Media—Communication—Cultural Orientation. Perspectives on Contemporary Media Studies

Angela Keppler


A way out of false alternatives which have occupied media research for a long time is primarily a matter of right description. That is mainly a description of what is going on in the process of intermeshing between culture in general and the culture of media. However, what is going on here is primarily a question of how this is happening. What is changing in this process is the way in which modern societies produce an overarching present, which is achieved by the divergent and often even heterogeneous capacity of appropriation from the side of its members.
URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0103234


experience through media; interaction of presence; cultural construction of time; culture of communication; configuration of products; processes of appropriation


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