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Latest publications:
The Elements of Libidinal Economy in Instagram: A New Ontological Status of Photography

This paper is a reflection on the use of Instagram images as economic operators. This analysis focuses on a re-reading of Lyotard’s "Libidinal Economy" and Barthes’ anchorage theory.

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Locating Civic Engagement through Social Media during Calamities: The Philippine Experience

This paper explores how citizens use social media during calamities to express their opinions, generate resources, and mobilize support for disaster victims gleaning from the Philippine experience.

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Neoliberal Policies and Weekend Supplements of Major Dailies in Turkey

This paper addresses how the neoliberal policies that have prevailed in Turkey after 1980 are reflected in media content, analyzing major newspapers in terms of globalization, consumption culture, and standardization.

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Emotional Appeals in Commercials Affect Purchasing Behavior

The relationship between effectiveness of commercials with and without emotional appeals was significantly different in a purposive sample of online respondents (n=82). The respondents represented both American and Chinese cultures.

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The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Communication , Volume 9, Issue 3-4, March 2015

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The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Communication , Volume 10, Issue 2, June 2015

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Smart Communication in the Context of Lifestyle Transformation: A Case Study of Smartphone User Behavior among Hong Kong’s Young People

In this study, we conducted observation and focus group interviews with Hong Kong university and college students with the aim of understanding the lifestyle transformation brought about by smart communication.

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Has She Got "Sex Appeal?": Critical Feminism and the Australian Sports Media

Using a critical feminist lens, the gendered culture of the Australian sports media is analysed. In particular, a culture where women athletes and women's sports are often excluded.

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The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Communication , Volume 9, Issue 2, March 2015

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Integrating Trust, Social Capital, and Social Exchange to Explain Social Media Engagement

This paper provides a conceptual framework that integrates the concepts of trust, social capital, and social exchange to explain user engagement with a range of social media applications.

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