The results of the applicants’ selection for the participation in the Media Studies Laboratorium of SMS’2014

Оновлено: 06.03.2014

Here are the results of the applicants’ selection for the participation in the Media Studies Laboratorium of SMS’2014. The competition was keen and unfortunately SMS’2014 Committee was not able to support all applicants within the platform. Among all 120 applications our competent jury has chosen 25 of the best projects to be completed by March 10. There are 12 representatives from the Ukrainian and 14 from Foreign Universities (the flag bubble represents the country of the applicant’s institution.) Below, one can also read all the themes of the applicants’ projects.

Applicant’s name Country University, degree Application project 
1. Bondarovich  Anastasiya  Belarusian State University, Belarus; Department of Journalism, 3rd grade Viral Potential of Ambient Media Advertising(on the examples found in communicative environment of Minsk)
2. Dąbrowska Ilona   Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin,  Poland;Faculty of Political Science, Department of Journalism, Ph.D. student New Communication Inside the Social Media Bubble
3. Drapała  JoannaPotapiuk  Kamila   University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszów, Poland; Journalism and Social Communication, MA Web Adaptations of Literature, Which Use Cross Media Platforms Storytelling Technology
4. Diomina Olena    V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University,  Ukraine; School of Philosophy, Theory of Culture and Philosophy of Science Department, Aspirant
The Classic Love Stories in the New Social and Cultural Conditions: Remakes of Soviet Romantic Comedies in the Structure of the Post-Soviet Culture
5. Dluhý  Rastislav   Catholic University of Ružomberok, Slovakia; Journalism Department, Ph.D. student Spiritual Conversion Through American TV Program Choices We Face
6. Gizatulina Christina  Kazan state University,  Russia; Institute of Mass Communications and Social Sciences, MA “Lurkmore” – the Cult Without Personality
7. Gromenko  Andrey   V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine; Sociology Department, MA The Ways of Waging an Informational War by the Example of Coverage by Russian TV Channels Events of “EuroMaidan”
8. Horbyk Roman    Södertörn University, Stockholm, Sweden; Media and Communication Department, Ph.D. student Ready for Use: Europe in the ‘Public Spheres’ of Poland, Russia and Ukraine 
9. Isaeva  Helen   V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine; Sociology Department, MA Publicity as Dependence (Case Study of the Social Platform Instagram)
10. Koskina  Mariia   National Research University “Higher School of Economics”, Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia; Department of applied linguistics and cross-cultural communication, MA Coverage of Syrian Conflict in Russian and American Media: ComparativeAnalysis
11. Kutovenko  Olena   National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla academy”, School of Journalism with  Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain, Ph.D. student To Be Journalist in Post-Soviet Countries: Ukrainian and Georgian Experience
12. Kutuzova  Taisiya   Taurida National V.I.Vernadsky University,  Ukraine; Department of Slavic Philology and Journalism, BA Information Warfare: Media are attacking or media is being attacked?
13. Lavrysh  Yuliana   Lviv Ivan Franko National University, Ukraine; Department of Journalism, Aspirant “The Communication Triangle “Church-Power-Euromaydan”: Polylogue in the Context of New Media Discourse”
14. Mahmić  Enesa    University of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina; Department of Philosophy, BA The Media’s Role in the Production of Negative Stereotypes About Women
15. Muhammad Imran Mehr   University of Applied Sciences Bonn-Rhine-Sieg, University of Bonn, Germany; Deutsche Welle Akademie, MA Social Media as Research Tool for Journalists and Ethics of Journalism
16. Nabytovych  Iryna Zlata   Ukrainian Catholic University in Lviv,  Ukraine; School of Journalism, Aspirant Narrative Shaping Power of Social Media: A New Turn of Ukrainian Public Sphere with #Euromaidan Hashtag Appearance
17. Shutiak Lilia

 

  Lviv Ivan Franko National University,  Ukraine; Journalism Department, Aspirant Artistic Reportage in Ukraine: Traditions and Experiments

18. Oulaillah Samira University of the Arts, London, United Kingdom; MA The Media Representation of Muslim Women in Ukraine 
19. Poludenko  Anna    Kyiv Mohyla Academy,  Ukraine; School of Journalism, Ph.D. student Media and the Socio-Political Transformations in Ukraine and Abroad
20. Pochynok  Yuliya    Lviv Ivan Franko National University, Ukraine; Department of Literary Theory and Comparative Literature,  Aspirant Performance as a Media Text 
21. Ratkovic Andrea    University of Novi Sad, Serbia; Faculty of Philosophy, Ph.D. student Media and Discriminatory Practices Concerning Human Sexuality
22. Rymbayeva  Aizhan   L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Astana,  Kazakhstan; BA Place Branding: the Features of the Management in Kazakhstan 
23. Sadar Pina   Durham University, United Kingdom; Department of Anthropology,Ph.D. student Veiled Bodies, Unveiled Otherness: (Mis-)representations of Veiled Women in British Media
24. Shelkovina  Alina V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine; Department of Philosophy, Aspirant Strategies Representations of Gender Identity in the Practice Actionism in the Post-Soviet Space  
25. Stashchuk Inna    Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine; The Institute of Journalism,Aspirant Social Advertising: From (Re)Transmission of Values to Value Interaction

 The call for the Media Criticism Workshop and the Media Experimentarium has already started – welcome to submit your projects! We remind you that the First Annual International Student Media Symposium “Transmedia: Transformation, Transition, Transgression” will be held in Lviv (Ukraine) by the School of Journalism of the Ukrainian Catholic University on March 21-22, 2014.

 

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