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This book challenges social science to address the most important social change since the industrial revolution: the mediated communication order. More of our everyday lives and social institutions reflect the compelling media logic that resonates through conversation, interaction, marketing, as well as social programs, issues and foreign policy. We are beyond the time when people take into account media matters; rather, media matters are now incorporated as a kind of social form in routine and extraordinary activities. This thesis was first laid out in 'Media Logic', co-authored with Robert…mehr

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This book challenges social science to address the most important social change since the industrial revolution: the mediated communication order. More of our everyday lives and social institutions reflect the compelling media logic that resonates through conversation, interaction, marketing, as well as social programs, issues and foreign policy. We are beyond the time when people take into account media matters; rather, media matters are now incorporated as a kind of social form in routine and extraordinary activities. This thesis was first laid out in 'Media Logic', co-authored with Robert P. Snow in 1979.
Thirty-five years on, Altheide discusses his recent thinking about how media logic and mediation is a basic element in constructing social reality.
From the internet to the NSA, he shows how media logic has transformed audiences into personal networks guided by social media. He argues that we have reached the media edge as social media have all but eviscerated the audience as a significant factor in the communication equation; mediated communication is increasingly about media performances and individual selection to promote identity.

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  • Verlag: Peter Lang
  • Seitenzahl: 199
  • Erscheinungstermin: 1. September 2014
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781454195160
  • Artikelnr.: 53492021
Autorenporträt
David Altheide, PhD, is Emeritus Regents' Professor on the faculty of Justice and Social Inquiry in the School of Social Transformation at Arizona State University.
Inhaltsangabe
Contents: Media Logic, Social Power, and Fear - Symbolic Interaction Illuminates the Mediated World - Media Dramas and the Social Construction of Reality - Terrorism and Fear Post 9/11 - Terrorism and the National Security University - Risk Communication and the Discourse of Fear - Shielding Risk - Our Mediated Condition.
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"Written in a very congenial style, the book provides the reader with stimulating insights on increasingly important issues for media, citizens, and democracy." (Gianpietro Mazzoleni, University of Milan, Italy)
"Altheide argues that we have become swamped by a superfluity of media sources and outlets and so are forced to retreat to the most vivid and memorable - and fearful - of these voices, those that invoke the most simplistic images and solutions. Provocative and convincing - a must-read for anyone interested in our Fourth Estate." (Erich Goode, Sociology Professor Emeritus, Stony Brook University)