Memory, conflict and new media [electronic resource] : Web wars in post-socialist states / edited by Ellen Rutten, Julie Fedor and Vera Zvereva
- Media, war and security
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- Old Conflict, New Media : Post-Socialist Digital Memories / Ellen Rutten and Vera Zvereva -- Part One. Concepts of Memory -- Europe's Other World : Romany Memory within the New Dynamics of the Globital Memory Field / Anna Reading --Mourning and Melancholia in Putin's Russia : An Essay in Mnemonics / Alexander Etkind -- Memory Events and Memory Wars : Victory Day in L'viv, 2011 through the Prism of Quantitative Analysis / Galina Nikiporets-Takigawa -- War of Memories in the Ukrainian Media : Diversity of Identities, Political Confrontation, and Production Technologies / Volodymyr Kulyk -- #Holodomor : Twitter and Public Discourse in Ukraine / Martin Paulsen -- Part Two. Words of Memory -- "A Stroll Through the Keywords of my Memory" : Digitally Mediated Commemoration of the Soviet Linguistic Heritage / Ingunn Lunde -- Memory and Self-Legitimization in the Russian Blogosphere : Argumentative Practices in Historical and Political Discussions in Russian-Language Blogs of the 2000s / Ilya Kukulin -- Building Wiki-History : Between Consensus and Edit Warring / Helene Dounaevsky -- News Framing under Conditions of Unsettled Conflict : An Analysis of Georgian Online and Print News around the 2008 Russo-Georgian War / Doreen Spoerer-Wagner -- Rust on the Monument : Challenging the Myth of Victory in Belarus / Aliaksei Lastouski -- Part Three. Images of Memory -- Between RuNet and UkrNet : Mapping the Crimean Web War / Maria Pasholok -- Repeating History? The Computer Game as Historiographic Device / Gernot Howanitz -- The Digital (Artistic) Memory of Nicolae Ceausescu / Caterina Preda -- Witnessing War, Globalizing Victory : Representations of World War II on the Website Russia Today / Jussi Lassila -- From "The Second Katyn" to "A Day Without Smolensk" : Facebook Responses to the Smolensk Tragedy and its Aftermath / Dieter de Bruyn -- Conclusion / Julie Fedor -- Timeline: New Media and Memory Politics.
- World Wide Web—Political aspects—Former Soviet republics
- Mass media—Political aspects—Former Soviet republics
- Collective memory—Former Soviet republics
- Political culture—Former Soviet republics
- Post-communism—Former Soviet republics
- Social conflict—Former Soviet republics
- Former Soviet republics—Politics and government
- Former Soviet republics—Social conditions
- 9780415639217 (hbk)
- "Simultaneously published in the USA and Canada"--Title page verso.
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- Includes bibliographical references andindex.
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