Mediatization of communication / edited by Knut Lundby.

Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter Mouton, [2014]
1 online resource (752 p.)
Handbooks of communication science ; 21.
Handbooks of communication science ; 21

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Mass media -- Social aspects.
Communication -- Social aspects.
Social change.
Social interaction.
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This handbook searches for dynamic encounters between researchers with different approaches to processes of mediatization, fostering a variety of definitions of and discussion about this contested concept. The editorial range includes scholars who have applied the term 'mediatization' (or the related 'medialization', 'mediazation' - or 'mediation' in the meaning of socio-cultural change or transformation related to the media).
Front matter
Preface to Handbooks of Communication Science series
I. Introduction
1. Mediatization of Communication / Lundby, Knut
II. Global changes
2. Scopic media and global coordination: the mediatization of face-to-face encounters / Knorr Cetina, Karin
3. Climate change challenges: an agenda for de-centered mediatization research / Kunelius, Risto
4. Mediatization with Chinese characteristics: political legitimacy, public diplomacy and the new art of propaganda / Sun, Wanning
III. The long history
5. Understanding mediatization in "first modernity": sociological classics and their perspectives on mediated and mediatized societies / Averbeck-Lietz, Stefanie
6. Mediatization as a mover in modernity: social and cultural change in the context of media change / Krotz, Friedrich
7. Mediatization theory: a semio-anthropological perspective / Verón, Eliseo
IV. Media in society
8. Institution, technology, world: relationships between the media, culture, and society / Bolin, Göran
9. Mediatization and cultural and social change: an institutional perspective / Hjarvard, Stig
10. Mediatization and the future of field theory / Couldry, Nick
V. Movement and interaction
11. Human interaction and communicative figurations. The transformation of mediatized cultures and societies
12. Indispensable things: on mediatization, materiality, and space / Jansson, André
13. Digitization: new trajectories of mediatization? / Finnemann, Niels Ole
14. Polymedia communication and mediatized migration: an ethnographic approach / Madianou, Mirca
VI. Power, law and politics Kent Asp
15. Mediatization: rethinking the question of media power / Asp, Kent
16. Mediatization of politics: transforming democracies and reshaping politics / Strömbäck, Jesper / Esser, Frank
17. Mediatization of public bureaucracies / Thorbjørnsrud, Kjersti / Figenschou, Tine Ustad / Ihlen, Øyvind
18. Mediatization of corporations / Ihlen, Øyvind / Pallas, Josef
19. Law in the age of media logic / Bogoch, Bryna / Peleg, Anat
VII. Art and the popular
20. Art: multiplied mediatization / Wilke, Jürgen
21. Mediatization of popular culture / Fornäs, Johan
22. Barbie in a meat dress: performance and mediatization in the 21st century / Auslander, Philip
23. Mediatization of sports / Frandsen, Kirsten
VIII. Faith and knowledge
24. Mediatization and religion / Lövheim, Mia
25. The media in the labs, and the labs in the media: what we know about the mediatization of science / Schäfer, Mike S.
26. Mediatization and education: a sociological account / Rawolle, Shaun / Lingard, Bob
IX. To be or not to be
27. Selfhood, moral agency, and the good life in mediatized worlds? Perspectives from medium theory and philosophy / Ess, Charles M.
28. Home is where the heart is? Ontological security and the mediatization of homelessness / Hartmann, Maren
29. The mediatization of memory / Hoskins, Andrew
30. Mediatization of public death / Sumiala, Johanna
X. Critical afterthought
31. Mediatization: an emerging paradigm for media and communication research? / Livingstone, Sonia / Lunt, Peter
Biographical sketches
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Lundby, Knut, editor.
Publisher Number:
10.1515/9783110272215 doi