OF MEDIA Page 2. Series Editors Torsten Wissmann Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning University of Applied Sciences Erfurt, Germany …

Growth and Upheaval in the Network Media Economy, 1984-2018
D Winseck – 2019 – ir.library.carleton.ca
Page 1. GROWTH AND UPHEAVAL IN THE NETWORK MEDIA ECONOMY, 1984-2018 REPORT DECEMBER 2019 Canadian Media C oncentration Research Project www .cmcrp.org Page 2. x www.cmcrp.org Candian Media Concentration Research Project …

Communication as Gesture: Media (tion), Meaning, & Movement
M Schandorf – 2019 – books.google.com
Page 1. Communication as Gesture Media(tion), Meaning, & Movement Michael Schandorf Digital Activism and Society Page 2. COMMUNICATION AS GESTURE Page 3. DIGITAL ACTIVISM AND SOCIETY: POLITICS, ECONOMY …

Advancing the rehabilitative and therapeutic potential of BCI and noninvasive sensing systems
SM Scott, C Raftery, C Anderson – Brain Art, 2019 – Springer
… In recognizing media ecology as it pertains to user environments, it is important to discuss the role of visual materials in … from different starting points, ranging from theoretical grounding and analysis (Philosophy) to evidence-based investigation (Artificial Intelligence) (Farr et al …

Journalistic innovation and digital society: An adaptation of journalism studies
JLM Sánchez, MJU Ruiz… – Revista Latina de …, 2019 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. RLCS, Revista Latina de Comunicación Social, 74 – Pages 1633 to 1654 Research] | DOI:10.4185/RLCS-2019-1402/85en |ISSN 1138-5820 | Year 2019 http://www.revistalatinacs.org/074paper/1402/85en.html Pages 1633 …

Handbook of Research on Deception, Fake News, and Misinformation Online
IE Chiluwa, SA Samoilenko – 2019 – books.google.com
… focused on social media sensation Miquela Sosa, also known as Lil Miquela, and the implications of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies … USA Andrey Miroshnichenko, York University, Canada This chapter contributes to scholarship in the fields of media ecology and political …

From prosumers to observers: an emergent trend on the Internet and among Young Ecuadorians. Results from the World Internet Project study, Ecuador
A Arribas-Urrutia, O Islas-Carmona… – Revista Latina de …, 2019 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. RLCS, Revista Latina de Comunicación Social, 74 – Pages 969 a 996 [Research] | DOI:10.4185/RLCS-2019-1367en |ISSN 1138-5820 | Year 2019 http://www.revistalatinacs.org/ 074paper/1366/50en.html Pages 969 How to cite this article in bibliographies / References …

Current Research on Information Technologies and Society
J Earl, K Kimport – content.taylorfrancis.com
Page 1. Page 2. Current Research on Information Technologies and Society Research on communication and information technologies is of growing importance to sociology and the interdisciplinary examination of communication and new media …

Policing through Platform
SE Wood – Computational Culture, 2019 – computationalculture.net
… a smart sensor that activates body-worn or in-car cameras when an officer draws their weapon), their records-management system, artificial intelligence capabilities and their … “Platform-specific self-branding: Imagined affordances of the social media ecology.” In Proceedings of …

Social weather: A review of crowdsourcing?assisted meteorological knowledge services through social cyberspace
Y Zhu, S Zhang, Y Li, H Lu, K Shi… – Geoscience Data …, 2019 – Wiley Online Library
Page 1. Geosci Data J. 2019;00:1–19. | 1 wileyonlinelibrary.com/journal/gdj3 Received: 24 April 2019 | Revised: 17 August 2019 | Accepted: 17 September 2019 DOI: 10.1002/gdj3.85 REVIEW ARTICLE Social weather: A review of crowdsourcing-assisted …

Post-truth
J McDougall – Fake News vs Media Studies, 2019 – Springer
… Why is it hard to reach consensus about the truth? What does one need to know about connections between algorithms and misbelieves? How does artificial intelligence influence views on ethics and the situation of post-truth …

The dynamics of influence: the video content production strategies used by fitness digital influencers on social media
CO Fulgêncio – 2019 – repositorio.ucp.pt
… 2.0 and 3.0, in order to become ubiquitous (Davis, 2010 apud Almeida, 2017). Overall, the web is moving toward using connective and artificial intelligence to become an intelligent web an always connected world (Cover, 2016). However, for this dissertation purposes, the …

