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Mediatization Studies
Mediatization Studies

Publishing House: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Marii Curie-Sklodowskiej
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, Social Sciences
Frequency: 1 issues
Print ISSN: 2451-1188
Online-ISSN: 2720-6106
Status: Active

  • 2020
  • 2021
  • 2022
  • Issue No. 4
  • Issue No. 5
  • Issue No. 6
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Short Description

The journal aims to publish studies at the intersection of communication and media studies, including topics as politics (policy), culture, and society grasped by mediatization context. The general idea of the topics includes: political communication, media & communication studies; (inter)cultural communication; traditional and new media in local and global communication.

The detailed topics

1) mediatization theory – conceptual studies devoted to its essence, different stages and manifestation, as well as its verification in diverse social conditions (conceptualizing mediatization);

2) methodological challenges for mediatization research;

3) changing roles of old media and new media usage (mediated- and computer-mediated communication; various aspects of media convergence);

4) dimensions of mediatization:

  • mediatization of politics (power), policymaking and political participation;
  • mediatization of popular culture and styles of life (transcultural and transnational  perspectives; mediatization in late modernity; changing social practices of media usage and mediatized practices of everyday life);
  • mediatization of religion in transnational and transcultural perspectives;
  • mediatization of business and marketing techniques;
  • understanding political, social and cultural change, using the lens of mediatization concept;
  • philosophy of media(tization) and mediatized communication: axiology, epistemology, and ontology of mediatized world(s);
  • media linguistics;
  • social change inspired by mediatisation;
  • media as political/cultural institutions;
  • media and constructivism: mediated reflection of the real world and the construction of reality (“pictures of the world in our heads”);
  • dynamics of mediatization processes in different geographical, political and cultural regions/environments (comparative mediatization research);
  • political economy of mediatization;
  • mediatization processes in historical perspective