Media and Participation in Post-Migrant Societies
Edited by Tanja Thomas, Merle-Marie Kruse, and Miriam Stehling
In contemporary media cultures, media are part of the most important sites where collective representations and narrations of a post‐migrant civic culture are (re‐)negotiated. At the same time, they offer powerful resources and instruments for civic participation and collaboration. Media and Participation in Post‐Migrant Societies addresses an important shortcoming in the research on participation in media cultures by introducing a special focus on post-migrant conditions to the discussion – both as conceptual refinements and as empirical studies. The contributions of this book provide diverse analyses of the conditions, possibilities, but also constraints for participation and the role of media communication in the reshaping of civic culture in post‐migrant societies.
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Tanja Thomas is Professor in Media Studies at the University of Tuebingen in Germany, and member of IAMCR.
Merle‐Marie Kruse is a research fellow at the Institute of Media Studies of the University of Tuebingen in Germany, and member of IAMCR.
Miriam Stehling is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Media Studies of the University of Tuebingen in Germany.
The above text is from the publisher's description of the book.
Title: Media and Participation in Post‐Migrant Societies
Editors: Tanja Thomas, Merle-Marie Kruse, and Miriam Stehling
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield International