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How Movements Are Mediated

The Case of the Hungarian Student Network in 2012–2013

Bálint Takács, Sára Bigazzi, Ferenc Arató, and Sára Serdült

practices. Having established these five content dimensions, we analyzed how they were mediated and transmitted to the wider public. Research Questions and Sample Here, we present two analyses of the media representation of the movement in popular Hungarian

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Christine Moderbacher

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More than a year after the Brussels district Molenbeek came to international attention as “ISIS's European capital,” an unplanned encounter during a visit at my former field site leads to a conversation about the struggles and concerns that people are facing in this much-talked-about place. The discussion on a small restaurant terrace wanders off into disappointments and adjustments during research and life and is marked by a shared feeling of uncertainty that mirrors the atmosphere of a city that has seldom been portrayed beyond ephemeral media descriptions.

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La singularité française

la campagne présidentielle de Ségolène Royal

Frédérique Matonti

For the first time, a woman has come close to becoming the president of France. This essay examines the conditions that account for why Segolène Royal was chosen as Socialist candidate for the presidency. These conditions were above all political and were linked to key features of the Socialist Party. But her nomination also needs to be understood in the context of the parity law. To an important extent this law reinforced the gendered order, and Ségolène Royal's candidacy emerged readily in the wake of the law. The essay goes on to analyze the candidate's campaign. Before and during the primary campaign, the general framework was conducive to her ascendancy. But, after the primaries, critics were sharp: Royal was portrayed as ever less competent. Although there is a sociological basis for the voting of 2007, misogyny also played a part in Ségolène Royal's defeat.

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Claiming Space

Documenting Second-generation Iranian Americans in Los Angeles

Amy Malek

In 2009–2010 I collaborated with four Iranian documentary photographers to document everyday lives of the second-generation Iranian-American community in Los Angeles (LA). This article offers an overview of that project and exhibition, along with a selection of images, and presents interview data that suggests several impacts of place and of representations of Iranians on second generation Iranian-American identity. Youth experiences of geopolitical, community and familial struggles have motivated many in this generation to re-mould the image of ‘LA Persians’ by claiming space in diaspora for themselves and their children, the growing third generation.

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Educational Film Studies

A Burgeoning Field of Research

Anne Bruch

Humanitarianism . 42 He traces the visual rhetoric of French colonial documentaries and shows how the media representation of the colonies was integral to French national identity. One aspect of Bloom’s research is the role of film in educational programs in both

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Moving on

Italy as a stepping stone in migrants’ imaginaries

Anna Tuckett

media representation of Albanian immigration . In Ralph D. Grillo and Jeff C. Pratt , eds., The politics of recognizing difference: Multiculturalism Italian-style , pp. 77 – 95 . Alder-shot : Ashgate . Ong , Aihwa . 1999 . Flexible