14 episodes

By the Smart Family Institute for Communication, HUJI

The ear edition of the department of communication and journalism at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
In each episode, we host researchers and doctoral students from the department for an intimate conversation about their academic research from political behavior to language and communication, visual culture, technology and more.

Brought to you by: the Smart Family Institute of Communications, in the Department of Communication and Journalism, in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

The SIP The SIP

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By the Smart Family Institute for Communication, HUJI

The ear edition of the department of communication and journalism at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
In each episode, we host researchers and doctoral students from the department for an intimate conversation about their academic research from political behavior to language and communication, visual culture, technology and more.

Brought to you by: the Smart Family Institute of Communications, in the Department of Communication and Journalism, in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

    Small SIPs Episode #3: Blake Hallinan

    Small SIPs Episode #3: Blake Hallinan

    Blake Hallinan researches how technologies such as ratings, reviews, engagement metrics, and recommendation systems shape cultural notions of value and worth. Blake is currently a postdoctoral research fellow with the DigitalValues project but will take on a new role in the department as a senior lecturer this fall.

    • 11 min
    Small SIPs Episode #2: Noa Shakargy

    Small SIPs Episode #2: Noa Shakargy

    Noa Shakargy is writing her doctoral dissertation on the meditation of literature in the digital age. Noa is also a poet and an editor, she recently published her book titled Internetica - the theory of poetry in the age of Internet, which  was published by the Bialik Institute.

    נועה שקרג'י משוררת, עורכת וחוקרת. כותבת דוקטורט במחלקה לתקשורת ועיתונאות באוניברסיטה העברית על המדיטיזציה של הספרות בעידן הדיגיטלי. לאחרונה ראה אור ספרה אינטרנטיקה - תורת השירה בעידן האינטרנט בהוצאת מוסד ביאליק.

    • 7 min
    Small SIPs Episode #1: Eedan Amit-Danhi

    Small SIPs Episode #1: Eedan Amit-Danhi

    Dr. Eedan Amit-Danhi studies the political usage of visualizations, graphs and information on social media by various actors.

    ד"ר עידן עמית-דנחי חוקרת את השימושים הפוליטיים של ויזואליזציות, גרפים ומידע של שחקנים שונים במדיה החברתית

    • 9 min
    Episode #11: How to successfully FAIL on the internet? - Dr. Lillian Boxman-Shabtai & Dr. Asaf Nissenbaum

    Episode #11: How to successfully FAIL on the internet? - Dr. Lillian Boxman-Shabtai & Dr. Asaf Nissenbaum

    Show notes:

    This podcast was recorded via ZOOM app.

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    The articles mentioned in the episode:

    Boxman-Shabtai, L. (2020). Meaning multiplicity across communication subfields: Bridging the gaps. Journal of Communication, 70(3), 401-423.

    Boxman-Shabtai, L. (2018). Reframing the popular: A new approach to parody. Poetics, 67, 1-12.

    Boxman-Shabtai, L. (2019). The practice of parodying: YouTube as a hybrid field of cultural production. Media, Culture & Society, 41(1), 3-20.

    Boxman-Shabtai, L., & Shifman, L. (2014). Evasive targets: Deciphering polysemy in mediated humor. Journal of Communication, 64(5), 977-998.

    Nissenbaum, A., & Shifman, L. (2017). Internet memes as contested cultural capital: The case of 4chan’s/b/board. New Media & Society, 19(4), 483-501.

    Nissenbaum, A., & Shifman, L. (2018). Meme templates as expressive repertoires in a globalizing world: A cross-linguistic study. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 23(5), 294-310.

    Nissenbaum, A., & Shifman, L. (2020). Laughing alone, together: local user-generated satirical responses to a global event. Information, Communication & Society, 1-18.


    Credits:
    The producer and editor of this episode is Tzlil Sharon. Special thanks to Ori Dror, the coordinator of the Smart Institute of communication, and to Eedan Amit-Danhi for recording the opening and closing.

    Opening and closing music: "Wholesome" By Kevin MacLeod.

    The transitional tune was composed and recorded by Amit Pinchevski.

    "The Ugly Baby" sketch that followed Lilly's discussion about the ugly baby dilemma was featured in BYUtv's sketch comedy show, Studio C: https://www.byutv.org/studioc#

    • 54 min
    ‎*** Special Edition Episode *** The Book of Esther as a Communication Story – Prof. Elihu ‎Katz & Prof. Menahem Blondheim

    ‎*** Special Edition Episode *** The Book of Esther as a Communication Story – Prof. Elihu ‎Katz & Prof. Menahem Blondheim

    Credits:
    The producer and editor of this episode is Tzlil Sharon. Special thanks to Ori Dror, the coordinator of the Smart Institute of communication, and to Eedan Amit-Danhi for recording the opening and closing.

    Opening and closing music: "Wholesome" By Kevin MacLeod.

    The transitional tune was composed and recorded by Amit Pinchevski.

    • 32 min
    Episode #9: On Media Rituals, Trust and Election Projections - Prof. Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt & Tali Aharoni

    Episode #9: On Media Rituals, Trust and Election Projections - Prof. Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt & Tali Aharoni

    NEW EPISODE ALERT! This time we bring you a detective story told by Prof. Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt and Tali Aharoni.

    Listen to these smart ladies shed light on the dynamic of trust and the role of ritual in election projections, while demonstrating outstanding storytelling skills.



    Show notes:

    This podcast was recorded via ZOOM app.
    Aharoni, T., Tenenboim-Weinblatt, K., Baden, C., & Overbeck, M. (2020). Dynamics of (dis) trust between the news media and their audience: The case of the April 2019 Israeli exit polls. Journalism, 1464884920978105: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1464884920978105
    The PROFECI Team's website: http://profeci.net/

    Credits:
    The producer and editor of this episode is Tzlil Sharon. Special thanks to Ori Dror, the coordinator of the Smart Institute of communication, and to Eedan Amit-Danhi for recording the opening and closing.

    Opening and closing music: "Wholesome" By Kevin MacLeod.

    The transitional tune was composed and recorded by Amit Pinchevski.

    The detective tune that we play whenever Tali or Keren speak about suspects is called "Pinki Panthers" by Stella Under Umbrella.

    • 39 min

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