The SAGE Handbook of Media and Migration

Editors: Smets, Kevin, Leurs, Koen and Georgiou, Myria
Publication Year: 2020
Publisher: Sage UK

Single-User Purchase Price: $215.76
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ISBN: 978-1-52-644721-0
Category: Social Sciences - Media & Communications
Image Count: 32
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

The SAGE Handbook of Media and Migration offers a comprehensive overview of media and migration through new research, as well as a review of present scholarship in this expanding and promising field. It explores key interdisciplinary concepts and methodologies, and how these are challenged by new realities and the links between contemporary migration patterns and its use of mediated processes.

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Table of Contents

    • List of Figures and Tables
    • Notes on the Editors and Contributors
    • Acknowledgements
    • Prologue – Decolonial Healing: In Defense of Spiritual Technologies - Tabita Rezaire
    • Editorial Introduction – Media and Migration: Research Encounters - Kevin Smets, Koen Leurs, Myria Georgiou, Saskia Witteborn and Radhika Gajjala
    • Part I: Keywords and Legacies
    • Chapter 1. Mediation - Radha S. Hegde
    • Chapter 2. Diaspora as a Frame: How the Notion Has Reshaped Migration Studies - Roza Tsagarousianou
    • Chapter 3. Postcolonial Theory - Sandra Ponzanesi
    • Chapter 4. Borders - Lilie Chouliaraki and Myria Georgiou
    • Chapter 5. Transnationalism, Inter-Nationalism and Multicultural Questions - Koichi Iwabuchi
    • Chapter 6. Migration and the Postsecular - Eva Midden
    • Chapter 7. Cosmopolitanism in the Anthropocene - Miyase Christensen
    • Chapter 8. Intersectionality - Alyssa Fisher, Kaitlyn Wauthier, and Radhika Gajjala
    • Chapter 9. Affect, Emotions, and Feelings - Donya Alinejad and Domitilla Olivieri
    • Chapter 10. Researching the Connected Migrant - Dana Diminescu
    • Chapter 11. Digital Divides - Linda Leung
    • Chapter 12. Information Precarity - Melissa Wall
    • Chapter 13. Migration Infrastructures - Koen Leurs
    • Chapter 14. The Political Economy of Digital Media, Migration and Race - Eugenia Siapera
    • Chapter 15. A Challenge for Media Studies of Migration: ‘As German as Me’ – Still Not Reconciled - Kevin Robins
    • Chapter 16. Insurgent Academics - Roopika Risam
    • Part II: Methodologies
    • Chapter 17. On Researching Climates of Hostility and Weathering - Yasmin Gunaratnam
    • Chapter 18. Refracting the Analytical Gaze: Studying Media Representations of Migrant Death at the Border - Karina Horsti
    • Chapter 19. Racializing Space. Gendering Place: Black Feminism, Ethnography, and Methodological Challenges Online and “IRL” - Kishonna Gray
    • Chapter 20. Mobile Methods: Doing Migration Research with the Help of Smartphones - Katja Kaufmann
    • Chapter 21. Mobility, Media, and Data Politics - William L. Allen
    • Chapter 22. Twitter Influentials and the Networked Publics’ Engagement with the Rohingya Crisis in Arabic and English - Ahmed Al-Rawi
    • Part III: Communities
    • Chapter 23. The Performative Digital Africa: iROKOtv, Nollywood Televisuals, and Community Building in the African Digital Diaspora - Tori Omega Arthur
    • Chapter 24. Queer Migrants and Digital Culture - Lukasz Szulc
    • Chapter 25. Out of Place: Refugees Navigating Nation, Self, and Culture in Former East Germany - Emily Edwards
    • Chapter 26. (Re)loading Identity and Affective Capital Online: The Case of Diaspora Basques on Facebook - Pedro J. Oiarzabal
    • Chapter 27. Russophone Diasporic Journalism: Production and Producers in the Changing Communicative Landscape - Olga Voronova, Liudmila Voronova and Dmitry Yagodin
