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Media Studies Udo Göttlich DAS UNEINHEITLICHE FELD DER »MEDIA STUDIES« Media Studies bzw. Media and Cultural Studies haben im letzten Jahrzehnt vor allem im anglo-amerikanischen Raum eine starke Resonanz erfahren. Die kulturverän- dernden Dimensionen der Medien und der Medienkommunikation bilden den Dreh- und Angelpunkt unterschiedlicher Ansätze, Konzepte und Bestrebungen, die sich jedoch wegen ihrer unterschiedlichen theoretischen Ausrichtungen kaum als eine einheitliche Disziplin oder Perspektive begreifen lassen. Vielmehr handelt es sich um eine

Analysis and Research. An Overview
A Critical Encounter

311 Astrid Ensslin and James Pope Digital Literature in Creative and Media Studies Introduction Despite an increasing number of critical, applied (pedagogic), and empirical studies on digital literature performed in the UK (e.g. by Ensslin and Bell; Pope), formalized, systematic teaching is only now—with the take-off of the Web 2.0 and open source technologies—beginning to emerge in the tertiary education sector. That said, at the time of writing this evolution is mostly tak- ing place in Media and Creative Studies departments rather than the “tradi

In Bewegung Überlegungen zu einem affektiv performativen Zugang in den Gender Media Studies 1 - 72 | Brigitte Hipfl 2 common sense 3 Überlegungen zu einem affektiv-performativen Zugang in den Gender Media Studies | 73 und und 4 74 | Brigitte Hipfl Überlegungen zu einem affektiv-performativen Zugang in den Gender Media Studies | 75 5 76 | Brigitte Hipfl Überlegungen zu einem affektiv-performativen Zugang in den Gender Media Studies | 77 , 6 78 | Brigitte Hipfl Literatur Überlegungen zu einem affektiv-performativen Zugang in den Gender Media Studies

A Sprout of Doubt. The Debate on the Medium’s Agency in Mediumism, Media Studies, and Anthropology1 EHLER VOSS INTRODUCTION When I tell people that I researched current mediumistic healing in Germany for my anthropological PhD fieldwork, they often assume I was focusing on healing via television. This common association indicates the current use of the term “medium”. The philosopher and media theorist Boris Groys (2004) remarks that when we open a book nowadays with a title that contains the term “medium” we probably would expect a book on

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DCS | Digital Culture and Society | Vol. 1, Issue 1 | © transcript 2015 DOI 10.14361/dcs-2015-0107 Technological Materiality and Assumptions About ‘Active’ Human Agency Grant Bollmer Abstract One of the most notable challenges to emerge from the materialist turn in media studies is the rejection of the ‘active audience’ para- digm of British cultural studies. And yet, in spite of the increasing attention to materiality, many of the problems associated with the split between German media studies traditions and those derived from cultural studies persist

. Julius Erdmann holds a PhD in Cultural Studies and Philosophy from the Uni- versity of Potsdam and the University of Paris 8. In his thesis, he analyzed the socio-semiotic dimension of pictorial signs on Facebook during the Tunisian Rev- olution. Erdmann holds a Bachelor’s degree in Romance Studies, Media Studies, and Psychology, and a Master’s degree in Philosophy. His research focuses on the semiotics of culture, the philosophy of culture, new media, and subcultural iden- tity. Erdmann is member of the advisory board of the German Society of Semiot- ics and leader