While the underlying purpose of the construction and consumption of food texts remain the same from analog to digital form, the authority of food culture and its complimentary narrative control has shifted as a result of the convergence of food texts and digital media affordances.
In New York City hundreds of thousands of people and billions of dollars in property lie in a high-risk flood zone, but FEMA flood maps minimize the risk.
Merrimack College’s Lisa Perks draws from discourse gathered from over 100 marathoners to describe some of marathoners’ most common emotional experiences, including anger, empathy, parasocial mourning, nostalgia, and regret.
Professors T.L. Taylor and Ian Condry are exploring the connections between online and offline worlds through the Creative Communities Initiative.
At its best, the peer economy can reintegrate people who are defined out of the traditional workplace. At its worst, it exploits human labor and degrades human dignity.
LSE’s Sonia Livingstone on how powerful forces of social reproduction result in missed opportunities for many youth in the risk society.
Sonia Livingstone will examine how powerful forces of social reproduction result in missed opportunities for many youth in the risk society.