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“传播与新闻的政治经济学”国际学术研讨会:新西兰奥克兰理工大学

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“传播与新闻的政治经济学”国际学术研讨会:新西兰奥克兰理工大学

2020910-11日,由新西兰奥克兰理工大学(Auckland University of Technology)新闻、媒介与民主研究中心主办的“传播与新闻的政治经济学”(Political Economy of Communication and Journalism)国际学术研讨会将在该校举办。

会议将关注资本主义与传播体系的深度共生关系。会议的征文启事提出,1990年代至21世纪初,大众媒体、电信与计算技术的融合开辟了新的生产场域和利润来源。相应地,围绕互联网、社交媒体和数字平台的权力集中于一系列新的公司(脸书、谷歌、阿里巴巴等)。对学者、政策制定者、记者和行动者而言,这些发展产生了有关规制、文化表达、意识形态的模糊,以及监视/隐私和传播权等问题的关注和讨论。在这个背景下,新闻业的原则和实践需要重新得到分析。

会议的相关议题有:资本主义、传播与意识形态,融合与跨媒介所有权,新闻的政治经济学,另类媒介的政治经济学,资本主义与文化产业,传播政策与规制,等等。

摘要提交截止日期:626

会议详情请查询下附英文简介:

The Centre for Journalism, Media and Democracy (JMAD) invites papers for

a two-day conference on Political Economy of Communication and Journalism

Dates: Thursday, Friday 1011 September, 2020

Auckland University of Technology

 

Keynotes:

Professor Victor Pickard

Dr Fiona Martin

Professor Yuezhi Zhao

Professor Steen Steensen

 

Organisers:

Wayne Hope: wayne.hope@aut.ac.nz

Merja Myllylahti: merja.myllylahti@aut.ac.nz

There is a deepening symbiosis between capitalism and communication. During the 1990s and early 2000s, convergences across mass media, telecommunications and computer technologies opened up new sectors of production and profit realisation. Subsequently, new corporations centred around the internet, social media and digital platforms have taken shape (e.g., Facebook, Alphabet (Google), Amazon, Alibaba, and Apple).

For scholars, policy makers, journalists and activists, such developments have generated concerns about regulation, cultural expression, ideological obfuscation, monitoring/privacy and communication rights. Under these circumstances the principles and practices of journalism need to be re-analysed across different settings.

With these thoughts in mind, researchers are invited to submit papers under the following themes and subthemes:

Capitalism, communication and ideology

Neoliberalism

Network society

Surveillance capitalism

Platform capitalism

Finance and communication

Corporations and PR

 

Convergence and cross media ownership

Mediaentertainment corporations

Financialization and media ownership

Telecommunications

ICT and social media corporations

 

Political economy of journalism

Infotainment and broadcast news

Financial crisis and media companies

Paywalls

Journalism and social media

Fake news

 

Political economy of alternative media

Māori and Pasifika media

Media and diasporas

Social networks and political activism

Alt-right online

Feminism online

 

Capitalism and the culture industries

Film

Music

Sport

Gaming

Celebrity culture

Critical theory and commodification

 

Communications policy and regulation

Broadcasting policy

Convergence and regulation

Social media regulation

Copyright and intellectual property

 

Abstracts due: June 26, 2020

Registration: Details to come

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