By Frank Hillebrandt
By Frank Hillebrandt
By Sylvain Parasie,Cyril Lemieux,Par Éric Dagiral,Eric Dagiral
Que n’a-t-on dit de l’emprise qu’exerce sur les médias français l’actuel Président de los angeles République ? Ce serait grâce à des réseaux tissés de longue date parmi les consumers de presse et à de subtils jeux d’intimidation/séduction avec les journalistes que le candidat UMP, lors de l. a. campagne présidentielle de 2007, serait parvenu à capter à son revenue le jeu médiatique et, par ce biais, à persuader une majorité d’électeurs de le porter à los angeles tête de l’État. los angeles sociologie peut-elle nous aider à démêler ce que ces thèses comportent de vrai ? Elle en est able assurément, si l’on considère l. a. quantité impressionnante de connaissances qu’elle a accumulées, depuis une soixantaine d’années, au sujet des kinfolk entre médias et pouvoir politique. Qu’il s’agisse des processus d’inscription de certains thèmes sur l’agenda médiatique, des effets qu’ont sur le vote l. a. book de sondages et les mises en scène médiatiques de l’actualité, ou encore, du rôle que net joue désormais dans les débats publics, de telles connaissances peuvent permettre aux citoyens de résister aux effets d’imposition propres aux discours médiatiques aussi bien qu’aux amalgames trompeurs que véhicule l. a. critique des médias souvent caricaturale. Ce livre applique et explique ce que les sciences sociales nous apprennent de ces questions en reprenant le contenu d’un weblog invité du monde.fr (www.lemonde.fr) dans lequel l’auteur analysa à chaud, d’un element de vue inspiré par l. a. sociologie, le traitement médiatique de l. a. campagne présidentielle.
By François Hourmant
Moment de remise en reason des certitudes, les années soixante-dix et quatre-vingt constituent un tournant pour l'intelligentsia progressiste qui apostasie sa foi en los angeles révolution. Toute une constellation de thèmes a jalonné cette période charnière : l'affaire Soljénitsyne, l. a. montée de l. a. dissidence et los angeles problématique du totalitarisme. Le champ intellectuel a enregistré un basculement vers les valeurs de los angeles démocratie et les droits de l'homme.
By Astrid Ensslin,Eben Muse
This e-book goals to supply insights into how ‘second lives’ within the feel of digital identities and groups are developed textually, semiotically and discursively, specifically in the net atmosphere moment lifestyles and vastly Multiplayer on-line video games equivalent to global of Warcraft. The book’s philosophy is multi-disciplinary and its goal is to discover the query of the way we as avid gamers and citizens of digital worlds build substitute on-line realities in numerous methods. Of specific value to this endeavour are conceptions of the physique in our on-line world and of spatiality, which manifests itself in ‘natural’ and outfitted environments in addition to the triad of house, position and panorama. The participants’ disciplinary backgrounds comprise media, communique, cultural and literary experiences, they usually research problems with reception and construction, identification, group, gender, spatiality, normal and outfitted environments utilizing a plethora of methodological ways starting from theoretical and philosophical contemplation via social semiotics to corpus-based discourse analysis.
By Greg McLaughlin
This re-creation considerably updates the unique, finishing with a longer part at the go back of heritage and beliefs to the reporting of overseas clash. It examines the ‘war on terror’ framework that ruled the 1st decade of the twenty first century and, as Russia imposes itself once more at the foreign level, asks if it could good fall down to a brand new, chilly warfare framework. if that is so, what is going to that suggest for the hot iteration of conflict correspondents, attuned to not background or ideology yet to the politics of the subsequent clash?
The publication good points interviews with popular conflict and international correspondents corresponding to John Pilger, Robert Fisk, Mary Dejevsky and Alex Thomson.
By Bruno Lessard
The artwork of Subtraction is the 1st full-length learn at the CD-ROM as an artistic platform. Bruno Lessard lines the increase and comparatively swift fall of the CD-ROM within the Eighties and Nineteen Nineties and its effect as an inventive platform for media artists corresponding to Jean-Louis Boissier, Zoe Beloff, Adriene Jenik, and Chris Marker. even supposing the CD-ROM was once no longer a long-lasting advertisement luck it used to be a colourful medium that allowed for experimentation in adapting literary works. construction at the paintings of Gilles Deleuze and Michele Foucault, Lessard establishes a comparative framework for linking electronic variations with leading edge ideas akin to 'subtractive model' and the 'object photo' that would be of curiosity to researchers reading literary variations on different electronic structures comparable to web pages, clever telephones, capsules, and electronic video games. The artwork of Subtraction is an engaging research of intermediality within the past due 20th century and it offers the 1st bankruptcy within the but unwritten historical past of electronic model.