Journalists and Their Perceptions of Location: Making Meaning in the Community
A Schmitz Weiss – Journalism Studies, 2019 – Taylor & Francis
… nity. Organization A is an artificial intelligence company that provides location-based and geo-location information services to news organizations and have operated since 2011 (the idea was actually conceived in 2010). They …

Rhetorical speculations: The future of rhetoric, writing, and technology
S Sundvall – 2019 – books.google.com
… Alexander Reid’s chapter 3 considers “brain-to-brain communication” abstractly and in relation to “cognitive- media technologies.” Reid argues that deliberative rhetorics, particularly within our contemporary media ecology, are “bidirectional” and distributed: “knowledge and …

Content syndication in news aggregators: towards devaluation of professional journalistic criteria= La sindicación de contenidos en los agregadores de noticias …
C Edo, J Yunquera, H Bastos – 2019 – repositorio-aberto.up.pt
… KEYWORDS | PALABRAS CLAVE News quality, news aggregators, media ecology, gatekeeper, journalistic ethics, digital journalism, robotics, smartphones, multiscreen society … Post-PC Internet. MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory …

The logics of social news: How BuzzFeed, Junkee and Pedestrian. tv are making news more engaging, sociable and personal
E Hurcombe – 2019 – eprints.qut.edu.au
… 21 1.3 Thesis structure ….. 23 Chapter 2: Positioning social news within the Australian news media ecology … and for a social media ecology. At the same time, this was not frivolous news …

The Interface Is the (Art) Work: EEG-Feedback, Circuited Selves and the Rise of Real-Time Brainmedia (1964–1977)
F Lysen – Brain Art, 2019 – Springer
… A Bateson-influenced media ecology dissolved the brain and the mind into the idea of a self that was unbounded by the body, a circuited self that stood in a continuous relation to the world and arose through changing flows of communication …

The Beauty of Detours: A Batesonian Philosophy of Technology
Y Van Den Eede – 2019 – books.google.com
… Dramatic technological developments such as nanotechnology, biotechnology, and artificial intelligence conspicuously thin the boundary between the human being … At the 2010 Annual Convention of the Media Ecology Association, I coincidentally wound up with her and her …

The Interface Is the (Art) Work: EEG-Feedback, Circuited Selves
F Lysen – Brain Art: Brain-Computer Interfaces for Artistic …, 2019 – books.google.com
… A Bateson-influenced media ecology dissolved the brain and the mind into the idea of a self that was unbounded by the body, a circuited self that stood in a continuous relation to the world and arose through changing flows of communication …

Playing it Cool: Considering McLuhan’s Hot and Cool taxonomy for Game Studies
S Conway, M Ouellette – Convergence, 2019 – journals.sagepub.com
While Marshall McLuhan is often acknowledged as an influential theorist for Game Studies, there is very little work currently available that directly attempts to apply McLuhan’s theoretical framewo…

In News We Trust? Examining Credibility and Sharing Behaviors of Fake News
MA Stefanone, M Vollmer, JM Covert – Proceedings of the 10th …, 2019 – dl.acm.org
… Many news sources have developed their own unique perspective or interpretations of the news to set themselves apart from their competition. In this regard, agenda-setting and framing have become prevalent in today’s media ecology [10]. Vosoughi et al …

The Science of the Commons: A Note on Communication Methodology
M Sodré – 2019 – Springer
… In the growing sphere of mediatization (the media’s structural articulation with social organizations and institu- tions), electronic communication converts information technologies into machine learning (a more current expression for artificial intelligence) devices and, through the …

Silicone Valley. Breaking Techno-Mediated Habits
P Papadimitraki – 2019 – ubir.buffalo.edu
… artifi- cial life converge. The parallels between genetic and computer codes can be seen in recent developments in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI), such as artificial neural Page 13. 5 3. Literature Review networks and deep …

Shifts towards Image-centricity in Contemporary Multimodal Practices
H Stöckl, H Caple, J Pflaeging – 2019 – taylorfrancis.com
… Australia (2019). Kevin Chai is lead data scientist for the Curtin Institute for Computation to provide data, computing, analytics, and machine learning/ artificial intelligence expertise to researchers and industry partners. Kevin …

Broadcasting for help: A typology of support-seeking strategies on Facebook
EM Buehler, JL Crowley, AM Peterson… – New Media & …, 2019 – journals.sagepub.com
Social network sites are desirable media through which to seek supportive communication, and users can signal a need for assistance to large, diverse pools of potential support providers with a sin…

