BİLGİ İletişim Bilimleri Doktora Programı öğrencilerimizden Hande Çayır bitirme tezini 17 Mayıs Salı günü saat 16.00’da E4-116 no’lu odada sunacaktır. Prof.Dr. Feride Çiçekoğlu’nun danışmanlığını yürüttüğü “Documentary as Autoethnography: A Case Study Based on the Changing Surnames of Women” başlıklı tezin savunması ilgilenen herkesin katılımına açıktır.
Öğrencilerimiz 75 euro altındaki kitap siparişlerini BİLGİ Kütüphane’ye Collection Development linkinden iletebilmektedir. Sipariş edilen kitaplar kütüphaneye ulaştığında, talep sahibine mail yoluyla bilgilendirme yapılmaktadır.
Sercan Şengün, Ph.D. Candidate in BİLGİ Communication, is the co-author of “Gaining Rewards vs Avoiding Loss: When Does Gamification Stops Being Fun?” chapter, published within the Handbook of Research on Trends in Gamification, edited by Donna Davis & Harsha Gangadharbatla. More information about the book can be obtained here.
Şengün also authored three other publications this year so far:
Sengün, S. (2015). Why do i fall for the elf, when i am no orc myself? The implications of virtual avatars in digital communication. Comunicação e Sociedade, 27, 181-193, retrieved from http://revistacomsoc.pt/index.php/comsoc/article/viewFile/2096/2016
Şengün, S. (2015). “Sanal Hikaye Anlatıcılığı Çağında Yaşayan Bilimkurgu ve Fantastik Dünyalar Olarak Video Oyunları” in Edebiyatın İzinde: Fantastik ve Bilimkurgu, edited by Seval Şahin, Banu Öztürk & Didem Ardalı Büyükarman, p.211-220, Bağlam Yayınevi, İstanbul, ISBN : 9786059911092.
Şengün, S. (2014). A Semiotic Reading of Digital Avatars and Their Role of Uncertainty Reduction in Digital Communication. Journal of Media Critiques [JMC], 1(DCI), retrieved from http://mediacritiques.net/index.php/jmc/article/view/14
Sedef Erdoğan Giovanelli (Ph.D. Candidate at BİLGİ Communication PhD) presented her research titled “Digital Food Achieves: Black Sea Cuisine as an Intangible Cultural Heritage in Turkey”, at NECS European Network for Cinema and Media Studies – ‘Archives for /of the Future’ Conference, organized in Lodz, Poland.
The conference is hosted by the University of Łódź (Poland) and organized by the University of Łódź and the University of Social Sciences and Humanities SWPS in Warsaw.
Burcu Gümüş (student at BİLGİ Communication Ph.D. and coordinator at markaokulu) authored the case study titled “Sustatining competitive advantage – Turk Telekom” with Selcen Öztürkcan, Ph.D. for the book “Strategic Marketing: Creating Competitive Advantage”. The book is edited by Douglas West, John Ford and Essam Ibrahim and published by Oxford University Press.
New book chapter titled “Mrs. Private Property” by Hande Çayır (Ph.D. Candidate in BİLGİ Communication) is published within “All Equally Real: Femininities and Masculinities Today”:
“This volume is a collection of research papers which deem gender identities to be dynamic and multiple categories, refusing resolutely to reduce their complexity to fit neat extant binaries. It attempts to grapple with the dialectic which emerges from the fact that while there is a certain resistance to being labeled in contemporary discourses on sexuality, gender identities actively influence how we interpret the world and how we function within it: we exist amongst patterns, models, and behaviours, as well as among people who virtually demand to be labeled, because to them, this forms the basis of a stable identity. Various cultural perspectives and realities are here given voice, bringing to bear upon the reader the need to identify privileges they might take for granted, but which are unobtainable elsewhere. As the curtain of one’s own cultural context is lifted, this volume hopes that these privileges are – even if for a moment – no longer invisible”