Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR)
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Delia Dumitrica

Associate Professor in Political Communication (Communication studies; Media studies; Communication technology and digital media studies)

Rotterdam, NL

Publications

  • When protest humor is not all fun: The ambiguity of humor in the 2017 Romanian anti-corruption grassroots mobilization
  • Voice and Listening in Social Media Facilitated Activist Collectives
  • Developing the "Control Imaginary": TIME Magazine's Symbolic Construction of Digital Technologies
  • Digital Activism and the Civic Subject Position A study of the Ons Geld (Our Money) citizen initiative in the Netherlands
  • From school strikes to webinars: Mapping the forced digitalization of Fridays for Future’s activism during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Seven changes to brace for after the Corona virus crisis.
  • The renewed visibility of populism: are social media the culprit?
  • Grassroots activists must consider the personal costs of digital campaigns
  • The Truth about Algorithms
  • The Yellow Vests and “the people”
  • Partners in Scholarship
  • Facebook’s Global Imaginary: The Symbolic Production of the World through Social Media
  • Digital Activism and the Civic Subject Position: A Study of the Ons Geld (Our Money) Citizen Initiative in the Netherlands
  • Panelist: The Commodification of Banal Nationalism. Daily Visual Representations of Nations in a World of Mobilities
  • Social media veroorzaken meer strijd dan eenheid in protestbewegingen
  • Panelist: The Commodification of Banal Nationalism: Daily Visual Representations of Nations in a World of Mobilities
  • Integrating Social Media in NGO Strategic Communication
  • Lessen voor klimaatactivisme in een tijd van crisis
  • Panelist: ‘The blessing and the curse’: Grassroots mobilization via social media during the refugee crisis in Berlin
  • Panelist: Digital Activism and the Civic Subject Position
  • Panelist: Is Facebook turning us into cultural hybrids? Discourses on the role of Facebook in the construction of cultural identity
  • Teaching Qualitative Research Methods in Media and Communication
  • Climate activism in a time of crisis: Lessons from Fridays for Future’s environmental framing during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Superheroes, emojis or brands
  • Can we really have nice things? Preparing for the Metavers
  • Social media veroorzaken meer strijd dan eenheid in protestbewegingen
  • The mediatization of leadership: grassroots digitalfacilitators as organic intellectuals, sociometricstars and caretakers
  • Mediated grassroots collective action: negotiating barriers of digital activism
  • Facebook and cultural identity: Discourses on mediation among international students
  • #fighteverycrisis: Pandemic Shifts in Fridays for Future’s Protest Communication Frames
  • Selling brands while staying “Authentic”: The professionalization of Instagram influencers
  • Transnational dimensions in digital activism and protest
  • Authentic Italianicity, travel memorability, standardized experience: Symbolic constructions of the Italian restaurant in a Dutch cosmopolitan city
  • Ons Geld Citizen Initiative, The Netherlands
  • Country Overview, Netherlands
  • The personalization of engagement: the symbolic construction of social media and grassroots mobilization in Canadian newspapers
  • Facebook and cultural identity: discourses on mediation among international students
  • Developing the ‘Control Imaginary’: TIME Magazine’s Symbolic Construction of Digital Technologies
  • Learning Approaches as Bricolage: Student Reflections on Fluidity and Tensions in Learning Practices
  • Technologies of last resort: The discursive construction of digital activism in Wired and Time magazine, 2010–2021
  • QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS TEACHING AND LEARNING: A FEW PEDAGOGICAL PRINCIPLES FOR DESIGNING DIGITAL LEARNING OBJECTS
  • Imagining engagement: Youth, social media, and electoral processes
  • Fixing higher education through technology: Canadian media coverage of massive open online courses
  • USEFULNESS OF DIGITAL EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES FOR TEACHING QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES: THE STUDENT PERSPECTIVE
  • Social Media Obstacles in Grassroots Civic Mobilizations
  • The ideological work of the daily visual representations of nations
  • Slideshow activism on Instagram: constructing the political activist subject
  • Grassroots Mobilizations, Social Media and Civic Culture in Canada
  • “Chuck Norris, Please Help!” Transnational Cultural Flows in the 2017 Anti-Corruption Protests in Romania
  • Leading an online social movement requires offline work
  • Choosing Methods, Negotiating Legitimacy: A Metalogue on Autoethnography
  • Knee High-Boots and Six Pack Abs: Autoethnographic Reflections on Gender and Technology in Second Life
  • A Decade of Ethnic Stereotypes in the Romanian Press: Did Anything Change?
  • Ender’s Power
  • You Are Your iPod!
  • Contemporary Romanian Nationalism Discourse: Romania Mare Magazine – A Case Study
  • An exploration of cheating in a virtual gaming world
  • Netnography. Doing Ethnographic Research Online
  • The Democratic Imagination: Envisioning Popular Power in the Twenty-First Century
  • Imagining the Canadian Internet: A Case of Discursive Nationalization of Technology
  • To MOOC or not to MOOC: An exploration of their purpose, fate and future tensions from the perspective of Canadian educators
  • Classifying the Internet: Everyday Negotiations of Technology and Social Order
  • Digital Technologies and Social Transformations: What Role for Critical Theory?
  • Digital Technologies and Social Transformations: What Role for Critical Theory?
  • The 'real deal': Strategic authenticity, politics and social media
  • Uniate /vs./ orthodox: What lays behind the conflict? A conflict analysis
  • Disciplining fantasy bodies in second life
  • Politics as "customer relations": Social media and political authenticity in the 2010 municipal elections in Calgary, Canada
  • Living in a world with(out) racism: everyday reflexivity among older White Dutch
  • ADVANTAGES AND LIMITATIONS OF CROSS-CULTURAL AND CROSS-INSTITUTIONAL ADOPTION OF DIGITAL LEARNING OBJECTS: THE STUDENT PERSPECTIVE
  • DO DIGITAL RESOURCES ALLEVIATE LEARNING ANXIETIES?

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