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Jan 14, 2020Open    AccessArticle

The Brand Construction of Campus Culture with the Opportunity of Humanistic Spirit Cultivation

Meiping Lv
Education is an activity to cultivate people. No matter in what time and in what form, the education should put morality and ability first, and develop the people in the first place. So it is particularly important in the transformation and development process of TVU to build campus cultural brand with the opportunity of humanistic spirit cultivation. Xinchang College of Zhejiang Radio and Television University has made a series o

Dec 30, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Media Effect into Conflict Management: A Comparative Study on Israel and Palestine Media Practitioners View Point

Ibrahim T. I. Ukka, Hong Yu, Bienmali Kombate
The paper aimed to test the media effect limited theory versus the media non-limited effect theory and to understand the implication and impact of political will through media into a conflict management. Israel and Palestine conflict was used as a case study and a sample of 153 respondents (including 67 from Israel and 86 Palestinians) was collected and the survey questionnaire was administered through online, however, the study p

Jul 30, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Can the Media Be Conflict Sensitive? An Analysis of Kenya and South Africa

John Rabuogi Ahere
The media shapes conflicts, especially in how the conflicts are perceived and understood. In Kenya and South Africa, beset by ongoing structural conflict, the media has played crucial roles in the shaping of narratives about the actors and the drivers of conflict. This article explores the nexus between the nature and operations of media outlets and the escalation or de-escalation of political violence. This article contends that,

Jun 14, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Cross-Border Integration: Reflections on the Development of Academic Journals

Yuan Chen
The “Internet ” era is the current general trend of social and economic development. Internet academic publishing has promoted the diversity of academic publishing media, and has also had an important impact on the traditional academic publishing industry. The traditional media-media academic journals have experienced a decline in their dissemination, and their market-oriented operations have been difficult to adapt to the curren

Jul 18, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Spy in the Huddle: Expression of Anthropomorphized Subjects in the Wildlife Documentary

Xuefeng Zhao, Xianyao Zou
This article explores the narrative strategy of Anthropomorphism of penguins: Spy in the huddle, the BBC wildlife documentary miniseries launched in 2013 which avail itself of anthropomo

Jun 30, 2016Open    AccessArticle

The Political Economy of the Publishing Industry in Nigeria

Lambert A. Ihebuzor, Noel A. Ihebuzor
This paper explores the political economy of book publishing in Nigeria. It looks at practices in the book publishing industry and at the various forces that influence the decisions made by the established Nigerian Book Publishers to accept or reject a manuscript for publication. It argues that the drivers for most of these decisions are largely socio-economic and political and that unless checked, these drivers could distort the

Sep 23, 2015Open    AccessArticle

Positioning Youth Development Agenda in Public Discourse in Nigeria: An Advocacy Imperative

Adebayo Fayoyin
Nigeria is currently undergoing what demographers describe as a “youth bulge”, which requires significant attention for sound policies in the area of health, education, economy and good governance. Although development agencies have utilised a multitude of tactics to promote youth and children issues in the country, the level of media and public attention is still insufficient. Children and youth advocates confront significant challenges in attracting sustainable public, policy and media attenti...

May 06, 2015Open    AccessArticle

Framing the #Occupy Nigeria Protests in Newspapers and Social Media

Nwachukwu Egbunike
Nigeria witnessed #Occupy Nigeria Protests in January 2012, following government’s removal of subsidy on premium motor spirits. This study looked at the frames employed by the old and new media respectively in the #Occupy Nigeria Protest. The three collective action frame building tasks proposition of the framing theory: motivation, diagnosis and prognosis were employed in the content analysis of the samples. The three national newspapers were Nigerian Tribune, the Guardian and the Punch while t...

Apr 07, 2015Open    AccessArticle

Reading against the Digital Archive: Historiography and What Is Not

Amy Young, Joshua Gunn, Jon Hoffman, Barry Brummett
Social media sites like Buzzfeed and Twitter provide significant opportunities for understanding circulation of meaning in our contemporary media ecology. Aligning these social and viral media with cultural productions and reproductions, we argue that Heidegger’s theoretical frame of historiography illuminates the ways in which genres are created, memed and mutated across the digital archive. A homological historiography, then, highlights social and viral media as those that require constant fee...

Mar 05, 2015Open    AccessArticle

Gender Interlinked with Migration Issues in South Asian Literature and Film

Natasha Israt Kabir
This paper argues the urgent need to address the issue of Gender, and Migration. We have got the same perspectives in South Asian Literature and Movies that we need to come out from the stereotype idea. Migration does have the diversified phases but the question is, do the literature and movies speak a lot to showcase or portray those issues beyond dark sides? Especially in terms of gender the focus is very much biased and stereotyped with some exceptions, so this paper seeks to show the differe...


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