Everyday Media Agency in Europe

Leif Kramp (Editor), Nico Carpentier (Editor), Andreas Hepp (Editor), Ilija Tomanic Trivundza (Editor), Hannu Nieminen (Editor), Risto Kunelius (Editor), Tobias Olsson (Editor), Ebba Sundin (Editor), Richard Kilborn (Editor)

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Abstract

The European Media and Communication Doctoral Summer School brings together a group of highly qualified doctoral students as well as lecturing senior researchers and professors from a diversity of European countries. The main objective of the fourteen-day summer school is to organise an innovative learning process at doctoral level, focusing primarily on enhancing the quality of individual dissertation projects through an intercultural and interdisciplinary exchange and networking programme. This said, the summer school is not merely based on traditional postgraduate teaching approaches like lectures and workshops. The summer school also integrates many group-centred and individual approaches, especially an individualised discussion of doctoral projects, peer-to-peer feedback - and a joint book production.

The topic "Media Practice and Everyday Agency in Europe" is dedicated to the fundamental question: How is media change related to the everyday agency and sense making practices of the people in Europe? This volume consists of the intellectual work of the 2013 European Media and Communication Doctoral Summer School, organized in cooperation with the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA) at the ZeMKI, the Centre for Media, Communication and Information Research of the University of Bremen, Germany. The chapters cover relevant research topics, structured into four sections: "Dynamics of Mediatization", "Transformations", "Methods", and "The Social".
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBremen
PublisherEdition Lumière
Number of pages375
ISBN (Print)978-3-943245-28-8
Publication statusPublished - 2014

Keywords

  • ecrea
  • doctoral training
  • doctoral skills

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