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CFP | 1.9. | Podcasting, the popular, and the public sphere

The journal Popular Communication, with its special issue “Podcasting, the Popular, and the Public Sphere” is calling for papers. Articles in the issue will analyze elements of podcasting’s brief but vibrant history, interrogating the medium’s popular possibilities, revolutionary promises and moment-defining media texts. Arriving in the midst of increasing global political turbulence and offering a … Continued


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CFP | 30.4. | Algorithmic personalization and news

The workshop on Algorithmic Personalization & News (APEN 18), held in conjunction with the International Conference on Web and Social Media (ICWSM 18). The workshop is held on 25 June 2018. This workshop is intended to provide a platform to discuss the risks and opportunities of algorithmic personalization systems in the online news environments, and … Continued


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CFP | 15.8. | Conference on digital transformations of mass media

On 25-26 October 2018 the annual Moscow Readings conference will be held at the Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University. The topic of the conference this year is “Digital Transformations of Mass Media: Regional, National and Global Aspects”. “We encourage conference participants to discuss current state of media and look into possible trends of … Continued


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CFP | 15.8. | Global media literacy

Glimpse, a double-blind peer reviewed journal published annually by the Society for Phenomenology and Media, invites papers for its Spring 2019 issue that will focus on the theme of global media literacy in the digital age. “We find ourselves, arguably, on the brink of a third digital revolution–Web 3.0 constituted by an Internet of things … Continued


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CFP | 2.5. | Workshop on media manipulation

The workshop “Media manipulation: ideologies of influence and political economies of intervention in a digital world” is calling for papers. The event will be held on 29 June 2018 at Cambridge, United Kingdom. They invite contributions from across the social sciences and humanities and encourage presentations that feature work-in-progress. Participants will be expected to give … Continued


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CFP | 4.7. | African digital media review

The special issue of African Journalism Studies titled “African Digital Media Review” is calling for papers. The issue broadly exploresthe impact of digital technologies on a range of social and cultural practices that directly implicate journalism as a social practice. Complete articles (6000-8000 words) fitting within this broadly defined theme must be submitted online by … Continued


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CFP | 22.6. | Political Studies Association: Political reversals and renewals

Political Studies Association is calling papers for Media & Politics Group Annual Conference 2018 titled “Political Reversals and Renewals. The conference is organized at the University of Nottingham on 8-9 November 2018. Recent elections and referenda have thrown up some unexpected results – outside candidates have emerged rapidly to take power, and established politicians have … Continued


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CFP | 30.9. | Populism and the media across Europe

The journal Central European Journal of Communication is calling for papers for its special issue on “Populism and the Media Across Europe”. For this special issue the journal invites submissions that explore relations between populist actors, media and citizens. The Call for Papers welcomes papers focusing on one or more of these aspects. Comparative approaches … Continued


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CFP | 1.5. | Public Service Broadcasting In The Digital Age

The VIEW Journal is calling for papers on the topic “Public Service Broadcasting In The Digital Age”. This special issue proposes a reexamination of public service broadcasting (PSB) in the light of the most recent technological, political and economic developments. Traditional public service broadcasters, ideally designed to serve citizens rather than consumers to inform the … Continued


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CFP | 15.6. | Book chapters on “Mediated Shame”

The aim of the proposed book “Mediated Shame: Disparaging Poverty in Media and Popular Culture” is to explore how media impose shame on and facilitate shaming of economically underperforming people who have poor living standards and belong to the lower class. “Mediated Shame: Disparaging Poverty in Media and Popular Culture” Book editors are Irena Reifová … Continued