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Transformed Communication Codes in the Mediated World: A Contemporary Perspective

Transformed Communication Codes in the Mediated World: A Contemporary Perspective
Author(s)/Editor(s): Hasan Gürkan (Girona University, Spain)and Aybike Serttaş (Istinye University, Turkey)
Copyright: ©2024
DOI: 10.4018/979-8-3693-0896-7
ISBN13: 9798369308967
EISBN13: 9798369308974


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Transformed Communication Codes in the Mediated World: A Contemporary Perspective offers a comprehensive exploration of the profound shifts in communication practices catalyzed by the global COVID-19 pandemic. This book serves as an essential compendium of research, shedding light on the multifaceted implications of these changes across various domains.

In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, communication paradigms underwent an unprecedented transformation, birthing an urgent need for rigorous research and analysis. The book offers a multidimensional lens to explore this transformative period. It delves into the immediate effects of COVID-19 on communication practices, unraveling how platforms like WhatsApp influenced employee efficiency and how medical professionals navigated delicate conversations with patients in the pandemic's aftermath. It also shifts the spotlight onto the evolving media landscape, dissecting changes in film production, advertising campaigns, and the very nature of media itself. As a vital resource for educators, scholars, and students, it offers a repository of case studies, theoretical insights, and practical implications. From examining communication practices within the pandemic era to exploring novel media dynamics, this book casts a wide net, capturing the essence of an era marked by unprecedented global change.

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Author's/Editor's Biography

Hasan Gürkan (Ed.)

Hasan Gürkan is a Maria Zambrano Fellow in the Department of Philology and Communication at the University of Girona in Spain and Assoc. Prof. Dr. in the department of Radio, Television and Cinema at Istinye University.He holds a Ph.D. from the Istanbul University Department of Radio, Television, and Cinema. He did his post-doc research in the Department of Journalism and Communication Sciences Institute at Vienna University on migration and Austrian-Turkish immigrant directors’ films. He has written Counter Cinema and Journalism Practices books. His research articles have been published in the journals such as Feminist Media Studies, Studies in European Cinema, Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies, KOME: An International Journal of Pure Communication Inquiry, Medijske studije, Acta Universitatis Sapientiae: Film and Media Studies, CINEJ Cinema Journal, Information & Media, Communication Today, Profesional de la Informacion. His focus is on counter cinema, Hollywood Cinema, alternative media, cinema and representations, cinema-migration-transnational films, and gender studies.

Aybike Serttaş (Ed.)

Aybike Serttaş is a distinguished academic and communication expert who has had a profound impact on the field of communication sciences. She earned her Doctorate in Communication Sciences, specializing in Radio, Television, and Cinema, from Marmara University in 2010, followed by a Bachelor's degree in International Relations at Karadeniz Technical University. With a diverse teaching background at Istinye University, Arel University, Gelisim University, and Beykent University, Dr. Serttaş has contributed significantly to education. Her roles have included Vice Dean of Communication Faculty and Head of the Radio, Cinema, and Television Department at Istinye University. Alongside her teaching, she has authored several books, including "Image Editing on Television" and "Advertisement: Basic Concepts," and published numerous articles in national and international peer-reviewed journals. Her research interests span various topics, such as the transformation of love in the digital age and the representation of persons with disabilities in cartoon series. Dr. Serttaş's dedication extends beyond academia; she has provided training on communication, negotiation, and internet addiction to organizations and institutions, demonstrating her commitment to societal well-being. Her contributions to the field and her passion for education and social causes establish her as a respected figure in Communication Sciences.


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