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2001-5119
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Tom 37 (2016): Zeszyt s1 (August 2016)

Informacje o czasopiśmie
Format
Czasopismo
eISSN
2001-5119
Pierwsze wydanie
01 Mar 2013
Częstotliwość wydawania
2 razy w roku
Języki
Angielski

Wyszukiwanie

16 Artykułów
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Media Presence – Mobile Modernities: The 22nd Nordic Conference on Media and Communication Research

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 3 - 6

Abstrakt

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Been There, Done That: Communication, Meta-Communication and Presence

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 7 - 22

Abstrakt

Abstract

Digital media have been defined as meta-media that integrate new as well as old media on a single technological platform. As such, digital media enable new forms of meta-communication about the conditions under which communication is accomplished. The resulting meta-data bear witness to who was present, when, where and doing what, and these meta-data remain present for system administrators, regulators, marketers and other third parties to reinterpret and recycle. This article outlines the importance of meta-communication for contemporary communication theory, examines mediated presence as an instance of meta-communication, and addresses the implications of digitally mediated presence for current issues of surveillance.

Słowa kluczowe

  • communication theory
  • meta-communication
  • meta-media
  • presence
  • surveillance
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You Can’t Smell Roses Online: Intruding Media and Reverse Domestication

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 25 - 39

Abstrakt

Abstract

There is an emerging range of self-help guides advising users on how to minimise their interaction with media. The aim is to create a lifestyle and identity that is less media-centred and more grounded in “real life”. This article discusses media self-help in the light of theories of media domestication, highlighting processes where the aim is to reduce the importance of, rather than to incorporate, media and communication technology into users’ lives. Based on a sample of 30 guides from the self-help site Wikihow dealing with how to handle television, games and social media respectively, the article discusses media self-help strategies in relation to key concepts of domestication theory: appropriation, objectification, incorporation and conversion. In conclusion, the article argues that strategies of withdrawal and resistance should receive more attention in media studies, and point to the concept of reverse domestication as one way of highlighting such strategies.

Słowa kluczowe

  • domestication
  • reverse domestication
  • self-help
  • television
  • games
  • social media
  • Wikihow
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Cooperation, Media and Framing Processes: Insights from a Baltic Sea Case Study

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 41 - 55

Abstrakt

Abstract

Cooperation and communication play an important role for environmental governance. This holds true for the Baltic Sea in Northern Europe, one of the most disturbed ecosystems in the world, where insufficient cooperation between different stakeholders is one reason for goal failure. This article addresses the linkages between (media) framing on the one hand, and cooperation on the other. The case in focus is a set of negotiations related to the Baltic Sea Action Plan, the most central governance strategy in the Baltic Sea region. Our results show that in order to influence political decision-making, key stakeholders compete over the power to define and interpret problems, causes and solutions to an extent impeding cooperation. We focus the analysis on eutrophication, which we show to be a complex and controversial topic, framed in incompatible ways by different stakeholders.

Słowa kluczowe

  • framing
  • cooperation
  • Baltic Sea
  • environmental governance
  • eutrophication
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Examining the Experiences of Older Women with ICTs: Interrelations of Generation-Specific Media Practices and Individual Media Biographies

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 57 - 70

Abstrakt

Abstract

A current empirical study explores how Austrian women aged 60 to 70 use and ascribe meaning to ICTs such as television, radio, mobile phone, computer or the Internet. In the study, life-graphs, semi-structured interviews, and indoor walking interviews are used to examine the everyday usage and interpretation of ICTs by older women, coming from various social backgrounds and living in the Austrian region of Styria. Analysing empirical material of the study, this paper focuses on the interrelation of generation-specific media practices and individual (media) biographies as they both influence older women's usage of and attitude towards ICTs. By using Maierhofer's concept of “anocriticism” as a frame for the analysis of the material in addition to Mannheim's idea of “generation location”, it becomes possible to elaborate on a more nuanced understanding of the relation between collective experiences within time and individual life-course perspectives in the context of ICTs.

