By Klaus Bruhn Jensen
A instruction manual of Media and Communications study offers qualitative in addition to quantitative techniques to the research and interpretation of media, overlaying views from either the social sciences and the arts. The guide bargains a complete evaluate of previous learn and a suite of guidance for a way to consider, plan, and perform reviews of media in several social and cultural contexts. Divided into sections at the historical past, systematics and pragmatics of study, and written by means of the world over said experts in every one region, the guide may be a typical reference paintings for college kids and researchers.
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As if to prove their point that ideas are shaped by contemporary media, several of the key studies cited here were published within the span of a few years (Goody and Watt 1963; Havelock 1963; McLuhan 1964). ’᭣ In the academy as well as in the rest of society, television challenged taste cultures and social lines of division, as later studied by Meyrowitz (1985). Medium theory has delineated a fertile area both for empirical research and for theoretical integration, occupying a middle ground ᭤ history of the media and of communication – Chapter 12, p.
DISCURSIVE TURNS In one sense, the humanities have always been preoccupied with language – as a means of persuasion, as testimony of the past, and as a model for other kinds of communication. Heim (1987) refers to ‘the Logos tradition,’ arising from classical Greek philosophy, as a long-lived worldview that has given priority to verbal language by assuming a ‘transcendental intimacy of thought, words, and reality’ (p. 42). The twentieth century, however, witnessed an emphatic turn to the study of language and other signs in a number of disciplines, ﬁrst and most explicitly in philosophy, and with a shared ambition of making the procedures for analyzing texts, artefacts, and events more explicit the linguistic and systematic.
2001). A rhetorical-pragmatic concept of communication also furnishes one of the connections between humanistic research on media texts and social-scientiﬁc research on practices of communication. The basic rhetorical insight, that language serves to conﬁgure knowledge, is borne out, ﬁnally, in the concrete analytical procedures of many humanistic media studies. Humanistic researchers tend to assume that ideas take on their ﬁnal shape only when committed to language and paper. Just as children do not merely learn to read, but equally read to learn (Heath 1980: 130), so both researchers and other adults do not merely learn to write – they write to learn.