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Breaking Taboos through Online Displays of the Sexual Self

Ekant Veer and Maja Golf-Papez investigate the way in which technology is being used to mediate sexual experiences between individuals and larger online communities.

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The Consumption, Politics and Transformation of Community

JMM Special Issue: The Consumption, Politics and Transformation of Community. Guest Editors: Mona Moufahim, Victoria Wells & Robin Canniford.

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The Future of Technology in Marketing: Utopia or Dystopia?

JMM Special Issue Call for Papers: The Future of Technology in Marketing: Utopia or Dystopia? (Deadline for submissions 30 April 2019). Guest Editors: Kristof Coussement, Paul Harrigan, Caroline Lancelot Miltgen and Chatura Ranaweera.

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Screening Marketing: Videography and the Expanding Horizons of Filmic Research

JMM Special Issue: Screening Marketing: Videography and the Expanding Horizons of Filmic Research. Guest Editors: Joonas Rokka, Joel Hietanen & Douglas Brownlie.

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What can binge-watching tell us about escapism?

Scott Jones, James Cronin and Maria Piacentini use videography to conduct a micro-ethnographic engagement with consumers’ binge-watching experiences of the web-TV series House of Cards, exploring what they consider to be the “extended frontiers” of escapism.

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Five reasons why Game of Thrones satisfies our needs

Tom van Laer discusses his research with Luca Visconti & Stephanie Feiereisen into the need for narrative, finding five motivations for consuming stories varying from Game of Thrones specifically to other books, documentaries and films, to paintings and frescos, to music and novels.

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