Strong, attractive items show the thrill of privatization, the unshackling of the rustic and the forces inside of it, the reporting of it, the creation of it, of advancements either fabric and ethical in Indian information and India. A must-read to appreciate the tectonic shift Indian media and journalism has witnessed over the past twenty-five years.
By Marcia Feuerstein,Gray Read
How do constructions act with humans and between humans within the performances of existence? This choice of essays finds a deep alliance among structure and the appearing arts, uncovering its roots in old tales, and tracing a continuing culture of concept that emerges in modern perform. With clean perception, the authors ask how structures practice with humans as companions, instead of how they give the impression of being as formal compositions. They concentrate on activities: the door that provides the potential for creating a dramatic front, the window that frames a scene, and town road that's reworked in carnival. The essays additionally ponder the layout strategy as a functionality improvised between many avid gamers and supply examples of modern perform that integrates theater and dance.
This assortment advances architectural idea, heritage, and feedback through providing the lens of functionality so one can have interaction the a number of roles that structures can play, with out decreasing them to practical different types. through casting structure as spatial motion instead of as static shape, those essays open a promising road for destiny investigation.
For architects, the essays suggest integrating functionality into layout via playful explorations that could display extreme relationships among humans and position, and between humans in position. Such practices enhance an architectural mind's eye that intuitively asks, 'How may possibly humans play out their tales during this place?' and 'How could this position spark new stories?' Questions comparable to those dwell within the middle of the entire essays provided the following. jointly, they open a place within the intersection among way of life and staged functionality to reconsider the function of architectural design.
By Rosalind Coward
This publication argues that the non-public voice, that is frequently disparaged in journalism educating, is and constantly has been a regularly occurring type of journalism. satirically, the purpose of 'objective' newshounds is usually to be recognized for a particular 'voice'. This own voice is turning into more and more obvious within the context of 'the confessional society'.
By Emily Chivers Yochim
"Intellectually deft and energetic to learn, Skate Life is a vital addition to the literature on formative years cultures, modern masculinity, and the position of media in id formation."
---Janice A. Radway, Northwestern college, writer of Reading the Romance: girls, Patriarchy, and renowned Literature
"With her stylish study layout and complicated array of anthropological and media stories techniques, Emily Chivers Yochim has produced the most effective books approximately race, gender, and sophistication that i've got learn within the final ten years. In a second the place celebratory reviews of adlescent, formative years subcultures, and their dating to media abound, this publication stands as a brilliantly argued research of the restrictions of stripling subcultures and their ambiguous courting to mainstream advertisement culture."
---Ellen Seiter, collage of Southern California
"Yochim has made a beneficial contribution to media and cultural reviews in addition to formative years and American reviews through engaging in this study and by way of coining the word 'corresponding cultures,' which conceptualizes the advanced and dynamic procedures skate boarders hire to barter their identities as a part of either mainstream and counter-cultures."
---JoEllen Fisherkeller, long island University
Skate Life examines how younger male skate boarders use skate tradition media within the creation in their identities. Emily Chivers Yochim deals a accomplished ethnographic research of an Ann Arbor, Michigan, skateboarding neighborhood, situating it inside a bigger ancient exam of skateboarding's portrayal in mainstream media and a critique of mainstream, area of interest, and in the neighborhood produced media texts (such as, for instance, Jackass, Viva l. a. Bam, and Dogtown and Z-Boys). The publication makes use of those components to argue that adolescent boys can either critique dominant norms of masculinity and preserve the facility that white heterosexual masculinity bargains. also, Yochim makes use of those analyses to introduce the suggestion of "corresponding cultures," conceptualizing the ways that media audiences either argue with and include mediated photographs into their very own principles approximately id. In a robust mix of anthropological and media stories methods, Skate Life asks very important questions of the literature on formative years and offers new methods of assessing how youngsters create their identities.
Emily Chivers Yochim is Assistant Professor within the division of verbal exchange Arts, Allegheny College.
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