Poslední úprava: PhDr. Petr Bednařík, Ph.D. (10.02.2022)
SUMMER 2022 TERM:
1 Introduction; paradigms of media sociology
LAZARSFELD, P. (1941) Remarks on Administrative and Critical Communications Research. Studies in Philosophy and Social Science, vol. 9, 9-16.
SCHUDSON, M. (2010) Four Approaches to the Sociology of News Revisited in: Curran, J. ed. Media and Society. (5th ed.). Bloomsbury Academic, 164-185.
SCHUDSON, M. (1978) Discovering the News. Basic Books. (Introduction: The Ideal of Objectivity, pp. 3-11)
GITLIN, T. (1978) "Media Sociology: The Dominant Paradigm" Theory and Society, vol. 6(2), 205-253.
POTTER, W. J. et al. (1993) "The Three Paradigms of Mass Media Research in Mainstream Communication Journals" Communication Theory, vol. 3(4), 317-335.
SPARKS, G. (1995) "Comments Concerning the Claim That Mass Media Research Is 'Prescientific': A Response to Potter, Cooper, and Dupagne" Communication Theory, vol. 5(3), 273–280.
POTTER, W. J. (1995) "Reply to Sparks's Critique" Communication Theory, vol. 5(3), 280–286.
SPARKS, G. (1995) " A Final Reply to Potter, Cooper, and Dupagne" Communication Theory, vol. 5(3), 286–289.
JENSEN, K. B., NEUMAN, W. R. (2013) "Evolving Paradigms of Communication Research" International Journal of Communication, vol. 7, 230–238.
McQUAIL, D. (2013) "Reflections on Paradigm Change in Communication Theory and Research" International Journal of Communication, vol. 7, 216-229.
2 Media and modernization
SPARKS, C. (2007) Globalization, Development, and the Mass Media. Sage. (Chapter 2: Communicating Modernity, pp. 20-37)
LERNER, Daniel (1963) Toward a Communication Theory of Modernization: A Set of Considerations in: Pye, Lucian W. (ed.) Communications and Political Development. Princeton University Press, 327-350.
SCHRAMM, S. (1964) Mass Media and National Development: The Role of Information in the Developing Countries. Stanford University Press.
LERNER, D. (1958) The Passing of Traditional Society: Modernizing the Middle East. Free Press.
PYE, L. ed. (1963) Communications and Political Development. Princeton University Press.
MELKOTE, S. (2003) Theories of Development Communication in: Mody, B. (ed.) International Development and Communication: A 21st Century Perspective. Sage, 129-146.
3 Critical political economy
SMYTHE, D. (1981) Dependency Road: Communications, Capitalism, Consciousness, and Canada. Ablex. (Chapter 2: The Audience Commodity and Its Work, pp. 22-51)
HERMAN, E., CHOMSKY, N. (1988) Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media. Pantheon Books. (Chapter 1: The Propaganda Model, pp. 1-36)
DORFMAN, A., MATTELART, A. (1975). How to Read Donald Duck: Imperialist Ideology in the Disney comic. I.G. Editions.
ENZENSBERGER, H. M. (1974) The Consciousness Industry: On Literature, Politics, and the Media. Seabury Press.
HARDY, J. (2010). The Contribution of Critical Political Economy. in: Curran, J. ed. Media and Society. (5th ed.).Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 186-209.
HESMONDHALGH, D. (2010). Media Industry Studies, Media Production Studies, in: Curran, J. ed. Media and Society. (5th ed.).Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 145-163.
RITZER, G. (1993) The McDonaldization of Society. (various editions)
SCHILLER, H. (1991). Not Yet the Post-Imperialist Era. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 8(1), 13-28.
SMYTHE, D. (1994) Counterclockwise: Perspectives on Communication. Westview Press. (Chapter 15: Communications: Blindspot of Western Marxism , pp. 266-291)
MURDOCK, G.  Blindspots about Western Marxism: Reply to Dallas Smythe, in Golding, P, Murdock, G. eds. (1997) The Political Economy of the Media. Edward Elgar. Vol. 1, pp. 465-475
SMYTHE, D.  Rejoinder to Graham Murdock, in: Smythe, D. (1994) Counterclockwise, pp. 292-300.
