By Geoffroy Patriarche, Helena Bilandzic, Jakob Linaa Jensen, Jelena Jurišić
The alterations of people’s family to media content material, applied sciences and associations increase new methodological demanding situations and possibilities for viewers study. This edited quantity goals at contributing to the advance of the repertoire of tools and methodologies for viewers learn via reviewing and exemplifying methods which were prompted by means of the altering stipulations and practices of audiences. The contributions handle a number of concerns and methods relating to the diversification, integration and triangulation of tools for viewers examine, to the distance among the researched and the researchers, to the learn of on-line social networks, and to the possibilities caused by way of net 2.0 applied sciences as study tools.
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