Słowa kluczowe

  • older female ICT users
  • ageing
  • generation-specific media practices
  • media biographies
  • anocriticism
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Gaming Expertise: Doing Gender and Maintaining Social Relationships in the Context of Gamers’ Daily Lives

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 71 - 83

Abstrakt

Abstract

This article argues for an attempt to rethink what counts as gaming expertise. Often, expertise is configured as a fixed and measurable rather than relational capacity – having the necessary level of knowledge with a skill to become expert, or to rise above a particular and objectively defined level of competency. Drawing on interviews with women playing the massively multiplayer online game

Massively multiplayer online games are games capable of supporting large numbers of players interacting, competing and cooperating, as they simultaneously inhabit the persistent open world of the game space.

World of Warcraft, the article argues for an understanding of gaming expertise as a relational, highly contextual capacity, operating and embedded in everyday situations. Through the lens of gaming expertise, the article teases out the complex ways in which gender, technology and identity intersect and are constructed and negotiated in different social contexts.

Słowa kluczowe

  • expertise
  • gaming
  • gender
  • everyday life
  • game culture
access type Otwarty dostęp

News Framing in a Time of Terror: A Study of the Media Coverage of the Copenhagen Shootings

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 85 - 99

Abstrakt

Abstract

On Saturday afternoon, 14 February 2015, a man attacked a public meeting at Krudttønden in Copenhagen and later the city's synagogue, killing two persons. The attacks did not take the Danish media by surprise since they had recently been engaged in the coverage of similar events, reporting the attacks at the Charlie Hebdo office in Paris in January 2015.

This article analyses how the Danish television channel DR1 framed the attacks in the newscast from the first shot at Krudttønden and for the following week. Furthermore, the analysis will discuss how the framing of the shooting as a “terror attack” transformed the news coverage into a “news media” media event, abandoning the journalistic norm of critical approach while the media instead became the scene of national mourning.

Słowa kluczowe

  • framing
  • terror
  • media events
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Measuring Resurgence of Religion?: Methodological Considerations in a Study of Swedish Editorials

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 101 - 114

Abstrakt

Abstract

The debate about a resurgence of religion in the public life of Western European societies is ongoing in media and academic circles. Yet there is a shortage of systematic and longitudinal empirical studies of the coverage of religion in European mass media. This article presents some empirical findings, but the focus is on methodological considerations in a longitudinal quantitative content analysis of indicators of religion in editorials in the Swedish daily press from 1976 to 2010. We present and discuss how the selection of keywords and of analytical units affects the outcome of our analysis as to tendencies over time regarding the frequency of religion indicators. As our results show, the question of a resurgence of religion in the daily press has no simple answer. Thus, methodological issues concerning reliability, validity and reflexivity are of crucial importance for this and similar studies measuring cultural change as reflected in the daily press.

Słowa kluczowe

  • religion
  • editorials
  • Sweden
  • methodology
access type Otwarty dostęp

Mediated Spies: Cold War Espionage Affairs in European Newspapers

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 115 - 130

Abstrakt

Abstract

This article explores how 13 mainstream newspapers in five countries (Norway, Sweden, BRD, DDR and UK) covered the first week of three high-profile spy affairs in the late Cold War: Arne Treholt (Norway), Geoffrey Prime (UK) and Günter Guillaume (BRD).

The Eastern European newspapers followed in their governments’ footsteps and prolonged the politics of silence. In the West, newspapers framed the espionage using an issue-specific cultural frame, the traitor. Stories are spiced up by irrelevant and false facts, inspired by the spy stories in the fiction media. The traitor frame is constructed in two variations: the single spy betraying his country and the government forsaking its people by being “soft on the Soviets” or “careless about security”. The study indicates no significant differences in coverage between the four Western countries or between the three espionage affairs.

Słowa kluczowe

  • espionage
  • Cold War
  • newspapers
  • framing
  • Treholt
  • Guillaume
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The Role of Offline Places for Communication and Social Interaction in Online and Virtual Spaces in the Multinational Workplace

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 131 - 146

Abstrakt

Abstract

There is a common assumption that information communication technology (ICT) enables employees to work together and to be virtually co-present, regardless of time and place. However, previous studies of social networking sites (e.g. Facebook and social enterprise media in work settings) show a consistent tendency among users to reconnect and communicate online almost exclusively with people they already know. The paper at hand examines in depth what role shared places have in knowledge work and in creating a virtual or online co-presence among knowledge professionals. The findings of the present study show that the tendency of communicating with known others in online spaces is also at play in the offline workplace, as professionals approach those whom they already know when in need of work-related help. One of the conclusions is that the geographical workplace plays a key role in creating a common ground for communication and social integration among employees, since a core dimension in knowledge work is social interaction. The paper uses insights from a qualitative and longitudinal case study (2010–2013) of a multinational consultancy company.

