In part three of a limited series on Cupcakes, Pinterest, and Ladyporn, contributor Kyra Hunting outlines the anthology’s “Bodies” section in order to argue that critical consideration for women’s media cultures facilitates a deeper understanding of embodiment in relation to community practices, self-presentation, and technology.
Kyra Hunting continues her discussion of software options for media textual analysis, suggesting that while there is no single perfect qualitative research software application available, a combination of Filemaker Pro, NVivo, Dedoose, and Cinemetrics has helped her dig more deeply into media texts.
How the Amazon series’ interactive “Appisodes” reveal the possibilities and limitations associated with an emerging platform-based viewing experience.
I hope through my writing and my teaching, Doty will have many more students in the years to come.
HBO’s Veep may have a veneer of frivolity, but it’s part of HBO’s larger move towards politically relevant material in 2012.
This years National Communication Association came with a side of jazz and jambalaya. Held in New Orleans, two hotels on canal street were overtaken with communication scholars from all over the country.
Just in time for Halloween, ABC and NBC both rolled out new shows last week focusing on the basic premise that Fairy Tales are real and their protagonists, or their ancestors, are living somewhere in the United States.
Tomorrow Antenna will kick-off its second annual premiere week. But is Premiere Week what it used to be?