Controversial ImagesMedia Representations on the EdgeTaschenbuchvon F. AttwoodEAN: 9781349329243Einband: Kartoniert / BroschiertBeilage: BookAuflage: 2013Erscheinungsjahr: 2016Sprache: EnglischSeiten: 292Abbildungen: BibliographieMaße: 218 x 142 x 22
Offering a series of case studies of recent media controversies, this collection draws on new perspectives in cultural studies to consider a wide variety of images. The book suggest how we might achieve a more subtle understanding of controversial images
Erscheinungsdatum: 24.06.2016Medium: TaschenbuchEinband: Kartoniert / BroschiertTitel: Controversial ImagesTitelzusatz: Media Representations on the EdgeAuflage: 2013Redaktion: Attwood, F. // Campbell, V. // Hunter, I. // Lockyer, S.Verlag: Palgrav
Offering a series of case studies of recent media controversies, this collection draws on new perspectives in cultural studies to consider a wide variety of images. The book suggest how we might achieve a more subtle understanding of controversial images and negotiate the difficult terrain of the new media landscape. RÜSTEM ERTU? ALTINAY Doctoral candidate at New York University, USA MARTIN BARKER Emeritus Professor at Aberystwyth University, UK BRUCE BENNETT Lecturer in Film Studies in the Lancaster Institute for Contemporary Arts at Lancaster University, UK PAUL BRIGHTON Executive Principal Lecturer and Head of Media and Film, University of Wolverhampton, UK CATHERINE ANN COLLINS Professor in the Department of Rhetoric and Media Studies at Willamette University, USA JEREMY COLLINS Lectures in media studies at London Metropolitan University, UK DAVID DOUGLASS Dean of Campus Life and Professor of Rhetoric and Media Studies at Willamette University, USA MEREDITH JONES Senior Lecturer at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia STEVE JONES Lecturer in the Department of Media at Northumbria University, UK JULIA KENNEDY Senior Lecturer in Journalism at University College Falmouth, UK PLAMENA KOURTOVA PhD Candidate in Ethnomusicology at Florida State University, USA STEPHEN MADDISON Principal Lecturer in Cultural Studies at the University of East London, UK SUSANNA PAASONEN Professor of Media Studies at University of Turku, Finland JULIAN PETLEY Professor of Journalism and Screen Media in the School of Arts, Brunel University, UK CAROLINE RUDDELL Lecturer in Film and Television at St. Marys University College at Strawberry Hill, UK CLARISSA SMITH Reader in Sexual Cultures at the University of Sunderland, UK ADAM STAPLETON PhD candidate in the school of Communication Arts at the University of Western Sydney, Australia
Controversial Images:Media Representations on the Edge. Auflage 2013 Feona Attwood, Vincent Campbell, I.Q. Hunter, Sharon Lockyer
Controversial Mega-Events and the Sponsor´s Image:The Affect of the 2008 Olympic Games on its Sponsor´s Social Image Florence S. de Ruijter
In 1968, the Republican Convention was a display of congeniality and unity, despite the various factions each supporting a separate candidate. Choosing Spiro Agnew as his running mate, Richard Nixon won the nomination on the first ballot, with Ronald Reagan moving to make it unanimous. Conservatives such as Barry Goldwater and Strom Thurmond immediately joined in the support. From that moment, the results of Nixon´s work since the 1962 defeat took effect, and he demonstrated himself to be a far more thoughtful and careful candidate than in the past. The image of a ´´New Nixon´´ emerged, ´´more statesmanlike, less combative, more mature and presidential´´. The Democrats, on the other hand, were in terrible disarray. The Vietnam War raged with no honorable end in sight, President Kennedy had been assassinated several years before, and public unrest at home grew by the day. Even still, when Senator Eugene McCarthy decided to throw his hat into the ring in 1968, it was a surprise, but it was an even greater one when he was only narrowly defeated in the first primary in New Hampshire on March 12th. Though President Lyndon B. Johnson had won the primary, the close margin made him appear vulnerable, an unusual position for a sitting president, and after McCarthy´s close shave in New Hampshire, Senator Bobby Kennedy judged the time was right to enter the race. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Clem. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/087144de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This book is the first critical anthology to examine the controversial history of the zoo by focusing on its close relationship with screen media histories and technologies. Individual chapters address the representation of zoological spaces in classical and contemporary Hollywood cinema, documentary and animation, amateur and avant-garde film, popular television and online media. The Zoo and Screen Media: Images of Exhibition and Encounter provides a new map of twentieth-century human-animal relations by exploring how the zoo, that modern apparatus for presenting living animals to human audiences, has itself been represented across a diverse range of moving image media. Michael Lawrence is Lecturer in Film Studies at the University of Sussex, UK. He is the author of Sabu and the co-editor, with Laura McMahon, of Animal Life and the Moving Image. Karen Lury is Professor of Film and Television Studies at the University of Glasgow, UK and the author of The Child in Film: Tears, Fears and Fairytales . She is an editor of the international film and television studies journal, Screen.
Seminar paper from the year 2013 in the subject German Studies - Comparative Literature, grade: 1.3, University of Flensburg, language: English, abstract: Throughout the history both the Eastern and the Western parts of the world had a certain image of each other as of the opposites. The world division into us and them had certainly brought a number of stereotypes and prejudices. With the development of tourism, the humanity has got more opportunities to travel around the world and to discover foreign cultures. However, travelling did not eliminate all the stereotypes filling human minds. Platform, the second novel of controversial French author Michel Houellebecq, reveals some clichés and prejudices of modern society. This work aims to analyse stereotyped images of the West and the East civilisations described in the novel, and to investigate the reason of their usage, as well as the impact they make on the prejudiced characters. In order to make the analysis more effective, the essay will cover the most prominent stereotypes based on the nation, gender, sexuality, and religion. In order to elaborate a clear line of analysis of the novel, which is a vivid example of postmodern literature, the essay arguments are based on the works of postmodern critical theorists writing on the Western and the Eastern civilisations (such as Jacques Derrida, Noam Chomsky, Michel Foucault, Edward Said, Homi K. Bhabha, etc.). To make the analysis more comprehensive the essay includes the researches of psychiatrist, psychologists, psychoanalysis theorists and sociologists, as well as political scientists and communication theorists (Samuel P. Huntington, Walter Lippmann, Anthony Giddens, Gordon Allport, Sigmund Freud, Slavoj ?i?ek, William Cox, Patricia Devine, etc.).