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HABILITATION THESIS

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HABILITATION THESIS
Traditional and new media representations.
From a socially constructed reality to a filtered and quantified reality

Andreea Alina Mogoș

Content
SECTION 1:
ACADEMIC
,
PROFESSIONAL
AND
SCIENTIFIC
ACCOMPLISHMENTS
A. Academic field
B. Professional field
C. Scientific field

SECTION 2:
FUTURE
ACADEMIC
,
PROFESSIONAL
, AND
SCIENTIFIC
DIRECTIONS


Scientific field
C1.Traditional media representations
C1.1 Media and the Social Construction of Reality. Concepts and theories.
C1.2 Mediated social realities. The image of the Romanians in three French newspapers (
Le Figaro, Le Monde, Libération
)
C1.3 The Social Construction of Scientific Culture. Forms of Romanian Popular Science
C1.4 Frame analysis. The framing of Romanian Presidential elections’ surprise result in the international media
C2. New media representations
C2.1 New media genres as filters
C2.2 The self (re)presentation. Concepts and analytical approaches.
C2.3 Selfie as cultural artefact and social practice
C2.4 Quantified representations. Data visualisations
Professional field
Academic Management
from 2016 - Associate Dean of FSPAC (2nd term)
2012 to 2016 - Associate Dean of FSPAC in charge with international cooperation, student activities, media relations.
Erasmus Departmental coordination
since 2001
Extracurricular activities
since 2010 - 50mm Photoclub coordination
2013, 2014, 2015 - Handmade workshop
since 2014 - coordination of the International Students Club
Academic field
theoretical courses
(
Introduction in media studies
- 1st semester, Journalism BA in Romanian,
Media research methods
- 5th semester, Journalism BA in Romanian,
Media studies
- 1st semester Media communication MA and
Media and the social construction of reality
- 2nd semester, Media Communication MA).
applied courses
(
Photojournalism
- 2nd semester, Journalism BA in Romanian and English,
Photo production
- 3rd semester, Media Production MA).

BA and MA thesis coordination (more than 175 starting from 2008).
member of PhD advisory committees.
Future career developments
My future teaching and research directions have their roots in my current research interests. Until now, I have combined traditional paradigms (eg. constructionism and dramaturgical approach) with new media topics (selfies as forms of self (re)presentation, data visualizations as representations of a new algorithmic culture). I intend to develop my research skills (by getting more familiar with big data scraping, cleaning, analysis and visualization), in order to broaden and improve the research perspective and be able to provide BA and MA students with relevant support to understand and analyze the digital environment.
2009
2012
2014
Key concepts

Mediated social realities.
The image of the Romanians in three French newspapers
(Le Figaro, Le Monde, Libération)
The Social Construction of Scientific Culture.

Forms of Romanian Popular Science
popular science books
science-fiction literature
fiction movies


Widely debated scientific topics are included in popular productions and themes such as the
organisms genetically modified [OMG], the nanotechnology, the global warming
and
the excessive computerization
are reflected in the popular culture discourse.
Frame analysis.
The framing of Romanian Presidential elections’ surprise result in the international media
Iohannis vs. Ponta
German origins of Iohannis
former Romanian leaders
corruption and justice
protests for the diaspora
2015
2016
New media genres as filters
Manovich’s five principles of new media (2001) :
numerical
r
epresentation ; modularity; automation; variability
and
transcoding
.

Rettberg (2014) uses the term
FILTER
as an analytical term to understand the algorithmic culture of new media:
“the filter become a pervasive metaphor for the ways in which the technology can remove certain content and how it can alter or distort texts, images and data
.”

Filters can be:
technological
(Instagram filters, used by search engines, applied to social media feeds),
cultural
(norms, expectations, normative discursive strategies) or
cognitive
(mind’s ability to perceive certain things and not others).