Ephemeral Journalism: News Distribution Through Instagram Stories
J Vázquez-Herrero, S Direito-Rebollal… – Social Media+ …, 2019 – journals.sagepub.com
Social media are increasingly integrated into media routines as channels to gain access, verify and spread information. Likewise, as mobile news consumption is standardized, the media experiment wi…

Cyberspace Effects on Civil Society. The Ultimate Game-Changer or Not?
JE Montalvan Castilla, C Pursiainen – Journal of Civil Society, 2019 – Taylor & Francis
Page 1. Cyberspace Effects on Civil Society. The Ultimate Game- Changer or Not? Johana Evelyn Montalvan Castilla and Christer Pursiainen UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø, Norway ABSTRACT The article studies …

Disinformation As Warfare In The Digital Age: Dimensions, Dilemmas, And Solutions
MA Horowitz – Journal of Vincentian Social Action, 2019 – scholar.stjohns.edu
… and popular channels and spaces. They are drawn to the mainstream media ecology because it has re-asserted its function as primary channel of the world’s affairs. (O’Loughlin & Hoskins, 2015, January 14) On the other hand …

Knowledge Commons And Activist Pedagogies: From Idealist Positions To Collective Actions
A Kuzmani? – monoskop.org
Page 1. 243 CHAPTER 12 KNOWLEDGE COMMONS AND ACTIVIST PEDAGOGIES: FROM IDEALIST POSITIONS TO COLLECTIVE ACTIONS Conversation with Marcell Mars and Tomislav Medak (co-authored with Ana Kuzmani?) …

White Rabbit. The logic and proportion of conspiracy theory videos on YouTube: a Foucauldian discourse analysis
MKS Birch – 2019 – ls00012.mah.se
… The product of “using a field of artificial intelligence called machine learning to parse massive databases of user history”31 the algorithm has been modelled on “human data”32 and thus utilises patterns discoverable from previous user(s) behaviour to recommend content and …

Emoticons, Kaomoji, and Emoji: The Transformation of Communication in the Digital Age
E Giannoulis, LRA Wilde – 2019 – taylorfrancis.com
Page 1. Emoticons, Kaomoji, and Emoji This collection offers a comprehensive treatment of emoticons, kaomoji, and emoji, examining these digital pictograms and ideograms from a range of perspectives to comprehend their …

Routledge Handbook of Contemporary European Social Movements: Protest in Turbulent Times
CF Fominaya, RA Feenstra – 2019 – taylorfrancis.com
Page 1. Routledge Handbook of Contemporary European Social Movements European social movements have become increasingly visible in recent years, generating intense public debates. From anti-austerity and pro-democracy …

Live-action Communication Design: A Technical How-To Video Case Study
PE Eriksson, Y Eriksson – technical communication quarterly, 2019 – Taylor & Francis
… Technical communication scholars, and Morain and Swarts (2012), embrace YouTube how-to videos as part of a “media ecology of tutorials” (p. 6). In their assessment of software video tutorials on YouTube, based on online user ratings, Morain and Swarts stress the priority of …

Political communication in Social Networks Election campaigns and digital data analysis: a bibliographic review
L Corchia – Rivista Trimestrale di Scienza dell’Amministrazione, 2019 – papers.ssrn.com
Page 1. Political communication in Social Networks Election campaigns and digital data analysis: a bibliographic …

Spoiler Alert: A Critical Guide
A Jaffe – 2019 – books.google.com
… Think of it as something like the Divine Trigger. It gets appended to various professionally sponsored tech think-pieces and prognostications with titles like Human Intelligence vs. Artificial Intelligence: Who’ll Be the Winner? Privacy …

Educational imaginaries: a genealogy of the digital citizen
L Rahm – 2019 – books.google.com
Page 1. Linköping Studies in Behavioural Science No. 214 Educational imaginaries — a genealogy of the digital citizen Lina Rahm Page 2. Educational imaginaries a genealogy of the digital citizen Lina Rahm Linköping Studies in Behavioural Science No …

The Smartphone as Witness: Technological Mediation of Bodily Sensory Experience
E Sokolova – Body and Technology, 2019 – academia.edu
… of the use of technology, which includes the appearance of such terms as digital addiction, informational literacy and media ecology … 1 Neurotechnology is still something of a niche subject at present, whereas assistive technologies based on artificial intelligence developed by …

