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The Tyranny of the Empty Frame
This study explores the notion of the “tyranny of the empty frame” within the online departments of the two leading Slovenian newspapers, Delo and Dnevnik, where online journalists—newsworkers withExpand
SLOVENE FILM, NATIONAL IDENTITY AND THE CELLULOID HEGEMONY OF THE MYTHICAL POST-INDEPENDENCE TIME
The paper addresses a central tendency of Slovene film production of the first decade and a half of the country's independency which is to avoid dealing with its specific socio-historical context ofExpand
Are a Thousand Pictures Worth a Single Word? The Struggle between Condemnatory and Affirmative Discourses on Photographic Change in Slovene and UK Mainstream Media News Reports on Selfies
The proliferation of visual communication in contemporary societies, fuelled by the rapid transformation of photography from a specialised activity into a ubiquitous social practice, has not goneExpand
Many Voices, One Picture
Abstract The paper addresses the issues of information dependency and one-way flow of information through an overview of changes in photographic (and textual) coverage of international news inExpand