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NordMedia2017

Division 9: Theory, Philosophy and Ethics of Communication

Chair: Marko Ampuja
marko.ampuja [at] helsinki.fi

Co-Chair: Mats Bergman
mats.bergman [at] helsinki.fi

Co-Chair: Stina Bengtsson
stina.bengtsson [at] sh.se

Abstracts, download here (pdf)
Updated 9/8/2017

Programme for Division 9 - Theory, Philosophy and Ethics of Communication

Thursday, 17 August

15.30-18.00

Room D12

Kestas Kirtiklis, The Problem of Methodological Individualism in Mediatization Theory

Tarmo Malmberg, Materialism in Media Studies: A Comparison of Historical Materialism and Technological Materialism

Bo Reimer, Talking the Talk, and Walking the Walk. Practice Based Interventions in the Field of Media and Communication Studies

Risto Kunelius & Esa Reunanen, The emerging media landscape of political power

 

Friday, 18 August

14.15-15.15

Room A32

Patrick Burkart, Hacking as Communicative Action

Stina Bengtsson, A manifesto for the user: reclaiming user agency in digital media ethics

 

15.45-17.15

Room A32

Marko Ampuja, Neoliberal “Ideology Critique”? Examining the Writings of Hayek and von Mises on Intellectuals, Culture and the Media

Sisu Xu, New Urban Poverty, Class Differentiation and Possibility of Solidarity. Non-material Labor and Knowledge Workers in Chinese Communication Industry

Steffen Krüger, Psychoanalytic Subjectivities and Digital Media

 

Saturday, 19 August

10:15-12:00

Room A07

Division 9 meeting

Call for abstracts and panels

The division offers a platform for scholarly papers and discussions which focus on communication theory, the philosophy of communication, and the intellectual history of the field and its tradition.

The division accepts papers that deal with (but are not limited to) such topics as the epistemology and ontology of media and communication, normative approaches to media and communication, paradigm debates in media and communication studies, the ethics of communication and journalism, objectivity and pluralism in the media, media and social theory, new transdisciplinary approaches in media and communication studies, and papers that focus on the future of the discipline.


This division accepts both panel proposals and abstracts for individual papers.

Panel proposals must contain a description of the panel theme, the abstracts of the contributing papers, as well as contact information of the panel chair and authors .
Please see more guidelines for panels.

Abstracts of individual papers must contain the author’s contact information.
Please see more guidelines for abstracts, papers and presentations.

A discussant will be assigned to each accepted paper in order to provide quality feedback, consequently everyone presenting in the division might be asked to act as a discussant.
Please see more guidelines for discussants.

Updated 10/8/2017

 
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