Political Campaigns: A Caribbean Perspective
performance of extremism in the cause of politics may be as old as mass media, and adaptive across its various forms, but as Craig Peariso argues persuasively, something changed in the 1960s when radical protest elevated the "put-on" (a phrase he borrows from Jacob Brackman) into a political tactic.
He approaches the mediatized
voice as 'sonic avatars' (xix) both of and other to the Aboriginal radio workers (9); the 'doubles' in the title.
What are some problems or possibilities for digital storytelling that are associated with mediatized
or media-saturated societies?
The political immediacy of the film's subject is reinforced by how the images of barricades, banners, and speeches reverberate with images of the highly mediatized
protest movements of recent years.
In New Statesman, author Simon Kuper praises I am Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the English translation of the Swedish footballer's autobiography (2013), and repeats a story that has become an internationally mediatized
tale or myth: "Zlatan tells an immigrant's tale that resonates across Europe as he guides us through the milieu of toplevel football.
2015b, 'Monitoring Persona: Mediatized
Identity and the Edited Public Self', Frame: Journal of Literary Studies, vol.
By reading both The Ghost of the White Lady and The Dumb Girl of Portici not solely as cinematic reproductions of Sacchetto and Pavlova's bodies, but also as extensions of these dancers' onstage performances, Simonson skillfully complicates the dichotomy between the live and the mediatized
The project explores discourse practices that contributed to the construction of debtor-peripheries, including the symbolic performance of EU conditionality, mediatized
crisis narratives and the ostracising (self )representation of marginalized groups.
Signaling the coming of a new era in Shakespeare studies, both trends invite us not only to recognize the contribution made by Asian theatrical approaches to Shakespeare, but also to cross the line between live and mediatized
performance and to initiate a new round of the performative turn--turning toward the mediatized
and digitalized performance as well as multimedia writings and presentations.
Some will deny that it is anything more than a niche mediatized
concern of little broader relevance.
He is the author of Publicity and Consummation in Contemporary Societies (2011, in Portuguese) and Tele-Reality: The Mediatized
Principle of Publicity (2013, in Portuguese), both free e-books available for download.