Słowa kluczowe

  • co-presence
  • workplace
  • working practices
  • social interaction
  • social enterprise media
  • ICT
  • structuration theory
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Construction of Populism: Meanings Given to Populism in the Nordic Press

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 147 - 161

Abstrakt

Abstract

The terminology of populism is often taken for granted, even though the very meaning of populism is quite unclear. The article approaches populism by exploring the meanings given to the term in the Nordic press during the first parliamentary elections of the 2010s in Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark. A combination of the quantitative content analysis and the qualitative frame analysis of the leading quality and popular papers is favoured. In the study of the use of populism in the British press the conclusion was that the term was used more or less explicitly in a pejorative way, although uses of the term varied and had no consistent logic. In the Nordic press recurring frames were found, but the meanings given to populism were only fully understood in their political and cultural contexts. The different life phases of the domestic populist parties as well as differences in Nordic political cultures especially explain the variation in the usage of the term.

Słowa kluczowe

  • populism
  • Nordic countries
  • newspapers
  • frame analysis
  • constructivism
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The Right to Privacy under Pressure

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 165 - 170

Abstrakt

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Three Models of Privacy: New Perspectives on Informational Privacy

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 171 - 175

Abstrakt

access type Otwarty dostęp

Cultures of Surveillance: Privacy and Compliant Exchange

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 177 - 182

Abstrakt

access type Otwarty dostęp

PSB 3.0: TV and the Digital and Global Challenge

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 185 - 191

Abstrakt

access type Otwarty dostęp

The Role of Traditional Media in a Converging Media World

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 193 - 197

Abstrakt

16 Artykułów
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Media Presence – Mobile Modernities: The 22nd Nordic Conference on Media and Communication Research

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 3 - 6

Abstrakt

access type Otwarty dostęp

Been There, Done That: Communication, Meta-Communication and Presence

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 7 - 22

Abstrakt

Abstract

Digital media have been defined as meta-media that integrate new as well as old media on a single technological platform. As such, digital media enable new forms of meta-communication about the conditions under which communication is accomplished. The resulting meta-data bear witness to who was present, when, where and doing what, and these meta-data remain present for system administrators, regulators, marketers and other third parties to reinterpret and recycle. This article outlines the importance of meta-communication for contemporary communication theory, examines mediated presence as an instance of meta-communication, and addresses the implications of digitally mediated presence for current issues of surveillance.

Słowa kluczowe

  • communication theory
  • meta-communication
  • meta-media
  • presence
  • surveillance
access type Otwarty dostęp

You Can’t Smell Roses Online: Intruding Media and Reverse Domestication

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 25 - 39

Abstrakt

Abstract

There is an emerging range of self-help guides advising users on how to minimise their interaction with media. The aim is to create a lifestyle and identity that is less media-centred and more grounded in “real life”. This article discusses media self-help in the light of theories of media domestication, highlighting processes where the aim is to reduce the importance of, rather than to incorporate, media and communication technology into users’ lives. Based on a sample of 30 guides from the self-help site Wikihow dealing with how to handle television, games and social media respectively, the article discusses media self-help strategies in relation to key concepts of domestication theory: appropriation, objectification, incorporation and conversion. In conclusion, the article argues that strategies of withdrawal and resistance should receive more attention in media studies, and point to the concept of reverse domestication as one way of highlighting such strategies.

