Media Mess

Media Mess

Sweden

Media Mess - This Is Media Psychology, with host Mattias Hansson and guests, is a podcast that explore and explain research and findings from the exciting field of media psychology. Media Mess connect scientific psychological reality with the use of media in everyday life, both private and professional. Specialists from a variety of fields within media psychology offer their insights and professional thought on subjects ranging from social media addiction to cyber sex happiness. Media Mess focuses on the relationships between human behaviour and the media. We dig deeper. And you are invited to dig in! MEDIA MESS starts to broadcast a FULL SERIES OF SHOWS SUMMER 2016.

Episodes

#3 Regina Tuma  

Looking into the rather new field of media psychology, it actually pretty quick take us back to the likes of Plato and Sokrates. And to understand the evolution of media psychology is to understand the future of it. To explore more on this we have invited one of the fields true pioneers: Regina Tuma, PhD, Doctoral Faculty, School of Psychology, Fielding Graduate University. Regina Tuma says: "Media psychology is the future of psychology—Without it, we would not be able to understand social media as constructed and lived realities.” We also explore the psychology and critique of Big Data, new hot field of calm technology, and ask ourselves - how new is virtual reality to us humans, really? We also now how media psychology can help you avoid becoming a "podcast couch potato”.  And we take a sneak peak on the new fascinating field of media neuroscience. You got more media on your brain than you ever dreamt of. And it is good for you! Find out more in this episode of Media Mess.

Host, executive producer: Mattias Hansson
Producer, editor: Roger Dackegård
Production: FiLT

#3 Regina Tuma  

Looking into the rather new field of media psychology, it actually pretty quick take us back to the likes of Plato and Sokrates. And to understand the evolution of media psychology is to understand the future of it. To explore more on this we have invited one of the fields true pioneers: Regina Tuma, PhD, Doctoral Faculty, School of Psychology, Fielding Graduate University. Regina Tuma says: "Media psychology is the future of psychology—Without it, we would not be able to understand social media as constructed and lived realities.” We also explore the psychology and critique of Big Data, new hot field of calm technology, and ask ourselves - how new is virtual reality to us humans, really? We also now how media psychology can help you avoid becoming a "podcast couch potato”.  And we take a sneak peak on the new fascinating field of media neuroscience. You got more media on your brain than you ever dreamt of. And it is good for you! Find out more in this episode of Media Mess.

Host, executive producer: Mattias Hansson
Producer, editor: Roger Dackegård
Production: FiLT

#2 Autumn Shafer  

We all have our own stories on how media was involved shaping our view of sex and sexuality. I have one, you have one (remember?). Now when everyone has interactive media at hand on a daily basis, the medias role in shaping adolescents take on sex and sexuality has dramatically changed. For better, or for worse? Host Mattias Hansson talks to guest Autumn Shafer, PhD, who is assistant professor at the School of Journalism and Communication, University of Oregon and spend a lot of her working days in the research of sexual media practice. Autumn give us the facts behind the rumours and try to sort it all out. We will also look closer in to the Oxford Handbook of Media Psychology, where this episodes guest, Autumn Shafer, co-wrote the piece called "Sexual Media Practice: How Adolescents Select, Engage with, and Are Affected by Sexual Media”. So. Let’s do it! Let’s talk about sex again.

#1 Pamela Brown Rutledge  

  Dr. Pamela Brown Rutledge is the media producer, that turned to become a psychologist - that turned to become a media psychologist.  Here we talk about the basics in media psychology, why “Twilight" fans can develop at work (and at home) with help from the series; why online trolls will never win but happy cat videos will; how unwrapping toys-videos can medicate couch potatoes. And of course: about the truth about the Kardashians, Justin Bieber and the rise of celebrities as the new global publishing houses, also the Trump-ification of social media tools. And why the prediction on computers by Elvis Presley now is scientifically proven right.   Host, executive producer: Mattias Hansson Producer, editor: Roger Dackegård Production: FiLT

Media Mess  (Trailer)  

Media Mess - This Is Media Psychology, with host Mattias Hansson and guests, is a podcast that explore and explain research and findings from the exciting field of media psychology. Media Mess connect scientific psychological reality with the use of media in everyday life, both private and professional. Specialists from a variety of fields within media psychology offer their insights and professional thought on subjects ranging from social media addiction to cyber sex happiness. Media Mess focuses on the relationships between human behaviour and the media. We dig deeper. And you are invited to dig in!

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