H-ermes. Journal of Communication

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Human communication has always been considered an almost obvious activity, as a natural phenomenon, to pass over without any particular attention.
A systematic study on communication has started only in the last century, in coincidence with the advent of media and technologies able to speak to the multitudes. Even more recently, communication became a field of academic study. In Italy it occurred later than elsewhere. We believe that communication is a field to explore with all the tools and from all the points of view. We want to provide our scientific communities with careful and critical considerations, because now more than ever the idea that "it is impossible not to communicate" has established itself. Limitless are the ways to influence the facts of the world through communication, and these biases are quickly growing everywhere.
We seek an increasingly more international scientific debate: this is not because this indication comes from a bureaucratic power, but for the great facts of the world are deeply influenced by a global bind.
We want to give a contribution presenting our issues as a lexicon of objects to investigate, starting from the roots of our name, which recalls the Olympic gods' messenger. Our H-ermes got one dash after the H: this means an emphasis on a letter whose function is to connect Communication to Humanities, a strategic meeting point among those disciplines commenting the social individual. It is a dash that carries also the "hermai", the god of communication's first icons, the piles of little stones left on the edge of new paths. Today available to all new media-wanderers.

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H-ermes n. 16 (2020) – “Emotions” Call for papers (deadline abstracts March 1st 2020)

 

Il prossimo numero di "H-ermes. Journal of Communication" chiede agli autori di riflettere su un tema contemporaneo che tocca da vicino l’ambito dei Media Studies: le emozioni.

The next issue of "H-ermes. Journal of Communication" asks the authors to reflect on a privileged topic of Media Studies' contemporary debate: the "Emotions".

 
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N. 15 (2019) - Schermi

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Frontespizio Details     PDF
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Indice Details     PDF
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Schermi Details     PDF
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Una ricerca visuale sulle memorie di una città industriale. Il caso Brindisi = A visual research on the memories of an industrial city. The case of Brindisi Details     PDF
Corrado Punzi 7-38

Prodromi illuministici a Essos? Il tema della schiavitù in Game of Thrones = Enlightenment forerunners in Essos? The issue of slavery in Game of Thrones Details     PDF
Simona Pisanelli 39-68

Lo schermo performativo e il suo sguardo sugli autoritratti audiovisivi = The performative screen and its look on audiovisual self-portraits Details     PDF
Anna Chiara Sabatino 69-88

"It's a trap". Transmedia Screen-Storytelling: dall'esperienza immersiva all'interattività partecipativa = "It's a trap". Transmedia Screen Storytelling: from the immersive experience to participatory interactivity Details     PDF
Fabio Ciammella, Giovanni Ciofalo, Silvia Leonzi 89-108

Vivere e sopravvivere nella community videoludica di Twitch Italia = Living and Surviving in gaming community of Twitch Italia Details     PDF
Roberto Carradore, Laura Carrera 109-140

Videosguardi videoludici: la sua storia e le cinque notti = Eyes on video game screens: her story and five nights Details     PDF
Matteo Genovesi 141-154

Sezione Screen Culture Details     PDF
155-156

Sezione "Screen Culture" = "Screen Culture" Section Details     PDF
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Specchi deformanti e illusioni ottiche. Immagini pubblicitarie di genere nella lettura dei professionisti del settore = Deforming Mirrors and Optical Illusions. Gendered Advertisements in the Practitioners' Reading Details     PDF
Paola Panarese 159-184

La politica si fa immagine: la narrazione visual del leader politico = Politics becomes an image: the visual narrative of the political leader Details     PDF
Chiara Moroni 185-228

Combating extremism in a public sphere at risk: platforms' affordances, dilemmas and opportunities of social media campaigns Details     PDF
Sara Monaci 229-248

Immaginario collettivo e iconografia della rivolta nella storia contemporanea = Collective imagination of riot: iconography of uprisings in contemporary History Details     PDF
Andrea Massera 249-270

Una campagna "producente". Narrazioni e cultura visuale, pubblici connessi e attivismo ironico, nelle reazioni al "Fertility Day" = A producerly campaign. Narratives and visual culture, connected publics and ironic activism, in reactions to the "Fertility Day" Details     PDF
Marco Binotto 271-312

Fra schermi e schermaglie: le sfide del visual nello storytelling istituzionale = "Between screens and skirmishes": the challenges of visual in institutional storytelling Details     PDF
Gea Ducci, Alessandro Lovari, Lucia D’Ambrosi 313-352

La social tv nella produzione televisiva. Il caso di Un Posto al Sole = Social TV in television production. The case history of "Un Posto al Sole" Details     PDF
Francesco Marrazzo 353-372

Percorsi di Ricerca Details     PDF
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Travel Directions Details     PDF
Elisa Bianchi 375-376

Colophon Details     PDF
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