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biden memes and “pussy grabs back”: gendered anger after the election hollis griffin / denison university
the authenticity of trump, emotional democracy, and the red pill víctor navarro-remesal and ignacio bergillos / centre d’ensenyament superior alberta giménez
informational infidelity: what happens when the “real” news is considered “fake” news, too? melissa zimdars / merrimack college
laughter in the age of trump maggie hennefeld / university of minnesota
of bhakts, deplorables and more: posthuman communities performing political partisanship in the age of social media sushant kishore / bits pilani
shake my turban: alter egos and altering perceptions in trump’s america suzanne enzerink / brown university
it’s the political economy stupid: the case for media industries studies in an era of fake news christopher m. cox / georgia state university
the scourge of fake news richard van heertum / new york film academy
veteran activism against donald trump ben schrader / colorado state university
biden memes and “pussy grabs back”: gendered anger after the election hollis griffin / denison university
the authenticity of trump, emotional democracy, and the red pill víctor navarro-remesal and ignacio bergillos / centre d’ensenyament superior alberta giménez
informational infidelity: what happens when the “real” news is considered “fake” news, too? melissa zimdars / merrimack college
laughter in the age of trump maggie hennefeld / university of minnesota
of bhakts, deplorables and more: posthuman communities performing political partisanship in the age of social media sushant kishore / bits pilani
shake my turban: alter egos and altering perceptions in trump’s america suzanne enzerink / brown university
it’s the political economy stupid: the case for media industries studies in an era of fake news christopher m. cox / georgia state university
the scourge of fake news richard van heertum / new york film academy
veteran activism against donald trump ben schrader / colorado state university
“blim and chill”: telenovelas and class ideologies in the online streaming wars juan llamas-rodriguez / university of california, santa barbara
“warriors, come out to play”: considering the role of films in moral panics about cinema violence caetlin benson-allott / georgetown university
there has been blood: horror-comic masculinity in the walking dead david greven / university of south carolina
monetizing the maze: how the internet covers westworld myles mcnutt / old dominion university
ownership anxiety, race and ambivalent cuteness in the secret life of pets anthony p. mcintyre / university college dublin
mediating ferguson in columbia, sc susan courtney / university of south carolina
policing pop culture: “danny meets andy griffith” and representing southern law enforcement phoebe bronstein/university of california, san diego
audiovisuality and the media swirl: campaign 2016 carol vernallis / stanford university
tv finales: rethinking the cliffhanger casey mccormick / mcgill university
#trumpisright: the paradox of digital database histories and collective memory eric hahn / new york university
“always off” connection germaine halegoua / university of kansas
bunker mentality: fortified domesticity and the “crazy prepper” in 10 cloverfield lane greg clinton | stony brook university
to see and not to see: racial economies of visibility and invisibility roopali mukherjee / cuny, queens college
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biden memes and “pussy grabs back”: gendered anger after the election
the authenticity of trump, emotional democracy, and the red pill
laughter in the age of trump
of bhakts, deplorables and more: posthuman communities performing political partisanship in the age of social media
shake my turban: alter egos and altering perceptions in trump’s america
it’s the political economy stupid: the case for media industries studies in an era of fake news
the scourge of fake news
veteran activism against donald trump
biden memes and “pussy grabs back”: gendered anger after the election
the authenticity of trump, emotional democracy, and the red pill
laughter in the age of trump
of bhakts, deplorables and more: posthuman communities performing political partisanship in the age of social media
shake my turban: alter egos and altering perceptions in trump’s america
it’s the political economy stupid: the case for media industries studies in an era of fake news
the scourge of fake news
veteran activism against donald trump
“blim and chill”: telenovelas and class ideologies in the online streaming wars
“warriors, come out to play”: considering the role of films in moral panics about cinema violence
there has been blood: horror-comic masculinity in the walking dead
monetizing the maze: how the internet covers westworld
ownership anxiety, race and ambivalent cuteness in the secret life of pets
mediating ferguson in columbia, sc
policing pop culture: “danny meets andy griffith” and representing southern law enforcement
audiovisuality and the media swirl: campaign 2016
tv finales: rethinking the cliffhanger
#trumpisright: the paradox of digital database histories and collective memory
“always off” connection
bunker mentality: fortified domesticity and the “crazy prepper” in 10 cloverfield lane
to see and not to see: racial economies of visibility and invisibility
