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24/04/2019 Communication Science news and articles

Author: <span class="vcard">Karina Afandy</span>


Students of Amsterdam: Aakansha

10/04/2019

10/04/2019

Back again with another Students of Amsterdam feature, Medium chats with communication science student, Aakansha, about life and study in Amsterdam.

Why ‘Made for TV’ Films Deserve Recognition Too

26/03/2019

26/03/2019

What defines a film in the age of Netflix? Recent comments from Steven Spielberg and Cannes stirred a debate on "made for TV" films and their place in the prestigious film industry.

Review: Russian Doll

11/03/2019

11/03/2019

If you could do it all again, would you? The new Netflix series, 'Russian Doll', explores this idea with a twist.

Dystopia and Technology: A Symbiosis

18/02/2019

18/02/2019

There is an ongoing debate of whether the technological innovations that have become an integral part of modern society are actually beneficial. On the other hand, could it be that we are heading for an apocalyptic dystopian future which the media so frequently portrays? Does technology and dystopia go hand in hand?

Bandersnatch’s future in data mining

07/02/2019

07/02/2019

Black Mirror's new interactive movie 'Bandersnatch' is revolutionary in many ways. But what are its implications for data mining?

Students of Amsterdam: Noemi

12/01/2019

12/01/2019

Medium chats with first year Communication Science student Noemi Roos. We cover growing up “all over the place”, going international, Amsterdam, and Communication Science.

Selfies at the Museum

29/11/2018

29/11/2018

More often people seek new backdrops for shareable photos for their social channels. One of the ideal stages for a selfie: the museum.

Let go of your exclusive clique, overcome obstacles and leave the ‘old world blues’

07/11/2018

07/11/2018

Karina helps us understand how to increase your worldview and experience the possitve difference between you and your international friends.

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