Minos-Athanasios Karyotakis

Minos-Athanasios Karyotakis
Hong Kong Baptist University · School of Communication

https://minoskar.net
Environmental Communication, Hate Propaganda, Media Ethics, and Power Relations

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One of the many changes that have occurred in the field of journalism over the last years is the involvement of citizens in news production, a development which has challenged some of the traditional values of journalism and led to the emergence of new concepts, such as crowdsourcing. Crowdsourcing is a process of obtaining information and services...
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This article summarizes the events at Narrating New Normal: Graduate Student Symposium, held virtually on May 17–18, 2021. The symposium was organized by a number of graduate students from the School of Communication and Film (previously named the School of Communication) and was supported by Global Storytelling: Journal of Digital and Moving Image...
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This chapter explores the dominant narratives of the two conflicting sides—Greeks and Macedonians—on YouTube to reveal how these narratives promote a certain knowledge that shapes the Macedonian identity. Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) was used to identify the users’ ideological constructions, hatred as an argument, Christianity as part of Maced...
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The Mati (Greece) wildfire of 23 July 2018 received extensive news coverage. It dominated the Greek public discourse for several years to the extent that it was ascribed to being used as a tool for electoral power. In spite of its significance, no research has focused on investigating the news coverage of this event. This research paper examines th...
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While many studies in the field of environmental communication have focused on exploring the environmental impact of social media, this research paper takes a different turn. It investigates, through a qualitative content analysis, 391 websites that support and provide green hosting services. This study is considered the first in the field that aim...
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Data journalism is a way of enhancing reporting and news writing with the use and examination of statistics in order to provide a deeper insight into a news story and to highlight relevant data. One trend in the digital era of journalism has been to disseminate information to the public via interactive online content through data visualization tool...
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Environmental communication is the dissemination of information and the implementation of communication practices that are related to the environment. In the beginning, environmental communication was a narrow area of communication; however, nowadays, it is a broad field that includes research and practices regarding how different actors (e.g., ins...
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In the current media world, there is a huge debate about the importance of the visibility of a news website in order to secure its existence. Thus, search engine optimization (SEO) practices have emerged in the news media systems around the world. This study aimed to expand the current literature about the SEO practices by focusing on examining, vi...
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Spain has become the second most popular destination in the world, and the city of Barcelona has experienced several incidents characterized by anti-tourism sentiment. One of them was the 'tourist go home' movement, which attracted interest throughout the world. In this study, quantitative and empirical approaches were used to collect and analyzed...
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This study is concerned with Article 3 of the Greek Constitution and the relations between the State and the Church in Greece. The scientific views expressed regarding the Third Article of the Constitution were examined with emphasis on the public debate that developed around the interpretation of the terms ‘prevailing religion’ and ‘holy canons’....
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Tourist Go Home «τουρίστα πήγαινε σπίτι» έγιναν παγκοσμίως γνωστά λόγω των συμβάντων που διαδραματίστηκαν στην Ιταλία (Βενετία) και την Ισπανία (Βαρκελώνη και Μαγιόρκα) το καλοκαίρι του 2017. Το κεφάλαιο αυτό χρησιμοποίησε ποσοτική και ποιοτική ανάλυση περιεχομένου για την ερμηνεία των ειδήσεων που σχετίζονται με το κίνημα «τουρίστα πήγαινε σπίτι»...
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In contemporary world, it is estimated that there are 1,838,596,056 sites across 214,036,874 unique domain names and 7,290,968 web-facing computers. The huge power consumption of these online services has serious consequences regarding the environment. The web-sites, along with the web tools, need electrical power to operate. Thus, environmental pr...
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It is used for entertainment, political discussion, and recently for marketing purposes in the field of tourism. Via its services, users have the capability of uploading their content (UGC) online to various platforms. Thus, YouTube has become one of the leading tools for promoting users’ specific perspectives. It is even used for propaganda. This...
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The Social media are considered to be important for the development of the tourist industry as they provide travellers with brand-new practices for choosing their destination. In addition, the travel websites contribute to this notion by offering the possibility of evaluating and discussing the advantages and disadvantages of various destinations....
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Existing research has mainly focused on the role of the media in the uprisings against the regimes of the countries that were affected by the Arab Spring. However, we do not have a lot of information about the way of coverage that was conducted by well-known media organizations, especially for the online English news of Chinese news companies, whic...
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Digital Media organizations had a crucial role on the coverage of the Egyptian 'Arab Spring', but until today the outcomes of the news gathering are debatable in the academic society. This study examines the frames of the English-language websites of Al Jazeera, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), and China Daily from 9 to 13 February 2011 beca...

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