Developments in contemporary media theory and methodologies deployed in the analysis of global media will be addressed throughout. Undergraduate subjects Graduate subjects Research subjects.
The version of this subject is now available. View full page About this subject Overview Eligibility and requirements Assessment Dates and times Further information Timetable opens in new window Contact information Please refer to the specific study period for contact information. Overview Availability Semester 2. British Journal of Sociology, 67 1. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 18 5.
New Media and Society, 17 6. Couldry, Nick Social media: human life. Couldry, Nick Illusions of immediacy: rediscovering Hall's early work on media. Media, Culture and Society, 37 4. MacDonald, Richard L. Sociological Review, 63 1. Journalism Studies, 16 1. ISSN X. Couldry, Nick The myth of 'us': digital networks, political change and the production of collectivity. Information, Communication and Society, 18 6. Fotopoulou, Aristea and Couldry, Nick Telling the story of the stories: online content curation and digital engagement.
Information, Communication and Society, 18 2. Couldry, Nick and Powell, Alison Big data from the bottom up. Big Data and Society, 1 2. Couldry, Nick A necessary disenchantment: myth, agency and injustice in a digital world.
Sociological Review, 62 4. Narrative exchange and the changing terms of civic culture. Citizenship Studies, 18 Couldry, Nick and Turow, Joseph Advertising, big data and the clearance of the public realm: marketers' new approaches to the content subsidy. International Journal of Communication, 8. Couldry, Nick Afterword: tracing the civic.
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Ethnography, 15 1. Stephansen, Hilde C. Information, Communication and Society, 17 Couldry, Nick and Hepp, Andreas Conceptualizing mediatization: contexts, traditions, arguments. Communication Theory, 23 3. Couldry, Nick , Gray, Mary L. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 57 4. Couldry, Nick Relegitimation crisis: beyond the dull compulsion of media-saturated life. Divinatio, Seachange, online. Couldry, Nick and Fenton, Natalie Occupy: rediscovering the general will in hard times.
Possible Futures. Cultural Sociology, 5 2.
Cultural Studies, 25 Culture Machine. Couldry, Nick Can Labour find a voice? Our Kingdom. Couldry, Nick Voice lite: Power fails to address the real democratic deficit. Couldry, Nick The missing value in British politics. Couldry, Nick Media w kontekscie praktyk: proba teoretyczna. Kultura Popularna, 27 1. Couldry, Nick Television as a ritual space. Studies of Broadcasting Culture, 22 1. Matrizes, 4 1. Couldry, Nick Does 'the media' have a future? European Journal of Communication, 24 4. Couldry, Nick My media studies: thoughts from Nick Couldry.
Television and New Media, 10 1. Couldry, Nick Rethinking the politics of voice: commentary. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 23 4. Couldry, Nick Mediatization or mediation? Alternative understandings of the emergent space of digital storytelling.
New Media and Society, 10 3. Couldry, Nick Reality TV, or the secret theater of neoliberalism. Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, 30 3. Couldry, Nick and Markham, Tim Troubled closeness or satisfied distance? Researching media consumption and public orientation.
Media, Culture and Society, 30 1. Couldry, Nick and Markham, Tim Celebrity culture and public connection: bridge or chasm? International Journal of Cultural Studies, 10 4.
Couldry, Nick Commentary. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 20 2. Couldry, Nick Comparative media research as if we really meant it. Global Media and Communication, 3 3. Couldry, Nick and Dreher, Tanja Globalization and the public sphere: exploring the space of community media in Sydney. Global Media and Communication, 3 1. Couldry, Nick New media for global citizens? The future of the digital divide debate. Brown Journal of World Affairs, 14 1. Couldry, Nick Pilgrimage in mediaspace: continuities and transformations.
Etnofoor, 20 1.
Couldry, Nick and Rothenbuhler, Eric W. Media, Culture and Society, 29 4. Markham, Tim and Couldry, Nick Tracking the reflexivity of the dis engaged citizen: some methodological reflections. Qualitative Inquiry, 13 5. Couldry, Nick Culture and citizenship: the missing link? European Journal of Cultural Studies, 9 3. Couldry, Nick Media and the ethics of 'reality' construction. Southern Review: Communication, Politics and Culture, 39 1.
Couldry, Nick and Markham, Tim Public connection through media consumption: between oversocialization and de-socialization? Communication Review, 8 2. Cultural Studies - Critical Methodologies, 5 3. Couldry, Nick The productive 'consumer' and the dispersed 'citizen'. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 7 1. Couldry, Nick In the place of a common culture, what? Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, 26 1.
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Couldry, Nick Liveness, 'reality', and the mediated habitus from television to the mobile phone. Communication Review, 7 4. Couldry, Nick Theorising media as practice. Social Semiotics, 14 2. Couldry, Nick Media meta-capital: extending the range of Bourdieu's field theory.