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ix, 307 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • AcknowledgmentsIntroduction: Misinformation among Mass Audiences as a Focus for Inquiry (Brian G. Southwell, Emily A. Thorson, and Laura Sheble)Part I. Dimensions of Audience Awareness of MisinformationChapter 1. Believing Things That Are Not True: A Cognitive Science Perspective on Misinformation (Elizabeth J. Marsh and Brenda W. Yang)Chapter 2. Awareness of Misinformation in Health-Related Advertising: A Narrative Review of the Literature (Vanessa Boudewyns, Brian G. Southwell, Kevin R. Betts, Catherine Slota Gupta, Ryan S. Paquin, Amie C. O'Donoghue, and Natasha Vazquez)Chapter 3. The Importance of Measuring Knowledge in the Age of Misinformation and Challenges in the Tobacco Domain (Joseph N. Cappella, Yotam Ophir, and Jazmyne Sutton)Chapter 4. Measuring Perceptions of Shares of Groups (Douglas J. Ahler and Gaurav Sood)Chapter 5. Dimensions of Visual Misinformation in the Emerging Media Landscape (Jeff Hemsley and Jaime Snyder)Part II. Theoretical Effects and Consequences of MisinformationChapter 6. The Effects of False Information in News Stories (Melanie C. Green and John K. Donahue)Chapter 7. Can Satire and Irony Constitute Misinformation? (Dannagal G. Young)Chapter 8. Media and Political Misperceptions (Brian E. Weeks)Chapter 9. Misinformation and Science: Emergence, Diffusion, and Persistence (Laura Sheble)Chapter 10. Doing the Wrong Things for the Right Reasons: How Environmental Misinformation Affects Environmental Behavior (Alexander Maki, Amanda R. Carrico, and Michael P. Vandenbergh)Part III. Solutions and Remedies for MisinformationChapter 11. Misinformation and Its Correction: Cognitive Mechanisms and Recommendations for Mass Communication (Briony Swire and Ullrich Ecker)Chapter 12. How to Counteract Consumer Product Misinformation (Graham Bullock)Chapter 13. A History of Fact Checking in U.S. Politics and Election Contexts (Shannon Poulsen and Dannagal G. Young)Chapter 14. Comparing Approaches to Journalistic Fact Checking (Emily A. Thorson)Chapter 15. The Role of Middle-Level Gatekeepers in the Propagation and Longevity of Misinformation (Jeff Hemsley)Chapter 16. Encouraging Information Search to Counteract Misinformation: Providing "Balanced" Information about Vaccines (Samantha Kaplan)Conclusion: An Agenda for Misinformation Research (Emily A. Thorson, Laura Sheble, and Brian G. Southwell)ContributorsIndex.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781477314562 20180129
Lies and inaccurate information are as old as humanity, but never before have they been so easy to spread. Each moment of every day, the Internet and broadcast media purvey misinformation, either deliberately or accidentally, to a mass audience on subjects ranging from politics to consumer goods to science and medicine, among many others. Because misinformation now has the potential to affect behavior on a massive scale, it is urgently important to understand how it works and what can be done to mitigate its harmful effects. Misinformation and Mass Audiences brings together evidence and ideas from communication research, public health, psychology, political science, environmental studies, and information science to investigate what constitutes misinformation, how it spreads, and how best to counter it. The expert contributors cover such topics as whether and to what extent audiences consciously notice misinformation, the possibilities for audience deception, the ethics of satire in journalism and public affairs programming, the diffusion of rumors, the role of Internet search behavior, and the evolving efforts to counteract misinformation, such as fact-checking programs. The first comprehensive social science volume exploring the prevalence and consequences of, and remedies for, misinformation as a mass communication phenomenon, Misinformation and Mass Audiences will be a crucial resource for students and faculty researching misinformation, policymakers grappling with questions of regulation and prevention, and anyone concerned about this troubling, yet perhaps unavoidable, dimension of current media systems.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781477314562 20180129
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xiv, 278 pages, 12 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
  • Introduction
  • Mapping context and place
  • Affective images. Photographs of black suffering and violence
  • Affective images in the "new" South Africa
  • Burning questions. The "Burning man"
  • The afterlife of Nhamuave's photograph
  • Photographic speech acts. Migrant life and the image
  • Documentary participatory photography and politics
  • In/visibilities and reenactments. De-identification and multiplication. From documentary to fiction and back: District 9
  • Conclusion: affective images of belonging.
