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Analytic Listening: A Case Study of Radio Production

Jim Barbour
2004 International Conference on Auditory Display  
Radio is the ultimate auditory display: all information is conveyed aurally to a listener. Sound from a radio invokes visual images in the imagination of a listener, the theatre of the mind.  ...  The art of radio production relies on developing excellent listening skills. The craft of radio production now relies extensively on digital audio technology.  ...  AKNOWLEDGEMENTS The author would like to thank radio producers at the following radio stations and radio production studios in Melbourne for the time and support they have given to this research project  ... 
dblp:conf/icad/Barbour04 fatcat:4xzanelfy5ejpiv2e5j2f5nv64

Listening Overlooked

Kate Lacey
2011 Javnost - The Public  
The analytical separation of "listening out" -an attentive and anticipatory communicative disposition -from "listening in" -a receptive and mediatised communicative action -opens up a space to consider  ...  Rethinking audiences as listening publics, off ers productive new ways to address the politics, ethics and experience of political communication and public life.  ...  Nevertheless, it is certainly the case that the act of listening has been neglected and under-theorised in studies of the media, particularly in comparison with the other acts of reception such as reading  ... 
doi:10.1080/13183222.2011.11009064 fatcat:gv7upm5sijaxbnow2kp5nbsyqy

The Listening Comprehension Strategies Used by College Students to Cope with the Aural Problems in EFL Classes: An Analytical Study

Nahed Mohamed Mahmoud Ghoneim
2013 English Language Teaching  
The researcher conducted a pilot study where she asked (50) students in the fourth year of the English department to listen to a passage and then answer some questions based on their comprehension of the  ...  Aim of the Study This study aimed to investigate the listening comprehension strategies which students in the fourth year of the English  ...  My special thanks are extended to my family who supported me throughout the study.  ... 
doi:10.5539/elt.v6n2p100 fatcat:j553pllvfbhmjfguu3o5772x6e

Avuncular Listening: The Unsuspected

John Mowitt
2009 Recherches Sémiotiques / Semiotic Inquiry  
Plus particulièrement, ce texte s'intéresse à la tension spécifique entre la radio et le cinéma afin de montrer que la remédiation est une répétition modulée de ce que Raymond Williams a appelé le "résidualisme  ...  Association canadienne de sémiotique / Canadian Semiotic Association ISSN 0229-8651 (imprimé) 1923-9920 (numérique) Découvrir la revue Citer cet article John Mowitt "Avuncular Listening: The Unsuspected  ...  and enunciation of a particular representational and figural practice, in this case, a film, Curtiz's The Unsuspected.  ... 
doi:10.7202/1014250ar fatcat:a6xk2xkmrvb3fi45gl6rx5mgjm

Listening to Labor [chapter]

2017 Voices of Labor: Creativity, Craft, and Conflict in Global Hollywood  
LO CATING L AB OR IN A GLOBAL C ONTEXT The commentary above and the interviews that follow build on a substantial body of existing research in labor studies, cultural studies, and political economy.  ...  It was therefore striking that WCFL, a pioneer of early radio, sought to overcome this deficit when it took to the airwaves in 1926 as the "Voice of Labor. " Inspired and funded by a federation of Chicago  ... 
doi:10.1525/luminos.26.a fatcat:cwynn2pmencopjpz4dhxm7ckpq

Listening geographies

Michael Gallagher, Anja Kanngieser, Jonathan Prior
2016 Progress in Human Geography  
We show how listening can contribute to research on a wide range of topics, beyond enquiry where sound itself is the primary substantive interest.  ...  This paper argues for expanded listening in geography. Expanded listening addresses how bodies of all kinds, human and more-than-human, respond to sound.  ...  In some cases a source of LFN is found and can be dealt with.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0309132516652952 fatcat:4s6ovypucre6zp6mlbru3rxleu

Listening to Listening: A Conversation on Voice and Race

Annelies Andries, Jacqueline Georgis, Jane Forner
2021 Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle  
A theme that also regularly comes back is how listeners expect that a voice's timbre corresponds to its visual, bodily representation-if this is not the case, representations will be adjusted to fit the  ...  After all, vocalists listen to their own vocal production and interpret and adjust their production based on their own and others' cultural and collective perceptions about voice in general, and theirs  ...  studies and especially for more space dedicated to singers' own discussions of their vocal production.  ... 
doi:10.1017/rrc.2020.6 fatcat:tq5tugfffjambosnzpsc25fwca

ODEL – Open and Distance Education and Listening: The Need for Metacognitive Listening Strategies