Documents as data: A content analysis and topic modeling approach for analyzing responses to ecological disturbances
M Altaweel, C Bone, J Abrams – Ecological informatics, 2019 – Elsevier
… Machine learning can be defined as the application of artificial intelligence (AI) techniques where computers can use what is learned in models or methods of inference, often through numerous iterations of sample data, in performing a given task (Michalski et al., 1983) …

Usable and Useful: On the Origins of Transparent Design in Personal Computing
ML Black – Science, Technology, & Human Values, 2019 – journals.sagepub.com
It is often taken for granted that personal computers today are designed to hide technical information in order to make software seem easier. While “transparency of interaction” has influenced popu…

Invisible Images: Computer Vision, Algorithmic Images, and Machine Ontology in Trevor Paglen’s Adversarially Evolved Hallucinations
E Zeiner-Henriksen – 2019 – duo.uio.no
… Through a selection of images from the Adversarially Evolved Hallucinations, this thesis strives to understand the aesthetic and visual relations of the new image technologies associated with computer vision, algorithms, and artificial intelligence …

Long-duration Storytelling: Study of Factors Influencing Retention Ability of Brands
T Dhote, V Kumar – Journal of Creative Communications, 2019 – journals.sagepub.com
In the current cluttered context, delivering brand communication competently to the intended target audience is a big challenge. Given the multiple options avai…

Empathy, Ethics and Efficiency: Twenty First Century Capabilities for Public Managers
B Quirk – Reimagining the Future Public Service Workforce, 2019 – Springer
… include changes to political accountability; changes to organizational form; changes to the character of knowledge and professional codes of action; and changes to the social media ecology in which … The economic singularity: Artificial intelligence and the death of capitalism …

Translation and Multimodality: Beyond Words
M Boria, Á Carreres, M Noriega-Sánchez, M Tomalin – 2019 – taylorfrancis.com
Page 1. TRANSLATION AND MULTIMODALITY Translation and Multimodality: Beyond Words is one of the first books to explore how translation needs to be redefined and reconfigured in contexts where multiple modes of communication …

Participatory Culture: Interviews
H Jenkins – 2019 – books.google.com
Page 1. HEN RY | E N KINS PARTICIPATORY CULTURE |NTER\/|EWS Page 2. Contents Title page Copyright page Introduction: Between Blog and Book Further Reading Part I Participatory Culture 1 Introduction to Participatory …

The American Novel in the 21st Century
M Basseler, A Nünning – researchgate.net
Page 1. Michael Basseler, Ansgar Nünning (eds.), in collaboration with Nico Völ er The American Novel in the 21st Century Cultural Contexts – Literary Developments – Critical Analyses Page 2. WVT-HANDBÜCHER ZUM LITERATURWISSENSCHAFTLICHEN STUDIUM …

Taking a wide-angled view of contemporary digital literacy
A Lemieux, J Rowsell – … Handbook of Digital Literacies in Early …, 2019 – books.google.com
… 316, 319–320, 434; writing apps 207–208 appropriation 11, 104, 109, 114, 191265, 355, 443 artefact 4–5, 22–23, 25, 36, 39–40, 49–52, 54, 73, 96–97, 109, 117, 119, 124, 147, 194, 214, 233, 258, 261, 263–267, 297, 355, 444–445, 449, 454, 459 Artificial Intelligence 210, 230 …

Digital Spaces of Civic Communication: The Practices and Interfaces of Online Commenting
A Mollen – 2019 – books.google.com
… Page 19. Online Commenting as Civic Communication 4 Community’.5 Its solution was to implement image recognition software and artificial intelligence through which images that could be considered revenge porn would be detected automatically …

Digital Spaces of Civic Communication
A Mollen – Springer
… Page 19. Online Commenting as Civic Communication 4 Community’.5 Its solution was to implement image recognition software and artificial intelligence through which images that could be considered revenge porn would be detected automatically …

Or, the Question of Emoji as ‘Universal’Expression
JE Abel – Emoticons, Kaomoji, and Emoji: The Transformation of …, 2019 – books.google.com
… phones in 1999. We can then imagine the Unicode gatekeepers, through laziness or fun, approving all the famous Japanese characters as a set already time-tested and proved within the Japanese media ecology. But, since …

Putting “Place” in the Center of Journalism Research: A Way Forward to Understand Challenges to Trust and Knowledge in News
N Usher – Journalism & Communication Monographs, 2019 – journals.sagepub.com
The US journalism industry is facing unprecedented challenges from questions of economic stability, rising antimedia sentiment among the government and the pu…

