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'Doxing' has a complicated history, but the type of identity-seeking that occurred in the wake of Charlottesville was once mostly the work of the media. Collette Snowden explains.
The issue of climate change has been a major focus of reporting in the Western media for some years, and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has been at the centre of much of this coverage. But while reportage of the most recent report...
The real role of the internet in the meteoric rise of the Arctic Monkeys, Sandi Thom and Lily Allen to international prominence has been the subject of considerable debate in the music and media industries. Whether or not such success stories represent a change in...
Once upon a time different political perspectives were provided to the public by media reporting, often through their own painstaking research.
If an issue gained attention, several perspectives might compete to inform and shape public opinion. It often took decades for issues to make...
Technologies are not neutral tools that emerge independently of society. According to Judy Wajcman, their design and use reflect as much as they shape the societies which invent them.
Professor Wajcman examines the way digital technologies have enabled us to complete tasks faster and...
This paper reports on an observation of 70 university students’ use of their personal social network site (SNS), Facebook, over a 22-week university study period. The study sought to determine the extent that university students use their personal SNSs to support learning by exploring frequencies...
The World Wide Web has provided unprecedented access to information; as humans and machines increasingly interact with it they provide more and more data. The challenge is how to analyse and interpret this data within the context that it was created, and to present it...
This conceptual paper explores models of mentorship in the context of family dynamics as they are affected by social media use.
This article argues for the need to introduce progressive pedagogies whilst addressing the challenges of rapidly developing technologies in the teaching of oral history at the university level.
The objective of this study was to review curriculum documents produced in the Australia and United States contexts to assess their capacity to provide teachers and schools with guidance on educating primary school aged children about media analysis and media influence.