Self, Screen, Success – Winning Writings of the First Corvinus Blog Post Competition

Veloso, Milson and Taxner, Tünde, eds. (2022) Self, Screen, Success – Winning Writings of the First Corvinus Blog Post Competition. Corvinus University of Budapest, Budapest. . ISBN 978-963-503-912-8

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The first Corvinus Blog Post Competition invited university students in Hungary to express their opinions and thoughts in a short essay in English on current issues of new media and mobile technology. The competition was entitled ‘Self, Screen, Success’, which is also the title of this publication that presents the top five writings and the introduction speech of the award ceremony given by prof. dr. Petra Aczél on the 26th of January 2022. The contest was initiated by dr. Ágnes Veszelszki and it was organized in the fall semester of 2021 by the Institute of Communication and Sociology together with the Department of Communication and Media at the Corvinus University of Budapest. The writings were evaluated along five criteria: coherence, creativity, argumentation, structure, and the aspect of style and wording. The jury and the Organizing Committee included prof. dr. Petra Aczél, dr. Eszter Deli, dr. Ágnes Veszelszki, Milson Veloso (PhD candidate) and Tünde Taxner (teaching assistant). The topics of the competition included the situation of the new generation in the labour market, the effects of smartphones on our daily lives, and the connections of artificial intelligence and human intelligence. Altogether 24 university students from diverse nationalities, who were studying in Hungary in that semester, participated in the competition. The winners received vouchers and publication opportunities. The top five winning writings will be presented on the following pages.

Item Type:Book
Subjects:Media and communication
ID Code:7419
Deposited By: Ádám Hoffmann
Deposited On:23 May 2022 13:26
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