Four phases of mediatization
: An analysis of the mediatization
of politics, The International Journal of Press/Politics, 13(3): 228-246.
More recently, the mediatization
theory (Schulz, 2004; Couldry & Hepp, 2013) emphasized the notion that "media logic" increasingly determines the actions of different social institutions and groups, depicting a scenario in which the form and content of messages are conditioned by their transmission through mass media.
In the characterization and interpretation of the discoursive practices of the mediatization
of the violence phenomenon at school the situations typified as violent in school spaces and their discoursive shifting were identified during the eighteen years of the research.
Go East Young Man: Seek Wisdom from Laozi and Buddha: On How to Metatheorize Mediatization
Keywords: Israeli-Palestinian conflict, mediatization
, message, negotiation, rhetoric
We are reminded that symbolism is part of religion as well as its mediatization
Drawing on the concepts of mediatization
and journalistic interventionism, Professor Cushion empirically traces the shift from edited to live reporting from a cross-national perspective, focusing on the two-way convention in political coverage and the more interpretive approach to journalism it promotes.
And, finally, with regard to mediatization
, a major focus must be on the relationship between tourists and the images, symbolic expressions and representations of tourist assets and resources.
and Social Space: Recosntructing Mediatization
for the Transmedia age.
Here, Simonson privileges live performance over its mediatization
, thus aligning herself with a scholarly perspective she elsewhere claims to oppose.
This English translation of Andreas Hepp's German work (originally published in 2011) provides an excellent introduction to and summary of much of the literature on mediatization
, including discussion of Hepp's own work.
Finalmente, las reflexiones del autor acerca del concepto de cambio social y de comunicacion para el cambio pueden contribuir al debate contemporaneo sobre el concepto de mediatization
que en los ultimos anos se ha afirmado -en particular en la academia europea- como concepto dominante en la investigacion sobre cambio y medios de comunicacion (Couldry & Hepp, 2013).