Mapping media

Ward, Susan and Moran, Albert (2007) Mapping media. Media International Australia, 124 124: 83-86.

Author Ward, Susan
Moran, Albert
Title Mapping media
Journal name Media International Australia   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1329-878X
Publication date 2007-08-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 124
Issue 124
Start page 83
End page 86
Total pages 4
Editor G. Goggin
Susan Ward
Albert Moran
Place of publication Brisbane, Australia
Publisher School of English, Media Studies & Art History in association with the Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland
Language eng
Subject C1
400104 Communication and Media Studies
751004 The media
Abstract This issue addresses a ‘spatial turn’ in communication or media studies. By becoming attuned to the specificities of place, research inevitably becomes embedded within real-life situations that acknowledge the similarities but also differences between localities brought about by, for example, processes of uneven development, local variations in social organisation and the articulation of creative networks that are critical to the cultural production industries. The field of media studies is still opening up to the productive possibilities that come with a primacy on the specificities of place. Her we begin a survey of this spatial turn in media studies by collating articles that are concerned with a variety of mediascapes and their relation to places and spaces
Keyword Communication
Media & Communications
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Additional Notes Issue title: Mapping Media. Theme Editors: Susan Ward and Albert Moran

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