Articles

Why All the Outrage? Viral Media as Corrupt Play Shaping Mainstream Media Narratives

Why All the Outrage? Viral Media as Corrupt Play Shaping Mainstream Media Narratives

Samuel Duncan

2020-03-17 Volume 15 • Issue 1 • 2020

Understanding Viral Communism: A Thematic Analysis of Twitter During Brazil’s 2018 Elections

Understanding Viral Communism: A Thematic Analysis of Twitter During Brazil’s 2018 Elections

Helton Levy and Claudia Sarmento

2020-03-17 Volume 15 • Issue 1 • 2020

Viral Media: Audience Engagement and Editorial Autonomy at BuzzFeed and Vice

Viral Media: Audience Engagement and Editorial Autonomy at BuzzFeed and Vice

Paul Stringer

2020-03-17 Volume 15 • Issue 1 • 2020

How to Define ‘Viral’ for Media Studies?

How to Define ‘Viral’ for Media Studies?

Anastasia Denisova

2020-03-17 Volume 15 • Issue 1 • 2020

From High Visibility to High Vulnerability: Feminist, Postcolonial and Anti-Gentrification Activism at Risk

From High Visibility to High Vulnerability: Feminist, Postcolonial and Anti-Gentrification Activism at Risk

Anastasia Denisova and Michaela O'Brien

2019-09-03 Volume 14 • Issue 1 • 2019

Nomadic Transmitter: Public Sphere and Aesthetics in Brazilian Media Activism

Nomadic Transmitter: Public Sphere and Aesthetics in Brazilian Media Activism

Thiago O. S. Novaes and Francisco Antunes Caminati

2019-09-03 Volume 14 • Issue 1 • 2019

The Deferred ‘Democracy Dividend’ of Citizen Journalism and Social Media: Perils, Promises and Prospects from the Zimbabwean Experience

The Deferred ‘Democracy Dividend’ of Citizen Journalism and Social Media: Perils, Promises and Prospects from the Zimbabwean Experience

Tenford Chitanana and Bruce Mutsvairo

2019-08-20 Volume 14 • Issue 1 • 2019

Do Not Harm in Private Chat Apps: Ethical Issues for Research on and with WhatsApp

Do Not Harm in Private Chat Apps: Ethical Issues for Research on and with WhatsApp

Sérgio Barbosa and Stefania Milan

2019-08-14 Volume 14 • Issue 1 • 2019

In the Service of Press Freedom or the Imperial Agenda? Negotiating Repression and Coloniality in Zimbabwean Journalism

In the Service of Press Freedom or the Imperial Agenda? Negotiating Repression and Coloniality in Zimbabwean Journalism

Khanyile Joseph Mlotshwa

2019-08-14 Volume 14 • Issue 1 • 2019

From the Streets to the Screen to Nowhere: Las Morras and the Fragility of Networked Digital Activism

From the Streets to the Screen to Nowhere: Las Morras and the Fragility of Networked Digital Activism

Stuart Davis and Melisssa Santillana

2019-08-09 Volume 14 • Issue 1 • 2019