Prof. Dr. Friedrich Krotz
ZeMKI, University of Bremen


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Print Version of the Program (updated August 23rd)

Tuesday, August 30th 2016

19.30   Get Together
            Bodega del Puerto, Schlachte 31, 28195 Bremen

Wednesday, August 31st 2016

8.30    Coffee & Registration

9.00     Introduction
            Friedrich Krotz (University of Bremen, Germany)

10.00   Keynote 1: Cultural Studies and Mediatization?
            John Storey (University of Sunderland, UK)

11.00   Coffee Break

11.30   Panel 1: Theoretical Approaches Towards Critical Mediatization

Meta-Theoretical Cross-Currents: Mediatization, Social Ontology and Intentionality
Paško Bilić (University of Zagreb, Croatia)

Dependency: Critical Perspectives on the Integration of Media in Everyday Life
Stig Hjarvard (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)

Permanent Connectivity as a Dispositif of Communication. From Modes of Restrictions to Strategies of Resistance
Thomas Steinmaurer (University of Salzburg, Austria)

13.00   Lunch Break (Catering in the House of Science)

14.00   Panels 2 and 3 (parallel panels)

Panel 2: Discussing Mediatization in Theoretical Perspectives

The Mediated Construction of Reality: How to Analyse Deep Mediatization Critically?
Nick Couldry (London School of Economics, UK) & Andreas Hepp (University of Bremen, Germany)

Mediatization Assessment
Matthias Rath (University of Education Ludwigsburg, Germany)

Mediatization Studies and Cultural Studies: A Possible Dialogue?
Myriam Durocher (University of Montreal, Canada)

Panel 3: Political Participation and Protest in Mediatized Worlds

The Mediatization of Protest Movement: Media Practices and Power Shifts in The Committee for the Defence of Democracy (KOD) Protests
Łukasz Wojtkowski & Barbara Brodzińska-Mirowska (Nicolaus Copernicus University Toruń, Poland)

Political Participation in Times of Bologna and Social Web – A Grounded Theory from a Students’ Point of View
Gerald Wolf (University of Cologne, Germany)

Social Media Activities of NGOs in China: Challenges and Strategies. A Case Study on Greenpeace Detox Campaign on Weibo
Fiona Huijie Zeng (University of Hamburg, Germany)

15.30   Coffee Break

16.00   Panels 4 and 5 (parallel panels)

Panel 4: Culturalist Perspectives on Critical Mediatization Research

Studying Mediatization through a Media Cultural Lense: The Case of Media Literacy
Marian Adolf (Zeppelin University, Germany), Cornelia Wallner (Zeppelin University, Germany / Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich) & Susan Alpen (Zeppelin University, Germany)

Gendering and/in Mediatization: The Ambivalent Role of Everyday Domestic Life in the Gendering of (Digital) Media
Ulrike Roth, Jutta Röser & Kathrin F. Müller (University of Münster, Germany)

The New Power of Television Watching: Cultural Studies and Mediatization Theory
Udo Göttlich & Martin R. Herbers (Zeppelin University, Germany)

Panel 5: Mediatized Fear, Fun and Risk – Affective Dimensions and Critique

Mediatized Fear and the Risk of Mediatized Research
Knut Lundby (University of Oslo, Norway)

The "Fear-Fun" Dimension in the News and Political Debate
Ewa Nowak (Maria Curie-Sklodowska University Lublin, Poland)

Affective Culture Wars and the Mediatized Border Control
Camilla Møhring Reestorff (Aarhus University, Denmark)

17.30   Coffee Break

18.00   Keynote 2: Linking Mediatization and Critical Theory           
            Andreas Scheu (University of Münster, Germany)

19.30   Conference Dinner           
            Restaurant „bio biss“ at „Altes Fundamt“,
            Auf der Kuhlen 1a, 28203 Bremen

Thursday, September 1st 2016

9.00     Panels 6 and 7 (parallel panels)

Panel 6: Governments, Media, Social Actors – Controversial Tendencies and Relationships

The Appropriation of Journalistic Grammar by Society: Mediatization, PCC and the Islamic State
José Cavalcanti Sobrinho Neto, Elvis Maciel Guimarães & Valdecir Becker (Federal University of Paraíba, Brazil)

Religious Themes in Politics and Popular Culture: The Mediatization of Islam in Turkey
A. Fulya Sen (Firat University Elazig, Turkey)

Mediatization as Fragmentation: Isolation and Radicalization on the Rise
Caja Thimm ( University of Bonn, Germany)

Panel 7: Researching Mediatization Processes in Relation to Critical Questions

Shattering the Rearview Mirror: The Science-Fiction Comic Book Series Transmetropolitan as a Critical Mediatization Study
Christian Hviid Mortensen (The Media Museum, Odense, Denmark)

The Mediatization of Care
Camilla Dindler (Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark) & Nanna Ahlmark (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark)

Cross-generational Critique? The Analysis of Mediatization by Comparing ‘Media Generations’
Andreas Hepp, Matthias Berg & Cindy Roitsch (University of Bremen, Germany)

10.30    Coffee Break

11.00    Panels 8 and 9 (parallel panels)

Panel 8: Class-related Approaches to Critical Mediatization Research

Mediatization and Social Class: for a Critical Research Agenda
Rafael Grohmann (University of São Paulo / FIAM-FAAM University - Laureate / Cásper Líbero, Brazil)

Cybernetic Capitalism between Self-Organisation and Control
Simon Schaupp (Technical University of Munich, Germany)

Bourdieusian Approach in Understanding the Mediatization of Transnational Politics: The Case of Media-Centered Indonesian Diaspora’s Long-Distance Politics
Yearry Panji Setianto (Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University, Indonesia)

Panel 9: (Critical) Media Practices: Consumption, Memory, Citizenship

The Mediatization of Cultural Memories Through Social Networking Sites
Ana Lúcia Migowski (Justus Liebig University Gießen, Germany)

Consumption-critical Media Practices: Shaping and Reflecting Mediatisation
Sigrid Kannengießer (University of Bremen, Germany)

One to One Goes to School. The Mediatization of Education and Forming of Media Citizenship
Michael Forsman (Södertörn University, Sweden)

12.30   Reports of Respondents and Closing Discussion

Miriam Stehling (University of Tübingen, Germany), Olivier Driessens (University of Cambridge, UK) & Göran Bolin (Södertörn University Stockholm, Sweden)

13.30   Lunch & End of Conference


Abschied des DFG-Schwerpunktprogramms 1505 "Mediatisierte Welten"

"Mediatsierte Gesellschaften. Medienkommunikation und Sozialwelten im Wandel"