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biden memes and “pussy grabs back”: gendered anger after the election
the authenticity of trump, emotional democracy, and the red pill
laughter in the age of trump
of bhakts, deplorables and more: posthuman communities performing political partisanship in the age of social media
shake my turban: alter egos and altering perceptions in trump’s america
it’s the political economy stupid: the case for media industries studies in an era of fake news
the scourge of fake news
veteran activism against donald trump
biden memes and “pussy grabs back”: gendered anger after the election
the authenticity of trump, emotional democracy, and the red pill
laughter in the age of trump
of bhakts, deplorables and more: posthuman communities performing political partisanship in the age of social media
shake my turban: alter egos and altering perceptions in trump’s america
it’s the political economy stupid: the case for media industries studies in an era of fake news
the scourge of fake news
veteran activism against donald trump
“blim and chill”: telenovelas and class ideologies in the online streaming wars
“warriors, come out to play”: considering the role of films in moral panics about cinema violence
there has been blood: horror-comic masculinity in the walking dead
monetizing the maze: how the internet covers westworld
ownership anxiety, race and ambivalent cuteness in the secret life of pets
mediating ferguson in columbia, sc
policing pop culture: “danny meets andy griffith” and representing southern law enforcement
audiovisuality and the media swirl: campaign 2016
tv finales: rethinking the cliffhanger
#trumpisright: the paradox of digital database histories and collective memory
“always off” connection
bunker mentality: fortified domesticity and the “crazy prepper” in 10 cloverfield lane
to see and not to see: racial economies of visibility and invisibility
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biden memes and “pussy grabs back”: gendered anger after the election
the authenticity of trump, emotional democracy, and the red pill
laughter in the age of trump
of bhakts, deplorables and more: posthuman communities performing political partisanship in the age of social media
shake my turban: alter egos and altering perceptions in trump’s america
it’s the political economy stupid: the case for media industries studies in an era of fake news
the scourge of fake news
veteran activism against donald trump
biden memes and “pussy grabs back”: gendered anger after the election
the authenticity of trump, emotional democracy, and the red pill
laughter in the age of trump
of bhakts, deplorables and more: posthuman communities performing political partisanship in the age of social media
shake my turban: alter egos and altering perceptions in trump’s america
it’s the political economy stupid: the case for media industries studies in an era of fake news
the scourge of fake news
veteran activism against donald trump
“blim and chill”: telenovelas and class ideologies in the online streaming wars
“warriors, come out to play”: considering the role of films in moral panics about cinema violence
there has been blood: horror-comic masculinity in the walking dead
monetizing the maze: how the internet covers westworld
ownership anxiety, race and ambivalent cuteness in the secret life of pets
mediating ferguson in columbia, sc
policing pop culture: “danny meets andy griffith” and representing southern law enforcement
audiovisuality and the media swirl: campaign 2016
tv finales: rethinking the cliffhanger
#trumpisright: the paradox of digital database histories and collective memory
“always off” connection
bunker mentality: fortified domesticity and the “crazy prepper” in 10 cloverfield lane
to see and not to see: racial economies of visibility and invisibility
em biden memes and “pussy grabs back”: gendered anger after the election
the authenticity of trump, emotional democracy, and the red pill
laughter in the age of trump
of bhakts, deplorables and more: posthuman communities performing political partisanship in the age of social media
shake my turban: alter egos and altering perceptions in trump’s america
it’s the political economy stupid: the case for media industries studies in an era of fake news
the scourge of fake news
veteran activism against donald trump
biden memes and “pussy grabs back”: gendered anger after the election
the authenticity of trump, emotional democracy, and the red pill
laughter in the age of trump
of bhakts, deplorables and more: posthuman communities performing political partisanship in the age of social media
shake my turban: alter egos and altering perceptions in trump’s america
it’s the political economy stupid: the case for media industries studies in an era of fake news
the scourge of fake news
veteran activism against donald trump
“blim and chill”: telenovelas and class ideologies in the online streaming wars
“warriors, come out to play”: considering the role of films in moral panics about cinema violence
there has been blood: horror-comic masculinity in the walking dead
monetizing the maze: how the internet covers westworld
ownership anxiety, race and ambivalent cuteness in the secret life of pets
mediating ferguson in columbia, sc
policing pop culture: “danny meets andy griffith” and representing southern law enforcement
audiovisuality and the media swirl: campaign 2016
