Scholars such as Thomas Meyer and Frank Esser look at journalist in the current mediatized
dispensation as increasingly influential - arguing that when journalism is characterized by media interventionism that entails news shaped by journalists rather than politicians with angles of stories that force politicians to adapt to the media environment, then the society is better off.
268) between Islamic cultural codes, religious principles that inform journalistic ethics, and the Western view of Islamic ideologies, citing two events mediatized
over sex segregation in Saudi Arabia.
You have to pay a fee to enter [the fair] so there's a limit to which this project can be constituted as 'public.' That's why, as much as possible, we wanted to infuse the program with individuals and personalities who are either connected to these highly popular, highly mediatized
and widespread phenomena like positive energy healing or the happiness industry or silent fashion.
Political Campaigns: A Caribbean Perspective
However, in the aftermath of a series of electoral victories by populist political leaders and parties ranging from Donald Trump in the United States to Rodrigo Duterte in the Philippines, a new genre of literature on mediatized
populism as a global phenomenon, a zeitgeist or world spirit of our times whose rise has been enabled by and through media, has gained considerable public traction.
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.
Surely, the "mediatized
witnessing in our time" and the "exorbitant visual stimulus" of global violence and war that for Ganguly "generates the melancholic realism of the world novel" existed before 1989, and especially for America through broadcasts of the Vietnam War.
He approaches the mediatized
voice as 'sonic avatars' (xix) both of and other to the Aboriginal radio workers (9); the 'doubles' in the title.
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.