Hoffman, he suggests, embodied a sophisticated critique of the limits of radical action in the mediatized
conditions transform known forms for digital storytelling.
In the present article, the mediatized
'Zlatan tale' is explored using the reception of the autobiography I am Zlatan Ibrahimovic as a main starting point.
By likening these dancers to the camera, which--in contrast to its early reception as a technology that merely captured and reproduced images--was beginning to be understood as a machine that relied upon human intervention and artistry, Simonson makes a convincing case for the contingent natvire of the live and the mediatized
and digitalized performance pieces collected in the Archive stand not as supplements to live performances but as singular virtual copies.
With a super modern, super mediatized
flow of information the classic 'pick up a morning paper' has suffered a natural progression of neglect.
Related to this is the shaping of public and private spaces as mediatized
Indeed, Toni perceives the world as "globally mediatized
," its distorted realities randomly granting maskers some time on the stage.
Her topics are theory and clues, media and rituals, three perspectives on mediatized
rituals, and death rituals in a media age.
Juxtaposed with the translucent white and yellow used to represent her negligee and mouth only draws attention to the roughly rendered hair, eyes, hands and breasts -- those body parts which, in our mediatized
visual culture, have come to embody "femininity.
In an opening essay in Section 1, Hjarvard proposes a typology of three forms of mediatized
Tijuana is not unique in the way it has been overtaken by the most recent wave of drug cartel violence, the latest, deadliest, and perhaps most mediatized
chapter in the so-called war on drugs.