Janelle Meager | 1 Dec 02:43 2003
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youth and cellular phones

I back again looking for some more references for a paper I am writing
about the impact of cellular phones in our society, especially within
youth social groups.

I've searched the ERIC database, and would like other database
suggestions.

I'm looking for journal articles to reference; relating to youth, cell
phones, mobilization, social groups...

Thanks

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Sally Munt | 1 Dec 13:01 2003
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Information: MeCCSA Annual Conference Bookings

Dear All
Please note that we have had some problems with missing bookings received 
by our conference management service CASA, primarily with some of those 
sent in September, due to a changeover of staff.
If you have not yet had confirmation of your booking for the annual 
conference, please contact l.e.kennedy <at> sussex.ac.uk
direct (not me!).
We sincerely apologise for this administrative error, and do hope that you 
have not been inconvenienced,
with best wishes
Sally Munt
Conference Director

Sally R Munt
Head of Department
Media and Cultural Studies

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Lee Humphreys | 1 Dec 15:54 2003

RE: youth and cellular phones

Though not databases, check out these websites for articles to reference:

http://ist-socrates.berkeley.edu/~nalinik/mobile.html
http://www.asc.upenn.edu/usr/lhumphreys/Professional.htm

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I back again looking for some more references for a paper I am writing
about the impact of cellular phones in our society, especially within
youth social groups.

I've searched the ERIC database, and would like other database
suggestions.

I'm looking for journal articles to reference; relating to youth, cell
phones, mobilization, social groups...

Thanks

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david silver | 1 Dec 21:10 2003

new reviews in cyberculture studies (december 2003)

New reviews (found at http://www.com.washington.edu/rccs/) include:

Gitte Stald & Thomas Tufte, eds. Global Encounters: Media and Cultural
Transformation (University of Luton Press, 2002).  Reviewed by:
Charles Ess
Kevin Douglas Kuswa
Radhika Seth

Stewart M. Hoover & Lynn Schofield Clark, eds. Practicing Religion in the
Age of the Media: Explorations in Media, Religion, and Culture (Columbia
University Press, 2002). Reviewed by Christopher Helland

Phillip Thurtle & Robert Mitchell, eds. Semiotic Flesh: Information and
the Human Body (Walter Chapin Simpson Center for the Humanities, 2003).
Reviewed by:
Anne Beaulieu
Simone Seym
Sarah Stein
With a response from Phillip Thurtle and Robert Mitchell

If you or your colleagues are interested in reviewing books for RCCS,
contact us directly at <dsilver <at> u.washington.edu>.  As always, please
feel free to forward this message.

david silver

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for RCCS events and updates, email: listproc <at> u.washington.edu;  No
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Diane Alters | 1 Dec 22:36 2003
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Dissertation fellowships: Call for applications

The School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Colorado at
Boulder is now accepting applications for the 2004-5 academic year for a
dissertation fellowship program supported by the Lilly Endowment. Three
one-year fellowship grants of $12,000 each are to be awarded to doctoral
candidates engaged in research involving media, religion and culture. The
grants are designed to coincide with the development of research in the early
stages of candidacy. Deadline is April 5, 2004. Applications and further
information are available online at www.mediareligon.org. For more information,
contact Diane Alters, diane.alters <at> colorado.edu.

Diane Alters
Fellowship Coordinator
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
University of Colorado at Boulder
478 UCB
Boulder, CO 80309

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Larry Gross | 2 Dec 00:55 2003
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Doctoral Fellowship opportunity

The Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern 
California is offering a Wallis Annenberg Doctoral Fellowship. The 
selected Ph.D. candidate will serve as a research fellow under Manuel 
Castells, Wallis Annenberg Professor of Communication Technology and 
Society. Castells is, as well, Research Professor at the Open University 
of Catalonia in Barcelona, and Professor Emeritus of Sociology and of 
City and Regional Planning at the University of California, Berkeley.

Previously, Castells was at the School for Advanced Studies in Social 
Sciences at the University of Paris. In 1979 he was appointed Professor 
of City and Regional Planning and of Sociology at the University of 
California, Berkeley. In 1988-93, while remaining on the Berkeley 
faculty, he was Professor and Director of the Institute for Sociology of 
New Technologies, at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid. He has also 
been a visiting professor at the Universities of Montreal, Catolica de 
Chile, FLACSO-Chile, Campinas-Sao Paulo, Brasilia, Metropolitana de 
Mexico, UNAM- Mexico, Central de Venezuela, Copenhagen, Geneva, 
Amsterdam, Oxford, Moscow, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, 
Hitotsubashi-Tokyo, Wisconsin-Madison, Boston, and the Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology.

Castells is the author of 21 books and editor or co-author of 15 
additional books. His trilogy "The Information Age: Economy, Society, 
and Culture" [Blackwell, 1996-98; 2nd edition, 2000-2003] has been 
translated into 18 languages His most recent books are "The Internet 
Galaxy" (Oxford University Press, 2001), "The Information Society and 
the Welfare State: The Finnish Model" (Oxford University Press, 2002, 
with Pekka Himanen), and "The Network Society: A Global Perspective" 
(London: Edward Elgar, 2004, editor and co-author)
He has received a Guggenheim Fellowship; the C. Wright Mills Award from 
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Evan Cooper | 2 Dec 05:43 2003
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Readings on Godfather

    Does anyone know of any good, accessible (it's for students in a
200 level Culture and the Mass Media class) articles/chapters on the
movie The Godfather, particularly as it deals with the mafia as
metaphor for American business? Thanks very much in advance.

                                     Evan Cooper

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Afsheen J. Nomai | 2 Dec 08:49 2003
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Re: Readings on Godfather

Check out Carlos Clarens' chapter "All in the Family" in the book "Crime
Movies." I'm pretty sure that chapter talks specifically about The Godfather
and does what you're looking for. I hope it's helpful.

best,
afsheen

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>     Does anyone know of any good, accessible (it's for students in a
> 200 level Culture and the Mass Media class) articles/chapters on the
> movie The Godfather, particularly as it deals with the mafia as
> metaphor for American business? Thanks very much in advance.
>
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Erich Pelletier | 2 Dec 07:35 2003
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Re: Readings on Godfather

This may help.  Though not solely focused on The
Godfather, it's definitely accessible and deals to a
large extent with the mafia/gangster-American
capitalism metaphor:

Dargis, Manohla. "Dark Side of the Dream." *Sight and
Sound* Aug. 1996: 16-18.

Best, 
Erich Pelletier

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Victor Kulkosky | 2 Dec 15:55 2003
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bad link

The link for New Reviews in Cyber Culture doesn't work.  I 
get a message saying page not found.  I'm interested 
particularly in the religion and media book.  Help ...
Victor Kulkosky
Grady College M.A. Student
(706) 227-9800
vmark <at> uga.edu

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"These fruitless strifes, these ruinous wars, shall pass away, and the Most Great Peace shall come."  Baha'u'llah

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