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20/05/2019 Communication Science news and articles

Kajsa Rosenblad


Interview: Movement brands, greenwashing and advocating change

17/01/2018

17/01/2018

Medium interviewed Marjolein Baghuis, consultant at The Terrace, about greenwashing, advocating change and movement brands.

Review: An Inconvenient Sequel

18/12/2017

18/12/2017

Why 'An Unconvenient Sequel' might not be the be the best motivator for action against climate change.

The discussion that divides a nation

05/12/2017

05/12/2017

Looking at this from a communication science perspective, we can see that Zwarte Piet is not founded in some century old tradition of how the holiday should be celebrated.

Medium goes Amsterdam Light Festival

04/12/2017

04/12/2017

This year's Amsterdam Light Festival highlights the contrast between darkness and light with its theme 'existential'

Dimitri Skorobutov: The Russian state broadcaster machinery

15/11/2017

15/11/2017

He gives a calm impression, even though he has just challenged one of the most powerful institutions in Russia, maybe even in the world.

The Trudeau-trick

25/10/2017

25/10/2017

The Trudeau-trick explained and exemplified.

Review: The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson

12/10/2017

12/10/2017

Besides from the fact that it raises awareness of transgender issues and activism, it left Kajsa feeling a whole lot more than just understanding.

Her: The dating app for lesbian, bisexual and queer people

27/09/2017

27/09/2017

Her is a medium that connects people and offers a space for lesbian and queer people without accidental straight guys interrupting.

Hurricane narratives

14/09/2017

14/09/2017

How can reporting on hurricanes be improved? Think climate change, something President Trump doesn't believe in.

The Summer Selfie – the epitome of narcissism?

10/08/2017

10/08/2017

Sharing selfies: Is the Summer Selfie the epitome of narcissism?

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