Dec 31, 2020Open AccessArticle
Intelligence represents the future direction of media development. The combination of intelligent technology and publishing media brings penetration and deep application, which makes the content production from the original manual process into a highly automated machine workflow. This eliminates the production relations and inherent boundaries of the traditional publishing field, changes the thinking mode and working mode of the relevant subjects in the original publishing ecological chain, and ...
Dec 31, 2020Open AccessArticle
The exponential growth of social media over the last decade has had a dramatic impact on people’s perceptions of body image. We conducted a study looking at how users feel body image has been affected by Instagram—and if medics (doctors and medical students) could aid in combatting these negative perceptions. We did this by sharing a five-part online survey over the course of 17 days. We received 113 responses in total, 80.5% of which were from the United Kingdom, the majority (73%) from people ...
Sep 23, 2020Open AccessArticle
With the rapid development of science and technology in China, there are more and more science and technology news, and the translation of the news becomes more and more important. Under the guidance of the basic theory of Skopos theory and combined with the empirical analysis of science and technology news translation, this paper demonstrates the three principles which are the core of Skopos theory. They play an important role in guiding the translation of science and technology news.
May 22, 2020Open AccessArticle
Since the colonial period, group identity has affected politics in Kenya and South Africa. Ethnicity and race are used to explain many issues in both countries including party politics. This article examines the linkages between ethnic and race relations in the activities of political parties in both countries. The article finds that ethnicity and race are endemic to the nature and operations of political parties in Kenya and South Africa. As a result, most political parties formulate policies a...
Jan 14, 2020Open AccessArticle
Education is an activity to cultivate people. No matter in what time and in what form, the education should put morality and ability first, and develop the people in the first place. So it is particularly important in the transformation and development process of TVU to build campus cultural brand with the opportunity of humanistic spirit cultivation. Xinchang College of Zhejiang Radio and Television University has made a series o
Dec 30, 2019Open AccessArticle
The paper aimed to test the media effect limited theory versus the media non-limited effect theory and to understand the implication and impact of political will through media into a conflict management. Israel and Palestine conflict was used as a case study and a sample of 153 respondents (including 67 from Israel and 86 Palestinians) was collected and the survey questionnaire was administered through online, however, the study p
Jul 30, 2019Open AccessArticle
The media shapes conflicts, especially in how the conflicts are perceived and understood. In Kenya and South Africa, beset by ongoing structural conflict, the media has played crucial roles in the shaping of narratives about the actors and the drivers of conflict. This article explores the nexus between the nature and operations of media outlets and the escalation or de-escalation of political violence. This article contends that,
Jun 14, 2018Open AccessArticle
The “Internet ” era is the current general trend of social and economic
development. Internet academic publishing has promoted the diversity of
academic publishing media, and has also had an important impact on the
traditional academic publishing industry. The traditional media-media academic
journals have experienced a decline in their dissemination, and their
market-oriented operations have been difficult to adapt to the curren
Jul 18, 2017Open AccessArticle
article explores the narrative strategy of Anthropomorphism of penguins: Spy in the huddle, the BBC wildlife documentary miniseries launched in
2013 which avail itself of anthropomo
Jun 30, 2016Open AccessArticle
This paper explores the political economy of
book publishing in Nigeria. It looks at practices in the book publishing
industry and at the various forces that influence the decisions made by the
established Nigerian Book Publishers to accept or reject a manuscript for
publication. It argues that the drivers for most of these decisions are largely
socio-economic and political and that unless checked, these drivers could distort