2013 September

disordered

Media and Disordered Eating in Cyprus

Mediterranean e-journal of Communication & Media, 2013 Vol.2 No.1   Mass Media, Feelings of Attractiveness, Investment in Body-Image and Disordered Eating in Cyprus Marios Argyrides Neapolis University Cyprus email: m.argyrides.1@nup.ac.cy Abstract The purpose of the current study was to assess for possible relationships between the internalization of the thin ideal by the media, disordered eating […]

news

An empirical approach to Greek viewpoint diversity

Mediterranean e-journal of Communication & Media, 2013 Vol.2 No.1 An empirical approach to Greek viewpoint diversity – The economic crisis and the outflow of the news content   Andreas N. Masouras Lecturer, Neapolis University, Pafos Email: a.masouras@nup.ac.cy     Abstract This research presents a methodology application for the study of viewpoint diversity in television news. […]

othello

An Intertextual Exchange between Shakespeare’s Othello and Two Theatrical Versions

Mediterranean e-journal of Communication & Media, 2013 Vol.2 No.1 ‘You are welcome, sir, to Cyprus. Goats and Monkeys!:’ An Intertextual Exchange between  Shakespeare’s Othello and Two Theatrical Versions by Cypriot Directors Eleni Pilla Visiting Lecturer, Open University of Cyprus e-mail:    eleni.pilla@ouc.ac.cy Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice written around 1603-1604 depicts the […]

traditional-media

Traditional media in transition

Mediterranean e-journal of Communication & Media, 2013 Vol.2 No.1 Traditional media in transition? The reliability of political news in the New Media Age Theodora A. Maniou  Lecturer, Department of Journalism – Frederick University of Cyprus e-mail:    t.maniou@frederick.ac.cy     Abstract The rise and domination of the New Media brought ahead a very crucial question: Is it […]