Affective Images examines both canonical and lesser-known photographs and films that address the struggle against apartheid and the new struggles that came into being in post-apartheid times. Marietta Kesting argues for a way of embodied seeing and complements this with feminist and queer film studies, history of photography, media theory, and cultural studies. Featuring in-depth discussions of photographs, films, and other visual documents, Kesting then situates them in broader historical contexts, such as cultural history and the history of black subjectivity and revolves the images around the intersection of race and gender. In its interdisciplinary approach, this book explores the recurrence of affective images of the past in a different way, including flashbacks, trauma, ?white noise,? and the return of the repressed. It draws its materials from photographers, filmmakers, and artists such as Ernest Cole, Simphiwe Nkwali, Terry Kurgan, Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi, Adze Ugah, and the Center for Historical Reenactments.
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vi, 278 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
  • Acknowledgments Introduction: The Paradoxical In/visibility of War John Louis Lucaites and Jon Simons Part I: Seeing War Chapter 1: How Photojournalism Has Framed the War in Afghanistan David Campbell Chapter 2: Returning Soldiers and the In/visibility of Combat Trauma Christopher J. Gilbert and John Louis Lucaites Chapter 3: (Re)fashioning PTSD's Warrior Project Jeremy G. Gordon Chapter 4: Unremarkable Suffering: Banality, Spectatorship, and War's In/visibilities Rebecca A. Adelman and Wendy Kozol Transition "War Is Fun, " a Photo-Essay Nina Berman Chapter 5: Laying bin Laden to Rest: A Case Study of Terrorism and the Politics of Visibility Jody Madeira Part II: Not Seeing War Chapter 6: Digital War and the Public Mind: Call of Duty Reloaded, Decoded Roger Stahl Chapter 7: A Cinema of Consolation: Post-9/11 Super Invasion Fantasy De Witt Douglas Kilgore Chapter 8: Differential Configurations: In/visibility through the Lens of Kathryn Bigelow's The Hurt Locker (2008) Claudia Breger Chapter 9: Canine Rescue, Civilian Casualties, and the Long Gulf War Purnima Bose Part III: Theorizing the In/visibility of War Chapter 10: The In/visibility of Liberal Peace: Perpetual Peace and Enduring Freedom Jon Simons Chapter 11: Why War? Baudrillard, Derrida, and the Absolute Televisual Image Diane Rubenstein Chapter 12: War in the Twenty-first Century: Visible, Invisible, or Superpositional? James Der Derian Notes on Contributors Photo Credits Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780813585383 20170717
In/Visible War addresses a paradox of twenty-first century American warfare. The contemporary visual American experience of war is ubiquitous, and yet war is simultaneously invisible or absent; we lack a lived sense that "America" is at war. This paradox of in/visibility concerns the gap between the experiences of war zones and the visual, mediated experience of war in public, popular culture, which absents and renders invisible the former. Large portions of the domestic public experience war only at a distance. For these citizens, war seems abstract, or may even seem to have disappeared altogether due to a relative absence of visual images of casualties. Perhaps even more significantly, wars can be fought without sacrifice by the vast majority of Americans. Yet, the normalization of twenty-first century war also renders it highly visible. War is made visible through popular, commercial, mediated culture. The spectacle of war occupies the contemporary public sphere in the forms of celebrations at athletic events and in films, video games, and other media, coming together as MIME, the Military-Industrial-Media-Entertainment Network.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780813585383 20170717
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volumes ; 25 cm
Green Library
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ix, 641 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
East Asia Library
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131 pages ; 24 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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254 pages : illustrations, tables ; 21 cm
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245 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Introduction: reading the air
  • Background music of the avant-garde: the quiet boom of Erik Satie
  • The sound of embodied security: imaginary landscapes of ambient music
  • Moving with the rhythms of the city: ambient video attunements
  • Soft fascinations in shallow depth: compositing ambient space
  • Subtractivism: low-affect living with ambient cinema
  • Healing style: ambient literature and the aesthetics of calm
  • Conclusion.
Green Library
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xviii, 253 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Focusing on language?s political power, these essays discuss how representation ? through language norms, plays and spectacles, manipulations and adaptations of texts and images ? both constitutes and reflects a cultural milieu.
Green Library
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225 pages ; 21 cm.