A preliminary outlook of the textual and visual characteristics of fake news in Malaysian cyberspace: a case study of fake news posts on Facebook
SYE Yeoh – 2019 – eprints.utar.edu.my
… Page 22. CHAPTER 2 LITERARTURE REVIEW 2.0 Development and Construction of Malaysia’s Media Ecology in Cyberspace Before delving into the area of understanding the textual and visual makeup of fake news in Malaysia …

The Virtual Other: Negotiating Personhood In The Digital Age
F Bojani? – 2019 – etd.ceu.edu
… might pass as just another influencer among many. But the thing is, she is not. Lil Miquela is a visual representation, “she” is not run by artificial intelligence and does not have any physical presence. She is a pioneer of the most recent trend on Instagram, the phenomenon of …

The Future of Humanity: Global Civilization and China’s Rejuvenation
Z Jin – 2019 – books.google.com
Page 1. THE FUTURE OF HUMANITY Global Civilization and China’s Rejuvenation Zhouying JIN Page 2. The Future of Humanity Global Civilization and China’s Rejuvenation By 2houying Jim Translated by Lane Jennings and Ying Bai Q intellect Bºstol, Uknchºragnusa Page 3 …

Constructing Soft Robot Aesthetics Art, Sensation, and Materiality in Practice Jørgensen, Jonas
J Jørgensen – portal.findresearcher.sdu.dk
Page 1. University of Southern Denmark Constructing Soft Robot Aesthetics Art, Sensation, and Materiality in Practice Jørgensen, Jonas Publication date: 2019 Document version Final published version Citation for pulished version (APA): Jørgensen, J. (2019) …

The Queer Life of Things: Performance, Affect, and the More-Than-Human
AM Harris, SH Jones – 2019 – books.google.com
… For example, Rosi Braidotti has made the point in several talks in recent years that posthumanism now requires a critical approach, differentiating be- tween the “human augmentation” of most artificial intelligence research and the more sustainability-committed ecological …

How Digital Transformation Changes Work Design: A Butterfly Emerging from its Chrysalis?
MS Janssen, J Merk – 2019 – diva-portal.org
Page 1. How Digital Transformation Changes Work Design: A Butterfly Emerging from its Chrysalis? Master Thesis Authors: Marike Janssen / 19920510-T380 Jonas Merk / 19901222-T496 Supervisor: Steffi Siegert Examiner …

Persona studies: an introduction
PD Marshall, C Moore, K Barbour – 2019 – books.google.com
Page 1. Persona studies An Introduction P. David Marshall Christopher Moore Kim Barbour WILEY Blackwell Page 2. & Nº. w N Nº Persona studies An Introduction P. David Marshall Christopher Moore Kim Barbour WILEY Blackwell Page 3. Page 4. Persona Studies Page 5 …

The Dialectics of Cyberspace: Communication Ethics as First Response to Cyber Attacks
MP Mancino – 2019 – dsc.duq.edu
… Duquesne University and in the Communication Department at Roberts Wesleyan College where Dr. Mrs. Berry and Dr. Paul Stewart first introduced me to concepts in rhetoric and media ecology. From Duquesne, I must in particular thank my committee members …

Recursive Adaptation And Interdependent Communication: A Grounded Approach To The Integration Of New/Mobile Technology …
D Zeoli – 2019 – shareok.org
… in learning environments. Media ecology is a perspective in technology and media studies that in its simplest form … Neil Postman was a pedagogist who posited media ecology to unify perspectives of media theory put forth by eminent scholars such …

Books of Life: Post-DNA Life Science in 1960s American Fiction
LB Norton – 2019 – cdr.lib.unc.edu
Page 1. BOOKS OF LIFE: POST-DNA LIFE SCIENCE IN 1960S AMERICAN FICTION Lee Brewster Norton A dissertation submitted to the faculty at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in partial fulfillment of the requirements …

Humans at Work in the Digital Age: Forms of Digital Textual Labor
S Ross, A Pilsch – 2019 – books.google.com
Page 1. Humans at Work in the Digital Age Humans at Work in the Digital Age explores the roots of twenty-first-century cultures of digital textual labor, mapping the diverse physical and cognitive acts involved, and recovering …

Metadata for Transmedia Resources
A Vukadin – 2019 – books.google.com
… As such, transliteracy can be said to stem from media ecology theory (Thomas et al., 2007), formulated in the 1960s by Marshall McLuhan and Neil Postman, who observed commu- nication technologies in a broad social, psychological and philosophical context. Thomas et al …

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