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Media technologies and democracy in an enlarged Europe: the intellectual work of the 2007 European media and communication doctoral summer school

Carpentier, Nico, Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, Pille, Nordenstreng, Kaarle, Hartmann, Maren, Vihalemm, Peeter, Cammaerts, Bart and Nieminen, Hannu (2007) Media technologies and democracy in an enlarged Europe: the intellectual work of the 2007 European media and communication doctoral summer school. The research and teaching communication series . Tartu University Press, Tartu, Estonia. ISBN 9789949117451

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Table of contents Introduction: Generating a unique learning experience. The Intellectual work of the 2006 European media and communication doctoral summer school in Tartu .................................................................... 9 Nico Carpentier PART ONE SECTION ONE: MEDIA AND DEMOCRACY Civic participation and practices: Beyond ‘deliberative democracy’............................................................................................................................ 23 Peter Dahlgren ‘Four Theories of the Press’ reconsidered ............................................................................ 35 Kaarle Nordenstreng Media roles in society............................................................................................................. 47 Denis McQuail Determinants on international news coverage....................................................................... 59 Ines Wolter Media self-regulation in Europe.............................................................................................. 73 Manuel Parés I Maicas SECTION TWO: PARTICIPATING IN EUROPE Multiculturalism and ‘saying it like it is’: Mapping discourses of ‘political correctness’ in North Belgium.............................................................................. 83 Benjamin De Cleen Blurring the boundaries: The dismantlement of the institutional and non-institutional politics dichotomy through the media-oriented strategies of new social movements and political parties...................................................... 95 Iñaki Garcia Blanco What do we mean by a European public sphere?............................................................... 105 Hannu Nieminen 6 THE RESEARCHING AND TEACHING COMMUNICATION SERIES The audience’s role in constituting the European public sphere: A theoretical approach based on the pragmatic concept of John Dewey..................................................................................................................... 121 Swantje Lingenberg SECTION THREE: PARTICIPATING IN EUROPEAN MEDIA Participation and power in the television program Temptation Island .................................................................................................................................. 135 Nico Carpentier Tracking real lives: Reflections on longitudinal documentary.............................................. 149 Richard Kilborn The Internet and the Second Iraqi War: Extending participation and challenging mainstream journalism? ............................................................................ 159 Bart Cammaerts & Nico Carpentier PART TWO SECTION FOUR: THEORISING COMMUNICATION Rethinking the digital divide-approach: From a technically based understanding to a concept referring to Bourdieu’s Social Capital....................................................................................................................... 177 Friedrich Krotz Back to the future: historicizing social dream worlds about new media........................................................................................................................... 189 Wim Vanobberghen Do the media help us grasp European Realities? Philosophical, ethical and methodological questions ................................................................................. 203 Bertrand Cabedoche SECTION FIVE: COMMUNICATING KNOWLEDGE Mass mediation as relational practices: The case of social scientific research communication...................................................................................................... 219 Ursula Plesner Communicating social scientific knowledge dialogically: Participatory approaches to communication analysis and practice .................................... 233 Louise Phillips SECTION SIX: METHODS AND TECHNIQUES Media ethnography: Method, methodology or research philosophy? ......................................................................................................................... 251 Maren Hartmann Only the original will do! Methodology and media history.................................................... 263 Anthony McNicholas PART THREE THE SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENT ABSTRACTS (in alphabetical order) Marja Åkerström................................................................................................................... 275 Christian Baden.................................................................................................................... 275 Eszter Bakonyi..................................................................................................................... 277 Alessandro D'Arma.............................................................................................................. 278 Benjamin De Cleen ............................................................................................................. 279 Indira Dupuis ....................................................................................................................... 280 Iñaki Garcia Blanco.............................................................................................................. 281 Xavier Ginesta ..................................................................................................................... 282 Sara Hamqvist ..................................................................................................................... 283 Lynne Hibberd...................................................................................................................... 284 Stijn Joye............................................................................................................................. 285 Laura Juntunen ................................................................................................................... 286 Richard Kpabi....................................................................................................................... 287 Sophie Lecheler .................................................................................................................. 288 Swantje Lingenberg............................................................................................................. 290 Pieter Maeseele................................................................................................................... 291 Henry Mainsah..................................................................................................................... 292 Birgitte Martens ................................................................................................................... 292 Caitriona Noonan ................................................................................................................ 294 Fernando Paulino................................................................................................................. 295 Lucien Perticoz..................................................................................................................... 296 Ana Sofia Pinto..................................................................................................................... 297 Ursula Plesner ..................................................................................................................... 298 Reeta Pöyhtäri ..................................................................................................................... 300 Laura Ruusunoksa............................................................................................................... 301 Paula Segovia ..................................................................................................................... 302 Roberto Suárez Candel........................................................................................................ 303 Nina Svane-Mikkelsen ......................................................................................................... 304 Indrek Treufeldt.................................................................................................................... 306 Bjarki Valtysson ................................................................................................................... 307 Wim Vanobberghen ............................................................................................................ 308 Amandine Viale ................................................................................................................... 309 Ines Wolter.......................................................................................................................... 310

Item Type: Book
Official URL: http://www.researchingcommunication.eu/
Additional Information: © 2007 The Authors
Library of Congress subject classification: J Political Science > JC Political theory
J Political Science > JA Political science (General)
P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics
Sets: Departments > Media and Communications
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Date Deposited: 07 Feb 2008
URL: http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/3304/

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