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A series of exchanges on participation in culture, media and politics

The International Journal of Communication (which is a free open access journal) is using its forum section to publish a series if exchanges on the topic of participation. The introductory exchange between Nick Couldry and Henry Jenkins introduces the idea … Continue reading

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Nick Couldry’s review essay on the convergence of cultural studies and sociology

The International Journal of Communication have just published a review essay by Nick Couldry on ‘Structures of Ambivalence: The Converging Horizons of Cultural Studies and Sociology‘ (it’s open access). Nick’s review responds to four books that explore this convergence – … Continue reading

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Nick Couldry on the myths of the digital age (and big data)

Nick Couldry’s inaugural lecture ‘A Necessary Disenchantment: Myth, Agency and Injustice in the Digital Age‘ is now available as an audio podcast or as a video. It’s a really far reaching talk on the myths that circulate about developments in … Continue reading

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