The self (re)presentation. Concepts and analytical approaches
Mead (1934) - the self is a social emergent.
Goffman (1956) - the dramaturgical model of social life.
Robinson (2007) - the online self.
Quantified representations. Data visualisations
Selfie as cultural artefact and social practice
Rawlings (2013) - selfies represent a new way not only of representing ourselves to others, but of communicating with one another through images.
Quantitative evolution of the articles on social issues
Conflicting media representations about Romanians are the result of great variety in media coverage (mostly due to editorial policies and ideologies embraced by each newspaper).
The negative, neutral or positive portrayal of Romanians in French newspapers depends on how print media covers specific domains of the social life (
society, arts and culture, sports
).
The negative image of the Romanians is most likely the result of massive coverage of social issues and the anti immigration discourse of UMP (1998) and Sarkozy (2002-2003), which could not be balanced by positive reports in the domains of arts, culture and sports.
Articles on social issues - distribution in Le Monde

Durkheim (1898) -
collective representations
Moscovici (1961) -
social representations
interpret everyday reality and help the individuals to understand new phenomena.
Berger & Luckmann (1966) - all knowledge is derived from and maintained by social interactions.
Hall (1996) - media texts could be considered artificial versions of the reality perceived by individuals.
Van Gorp (2007) - power forces external to news organizations partly shape the journalistic autonomy.
Ponta and Iohannis names’ frequency
Semantic fields referring to the German origins
of Klaus Iohannis
Self-portrait made by
Robert Cornelius (1839)
Fish-gape selfie (2015)
Murray (2013)- new tools and technologies help the development of visual storytelling. The process of data visualisation can help the audience see the world in a new way, revealing unexpected patterns and trends in otherwise hidden information around us.
At its best, data visualisation is expert storytelling.
The visualisation wheel (Source: Cairo, 2012)
Genres of narrative visualisation (Source: Segel & Heer, 2010)
2009
Phd in
Sociology
(Babeș-Bolyai University)
PhD in
Sciences de l'information et de la communication
(Université Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis)
2011-2013
postdoctoral research
Research area:
Curriculum development
Changes in the Curricula of the Faculties of Social Sciences during their 15 years of existence in Romania
, Curricullum Research Fellowship (CRC - Central European University, Budapest, 2006)
Andreea Mogoș,
New trends in Journalism curriculum development. Romania within the international context
, Conferência Internacional sobre Ensino do Jornalismo, Universidade do Porto (2014)
expert in IProfessional Erasmus project - needs assessement & testing a pilot Digital Media and Arts curriculum (2015)
Radu Meza, Andreea Mogoș ,
A Model Curriculum for Digital Media Bachelor’s Degree
, European Journalism Teachers Association - EJTA - Teachers' Conference “Teaching journalism in a digital environment” (2016)
Research area:
Journalism and new media genres
membru echipă cercetare - grant PNII - GENUL JURNALISTIC CA PRACTICĂ DISCURSIVĂ ȘI CULTURALĂ. TIPOLOGIA ȘI DINAMICA GENURILOR JURNALISTICE ÎN PRESA SCRISĂ DE INFORMARE ROMÂNĂ ȘI FRANCEZĂ (coord. Florea Ligia Stela, 2009-2011)
Mogos Andreea, Danciu Ion Maxim,
La presse ecrite roumaine post-transition: Structurations institutionnelles et discursives
, TRANSYLVANIAN REVIEW, vol.XIX, nr.4, 2010, P.141 - 147
Mogos Andreea, Danciu Ioan Maxim, capitol,
Zece genuri reprezentative pentru presa generalista actuală
, în Gen, text și discurs jurnalistic, TRITONIC, BUCURESTI, 2011, P. 76-92 .
Mogos Andreea, Trofin Constantin,
You Tube Video Genres. Amateur How-To Videos versus Professional Tutorials
, Acta Universitatis Danubius. Communicatio, 2015, P.38-48
Erasmus multilateral
2012-2015
Andreea Mogoș, Radu Meza,
New trends in Journalism curriculum development. Romania within the international context
, STUDIA UNIVERSITATIS BABEŞ–BOLYAI EPHEMERIDES, vol.58, nr.1, 2013, P.107-118
Mogoș Andreea Alina (coord.) Meza Radu, Prundaru George,
Literature and Interviews on Romanian Journalism Education
. 2014 – Integrated Journalism in Europe project WP3 report
Mogos Andreea,
Data analysis and visualisation. Theory and tools
, in Carles Singla, Irene Da Rocha, Xavier Ramon (eds.) Shaping the Future of News Media, Integrated Journalism in Europe, Barcelona, 2015, P.59-92.
Production de l’information et pratique journalistique en Europe
(2012,2013, 2014, Camaret-sur-Mer, France)
Most visible Romanians (Arts and culture)
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