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[ecrea] New ECREA Doctoral Summer School Book (2010) - free download

Mon Dec 20 14:27:57 GMT 2010

Dear all,

It is our pleasure to announce the publication of our fifth Summer School Book, entitled »Media and communication studies interventions and intersections. The intellectual work of the 2010 ECREA European Media and Communication Doctoral Summer School«, edited by Nico Carpentier, Ilija Tomani Trivund a, Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, Ebba Sundin, Tobias Olsson, Richard Kilborn, Hannu Nieminen, and Bart Cammaerts.

You can download a PDF-version of this book ? free of charge ? from the Summer School website (<>, or from the Researching and Teaching Communication Series website (<>

The book includes a series of papers that were presented by lecturers and PhD-students at the ECREA European Media and Communication Doctoral Summer School in August 2010 in Ljubljana (Slovenia).

Contributors are (in alphabetical order): Tim Blumer, Jo Bogaerts, Sally Broughton Micova, Bertrand Cabedoche, Nico Carpentier, Fausto Colombo, Ranjana Das, François Heinderyckx, Andreas Hepp, María Isabel Villa, D. Beybin Kejanlioglu, Denis McQuail, Tobias Olsson, Åsa Olsson, Manuel Parés i Maicas, Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, Irena Reifová, Heiner Stahl, Ebba Sundin, Jindra Ticha, Ilija Tomanic Trivundza, and Matteo Vergani.

The book consists of five sections: 1/Reflections on the field, 2/ Cross-fertilisatiions, 3/Media meets the political, 4/Impulses from new media studies, 5/Method meets theory meets praxis. The book also includes all PhD-student abstracts of the work presented at the Summer School.

The book is a part of the Researching and Teaching Communication Series published by the Tartu University Press (<>

Kind regards,
Nico Carpentier


The intellectual work of the 2010 ECREA European media and communication doctoral Summer School in Ljubljana
Nico Carpentier and Ilija Tomani Trivund a

Part one: research

Section one: Reflections on the field
The future of communication studies: a contribution to the debate
Denis McQuail

Researching ?mediatised worlds?: Non-mediacentric media and communication research as a challenge
Andreas Hepp

Listening to the sound of radio: Applying an auditory perspective to media and communication studies
Heiner Stahl

Section two: Cross-fertilisations
Questioning vulnerability: How Europeanisation studies might challenge small states media systems typology
Sally Broughton Micova

The task of interpretation. Converging perspectives in audience research and digital literacies
Ranjana Das

Framing?s overlooked frame: Fractured paradigm and the study of visuals
Ilija Tomanic Trivundza

Section three: Media meets the political
Processes of hybridisation in contemporary popular and media culture: theoretical remarks
Irena Reifová

Media, participation and the state of democracy
Fausto Colombo and Matteo Vergani

To befoul one?s own nest? Joris Luyendijk and the impossibility of journalism in the Middle-East.
Jo Bogaerts

Citizenship, globalisation and communication: Meanings and theoretical stakes
Bertrand Cabedoche

Citizenship and political communication
Manuel Parés i Maicas

Section four: Impulses from new media studies
ICTs, teachers and the so-called digital natives: A case study of professional appropriation
Åsa Olsson and Tobias Olsson

Digital attraction: How new media can invigorate election campaigns, or not.
François Heinderyckx

Face-to-face or Facebook: Are shy people more outgoing on Social Networking Sites?
Tim Blumer

Cross-media television: An empirical approach to the study of production culture
María Isabel Villa

Re-examining ?newness?. A case study on the Czech discourse about new media in the 1990s
Jindra Ticha

Section five: Method meets theory meets praxis
Theory matters
D. Beybin Kejanlioglu

Deploying discourse theory. An introduction to discourse theory and discourse theoretical analysis
Nico Carpentier

Action research in media studies
Ebba Sundin

Is there participation in your action research?
Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt

Part two: The summer school student abstracts

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