Lost in Media

The book's starting point is the assertion that migrants have entered European countries, but not the public sphere. When they do, it is as characters in narratives as something other.

Lost in Media

Author: Ismail Einashe

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ISBN: 9789492095688

Page: 168

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How can migrants represent themselves in public debate? Lost in Media argues for new terms of participation This volume gathers critical responses to the representations of migrants in the media in Europe through nine essays by prominent writers, artists and journalists. The starting point is the assertion that migrants may have entered European countries, but they have not yet entered the public sphere. When they do, it is as characters in other people's stories: they are spoken about but rarely spoken to, pointed at but rarely heard. If migrants and refugees are to become fully recognized citizens of Europe, they need to be participants in public debate. Lost in Media features essays by Tania Bruguera, Moha Gerehou, Aleksandar Hemon, Lubaina Himid, Dawid Krawczyk, Antonija Letinic, Nesrine Malik, Nadifa Mohamed, Ece Temelkuran, Daniel Trilling, Menno Weijs and Andr Wilkens; and visual contributions by Roda Abdalle, Tania Bruguera, Jillian Edelstein, Moha Gerehou, Lubaina Himid, Jade Jackman, Jacob Lawrence and Antonija Letinic.

LOST in Media

What is the relation between LOST's temporality and that of television in general? And how can LOST be understood as a phenomenon of mediatized worlds? The contributions in this book examine these questions.

LOST in Media

Author: Benjamin Beil

Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

ISBN: 3643902069

Page: 192

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The television series LOST initiated a wide-ranging academic debate which centered on its narrative and temporal complexity, while also addressing the massive expansion into other media and consequently crossing established genre categories. This expansion poses the essential question about the status of the original medium (television) within recent multiple media configurations. Can LOST be regarded as a symptom of television in the process of media change? What is the relation between LOST's temporality and that of television in general? And how can LOST be understood as a phenomenon of mediatized worlds? The contributions in this book examine these questions. The book's editors are members of the project "TV Series as Reflection and Projection of Change," which is part of the DFG Priority Program 1505: "Mediatized Worlds". (Series: Medien'welten. Braunschweiger Schriften zur Medienkultur - Vol. 19)

Lost in Translation

Such programs prepare graduates for the types of jobs available in both the
public and private sector . Advanced skills and media In today ' s world ,
advanced skills , formerly introduced to students primarily through the literature of
a culture ...

Lost in Translation

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. Subcommittee on Oversight of Government Management, the Federal Workforce, and the District of Columbia

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Page: 103

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Lost in the Workplace

Proceedings from a Seminar for the News Media, September 13-14, 1979. that
he is a home run hitter on that team . Mr. Secretary ? SECRETARY MARSHALL :
Thank you , Eula . It is a special pleasure for me to join this historic media
seminar ...

Lost in the Workplace

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Page: 468

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Paradise Lost

Tobias had been sent on a journey by his father Tobit to fetch ten talents of silver
which the latter had deposited with a friend “ at Rages a city of Media ; " Raphael
appeared to him in human form and acted as his guide , i . e . “ deigned to ...

Paradise Lost

Author: John Milton

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Ecological Research Series

Runoff was reduced 13-16 % with contour tillage . pollutant Changes in Media :
Surface Water Sediment ( Continued ) 10. ... associated with sediment will be
reduced , but reductions may not be proportional to the amount of sediment lost .
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Ecological Research Series

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Lost in Transition

Mireya Navarro, “The Very Long Legs of 'Girls Gone Wild,'” New York Times, April
4, 2004, section 9, 1; Vickie Mayer, “SoftCore in TV Time: The Political Economy
of a 'Cultural Trend,'” Critical Studies in Media Communication 22, no. 4 (2005): ...

Lost in Transition

Author: Christian Smith

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199911525

Page: 296

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Life for emerging adults is vastly different today than it was for their counterparts even a generation ago. Young people are waiting longer to marry, to have children, and to choose a career direction. As a result, they enjoy more freedom, opportunities, and personal growth than ever before. But the transition to adulthood is also more complex, disjointed, and confusing. In Lost in Transition, Christian Smith and his collaborators draw on 230 in-depth interviews with a broad cross-section of emerging adults (ages 18-23) to investigate the difficulties young people face today, the underlying causes of those difficulties, and the consequences both for individuals and for American society as a whole. Rampant consumer capitalism, ongoing failures in education, hyper-individualism, postmodernist moral relativism, and other aspects of American culture are all contributing to the chaotic terrain that emerging adults must cross. Smith identifies five major problems facing very many young people today: confused moral reasoning, routine intoxication, materialistic life goals, regrettable sexual experiences, and disengagement from civic and political life. The trouble does not lie only with the emerging adults or their poor individual decisions but has much deeper roots in mainstream American culture--a culture which emerging adults have largely inherited rather than created. Older adults, Smith argues, must recognize that much of the responsibility for the pain and confusion young people face lies with them. Rejecting both sky-is-falling alarmism on the one hand and complacent disregard on the other, Smith suggests the need for what he calls "realistic concern"--and a reconsideration of our cultural priorities and practices--that will help emerging adults more skillfully engage unique challenges they face. Even-handed, engagingly written, and based on comprehensive research, Lost in Transition brings much needed attention to the darker side of the transition to adulthood.

Lost in the Archives

With this context in view, Lost in the Archives explores the productive potential of memory's failures - its technical dropouts, omissions, burials, eclipses, and denials ..."--Page 2 de la couverture.

Lost in the Archives

Author: Rebecca Comay

Publisher: Alphabet City

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Page: 771

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"There is a crisis in the archives. The contemporary world requires that increasingly vast amounts of material be archived and accessed, and this presents unprecedented possibilites and problems for the production, storage, and use of knowledge. With this context in view, Lost in the Archives explores the productive potential of memory's failures - its technical dropouts, omissions, burials, eclipses, and denials ..."--Page 2 de la couverture.