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24/04/2019 Communication Science news and articles

Author: <span class="vcard">Hahae Son</span>


What the Hell is Communication Science?

04/04/2019

04/04/2019

A frustrated meditation on what it means to study communication science at the University of Amsterdam, courtesy of Hahae, a second year student.

BNR: Backstage with the Chief

19/03/2019

19/03/2019

Medium Editor-in-Chief Thomas Korver started his internship at BNR Nieuwsradio this year, a very special feat. Thomas is working right along the most powerful people of the Netherlands, but that's quite normal.

The Digital Migrant

05/03/2019

05/03/2019

"Water, phone and food." This article takes a look at the crucial role played by smartphones and technology in the lives of migrants.

Alumni of the month: Gijs Boerwinkel

27/02/2019

27/02/2019

The Alumni of the Month February: Gijs Boerwinkel. Having a master's degree in Political Communication, he is currently the head of communication at Waag.

Making (FM) Waves: How Radio Changed the World

06/02/2019

06/02/2019

Radio is making a comeback in a major way via podcasts and emergent platforms such as Spotify and SoundCloud. Hahae reminds us of how radio disrupted the communication industries and changed lives.

Students of Amsterdam: Julia

26/01/2019

26/01/2019

In this fresh edition of Students of Amsterdam, Medium had a chat with Julia. As an international student in Amsterdam, it can get a bit weird sometimes.

Not So Subtle: Asian Meme Explosion

11/01/2019

11/01/2019

The Facebook page 'subtle asian traits' has as of late been making headlines around the world. Just what is it about this page that makes it so interesting? Read more Medium to find out!

Radical, Bro: How African Militant Groups Use Social Media

05/12/2018

05/12/2018

RAND Europe did research on how African militant groups make use of social media. How and where do they publish content and what can those platforms do about it?

Drill: Does it kill?

26/11/2018

26/11/2018

Drill music: characterized by overtly dark, nihilistic lyrics that describe violence, in recent years the style has caught on in Brixton, South London’s rap scene.

My life is not your porn

21/11/2018

21/11/2018

On August 4, approximately 70,000 women sat through a record-breaking heat wave in Seoul to protest the digitized objectification of their bodies, participating in a campaign known as “My life is not your porn”. Hahae takes a look at the still male-dominant society of Korea.

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