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Sonst. PersonenHipfl, Brigitte (Hrsg.); Hug, Theo (Hrsg.)
TitelMedia communities.
Gefälligkeitsübersetzung: Mediengemeinschaften.
QuelleMünster: Waxmann (2006), 342 S.    Verfügbarkeit 
BeigabenTabellen; Abbildungen; Fotografien
ZusatzinformationInhaltsverzeichnis
Spracheenglisch
Dokumenttypgedruckt; Monographie
ISBN3-8309-1599-3
SchlagwörterBildung; Gemeinschaft; Massenmedien; Medien; Virtuelle Gemeinschaft; Öffentlichkeit; Privatsphäre; Homosexualität; Journalismus; Informelle Gruppe; Narration; Internet; Afrikaner; Mädchen; Migrant; Online
Abstract"This book analyzes the different ways in which media are being used for community building and it also critically interrogates the concept of community itself. The authors do that from a variety of different perspectives, ranging from fundamental philosophical questions regarding community, to the role of journalism, the possibilities of community building on a local, national and global level, online media communities as means of empowerment for marginalized groups, the representation of communities in the media, and the formation of learning communities. Although there is a clear dominance in focusing on the chances and possibilities opened up by the Internet, the role of more traditional media like magazines, radio and television is being examined as well. Both sides, the media representations with the identity positions they offer as well as the interpretations and meaning productions that take place by the users of the media, are taken into account to cover the full range of media as cultural tools of connectivity. Not only are the authors situated in different cultural contexts (within Africa, Australia, North-America, and Europe), they also write from different disciplinary backgrounds which comprise of art, philosophy, education, media and communication studies, geography, journalism, economics and English." (author's abstract). Content: Brigitte Hipfl and Theo Hug: Introduction: Media Communities - Current Discourses and Conceptional Analyses (9-32); Stuart Allen: Journalism's Virtual Communities: The Case of Al-Jazeera (35-46); Jan Jagodzinski: The Question of Community in the Tradition of Western Art: From Romanticism to the Internet (47-64); Guido Zurstiege: Wishful Thinking: Questioning the Operative Fiction of Media Communities (65-73); Gebhard Rusch: Communities as Catalysts of Media Change (75-92); Christina Slade: Global Private Spaces and Local Public Spheres (95-121); Asu Aksoy and Kevin Robins: Banal Transnationalism: Turkish Perspectives on Television and Imagined Community (123-141); Breda Luthar: Community of Sameness: Political Celebrity and the Creation of the National Ordinary (143-165); Tokunbo Ojo: ICTs and the Construction of "Imagined African Communities" Online (167-188); Ruth Teer-Tomaselli: Community Radio's Impact on Community Building: Case Studies from KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa (189-208); Angela Tillmann: Girls in Cyberspace: An Evaluation of an Online Community Supervised by Media Educationalists (211-230); Christina Schachtner: Virtual Communities: The Gender-Political Meaning Behind the Occupation of Virtual Spaces by Girls and Women (231-252); Karen Keifer-Boyd: Back in the Early Days: A Gay Man's Perspective on the Changes from 1999-2004 in Purposes of and Participation at Gay.com (253-270); Andrea Hemetsberger and Christian Reinhardt: Working and Thinking Together in Media Communities: An Open-Source Case Study (273-291); Karen Keifer-Boyd: (In)Forming Virtual Learning Communities through Group Portraits (293-306); Ken Newman: Using a Non-linear Narrative Framework in an Online Community (307-322); Barbara Ganley and Héctor J. Vila: Digital Stories in the Liberal Arts Environment: Educational Media Communities at the Margins (321-338).
Erfasst vonGESIS - Leibniz-Institut für Sozialwissenschaften, Mannheim
Update2008/2
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