Słowa kluczowe

  • domestication
  • reverse domestication
  • self-help
  • television
  • games
  • social media
  • Wikihow
access type Otwarty dostęp

Cooperation, Media and Framing Processes: Insights from a Baltic Sea Case Study

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 41 - 55

Abstrakt

Abstract

Cooperation and communication play an important role for environmental governance. This holds true for the Baltic Sea in Northern Europe, one of the most disturbed ecosystems in the world, where insufficient cooperation between different stakeholders is one reason for goal failure. This article addresses the linkages between (media) framing on the one hand, and cooperation on the other. The case in focus is a set of negotiations related to the Baltic Sea Action Plan, the most central governance strategy in the Baltic Sea region. Our results show that in order to influence political decision-making, key stakeholders compete over the power to define and interpret problems, causes and solutions to an extent impeding cooperation. We focus the analysis on eutrophication, which we show to be a complex and controversial topic, framed in incompatible ways by different stakeholders.

Słowa kluczowe

  • framing
  • cooperation
  • Baltic Sea
  • environmental governance
  • eutrophication
access type Otwarty dostęp

Examining the Experiences of Older Women with ICTs: Interrelations of Generation-Specific Media Practices and Individual Media Biographies

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 57 - 70

Abstrakt

Abstract

A current empirical study explores how Austrian women aged 60 to 70 use and ascribe meaning to ICTs such as television, radio, mobile phone, computer or the Internet. In the study, life-graphs, semi-structured interviews, and indoor walking interviews are used to examine the everyday usage and interpretation of ICTs by older women, coming from various social backgrounds and living in the Austrian region of Styria. Analysing empirical material of the study, this paper focuses on the interrelation of generation-specific media practices and individual (media) biographies as they both influence older women's usage of and attitude towards ICTs. By using Maierhofer's concept of “anocriticism” as a frame for the analysis of the material in addition to Mannheim's idea of “generation location”, it becomes possible to elaborate on a more nuanced understanding of the relation between collective experiences within time and individual life-course perspectives in the context of ICTs.

Słowa kluczowe

  • older female ICT users
  • ageing
  • generation-specific media practices
  • media biographies
  • anocriticism
access type Otwarty dostęp

Gaming Expertise: Doing Gender and Maintaining Social Relationships in the Context of Gamers’ Daily Lives

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 71 - 83

Abstrakt

Abstract

This article argues for an attempt to rethink what counts as gaming expertise. Often, expertise is configured as a fixed and measurable rather than relational capacity – having the necessary level of knowledge with a skill to become expert, or to rise above a particular and objectively defined level of competency. Drawing on interviews with women playing the massively multiplayer online game

Massively multiplayer online games are games capable of supporting large numbers of players interacting, competing and cooperating, as they simultaneously inhabit the persistent open world of the game space.

World of Warcraft, the article argues for an understanding of gaming expertise as a relational, highly contextual capacity, operating and embedded in everyday situations. Through the lens of gaming expertise, the article teases out the complex ways in which gender, technology and identity intersect and are constructed and negotiated in different social contexts.

Słowa kluczowe

  • expertise
  • gaming
  • gender
  • everyday life
  • game culture
access type Otwarty dostęp

News Framing in a Time of Terror: A Study of the Media Coverage of the Copenhagen Shootings

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 85 - 99

Abstrakt

Abstract

On Saturday afternoon, 14 February 2015, a man attacked a public meeting at Krudttønden in Copenhagen and later the city's synagogue, killing two persons. The attacks did not take the Danish media by surprise since they had recently been engaged in the coverage of similar events, reporting the attacks at the Charlie Hebdo office in Paris in January 2015.

This article analyses how the Danish television channel DR1 framed the attacks in the newscast from the first shot at Krudttønden and for the following week. Furthermore, the analysis will discuss how the framing of the shooting as a “terror attack” transformed the news coverage into a “news media” media event, abandoning the journalistic norm of critical approach while the media instead became the scene of national mourning.

Słowa kluczowe

  • framing
  • terror
  • media events
access type Otwarty dostęp

Measuring Resurgence of Religion?: Methodological Considerations in a Study of Swedish Editorials

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 101 - 114

Abstrakt

Abstract

The debate about a resurgence of religion in the public life of Western European societies is ongoing in media and academic circles. Yet there is a shortage of systematic and longitudinal empirical studies of the coverage of religion in European mass media. This article presents some empirical findings, but the focus is on methodological considerations in a longitudinal quantitative content analysis of indicators of religion in editorials in the Swedish daily press from 1976 to 2010. We present and discuss how the selection of keywords and of analytical units affects the outcome of our analysis as to tendencies over time regarding the frequency of religion indicators. As our results show, the question of a resurgence of religion in the daily press has no simple answer. Thus, methodological issues concerning reliability, validity and reflexivity are of crucial importance for this and similar studies measuring cultural change as reflected in the daily press.

