THEORISING MEDIA AND PRACTICE
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THEORISING MEDIA AND PRACTICE (ebook)

Editorial:
BERGHAHN BOOKS
ISBN:
9781845458546
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List of Figures
Preface

Introduction: Theorising Media and Practice
John Postill

PART I: MEDIA AS PRACTICE

Chapter 1. Theorising Media as Practice
Nick Couldry

Chapter 2. What Do We Mean by 'Media Practices'?
Mark Hobart

Chapter 3. Media as Practice: A Brief Exchange
Nick Couldry and Mark Hobart

PART II: MEDIA, CULTURE AND PRACTICE

Chapter 4. From Fan Practice to Mediated Moments: The Value of Practice Theory in the Understanding of Media Audiences
S. Elizabeth Bird

Chapter 5. Thick Context, Deep Epistemology: A Meditation on Wide-Angle Lenses on Media, Knowledge Production and the Concept of Culture
Debra Spitulnik

Chapter 6. 'But It Is My Habit to Read the Times': Metaculture and Practice in the Reading of Indian Newspapers
Mark A. Peterson

Chapter 7. Embedded/Embedding Media Practices and Cultural Production
Ursula Rao

PART III: MEDIA PRACTICES IN CONTEXT

Chapter 8. Communication, Cognition and Usage: Epistemological Considerations of Media Practices and Processes
Guido Ipsen

Chapter 9. Language-games, In/dividuals and Media Uses: What a Practice Perspective Should Imply for Media Studies
Jo Helle-Valle

Chapter 10. A Barthian Approach to Practice and Media: Internet Engagements among Teleworkers in Rural Denmark
Jens Kjaerulff

Chapter 11. Can Practice Theory Inspire Studies of ICTs in Everyday Life?
Toke H. Christensen and Inge Røpke

PART IV: NEW MEDIA PRODUCTION PRACTICES

Chapter 12. Playful Practices: Theorising 'New Media' Cultural Production
Elisenda Ardèvol, Antoni Roig, Gemma San Cornelio, Ruth Pagès and Pau Alsina

Chapter 13. Theorising the Practices of Free Software: The Movement
Christopher Kelty 1
Chapter 14. Cinematography and Camera Crew: Practice, Process and Procedure
Cathy Greenhalgh

Notes on Contributors
Index
List of Figures