The Resource Media events in a global age, edited by Nick Couldry, Andreas Hepp and Friedrich Krotz

Media events in a global age, edited by Nick Couldry, Andreas Hepp and Friedrich Krotz

Label
Media events in a global age
Title
Media events in a global age
Statement of responsibility
edited by Nick Couldry, Andreas Hepp and Friedrich Krotz
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Additional physical form
Available online via the World Wide Web, by subscription to EBL (Ebooks Corporation)
Cataloging source
NCLN
Dewey number
302.23
Index
index present
LC call number
P94.6
LC item number
.M4255 2009
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Comedia
Label
Media events in a global age, edited by Nick Couldry, Andreas Hepp and Friedrich Krotz
Publication
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Contents
1. Introduction -- Media events in globalized media cultures / Andreas Hepp and Nick Couldry -- Pt. I: Media events rethought. 2. Beyond media events: disenchantment, derailment, disruption / Daniel Dayan -- 3. 'No more peace!': how disaster, terror, and war have upstaged media events / Elihu Katz and Tamar Liebes -- Pt. II: The history and future of the media event. 4. Historical perspectives on media events: a comparison of the Lisbon Earthquake in 1755 and the Tsunami Catastrophe in 2004 / Jurgen Wilke -- 5. From media events to ritual to commnuicative form / Eric W. Rothenbuhler -- 6. Media spectacle and media events: some critical reflections / Douglas Kellner -- Pt. III: Media events in the frame of contemporary social and cultural media theory. 7. Creating a national holiday: media events, symbolic capital and symbolic power / Friedrich Krotz -- 8. Modalities of mediation / Joost van Loon -- 9. Media events, Eurovision and societal centers / Goran Bolin -- Pt. IV: Media events and everyday identities. 10. Permanent turbulence and reparatory work: a dramaturgical approach to late modern television / Peter Csigo -- 11. Media events and gendered identities in South Asia: Miss World going 'deshi' / Robert Wildermuth -- 12. Media event, culture, and lifestyle management: observations on the influence of media events on everyday culture / Udo Gottlich -- Pt. V: Media events and global politics. 13. In pursuit of a global image: media events as political communication / Nancy K. Rivenburgh -- 14. 9/11 and the transformation of globalized media events / Agnieszka Stepinska -- 15. Eventspheres as discursive forms: (re-)negotiating the 'mediated center' in new network cultures / Ingrid Volkmer and Florian Deffner -- Pt. VI: Media events and cultural contexts. 16. Sports events: The Olympics in Greece / Roy Panagiotopoulou -- 17. Performing global 'news": indigenizing WTO as media event / Lisa Leung -- 18. Religious media events: the Catholic "World Youth Day" as an example of the mediatization and individualization of religion / Andreas Hepp and Veronika Kronert -- 19. Conclusion. The media events debate: moving to the the next stage / Stewart M. Hoover
Control code
000044133284
Extent
309 p
Isbn
9780415477109
Lccn
2009016086
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.b24387587
System control number
  • eblnew0203872606
  • (OCoLC)237881126

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