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Research interests include the political economy of social media and crowd patronage platforms, the digital disintermediation of faith practices in church communities, and transcendence in filmmaking.
Churches in the United States closed their doors to in-person gatherings during the covid-19 lockdown in March of 2020. As conditions improved, churches began re-opening to indoor worship services, instituting safety measures to comply with cdc guidelines. Churches used social media to promote their re-opening to their congregations. With the goal...
This article explores Zuckerberg’s public statements, artifacts, and documents for the first indications of Facebook’s embrace of a commercial model—specifically, the earliest indications that Zuckerberg believed the value of Facebook was rooted in an advertising model, as well as any evidence that he considered other fee-based or non-profit models...
Considering the increasing level of commercial media saturation in today’s culture and competitive state of the entertainment media industries, the objective of this project is to elucidate political-economic and semiotic-symbolic perspectives as modes of analysis that should be applied to the emerging advertising methods and tactics Hollywood movi...