    • Chapter 28. Airtime and the Public Sphere: Candela Radio's Contribution to the Integration of Immigrant Communities in the Basque Country - Irati Agirreazkuenaga and Estitxu Garai-Artetxe
    • Chapter 29. Recasting Home: Indian Immigrants and the World Wide Web - Madhavi Mallapragada
    • Chapter 30. Migrations and the Media between Asia and Latin America: Japanese-Brazilians in Tokyo and São Paulo - Jessica Retis
    • Part IV: Borders and Rights
    • Chapter 31. Borders and the Contagious Nature of Mediation - Huub Dijstelbloem
    • Chapter 32. The Oromo Movement and Ethiopian Border-Making Using Social Media - Payal Arora
    • Chapter 33. Digital Humanitarianism in a Refugee Camp - Léa Macias
    • Chapter 34. The Politics of Vulnerability and Protection: Analysing the Case of LGBT Asylum Seekers in the Netherlands in Light of Securitization and Homonationalist Discourses - Christine Quinan, Dana Theewis, and Cecilia Cienfuegos
    • Chapter 35. Gendered Emotional Consequences of Internal Displacement in Colombia - Melissa Chacón
    • Chapter 36. Communication Rights for Migrants - Cees J. Hamelink and Maria Hagan
    • Part V: Representations
    • Chapter 37. Migration, Race/Ethnicity and Sport Media Content: An International Overview and Suggestions for a Future Research Agenda - Jacco van Sterkenburg
    • Chapter 38. Immigrant Families in European Cinema - Daniela Berghahn
    • Chapter 39. Breaking the Silence: From Representations of Victims and Threat towards Spaces of Voice - Kaarina Nikunen
    • Chapter 40. Making Space for Oneself: Minorities and Self-Representation in Popular Media - Rosemary Pennington
    • Chapter 41. Representational Strategies on Migration from a Multi-Stakeholder Perspective: A Research Agenda - Leen d'Haenens and Willem Joris
    • Part VI: Spatialities
    • Chapter 42. The Mobility–Migration Nexus: The Politics of Interface, Labor, and Gender - Zhuoxiao Xie and Saskia Witteborn
    • Chapter 43. The Cog that Imagines the System: Data Migration and Migrant Bodies in the Face of Aadhaar - Nishant Shah
    • Chapter 44. Automation versus Nationalism: Challenges to the Future of Work in the Software Industry - Nilanjan Raghunath
    • Chapter 45. Civic Media and Placemaking: (Re)Claiming Urban and Migrant Rights Across Digital and Physical Spaces - Giota Alevizou
    • Chapter 46. Digital Place-Making Practices and Daily Struggles of Venezuelan (Forced) Migrants in Brazil - Amanda Alencar
    • Chapter 47. Being at Home on Social Media: Online Place-Making among the Kurds in Turkey and Rural Migrants in China - Elisabetta Costa and Xinyuan Wang
    • Chapter 48. Beyond the Third Space: New Communicative Spaces in the Making on YouTube - Sherry S. Yu
    • Part VII: Conflicts
    • Chapter 49. Racisms, Migration and Media: A Reflection on Mutable Understandings and Shifting ‘Problem Populations’ - Gavan Titley
    • Chapter 50. Anti-Immigrant Sentiments and Mobilization on the Internet - Mattias Ekman
    • Chapter 51. Transnational Resistance to Communicative Ethnocide: Alevi Television during the State of Emergency in Turkey (2016–18) - Kumru Berfin Emre Cetin
    • Chapter 52. Diaspora Activism in Host and Home Countries: Motivations, Possibilities and Limits - Christine Ogan
    • Chapter 53. Media, Recognition and Conflict-Generated Diasporas: The Somali Diaspora as a Case Study - Idil Osman
    • Chapter 54. Conflict and Migration in Lebanese Graphic Narratives - Rasha Chatta
    • Epilogue
    • On Giving and Being a Voice - Zaina Erhaim, Yazan Badran and Kevin Smets
    • Self-Reflections on Migration and Exile - Bermal Aydın