Peer Reviewed Journal of Multimedia
CyberEmpathy ISSUE 11 2015/2016
Communication is for everyone.
CyberEmpathy is for those who can see more.
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LABYRYNTH + CYBER + EMPATHY
FOREWORD TO THE SECOND ISSUE
HOUSING BUILDING HOMES - A 'CYBEREMPATHIC' PROCESS PART 1: THE MODEL
Decorativeness and Decoration
A TRANSMEDIA JOURNEY THROUGH THE WORLD OF LECH MAJEWSKI'S ART
Report on Michael Nyman’s Visit in Częstochowa City
The Perspective of Worldview Publicistics
The labyrinth is, in other words, a starting point of our logo creation. The labyrinth is also a symbolic motif in art full of intricate twists and turns. Its presence in different cultures had to symbolize a hard path of enlightenment. Related to many legends and beliefs on all continents, it is connected in a special way with a universal space - the Cyberspace. The labyrinth is associated with the myth of Theseus and the Minotaur. Medieval cathedrals labyrinths are called the Jerusalem roads. During the Baroque period there were garden mazes as a part of an entertainment and the labyrinths used for searching and "looking for the means" in psychoanalysis.
The second element is a circle, which played a huge role in Western civilization. The circle is also known as a symbol of cosmic orderliness. And the Cyberspace is seen as a part of this and inner worlds. The circle is filled with redness as a symbol of Empathy.
Growing Up Digital (Book Review)
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CyberEmpathy is a peer-reviewed journal, evaluated by Ministry of Science and Higher Education in Poland (scored 6 points MNiSW in 2015).
Editor-in-chief: Andrzej Głowacki
Managing editor & Creative director: Marika Wato
Editorial Board: Marcos Novak, Peter Schmid, Josyp Los, Brendan Hogan, Mark Bannatyne, Piotr Zawojski, Dariusz Rott, Jan Nuckowski, Dariusz Grzybowicz, Zdzisław Hippe, Józef Lubacz, Andrzej Wielgosz, Waldemar Tłokiński, Beata Bigaj, Piotr Marecki, Juri Czabanowski, Gabriella Pal-Schmid, Grażyna Pietruszewska-Kobiela, Tomasz Jeleński, Magdalena Pińczyńska, Paul Rutkovsky,
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