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The Social Use of Media
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Introduction - Helena Bilandzic, Geoff Roy Patriarche and Paul J. Traudt PART I: AUDIENCE ACTIVITY AND INTERACTIVITY Chapter 1: Mode of Action Perspective to Engagements with Social Media: Articulating Activities on the Public Platforms of Wikipedia and YouTube - Seija Ridell Chapter 2: At the Crossroads of Hermeneutic Philosophy and Reception Studies: Understanding Patterns of Cross-Media Consumption - Tereza Pavlickova Chapter 3: Cultivated Performances: What Cultivation Analysis Says about Media, Binge Drinking and Gender - Andy Ruddock Chapter 4: Motivations to Participate in an Online Violent Gaming Community: Uses and Gratifi cations in an Ethnographic Approach - Maria T. Soto-Sanfiel PART II: MEDIA USE AS SOCIAL AND CULTURAL PRACTICE Chapter 5: Imagined Communities of Television Viewers: Reception Research on National and Ethnic Minority Audiences - Alexander Dhoest Chapter 6: Exploring Media Ethnography: Pop Songs, Text Messages and Lessons in a British School - Caroline Dover Chapter 7: Film Audiences in Perspective: The Social Practices of Cinema-Going - Philippe Meers and Daniel Biltereyst Chapter 8: Talking Recipients: An Integrative Model of Socio-Emotional Meta-Appraisal (SEMA) in Conversations about Media Content - Katrin Doeveling and Denise Sommer Chapter 9: Parasocial Relationships: Current Directions in Theory and Method - David Giles PART III: CULTURAL, POLITICAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL PARTICIPATION Chapter 10: From Semiotic Resistance to Civic Agency: Viewing Citizenship through the Lens of Reception Research 1973-2010 - Kim Christian Schroder Chapter 11: For and against Participation: A Hermeneutical Approach to Participation in the Media - Lars Nyre and Brian O'Neill Chapter 12: Using the Domestication Approach for the Analysis of Diff usion and Participation Processes of New Media - Corinna Peil and Jutta Roeser Chapter 13: Creating, Sharing, Interacting: Fandom in the Age of Digital Convergence and Globalized Television - Melanie Bourdaa and Seok-Kyeong Hong-Mercier Conclusion: Exciting Moments in Audience Research: Past, Present and Future - Sonia Livingstone

About the Author

Helena Bilandzic is a professor of communication research at the University of Augsburg; her research interests include narrative experience and persuasion, cultivation, media use, and methodology. Geoffroy Patriarche is a professor at the Facultes universitaires Saint-Louis, Brussels, his current research interests include mobile communications, mediated citizen participation, and audience theory.. Paul J. Traudt is a professor of media studies at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. His research and teaching interests include audience reception theory, research methods. global media. and video criticism.

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It aptly covers the diversity in contemporary audience research, gathering contributions on various types of media practices, drawing upon multi-disciplinary frames and insights, both on the theoretical and empirical level. As such, a thought-provoking balance between new-fangled topics and historical reflections are united and adequately addressed. Hence, it is a recommended reading for all of us who intend to keep a finger on the pulse of audience research. -- Cedric Courtois, International Journal of Digital Television

An exemplary study of the approach to audience studies.

-- Ana Jorge, MedieKultur

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