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Introduction
In: Writing Ethnography (Second Edition)
Chapter 1 On Ethnography
In: Writing Ethnography (Second Edition)
In: Writing Ethnography (Second Edition)
Chapter 2 On Storytelling
In: Writing Ethnography (Second Edition)
Chapter 3 On Technical Considerations
In: Writing Ethnography (Second Edition)
Chapter 5 On Writing as Process
In: Writing Ethnography (Second Edition)

Abstract

Hungary’s University of Public Service and Brill Publishers (Leiden, Holland) staged a joint online event on 3 May 2021 about the reactions of Parliaments as traditional institutions to the fast-changing political, social and economic environment of our age. The conference was occasioned by the launch of the International Journal of Parliamentary Studies. Timed to coincide with the Day of Parliament, the scientific event also commemorated the inaugural session of Hungary’s first freely elected Parliament on 2 May 1990. The conference was moderated by Zsolt Szabó, the new journal’s chief editor, as well as associate professor at the University of Public Service and the Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church.

In: International Journal of Parliamentary Studies

Abstract

There is growing academic interest in parliamentary diplomacy. This is a welcome development because for many years only parliamentary practitioners themselves paid much attention to the parliamentarization of international affairs, and then mainly from a technical interparliamentary cooperation perspective. This presently consolidating academic literature still requires a fresh impetus if only because there still remain numerous important and problematic issues that need to be addressed. This article will first set the study of parliamentary diplomacy in its wider context, offering examples and definitions. It will then review its main findings to date – before suggesting a number of important research questions that deserve further attention. It is argued that future studies will need to examine them in more detail in order to strengthen academic research into this ever-expanding worldwide phenomenon. The conclusions will also include a practical suggestion for developing this important new dimension in diplomatic studies even further.

In: International Journal of Parliamentary Studies
Author: Nick Redfern

Abstract

This article presents a new data set comprising audio, colour, motion, and shot length data of trailers for the fifty highest grossing horror films at the US box office from 2011 to 2015. This data set is one of the few available for computational film analysis that includes data on multiple elements of film style and is the only existing data set for motion picture trailers suitable for formal analyses. Data is stored in csv files available under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license on Zenodo: www.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4479068.

Open Access
In: Research Data Journal for the Humanities and Social Sciences