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Cogitatio is a publisher founded in 2014 with the aim of promoting open-access divulgation of scientific knowledge. We believe that open-source knowledge generates something more valuable, benefiting researchers, policy-makers and society in general.


Latest Publications

Taming Distraction: The Second Screen Assemblage, Television and the Classroom
Markus Stauff
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i3.538 | Publication date: 2016/07/14
Still ‘Watching’ TV? The Consumption of TV Fiction by Engaged Audiences
Alexander Dhoest and Nele Simons
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i3.427 | Publication date: 2016/07/14
The End of the Television Archive as We Know It? The National Archive as an Agent of Historical Knowledge in the Convergence Era
Berber Hagedoorn and Bas Agterberg
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i3.595 | Publication date: 2016/07/14
Digital Media Platforms and the Use of TV Content: Binge Watching and Video-on-Demand in Germany
Lothar Mikos
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i3.542 | Publication date: 2016/07/14
The End of Television—Again! How TV Is Still Influenced by Cultural Factors in the Age of Digital Intermediaries
Gunn Enli and Trine Syvertsen
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i3.547 | Publication date: 2016/07/14
Not Yet the Post-TV Era: Network and MVPD Adaptation to Emergent Distribution Technologies
Mike Van Esler
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i3.548 | Publication date: 2016/07/14
Re-Locating the Spaces of Television Studies
Anna Cristina Pertierra
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i3.563 | Publication date: 2016/07/14
“There Will Still Be Television but I Don’t Know What It Will Be Called!”: Narrating the End of Television in Australia and New Zealand
Jock Given
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i3.561 | Publication date: 2016/07/14
Television in Latin America Is “Everywhere”: Not Dead, Not Dying, but Converging and Thriving
Guillermo Orozco and Toby Miller
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i3.592 | Publication date: 2016/07/14
Thematic Issue on The End of Television (Not Yet): Editor’s Introduction
Milly Buonanno
Editorial | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i3.661 | Publication date: 2016/07/14
The V in VGI: Citizens or Civic Data Sources
Suthee Sangiambut and Renee Sieber
Article | Urban Planning | Doi: 10.17645/up.v1i2.644 | Publication date: 2016/07/12
Kilburn High Road Revisited
Cristina Capineri
Article | Urban Planning | Doi: 10.17645/up.v1i2.614 | Publication date: 2016/07/08
Citizen-Centric Urban Planning through Extracting Emotion Information from Twitter in an Interdisciplinary Space-Time-Linguistics Algorithm
Bernd Resch , Anja Summa , Peter Zeile and Michael Strube
Article | Urban Planning | Doi: 10.17645/up.v1i2.617 | Publication date: 2016/07/05
Data-Driven Participation: Algorithms, Cities, Citizens, and Corporate Control
Matthew Tenney and Renee Sieber
Article | Urban Planning | Doi: 10.17645/up.v1i2.645 | Publication date: 2016/07/04
Ensuring VGI Credibility in Urban-Community Data Generation: A Methodological Research Design
Jamie O'Brien , Miguel Serra , Andrew Hudson-Smith , Sophia Psarra , Anthony Hunter and Martin Zaltz-Austwick
Article | Urban Planning | Doi: 10.17645/up.v1i2.620 | Publication date: 2016/06/27