Keywords for Media Studies

Editors: Ouellette, Laurie and Gray, Jonathan
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher: New York University Press

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-1-4798-5961-0
Category: Social Sciences - Media & Communications
Book Status: Available
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Keywords for Media Studies introduces and aims to advance the field of critical media studies by tracing, defining, and problematizing its established and emergent terminology. The book historicizes thinking about media and society, whether that means noting a long history of "new media," or tracing how understandings of media "power" vary across time periods and knowledge formations.

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Table of Contents

  • Introduction: Laurie Ouellette and Jonathan Gray
  • 1. Access: Elizabeth Ellcessor
  • 2. Aesthetics: Lev Manovich
  • 3. Affect: Carrie A. Rentschler
  • 4. Appropriation: Beretta E. Smith-Shomade
  • 5. Assemblage: J. Macgregor Wise
  • 6. Audience: Matt Hills
  • 7. Author: Cynthia Chris
  • 8. Brand: Sarah Banet-Weiser
  • 9. Celebrity: Suzanne Leonard and Diane Negra
  • 10. Censorship: Terry Flew
  • 11. Citizenship: Laurie Ouellette
  • 12. Class: Laura Grindstaff
  • 13. Commodification: Alison Hearn
  • 14. Convergence: Jean Burgess
  • 15. Copyright: Kembrew McLeod
  • 16. Cosmopolitanism: Lilie Chouliaraki
  • 17. Data: Melissa Gregg and Dawn Nafus
  • 18. Discourse: Nico Carpentier
  • 19. Domesticity: Mary Beth Haralovich
  • 20. Fan: Henry Jenkins
  • 21. Feminism: Susan J. Douglas
  • 22. Flow: Derek Kompare
  • 23. Gaze: Michele White
  • 24. Gender: Rosalind Gill
  • 25. Genre: Jason Mittell
  • 26. Globalization: Aswin Punathambekar
  • 27. Hegemony: Justin Lewis
  • 28. Hybridity: Marwan M. Kraidy
  • 29. Identity: Myria Georgiou
  • 30. Ideology: Jo Littler
  • 31. Industry: Amanda D. Lotz
  • 32. Infrastructure: Lisa Parks
  • 33. Interactivity: Tama Leaver
  • 34. Intersectionality: Brenda R. Weber
  • 35. Irony: Amber Day
  • 36. Labor: Vicki Mayer
  • 37. Mass: Jack Z. Bratich
  • 38. Memory: George Lipsitz
  • 39. Myth: Jonathan Bignell
  • 40. Nation: Melissa Aronczyk
  • 41. Network: Marina Levina
  • 42. New Media: Lisa Gitelman
  • 43. Ordinary: Graeme Turner
  • 44. Othering: Angharad N. Valdivia
  • 45. Personalization: Joseph Turow
  • 46. Play: Matthew Thomas Payne
  • 47. Policy: Jennifer Holt
  • 48. Popular: John Clarke
  • 49. Power: Nick Couldry
  • 50. Production: Derek Johnson
  • 51. Public: Jennifer Petersen
  • 52. Queer: Karen Tongson
  • 53. Race: Herman Gray
  • 54. Realism: Greg M. Smith
  • 55. Reflexivity: Mark Andrejevic
  • 56. Representation: Lisa Henderson
  • 57. Resistance: Stephen Duncombe
  • 58. Sound: Michele Hilmes
  • 59. Space: Helen Morgan Parmett
  • 60. Stereotype: Ellen Seiter
  • 61. Surveillance: Kelly Gates
  • 62. Taste: Elana Levine and Michael Z. Newman
  • 63. Technology: Jennifer Daryl Slack
  • 64. Temporality: Sarah Sharma
  • 65. Text: Jonathan Gray
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