Cosmopolitanism and the Media (inbunden)
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Jansson, Andr
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Cosmopolitanism and the Media

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Cosmopolitanism and the Media explores the diverse implications of today's digital media environments in relation to people's worldviews and social practices. The book presents an empirically grounded account of the relationship between cosmopolitanized lifeworlds and forces of surveillance, control and mobility.
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'In Christensen and Jansson's wonderfully rich and sophisticated work, we encounter a powerful new account of cosmopolitanism, at the intersection of mediated communication, space and politics. Steeped in interdisciplinary literature and informed by in-depth empirical research, the book re-thinks the dialectical complexities of cosmopolitan theory and practice with admirable clarity. It is an important intervention not only in media studies but across the social sciences.' Lilie Chouliaraki, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK 'We live at a time of great change, when cosmopolitan, nationalistic and religious forces vie for cultural and governmental hegemony and the global economy is being transformed through the successful mobilization of reserve armies of labor. Cosmopolitanism and the Media is an invaluable tour d'horizon of these titanic shifts in the world system. Bravo!' Toby Miller, author of Cultural Citizenship 'Spatial dynamics has become the new theoretical frontier for media studies. This impressive book widens the horizons of both the concept of cosmopolitanism and the study of the media. It provides a brilliant insight into the lived experiences of people in this world of mobility, and it produces a new ethical outlook and moral framework for the way we communicate with Others in order to discover what can be common between Us. In the end, we realize that a universal cosmopolitanism can only come into existence in the plurality of cosmopolitanisms.' Nikos Papastergiadis, University of Melbourne, Australia

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Miyase Christensen is Professor of Media and Communication Studies at Stockholm University, Sweden, and Guest Professor at the Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. She has published international books and articles on globalization processes and social change; technology, culture and identity; and politics of popular communication. One of her latest books is Media and the Politics of Arctic Climate Change: When the Ice Breaks (2013). Andre Jansson is Professor of Media and Communication Studies at Karlstad University, Sweden. He has published numerous books and articles in the areas of media, globalization and identity. His recent work has appeared in New Media and Society, Communication Theory and International Journal of Cultural Studies.


Acknowledgements PART I: MAPPING THE TERRAIN: BOUNDARIES AND BRIDGES 1. Introductory Essay: Cosmopolitanization, Mediatization and Social Change 2. Cosmopolitan Trajectories: Connectivity, Reflexivity and Symbolic Power 3. Remediated Sociality and the Dual Logic of Surveillance PART II: CONTEXTUALIZING SPACE, MOBILITY AND BELONGING 4. Transnational Media Flows: Globalization, Politics and Identity 5. Transclusion vs. Demediation: Mediatization and the Re-Embedding of Cosmopolitanism 6. Cities, Embodied Expressivity and Morality of Proximity 7. In Conclusion: Cosmopolitanism and Its Discontents References Index