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Articles by Sonja Petrovic

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Dr Sonja Petrovic is teaching subjects across School of Culture and Communication and Asia Institute at The University of Melbourne. In her recent project (Belonging and Trust in the Inter-Media Society: The Case of the 3.11 Disaster, 2019, The University of Melbourne), she examines shifting media patterns in contemporary Japanese society and the emergence of affective digital media cultures that are formed in the wake of the national 3.11 disaster. Her research interests lie in the field of media and cultural studies, and include crisis communication and reporting, media credibility, fake news, as well as the effects of new media technologies on the global media space, on digital intimacies and community building.