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Selections from The Fight for National Cinema
(Univ Texas Press, 2016)
Walking in The Unknown Paths’: An Experimental Curriculum
(IATED-Int Assoc Technology Education A& Development, 2016)
How can we build a sense of perception through observing the 'seen' and the 'unseen' dimensions of the city? How can we perceive the living spaces with time and space in mind and capture the hidden meanings in the unknown ...
The Act of Killing An Interview with Joshua Oppenheimer
Philosophical concerns in fine arts education
(Elsevier Science Bv, 2012)
Due to the rapid changes in society it is increasingly important to ask why we teach the way we do which teaching methods we should adopt and which we should reject or abandon. As a result it is crucial that philosophical ...
Contemporary art on the current refugee crisis: the problematic of aesthetics versus ethics
(Routledge Journals Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2019)
This article focuses on contemporary artworks outlining the current refugee flow from the Middle East to the West namely to European countries together with the US and Canada. Drawing primarily on Jacques Ranciere's ...
The impacts of tablet use for eliminating the time-space barriers in university education: A Turkish experience
(Springer Verlag, 2014)
Mobile learning applications are widely used in various levels of education process. In developing and developed countries educational institutions use tablets and personal computers for supporting learning processes. ...
Corporations as Diplomatic Actors: Conceptualizing International Communication Tools
(IGI Global, 2016)
This chapter presents a theoretical look on the available international communication tools that can be used by multinational corporations (MNCs) to engage in diplomatic relations. Specifically the chapter will provide ...
Globetrotters And Brands: Cities In An Emerging Communicative Space
(Springer International Publishing, 2016)
This chapter presents and discusses a new communicative space in which contemporary cities exists. The outset of such a space is the result of two interrelated developments. First international tourism has become a viable ...
Branding cities in the age of social media: A comparative assessment of local government performance
(Springer International Publishing, 2015)
This chapter is a comparative study of how three local governments- Cape Town (South Africa) Philadelphia (Pennsylvania USA) and Myrtle Beach (South Carolina USA)-use social media platforms in their city branding attempts. ...