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Jacob Johanssen is Senior Lecturer in Communications, St. Mary's University (London, UK). His research interests include audience research, social media, media and the body, psychoanalysis and the media, affect theory, as well as digital culture. Diana Garrisi is lecturer in journalism, Xi'An Jiaotong-Liverpool University (Suzhou, China). Her research interests include: body image and the media, rhetorical theory, cultural history and science communication.
Chapter One: Introduction Diana Garrisi and Jacob Johanssen Chapter Two: 'The stuff of nightmares': Representations of Disability on the online bulletin board Reddit Leah Burch Chapter Three: Madeline Stuart as disability advocate and brand: Exploring the affective economies of social media Maria Bee Christensen-Stryno and Camilla Bruun Eriksen Chapter Four: Losing Someone Like Us: Memetic Logics and Coping with Brain Tumors on Social Media Samira Rajabi Chapter Five: Re-inscribing the Feminine in Breast Cancer: Dis/Ability, Autoethnography and Black Humour Rachel Velody Chapter Six: Knowing North Korea through photographing abled/disabled bodies for the western news Micky Lee Chapter Seven: Disabled heroines: Representations of female disability in Japanese television dramas Anne-Lise Mithout Chapter Eight: The education of children with disabilities in South African online news reports Elizabeth Walton and Judith McKenzie Chapter Nine: Mass Media Use by Persons with Disabilities in Germany and Comparison with the United Kingdom Ingo Bosse and Annegret Haage