Intellect is pleased to announce that Explorations in Media Ecology 21.1 is out now!
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Aims and Scope
Explorations in Media Ecology, the journal of the Media Ecology Association, accepts submissions that extend our understanding of media (defined in the broadest possible terms), that apply media ecological approaches, and/or that advance media ecology as a field of inquiry. As an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary publication, EME welcomes contributions embracing diverse theoretical, philosophical and methodological approaches to the study of media and processes of mediation through language, symbols, codes, meaning and processes of signification, abstracting and perception; art, music, literature, aesthetics and poetics; form, pattern and method; materials, energy, information, technology and technique; mind, thought, emotion, consciousness, identity and behaviour; groups, organizations, affiliations, communities; politics, economics, religion, science, education, business and the professions; societies and cultures; history and the future; contexts, situations, systems and environments; evolution and ecology; the human person, human affairs and the human condition; etc.
Dealing with dystopia: Freire’s Gnostic cycle and media ecology in a post-pandemic world
Dystopic pasts: Missionaries, Māori and literacy sense-making in nineteenth-century New Zealand
Two cheers for literacy: Walter Ong, President Trump and the literate mind
DAVID R. OLSON
Godllywood: A digital pedagogy for the evangelical woman
JADNA RODRIGUES BARBOSA
Urban risk and crisis communication in posthuman cities: A media ecology approach
KIRILL AZERNYI AND JIM ANDREWS
Teaching media ecology in-person and online: Lessons from a COVID-19 semester
It might as well be called BOOM! A probe on Zoom exhaustion
Reading the Comments: Likers, Haters, and Manipulators at the Bottom of the Web, Joseph M. Reagle (2015)
Judith Schofield (she/her) | Journals and Conferences Marketing Executive