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The Resource Communicative figurations : transforming communications in times of deep mediatization, edited by Andreas Hepp, Andreas Breiter, Uwe Hasebrink

Communicative figurations : transforming communications in times of deep mediatization, edited by Andreas Hepp, Andreas Breiter, Uwe Hasebrink

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Communicative figurations : transforming communications in times of deep mediatization
Title
Communicative figurations
Title remainder
transforming communications in times of deep mediatization
Statement of responsibility
edited by Andreas Hepp, Andreas Breiter, Uwe Hasebrink
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Language
eng
Summary
This open access volume is about how to research the influence of our changing media environment. Today, there is not one single medium that is the driving force of change. With the spreading of various technical communication media such as mobile phone and internet platforms, we are confronted with a media manifold of deep mediatization. But how can we investigate its transformative capability? This book answers this question by taking a non-media-centric perspective, researching the various figurations of collectivities and organizations humans are involved in. The first part of the book outlines a fundamental understanding of the changing media environment of deep mediatization and its transformative capacity. The second part focuses on collectivities and movements: communities in the city, critical social movements, maker, online gaming groups and networked groups of young people. The third part moves institutions and organizations into the foreground, discussing the transformation of journalism, religion, politics, and education, whilst the fourth and final part is dedicated to methodologies and perspectives
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Cataloging source
YDX
Dewey number
302.23
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illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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dictionaries
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  • Hepp, Andreas
  • Breiter, Andreas
  • Hasebrink, Uwe
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Series statement
Transforming communications - studies in cross-media research
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  • Digital media
  • Mass media and social integration
  • Mass media and world politics
  • Mass media and public opinion
  • Mass media and culture
  • Digital media
  • Mass media and culture
  • Mass media and public opinion
  • Mass media and social integration
  • Mass media and world politics
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Communicative figurations : transforming communications in times of deep mediatization, edited by Andreas Hepp, Andreas Breiter, Uwe Hasebrink
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online resource
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Contents
Part I: Introduction.- 1. Rethinking transforming communications: An Introduction; Andreas Hepp, Andreas Breiter, Uwe Hasebrink.- 2. Researching transforming communications in times of deep mediatization: A figurational approach; Andreas Hepp, Uwe Hasebrink.- Part II: Collectivities and movements -- 3. Living Together in the Mediatized City: The Figurations of Young People{u2019}s Urban Communities, Andreas Hepp, Piet Simon & Monika Sowinska.- 4. Chaos Computer Club. The communicative construction of media technologies and infrastructures as a political category, Sebastian Kubitschko.- 5. Repair Cafés as communicative figurations: Consumer-critical media practices for cultural transformation; Sigrid Kannengießer -- 6. Communicative Figurations of expertisation: DIY_MAKER and Multi-Player Online Gaming (MOG) as cultures of amateur learning; Karsten Wolf & Urszula Wudarski.- 7.The communicative construction of space-related identities. Hamburg and Leipzig between the local and the global; Yvonne Robel & Inge Marszolek.- 8. Networked media collectivities. The use of media for the communicative construction of collectivities among adolescents; Thomas Friemel & Matthias Bixler.- Part III: Institutions and organisations.- 9. The transformation of journalism: From changing newsroom cultures to a new communicative orientation?; Leif Kramp & Wiebke Loosen -- 10. Moralising and deliberating in financial blogging. Moral debates in blog communication during the financial crisis 2008; Rebecca Venema & Stefanie Averbeck-Lietz -- 11. {u2018}Blogging sometimes leads to dementia, doesn't it?{u2019} The Roman Catholic Church in times of deep mediatization; Kerstin Radde-Antweiler, Sina Gogolok & Hannah Grünenthal -- 12. Relating face-to-face. Communicative practices and political decision-making in a changing media environment; Tanja Pritzlaff-Scheele & Frank Nullmeier -- 13. Paper versus SIMS: Governing the figurations of mediatized schools in England and Germany; Andreas Breiter & Arne Hendrik Ruhe -- 14. Researching Communicative Figurations: Necessities and challenges for empirical research; Christine Lohmeier & Rieke Böhling -- 15. Researching Individuals{u2019} Media Repertoires: Challenges of qualitative interviews on cross-media practices; Juliane Klein, Michael Walter & Uwe Schimank -- 16. The complexity of datafication: putting digital traces in context; Andreas Breiter, Andreas Hepp -- 17. Communicative Figurations and Cross-Media Research; Kim Schrøder -- 18. Communicative figurations: Towards a new paradigm for the media age?; Giselinde Kuipers
Control code
1013822759
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxi, 444 pages)
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online
Isbn
9783319655840
Lccn
2017950722
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unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-65584-0
Other physical details
illustrations.
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not applicable
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Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1013822759
Label
Communicative figurations : transforming communications in times of deep mediatization, edited by Andreas Hepp, Andreas Breiter, Uwe Hasebrink
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I: Introduction.- 1. Rethinking transforming communications: An Introduction; Andreas Hepp, Andreas Breiter, Uwe Hasebrink.- 2. Researching transforming communications in times of deep mediatization: A figurational approach; Andreas Hepp, Uwe Hasebrink.- Part II: Collectivities and movements -- 3. Living Together in the Mediatized City: The Figurations of Young People{u2019}s Urban Communities, Andreas Hepp, Piet Simon & Monika Sowinska.- 4. Chaos Computer Club. The communicative construction of media technologies and infrastructures as a political category, Sebastian Kubitschko.- 5. Repair Cafés as communicative figurations: Consumer-critical media practices for cultural transformation; Sigrid Kannengießer -- 6. Communicative Figurations of expertisation: DIY_MAKER and Multi-Player Online Gaming (MOG) as cultures of amateur learning; Karsten Wolf & Urszula Wudarski.- 7.The communicative construction of space-related identities. Hamburg and Leipzig between the local and the global; Yvonne Robel & Inge Marszolek.- 8. Networked media collectivities. The use of media for the communicative construction of collectivities among adolescents; Thomas Friemel & Matthias Bixler.- Part III: Institutions and organisations.- 9. The transformation of journalism: From changing newsroom cultures to a new communicative orientation?; Leif Kramp & Wiebke Loosen -- 10. Moralising and deliberating in financial blogging. Moral debates in blog communication during the financial crisis 2008; Rebecca Venema & Stefanie Averbeck-Lietz -- 11. {u2018}Blogging sometimes leads to dementia, doesn't it?{u2019} The Roman Catholic Church in times of deep mediatization; Kerstin Radde-Antweiler, Sina Gogolok & Hannah Grünenthal -- 12. Relating face-to-face. Communicative practices and political decision-making in a changing media environment; Tanja Pritzlaff-Scheele & Frank Nullmeier -- 13. Paper versus SIMS: Governing the figurations of mediatized schools in England and Germany; Andreas Breiter & Arne Hendrik Ruhe -- 14. Researching Communicative Figurations: Necessities and challenges for empirical research; Christine Lohmeier & Rieke Böhling -- 15. Researching Individuals{u2019} Media Repertoires: Challenges of qualitative interviews on cross-media practices; Juliane Klein, Michael Walter & Uwe Schimank -- 16. The complexity of datafication: putting digital traces in context; Andreas Breiter, Andreas Hepp -- 17. Communicative Figurations and Cross-Media Research; Kim Schrøder -- 18. Communicative figurations: Towards a new paradigm for the media age?; Giselinde Kuipers
Control code
1013822759
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxi, 444 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319655840
Lccn
2017950722
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-65584-0
Other physical details
illustrations.
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1013822759

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