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"This book aims to look at four thematic areas that structure the opportunities for democratising (media) democracy. A first section is devoted to citizenship and the public spheres, giving special attention to the general theme of communication rights. The second section elaborates further on a notion central to communication rights, namely that of participation. The third section returns to the traditional representational role in relation to democracy and citizenship, scrutinizing and criticizing the democratic efforts of contemporary journalism. The fourth section moves outside of the (traditional) media system, and deals with the diversity of media and communication strategies of activists."
Table of Contents
Foreword by Peter Dahlgren
Introduction by Nico Carpentier and Bart Cammaerts
Section One Introduction by Bart Cammaerts
Citizenship, the Public Sphere, and Media
Chapter One by Kari Karppinen
Making a difference to media pluralism: a critique of the pluralistic consensus in European media policy
Chapter Two by Claudia Padovani, Arjuna Tuzzi, and Giorgia Nesti
Communication and (e)democracy: assessing European e-democracy discourses
Chapter Three by Margit Böck
Reducing communicative inequalities towards a pedagogy for inclusion
Section Two Introduction
Participation and Media by Nico Carpentier
Chapter Four by Auli Harju
Citizen participation and local public spheres: an agency and identity focussed approach to the Tampere postal services conflict
Chapter Five by Egil G. Skogseth
Towards fair participation: recruitment strategies in Demostation
Chapter Six by Tamara Witschge
Representation and inclusion in the online debate: the issue of honor killings
Section Three Introduction by Nico Carpentier
Journalism, Media, and Democracy
Chapter Seven by Nico Carpentier
Coping with the agoraphobic media professional: a typology of journalistic practices reinforcing democracy and participation
Chapter Eight by Hannu Nieminen
Disobedient media – unruly citizens: governmental communication in crisis
Chapter Nine by Anu Kantola
On the dark side of democracy: the global imaginary of financial journalism
Section Four Introduction by Bart Cammaerts
Activism and Media
Chapter Ten by Natalie Fenton
Contesting global capital, new media, solidarity, and the role of a social imaginary
Chapter Eleven by Arne Hintz
Civil Society Media at the WSIS: a new actor in global communication governance?
Chapter Twelve by Bart Cammaerts ' THE LAPPERSFORT CASE '
Media and communication strategies of glocalized activists: beyond media-centric thinking
-- "Music is the electrical soil in which the spirit lives, thinks and invents."
- Ludwig Von (1770-1827)
Dr. Bart Cammaerts
Media & Communication Department
London School of Economics and Political Science
Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE, England UK