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17/06/2019 Communication Science news and articles

Ada Varriale


The Brutally Feminine Murder of the Anti-Hero

18/05/2019

18/05/2019

We all love a hero, but sometimes, an anti-hero is even better. This article explores moral ambiguity and why we are attracted to it.

Everything Not Saved Will be Lost

03/05/2019

03/05/2019

As our lives today are intertwined with that of the objects we are surrounded by, Ada dives into minimalism, decluttering and downsizing.

Trials by Media: The Case of Madeleine McCann

17/04/2019

17/04/2019

How the missing case of Madeleine McCann, rocked the world and made us reconsider the role of the media, mediatisation and framing in modern news cycles.

Yellow Vests, The Symbol of a Rising Working Class

05/04/2019

05/04/2019

Headlining the newspapers for the past months, the Yellow Vests have proven not only to be of practical use, but to serve as a symbol of a rising working class as well.

My Podcast and Me: The Intimacy of Podcasts

20/03/2019

20/03/2019

Podcasts; the substitution to TV and radio among millennials. However, the statistics on podcasts listeners are respectively low in the Netherlands. Why are podcasts popular in other countries? And how come that we stay behind?

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