Vol 29, No 54 (2013)

Mediatization and Cultural Change

Editors: Stig Hjarvard (guest), Line Nybro Petersen (issue editor), Anders Horsbøl (open section). Review editor: Anette Grønning. This issue is available by print on demand.

Table of Contents

Editorial

Mediatization and cultural change
Stig Hjarvard, Line Nybro Petersen
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7 p.

Articles: Theme section

Kameliya Encheva, Olivier Driessens, Hans Verstraeten
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18 p.
Mikkel Fugl Eskjær
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21 p.
Kim Sawchuk
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18 p.
Maja Rudloff
22 p.
Allison Cavanagh
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17 p.
Christa Lykke Christensen
19 p.
Iben Have, Birgitte Stougaard Pedersen
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18 p.
Aske Kammer
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18 p.

Articles: Open section

Dermot Brendan Heaney
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22 p.

Reviews

Nick Couldry: Media, Society, World: Social Theory and Digital Media Practice. London: Polity. 2012.
Lynn Schofield Clark
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4 p.
Thomas Schillemans: Mediatization of Public Services. How Organizations Adapt to News Media. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. 2012.
Camilla Dindler
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4 p.
Jan Van Dijk: The Network Society. London: Sage Publications. 2012.
Sandy Schumann
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4 p.
Stig Hjarvard & Mia Lövheim (eds.): Mediatization and Religion. Nordic Perspectives. Gothenburg: Nordicom, 2012.
Laura Feldt
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4 p.
Henriette Jæger & Jan Ketil Torgersen (red.): Medialisert barndom: digital kultur i barnhagen. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget. 2012.
Lotte Nyboe
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3 p.
Kirsten Drotner, Christina Papsø Weber, Berit Anne Larsen & Anne Sophie Warberg Løssing (red.): Det interaktive museum. Frederiksberg: Samfundslitteratur. 2011.
Connie Svabo
3 p.
David Gauntlett: Making is connecting. The Social Meaning of creativity, from DIY and knitting to YouTube and Web 2.0. Cambridge: Polity. 2011.
Dagny Stuedahl
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3 p.
Stig A. Nohrstedt (ed.): Communicating Risks: Towards the Threat Society? Göteborg: Nordicom. 2010.
Kirsten Mogensen
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4 p.
Angela Ndalianis: The Horror Sensorium: Media and the Senses. Jefferson: McFarland & Co. Inc. 2012.
Rikke Schubart
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4 p.
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