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HYPERREALITY, CYBERNEWS,
AND THE POWER OF JOURNALISM

Author(s): GEORGE LAZAROIU
Publisher: Addleton Academic Publishers, New York
ISBN: 978-1-935494-05-8
LCCN: 2009912817
Year: 2009
Pages: 180

Abstract:

Contents: 1. The Effect of New Media on News Content 2. Information Technology, Digital Journalism, and the Structural Implications of New Media 3. Analyzing the Transformation of Journalism from an Analog to a Digital Media System 4. The Future of Journalism 5. The Role of the Journalist in the Age of Ubiquitous Information 6. Emerging Tools of the Information Age 7. The Internet as a Journalistic Medium 8. The Growth of Networked Media

This book is indexed and abstracted in the following international databases: Academic Papers Database, Contemporary Research Index, Current Index to Scholarly Journals, Digital Journals Database, Directory of Academic Resources, Elite Scientific Journals Archive, Recent Science Index, Scholarly Journals Index, Scientific Publications Index, and Scientific Resources Database.

HYPERREALITY, CYBERNEWS,
AND THE POWER OF JOURNALISM
is indexed in: Humanities

MULTIMEDIA, CYBERJOURNALISM,
AND THE TEXTURE OF REALITY

Author(s): GEORGE LAZAROIU
Publisher: Denbridge Press/Addleton Academic Publishers, New York
ISBN: 978-0-9822698-2-4
LCCN: 2008930288
Year: 2008
Pages: 188

Abstract:

Contents: 1. On newsworthiness 2. Analyzing media performance and objective news reporting 3. Tabloidization, news content, and the power of journalism 4. Tabloid journalism and news quality 5. Multimedia logic and news comprehension 6. The importance of media representations on the formation of social reality 7. News media, infotainment, and the decline of reporting 8. News coverage and market-driven tendencies towards trivialization and tabloidization 9. News as a social artifact 10. How the media constructs reality 10. Cybernews and hyperreality 11. News as biased entertainment, faction, and supermarket tabloids 12. Wittgenstein and reality

This book is indexed and abstracted in the following international databases: Academic Papers Database, Contemporary Research Index, Current Index to Scholarly Journals, Digital Journals Database, Directory of Academic Resources, Elite Scientific Journals Archive, Recent Science Index, Scholarly Journals Index, Scientific Publications Index, and Scientific Resources Database.

MULTIMEDIA, CYBERJOURNALISM,
AND THE TEXTURE OF REALITY
is indexed in: Humanities

ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
IN CONTEMPORARY JOURNALISM

Author(s): GEORGE LAZAROIU
Publisher: Denbridge Press/Addleton Academic Publishers, New York
ISBN: 978-0-9798022-1-8
LCCN: 2007932436
Year: 2007
Pages: 187

Abstract:

Contents: 1. Media history and textual analysis 2. Mediating communication and understanding global journalism 3. Manufacturing the news, electronic journalism, and media discourse analysis 4. The technology of mass communication and the practice of journalism 5. Reconfiguring journalism in the epoch of the multi-media world 6. Multiperspectival mixed news matters 7. Linguistic analysis and the logic of communication 8. Factuality and the language of the media 9. An anthropological understanding of contemporary journalism 10. Ontological infrastructure of news media 11. Cyberjournalism, media images, and the market for news.

This book is indexed and abstracted in the following international databases: Academic Papers Database, Contemporary Research Index, Current Index to Scholarly Journals, Digital Journals Database, Directory of Academic Resources, Elite Scientific Journals Archive, Recent Science Index, Scholarly Journals Index, Scientific Publications Index, and Scientific Resources Database.

ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
IN CONTEMPORARY JOURNALISM
is indexed in: Humanities

REMARKS ON MODELING INTERACTIONS IN GRAVITATIONAL FIELDS

Author(s): IULIA BRINDUSA CIOBANU
Publisher: Addleton Academic Publishers, New York
ISBN: 978-1-935494-00-3
LCCN: 2009904736
Year: 2009
Pages: 224

Abstract:

This book tries to broach, under various aspects, certain types of interactions in gravitational field, especially the gravitational field–electromagnetic field interaction, and consists of six chapters. The chapter II is the most complex section of the book and is based, in its first part, on the metric of the Gödel rotating universe model. The tetradic formalism is introduced into the Gödel universe and Maxwell’s equations are written without their sources, thus ignoring the disturbance of the metric due to the presence of electromagnetic energy. Chapter IV presents the elaboration process of an interesting concept analyzed, the generalized superconductivity, by analogy with ordinary superconductivity, defined in theory of the electromagnetic field. Within Chapter V, one proposes the following model: the presence of any gravitational field is equivalent with the existence of a space-time manifold V4. In this context, a gravitational wave, even in linear approximation, corresponds to a non-Euclidian type structure of V4. To study the interaction of two gravitational waves, a second wave is considered, defined into the linear approximation too, a wave that will be distorted by the non-Euclidian structure of V4. This distortion will define the interaction of the two waves.

This book is indexed and abstracted in the following international databases: Academic Papers Database, Contemporary Research Index, Current Index to Scholarly Journals, Digital Journals Database, Directory of Academic Resources, Elite Scientific Journals Archive, Recent Science Index, Scholarly Journals Index, Scientific Publications Index, and Scientific Resources Database.

REMARKS ON MODELING INTERACTIONS IN GRAVITATIONAL FIELDS is indexed in: Science