2014 Journal of Educational and Social Research  
This paper provides a literature review of studies on listening skills, and its impact on academic success and failure.  ...  The days are long gone where lecturers can merely dump subject knowledge onto students, without including metacognitive learning strategies such as reading and study skills, as well as listening skills  ...  Therefore, even though hearing and listening might be a crucial capacity in acts of learning, this might not be the case in Distance Education.  ... 
doi:10.5901/jesr.2014.v4n3p63 fatcat:okvns4kvmbcidowdpfzrkryaea

1. Listening to Labor [chapter]

Michael Curtin, Kevin Sanson
2020 Voices of Labor  
LO CATING L AB OR IN A GLOBAL C ONTEXT The commentary above and the interviews that follow build on a substantial body of existing research in labor studies, cultural studies, and political economy.  ...  It was therefore striking that WCFL, a pioneer of early radio, sought to overcome this deficit when it took to the airwaves in 1926 as the "Voice of Labor. " Inspired and funded by a federation of Chicago  ... 
doi:10.1525/9780520968196-002 fatcat:gxcogqjo7zhhfb46dgmddl7o5y

1. Listening to Instruments [chapter]

2019 Instruments for New Music  
On the other hand, the study of art must encompass the material means of cultural production.  ...  In the case of early electric instruments, however, the relationship to existing media technologies was more remote, and thus the act of repurposing was more technically involved: radio components, intended  ... 
doi:10.1525/9780520963122-003 fatcat:rubmgkmlbrfjvalixbdzfzl5eu

Listening Art: Making Sonic Artworks That Critique Listening

Camille Robinson
2017 Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology  
This tendency leaves the act of perception un-theorised in the production of sonic artworks, and unquestioned in their reception by listeners.  ...  iii Abstract Sonic artists and listeners to sonic artworks tend to take for granted that how a listener listens to a sonic artwork affects what that listener perceives that sonic artwork to be, through  ...  Listening studies The dominant discipline investigating auditory perception in the human sciences is listening studies, a branch of communication studies that explores what makes a good listener, and what  ... 
doi:10.1162/leon_a_01499 fatcat:z7hla6rmgrcfxms6go7x3bwn4u

To Know Beyond Listening

Ian Reyes
2010 The Senses & Society  
In music production, "monitoring" refers traditionally to audile strategies intended to reveal the "true" sound of mediated audio.  ...  Surveying traditional, contemporary, and emerging tools of record production and distribution, this essay addresses three types of monitoring: audio, visual, and data.  ...  In sensory studies, this is like Caroline Jones' modernist "regime" of vision and the "bureaucratizing" of the senses supporting "the visibility" (2005).  ... 
doi:10.2752/174589210x12753842356043 fatcat:xouciyt2b5aglirl2iqx533yu4

Listening from the in-between

Ed Cooper
2021 SoundEffects  
The article considers homelessness through the analytical lens of 'liminality'—a period when an individual or space has neither a former nor future identity, whilst simultaneously, paradoxically, possessing  ...  A previously unexplored aspect of homelessness is engagement with sound.  ...  The residents of St. Mark's House deserve more than they have been given. A further thank you goes to Dr Emily Payne. This is the second, and probably fi nal, project of mine that she has supervised.  ... 
doi:10.7146/se.v10i1.124200 fatcat:q62g26rtdnfhthc444wrx6wfgm

Listening and Participatory Communication: A Model to Assess Organization Listening Competency

Judy Burnside-Lawry
2012 International journal of Listening  
A variety of analytic techniques are available to link data to propositions. For this study individual case studies and cross-case synthesis were selected as suitable analytic techniques.  ...  Analytic strategy and technique In the current study the analytic strategy was to allow theoretical orientations guide development of a case study protocol; indicating what data was to be collected, and  ...  Areas of inquiry for current study Gap 1 Understanding consumers' expectations is the first step in delivering high quality service.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10904018.2012.678092 fatcat:t4mdjfliazeaji6tv4c4sd2ny4

Modes of Listening: Why, How and to What? [chapter]

Karin Bijsterveld
2018 Sonic Skills  
This chapter presents a typology of the modes of listening employed across science, medicine, and engineering.  ...  The three purposes discussed are diagnostic, monitory, and exploratory listening; the three ways are analytic, synthetic, and interactive listening.  ...  We have come across numerous examples of analytic listening for the purpose of diagnosis, and synthetic listening for the purpose of monitoring, but our case studies offered only a few illustrations of  ... 
doi:10.1057/978-1-137-59829-5_3 fatcat:i65p55ctmrgkxn6xexpvhdslce
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