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17/06/2019 Communication Science news and articles

Category: Media & Entertainment


VR Butterfly (World)

29/04/2019

29/04/2019

In a world where we are losing touch with our natural environment, can virtual reality save the day?

Just dance! Social interaction and communication inside a nightclub

26/04/2019

26/04/2019

When the beat drops and strobes lights start flashing through the dark, the way people dance functions as a primitive but universal language. It brings people from all places together through an intense form of communication. Gabby explains why dancing can function as a communicative medium and how this works.

Parenting in the digital age

25/04/2019

25/04/2019

Parenting is and always has been hard. With social media nowadays, it hasn't become easier. Would you want your kids to develop a digital footprint earlier than they develop the ability to speak?

Added social value and the active audience

18/04/2019

18/04/2019

The media we know today isn't the way it has always been. In the three 'ages' that media has gone through, an awful lot has changed.

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.

Media Regulation in the United States

09/04/2019

09/04/2019

Media industries in the United States facing regulations because they are very powerful. Medium dived into this interesting phenomena.

Sport en social media: Een gouden combinatie?

03/04/2019

03/04/2019

Iedere sportorganisatie gebruikt tegenwoordig fanatiek social media om in contact te blijven met de fans. Daarnaast kan dit ook erg lucratief zijn.

Televisiekijken is zó 2018

27/03/2019

27/03/2019

Het TV kijken zoals we het kennen is erg veranderd de afgelopen jaren. De streamingsdiensten hebben de tradionele TV ingehaald op aantal abonnees. Wat betekent dit voor de toekomst?

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.

Killfies: And You Thought Duckface Was Bad

21/03/2019

21/03/2019

With astonishing numbers in countries such as India and Russia, the 'Killfie' is gaining not only in popularity, but also in casualties. Why do people take such great risks for 'just a picture'?

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