Green Library
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395 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
East Asia Library
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27 pages ; 30 cm
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ix, 216 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: soft-psy media as U.S. strategy
  • Shopping for grocers: the origins of Middle-Eastern soft-psy media
  • Our men in Kabul and Bethlehem: Saad Mohseni and Raed Othman
  • Kind of con men: self-interest, soft-psy media, and resistance
  • Soft-psy media under cover: the question of gender
  • Mediating mediations: meta-media, the Middle East, and soft-psy strategy
  • Conclusion: the trajectory of soft-psy media from 9/11 to today.
Green Library
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232 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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108 pages : color illustrations, map ; 30 cm
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1 online resource (51 pages) : color illustrations Digital: text file.
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Government Information International Collection
"While the impact of new information technologies on all aspects of modern societies and human life has been very positive, new vulnerabilities of our societies have emerged through the growth of the Internet and social media. The No Hate Speech Movement campaign was set up to mobilise young people for human rights online and countering hate speech. In a survey carried out in 2015, women were one of the top three target groups of online hate speech encountered by the respondents. One thematic focus of the campaign is therefore sexist hate speech. Sexist hate speech is still too often seen as "acceptable", while in fact it is one of the most widespread and systemic forms of hate."--Document home page

18. Spectacle [2016]

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ix, 229 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Global media and advances in technology have profoundly affected the way people experience events. The essays in this volume explore the dimensions of contemporary spectacles from the Arab Spring to spectatorship in Hollywood. Questioning the effects that spectacles have on their observers, the authors ask: Are viewers robbed of their autonomy, transformed into depoliticized and passive consumers, or rather are they drawn in to cohesive communities? Does their participation in an event-as audiences, activists, victims, tourists, and critics-change and complicate the event itself? Spectacle looks closely at the permeable boundaries between the reality and fiction of such events, the methods of their construction, and the implications of those methods.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780295995021 20160704
Green Library
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vi, 256 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
The undead are very much alive in contemporary entertainment and lore. Indeed, vampires and zombies have garnered attention in print media, cinema, and on television. The vampire, with roots in medieval European folklore, and the zombie, with origins in Afro-Caribbean mythology, have both undergone significant transformations in global culture, proliferating as deviant representatives of the zeitgeist. As this volume demonstrates, distribution of vampires and zombies across time and space has revealed these undead figures to carry multiple meanings. Of all monsters, vampires and zombies seem to be the trendiest--the most regularly incarnate of the undead and the monsters most frequently represented in the media and pop culture. Moreover, both figures have experienced radical reinterpretations. If in the past vampires were evil, blood-sucking exploiters and zombies were brainless victims, they now have metamorphosed into kinder and gentler blood-sucking vampires and crueler, more relentless, flesh-eating zombies. Although the portrayals of both vampires and zombies can be traced back to specific regions and predate mass media, the introduction of mass distribution through film and game technologies has significantly modified their depiction over time and in new environments. Among other topics, contributors discuss zombies in Thai films, vampire novels of Mexico, and undead avatars in horror videogames. This volume--with scholars from different national and cultural backgrounds--explores the transformations that the vampire and zombie figures undergo when they travel globally and through various media and cultures.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781496804747 20160619
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vii, 217 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Although the last three decades have offered a growing body of scholarship on images of fantastic women in popular culture, these studies either tend to focus on one particular variety of fantastic female (the action or sci-fi heroine), or on her role in a specific genre (villain, hero, temptress). This edited collection strives to define the "Woman Fantastic" more fully. The Woman Fantastic may appear in speculative or realist settings, but her presence is always recognizable. Through futuristic contexts, fantasy worlds, alternate histories, or the display of superpowers, these insuperable women challenge the laws of physics, chemistry, and/or biology. In chapters devoted to certain television programs, adult and young adult literature, and comics, contributors discuss feminist negotiation of today's economic and social realities. Senior scholars and rising academic stars offer compelling analyses of fantastic women from Wonder Woman and She-Hulk to Talia Al Ghul and Martha Washington; from Carrie Vaughn's Kitty Norville series to Cinda Williams Chima's The Seven Realms series; and from Battlestar Gallactica's female Starbuck to Game of Thrones's Sansa and even Elaine Barrish Hammond of USA's Political Animals. This volume furnishes an important contribution to ongoing discussions of gender and feminism in popular culture.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781496808714 20161219
Green Library