Mediatization characterizes changes in practices cultures and institutions in media saturated societies thus denoting transformations of these societies themselves this volume offers 31 contributions by leading media and communication scholars from the humanities and social sciences with different approaches to mediatization of communication. This handbook displays the range of approaches and applications of mediatization theory in media and communication studies within the social sciences and humanities state of the art in contemporary mediatization research. In lundby k ed mediatization of communication handbooks in communication science berlin boston ma de gruyter mouton pp 63 86 google scholar crossref lewis sc 2015 journalism in an era of big data . Mediatization of communication ed by lundby knut serieshandbooks of communication science hocs 21 de gruyter mouton 18395 eur 21199 16700 add to cart preface to handbooks of communication science series pages v viii get access to full text acknowledgements pages ix x get access to full text contents pages xi 2. Mediatization an emerging paradigm for media and communication research 705 understandthe space of social action in an age when everyday life has become supersaturated with media flows while positioning the media within multidisci plinary analyses of modernity thompson 1995 promises that the insights of media
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