author={Julia Kennedy},
  journal={Journalism Studies},
  pages={225 - 242}
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Online trolling: The case of Madeleine McCann
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News from YouTube: professional incorporation in Hong Kong newspaper coverage of online videos
This study examines newspaper coverage of online videos in Hong Kong. Drawing upon the extant literature on media usages of online user-generated content, newspaper coverage of online videos is
Citizen Journalists or Cyber Bigots
The paradox at the heart of newspaper and broadcast media reports of child abuse is that they have tended to offer only scant attention to the child who should be at the centre of the coverage.
Jill Meagher CCTV
“Jill Meagher CCTV,” the security camera recording of Melbourne woman Jill Meagher's last minutes alive, registered more than 677,000 views on YouTube by early 2014. Little happens for most of its
Wonder girls: Undercurrents of resistance in the representation of teenage girls in 1980s American cinema
This thesis explores the representation of teenage girls in 1980s American teen films such as Little Darlings (1980), Smooth Talk (1985), Just One of the Guys (1985), Pretty in Pink (1986) and
Imagined commodities? Analyzing local identity and place in American community newspaper website banners
  • Marcus Funk
  • Sociology, Computer Science
    New Media Soc.
  • 2013
This qualitative analysis of 40 American community newspapers and 80 daily American newspapers divides that local articulation into four categories (absent identity, secondary identity, equal identity and visual identity) and explores implications for the academy and newspaper industry.
Rebel Girls and Singing Boys: Performing Music and Gender in the Teen Movie
Midway through the 1986 teen movie Pretty in Pink comes a strikingly memorable scene. The film's main character, Andie (Molly Ringwald), sits nonchalantly in the local record store where she works.
Negative to the extreme: the problematics of the RNIB’s See the Need campaign
Abstract This article reports the findings of research about the RNIB’s recent advertising campaign. Under the methodological rubric of Critical Discourse Analysis, two paradigms were applied as
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This discussion of three cases of filicide reported and reviewed extensively by the Australian news media between 2010 and 2014 is concerned with the politics of representation and its links to


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As media proliferate and become more integral to social existence, so too, it might be suggested, their role becomes more complex and contested. Media forms and representations are instrumental in
The Internet Galaxy: Reflections on the Internet, Business, and Society
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Discourse as Interaction in Society - Teun A van Dijk Discourse Pragmatics - Shoshana Blum-Kulka Conversation Analysis - Anita Pomerantz and B J Fehr Institutional Dialogue - Paul Drew and
The Virtual Community: Homesteading on the Electronic Frontier
A review of The Virtual Community: Homesteading on the Electronic Frontier, by Howard Rheingold. Creative Commons License This work is licensed under a Creative Commons
Cyburgs. (Book Reviews: The Virtual Community. Homesteading on the Electronic Frontier.)
From the Publisher: Praised as "one of the ten best books of the year" by Business Week, this lively and provocative look inside the development, inner workings and future of the Internet is a
McCanns and the media: the debate
The first ever debate about the media and the McCanns at Polis brought out some heated and painful issues. McCann family spokesperson Clarence Mitchell and former Sun editor Kelvin MacKenzie
Crime and punishment in contemporary culture
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Modernity and Self-Identity: Self and Society in the Late Modern Age
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