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Gusejnov G. Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media. 2013. No. 9. P. 129-133.
Добавлено: 24 марта 2014
Статья
Davydov Sergey Gennadyevich, Davydova M. A. Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media. 2013. № 10. С. 47-64.

Статья посвящена изменению роли обыденного критика, - синефила, занимающегося написанием непрофессиональных рецензий на просмотренные фильмы. Анализируются 455 текстов, сгенерированных пользователями сайтов Афиша.ру и Кинопоиск.ру, о российском фильме "Высоцкий. Спасибо, что живой" (2011). Дано описание шести типов рецензий обыденной критики.

Добавлено: 23 января 2014
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Lapina-Kratasyuk E., Chapman A., Goroshko O. et al. Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media. 2020. No. 20. P. 65-86.

Issue 20 celebrates ten years of Digital Icons. As an integral part of this celebratory issue we want to paint a broad picture of the changes Runet underwent in the last decade. In order to achieve this goal, we asked leading scholars in the field—among them most of the authors of Digital Icons 1—for short statements: Did Runet change in the past ten years, and if so, how? Has this change affected the academic or professional field in which you work? Did the field itself change? Have your methods and theories of study evolved? Based on the answers we received from Olena Goroshko, Tatjana Hofmann, Ekaterina Lapina-Kratasyuk, Sudha Rajagopalan, Ellen Rutten, Robert A. Saunders, Henrike Schmidt, Elena Trubina and Vera Zvereva, we compiled a panorama of ten years of Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media.

Добавлено: 12 июня 2020
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Samutina N. Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media. 2013. No. 10. P. 17-46.

The article examines Russian Harry Potter fan fiction as an anthropological source. The analysis focuses on fan fiction as a cultural practice, Russian online communities devoted to the continuation of Harry Potter stories and their common values, reading strategies and practices of writing. Given that Russian Harry Potter fan fiction writers and readers are mostly women, the author pays attention to gender norms as they are represented in fan fiction texts and reading practices. The article explores the central role that individual choice plays in fan fiction axiology, the representations of sex and corresponding problems of the language, the images of family which are produced and discussed in the community and the possibilities that slash as a fictional frame provides for the manifestation of the community’s essential values.

Добавлено: 11 мая 2013
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Baysha O. Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media. 2010. Vol. 4.

This study investigates the outburst of anti-Americanism among Russian Internet users during the Russia-Georgia military crisis of 2008. The paper analyzes the discussions of Washington Post articles at the Washington Post Internet forum and the Foreign Media Russian Internet site. This study shows that, despite numerous attempts by Russian users to deliver their messages to the American readers, their postings were ignored by the American users and global dialogue did not occur. It is this exclusion from the conversation, together with the denigration of Russia by writers in the United States that led to the intensification of anti-American sentiments among the Russians. The study makes clear that for the establishment of effective global public spheres access to new communication technologies and knowledge of English are inadequate, unless accompanied by the willingness to listen to others and a desire to understand them.

Добавлено: 11 ноября 2013
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Ним Е. Г. Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media. 2012. № 7. С. 171-180.

"Наномитинги" вошли в репертуар общероссийского протестного движения "За честные выборы" в 2012 году. Возникнув в заполярных Апатитах, волна кукольных протестов - митингов и других гражданских акций с "участием" лего-демонстрантов и мягких игрушек - прокатилась по многим российским городам. Эти акции планировались как медиасобытия; оппозиция использовала в их организации новые медиа.

Добавлено: 18 сентября 2014