Słowa kluczowe

  • religion
  • editorials
  • Sweden
  • methodology
access type Otwarty dostęp

Mediated Spies: Cold War Espionage Affairs in European Newspapers

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 115 - 130

Abstrakt

Abstract

This article explores how 13 mainstream newspapers in five countries (Norway, Sweden, BRD, DDR and UK) covered the first week of three high-profile spy affairs in the late Cold War: Arne Treholt (Norway), Geoffrey Prime (UK) and Günter Guillaume (BRD).

The Eastern European newspapers followed in their governments’ footsteps and prolonged the politics of silence. In the West, newspapers framed the espionage using an issue-specific cultural frame, the traitor. Stories are spiced up by irrelevant and false facts, inspired by the spy stories in the fiction media. The traitor frame is constructed in two variations: the single spy betraying his country and the government forsaking its people by being “soft on the Soviets” or “careless about security”. The study indicates no significant differences in coverage between the four Western countries or between the three espionage affairs.

Słowa kluczowe

  • espionage
  • Cold War
  • newspapers
  • framing
  • Treholt
  • Guillaume
access type Otwarty dostęp

The Role of Offline Places for Communication and Social Interaction in Online and Virtual Spaces in the Multinational Workplace

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 131 - 146

Abstrakt

Abstract

There is a common assumption that information communication technology (ICT) enables employees to work together and to be virtually co-present, regardless of time and place. However, previous studies of social networking sites (e.g. Facebook and social enterprise media in work settings) show a consistent tendency among users to reconnect and communicate online almost exclusively with people they already know. The paper at hand examines in depth what role shared places have in knowledge work and in creating a virtual or online co-presence among knowledge professionals. The findings of the present study show that the tendency of communicating with known others in online spaces is also at play in the offline workplace, as professionals approach those whom they already know when in need of work-related help. One of the conclusions is that the geographical workplace plays a key role in creating a common ground for communication and social integration among employees, since a core dimension in knowledge work is social interaction. The paper uses insights from a qualitative and longitudinal case study (2010–2013) of a multinational consultancy company.

Słowa kluczowe

  • co-presence
  • workplace
  • working practices
  • social interaction
  • social enterprise media
  • ICT
  • structuration theory
access type Otwarty dostęp

Construction of Populism: Meanings Given to Populism in the Nordic Press

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 147 - 161

Abstrakt

Abstract

The terminology of populism is often taken for granted, even though the very meaning of populism is quite unclear. The article approaches populism by exploring the meanings given to the term in the Nordic press during the first parliamentary elections of the 2010s in Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark. A combination of the quantitative content analysis and the qualitative frame analysis of the leading quality and popular papers is favoured. In the study of the use of populism in the British press the conclusion was that the term was used more or less explicitly in a pejorative way, although uses of the term varied and had no consistent logic. In the Nordic press recurring frames were found, but the meanings given to populism were only fully understood in their political and cultural contexts. The different life phases of the domestic populist parties as well as differences in Nordic political cultures especially explain the variation in the usage of the term.

Słowa kluczowe

  • populism
  • Nordic countries
  • newspapers
  • frame analysis
  • constructivism
access type Otwarty dostęp

The Right to Privacy under Pressure

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 165 - 170

Abstrakt

access type Otwarty dostęp

Three Models of Privacy: New Perspectives on Informational Privacy

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 171 - 175

Abstrakt

access type Otwarty dostęp

Cultures of Surveillance: Privacy and Compliant Exchange

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 177 - 182

Abstrakt

access type Otwarty dostęp

PSB 3.0: TV and the Digital and Global Challenge

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 185 - 191

Abstrakt

access type Otwarty dostęp

The Role of Traditional Media in a Converging Media World

Data publikacji: 07 Jul 2020
Zakres stron: 193 - 197

Abstrakt

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