ISSN: 2186-5906 – The Asian Conference on Media, Communication & Film 2020: Official Conference Proceedings

Published on: January 10th, 2021

MediAsia2020, Online from Kyoto, Japan
November 12–14, 2020
ISSN: 2186-5906

Conference Proceedings

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Proceedings Contents

The Dimensions of Co-Authorship in a Playthrough Experience of Guild Wars 2
Jasper Camille Go
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Gathering the Story: Documentary Film Research and Data Collection
Patsy Y. Iwasaki
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A Comparative Study of Chinese and Japanese Female Characters Portrayed in in Hirokazu Koreeda’s and Ang Lee's Family Films
Zheng Chen
Zhong Wang
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Representation of Women in Premkumar’s Films
Jayashree Premkumar Shet
Gulab Premkumar Shet
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Model Minority: Embarrassing Difference or Proud Identity?
Yue Pan
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The Changing Perception of the Chinese on American Policies in the Post COVID-19 Pandemic Era
Xuanyi Li
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How Cultures Matter on the Boundary between “Normality” and “Abnormality”: A Case Study for “Sharenting” in Taiwan
Huaiyu Chen
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Viewers’ Attribution of Criminal Acts in La Casa De Papel Series Presented on Netflix Digital Entertainment Platform
Afnan Qutub
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Bollywood Representations of Kashmir and Kashmiris: between Orientalist Melodrama and Post-Colonial Representation
Fokiya Akhtar
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Fake News, Crowdsourcing and Media Outlets in Greece: Is News Credibility a Matter of Professionalism?
Evangelos Lamprou
Nikos Antonopoulos
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Similarities and Differences in the Right-wing Populists’ Video Campaigns
Ján Demčišák
Simona Fraštíková
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Digital Deliberative Democracy in Indonesia: An Analysis from System Theory Perspective
Hermin Indah Wahyuni
Kuskridho Ambardi
Andi Awaluddin Fitrah
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Turning the Exorcist’s Heteropatriarchal Order ‘Upside Down’ in Stranger Things
Jason Bartashius
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