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(Re)sounding Histories

On the Temporalities of the Media Event

Penelope Papailias

representation. Briefly, this includes taking into account the production of event-spaces and author-effects, the transformation of private moments into public broadcasts, the bringing together and dispersing of disparate temporalities and spatialities, as well

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Law Abiding Citizens

On Popular Support for the Illegal Killing of Wolves

Olve Krange, Erica von Essen, and Ketil Skogen

atmosphere. One man had the following to say to NRK, the Norwegian public broadcaster: I'm no supporter of illegal hunting, but we have to distinguish illegal hunting from the wolf hunting that has taken place. It's an outcome of the politics right now

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Liminal spaces, resources and networks

Facebook as a shaping force for students’ transitions into higher education

Sally Baker and Eve Stirling

actions are publicly broadcast to a network of Facebook Friends. In the first year at university, this networked activity appears to be significant because Facebook can allow a user to create visible social bonds with a range of Friends and classmates and