tv finales: rethinking the cliffhanger
#trumpisright: the paradox of digital database histories and collective memory
“always off” connection
bunker mentality: fortified domesticity and the “crazy prepper” in 10 cloverfield lane
to see and not to see: racial economies of visibility and invisibility
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facebook twitter a critical forum on television and media culture home about flow contribute credits authors editorial team technical credits former editors flow conference 2016 flow 2016 registration & check-in flow 2016 conference schedule and roundtables flow 2016 conference location flow 2016 lodging and transportation flow2016 organizers biden memes and “pussy grabs back”: gendered anger after the election hollis griffin / denison university hollis griffin discusses the popularity of biden memes, their relation to gendered political discourse, and suggests memes like “pussy grabs back” will persist instead while providing political motivation without similar gender trappings. read more » the authenticity of trump, emotional democracy, and the red pill víctor navarro-remesal and ignacio bergillos / centre d’ensenyament superior alberta giménez víctor navarro-remesal and ignacio bergillos discuss the relation between post-fact politics and “redpillers,” a loosely organized online community of users espousing an awakening to a conspiracy of injustices brought on by “social justice warriors”, radical feminism, and political correctness. read more » informational infidelity: what happens when the “real” news is considered “fake” news, too? melissa zimdars / merrimack college melissa zimdars examines the public’s distrust of mainstream news reporting, and argues their coverage in fact contributes to this distrust through “information infidelity” – the process of inaccurately or imprecisely copying, reproducing, and/or relaying information that may already be based on questionable or unreliable sources. read more » laughter in the age of trump maggie hennefeld / university of minnesota maggie hennefeld explores the use of humor in the contemporary political landscape, and suggests we need to find a way to employ satire to repoliticize civic discourse in american society. read more » of bhakts, deplorables and more: posthuman communities performing political partisanship in the age of social media sushant kishore / bits pilani sushant kishore explores digital media, the performance of communitas and political partisanship, and posthuman social media communities through a comparative discussion of india’s 2014 general election and the u.s. 2016 presidential election. read more » shake my turban: alter egos and altering perceptions in trump’s america suzanne enzerink / brown university suzanne enzerink looks at sikhtoons and other popular culture challenges to muslim and muslim-perceived stereotypes. read more » it’s the political economy stupid: the case for media industries studies in an era of fake news christopher m. cox / georgia state university christopher m. cox argues for a media industries framework to better understand the production, dissemination, and consumption of fake news. read more » the scourge of fake news richard van heertum / new york film academy richard van heertum considers the applicability of marshall mcluhan’s global village, guy debord’s society of the spectacle, and jean baudrillard’s simulacra/simulacrum to the 2016 american presidential election. read more » veteran activism against donald trump ben schrader / colorado state university with first-hand experience, ben schrader discusses the often underexplored narratives circulating about military veterans, and how some have used the media to offer a counter message. read more » *special issue* media activism & politics in/for the age of trump biden memes and “pussy grabs back”: gendered anger after the election hollis griffin / denison university the authenticity of trump, emotional democracy, and the red pill víctor navarro-remesal and ignacio bergillos / centre d’ensenyament superior alberta giménez informational infidelity: what happens when the “real” news is considered “fake” news, too? melissa zimdars / merrimack college laughter in the age of trump maggie hennefeld / university of minnesota of bhakts, deplorables and more: posthuman communities performing political partisanship in the age of social media sushant kishore / bits pilani shake my turban: alter egos and altering perceptions in trump’s america suzanne enzerink / brown university it’s the political economy stupid: the case for media industries studies in an era of fake news christopher m. cox / georgia state university the scourge of fake news richard van heertum / new york film academy veteran activism against donald trump ben schrader / colorado state university previous issues 23.02 “blim and chill”: telenovelas and class ideologies in the online streaming wars juan llamas-rodriguez / university of california, santa barbara november 28, 2016 leave a comment “warriors, come out to play”: considering the role of films in moral panics about cinema violence caetlin benson-allott / georgetown university november 28, 2016 leave a comment there has been blood: horror-comic masculinity in the walking dead david greven / university of south carolina 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