4 Media technologies
DEUZE, M. (2007) Convergence Culture in Creative Industries. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 10(2), 243–263
TERRANOVA, T. (2014) Network Culture. Politics for the Information Age. Pluto. (Chapter 3: Free Labour, pp. 73-97)
FUCHS, C. (2008) Internet and Society: Social Theory in the Information Age. Routledge.
INNIS, H. (1950) Empire and Communications. Clarendon Press.
INNIS, H. (1951) The Bias of Communication. University of Toronto Press.
KREISS, D. (2016). Networked Ward Politics: Parties, Databases, and Campaigning in the Information Age. Oxford University Press.
McLUHAN, M. (1962) The Gutenberg Galaxy: The Making of Typographic Man. University of Toronto Press.
McLUHAN, M. (1964) Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man. McGraw-Hill.
McCHESNEY, R. PICKARD, V. (2011) Will the Last Reporter Please Turn Out the Lights? The Collapse of Journalism and What Can Be Done about It. New Press.
MILLER, T., KRAIDY, M. (2016) Global Media Studies. University of Illinois Press. (Chapter 5: Mobile Telephony, pp. 103-123)
TURKLE, S. (2011) Alone Together: Why We Expect More From Technology and Less From Each Other. Basic Books. (Chapter 8: Always On, pp. 151-170)
5 Media culture, mass culture, popular culture
ADORNO, T. (1941) On Popular Music. Studies in Philosophy and Social Science, no. 9, 17-48.
JENKINS, H. (2006) Covergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide. New York University Press. (Introduction: 'Worship at the Altar of Convergence': A New Paradigm for Understanding Media Change, pp. 1-24)
HEBDIGE, D. (1979) Subculture: The Meaning of Style. Routledge. (Chapter 6: Subculture: The Unnatural Break, pp. 90-99)
MILLER, T. (2010) “Film and Society” in Curran, J. ed. Media and Society. (5th ed.).Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 18-37.
WILLIAMS, R.  “Culture Is Ordinary” in: Williams, R. (1989) Resources of Hope: Culture, Democracy, Socialism. Verso, pp. 3-14.
ANG, I. (1985) Watching Dallas. Soap Opera and the Melodramatic Imagination. Routledge.
BIRD, S. E. (2011). Are we all produsers now? Convergence and media audience practices. Cultural Studies, 25(4-5), 502-516.
HALL, S. ( 1980) 'Encoding/decoding'. in Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies (Ed.): Culture, Media, Language: Working Papers in Cultural Studies, 1972-79. Hutchinson, pp. 128-138.
KATZ, E., LIEBES, T. (1990) "Interacting With 'Dallas': Cross Cultural Readings of American TV" Canadian Journal of Communication, vol. 15(1), pp. 45-66.
ANG, I. (1996) Living Room Wars: Rethinking Media Audiences for a Postmodern World. Routledge.
FISKE, J. (1989) Understandnig Popular Culture. Unwin Hyman.
MORLEY, D., BRUNDSON, C. (1999) The Nationwide Television Studies. Routledge. (contains: BRUNSDON, C., MORLEY, D. (1978) Everyday Television – Nationwide. BFI. and: MORLEY, D. (1980) The 'Nationwide' Audience: Structure and Decoding. BFI.)
BAUDRILLARD, J (1995) The Gulf War Did Not Take Place. Indiana University Press. (Chapter 3: The Gulf War Did Not Take Place, pp. 61-87)
DEBORD, G. (1995) The Society of the Spectacle. Zone Books. (Chapter 2: The Commodity as Spectacle, pp. 12-15)
BAUDRILLARD, J. (1988) The Ecstasy of Communication. MIT Press.
GITLIN, T. (1980) The Whole World Is Watching: Mass Media in the Making and Unmaking of the New Left. University of California Press.
KELLER, D. (2002) Media Spectacle. Routledge. (Chapter 1: Media Culture and the Triumph of the Spectacle, pp. 1-33)
LEE, C. C. (2002) Global Media Spectacle: News War over Hong Kong. State University of New York Press.
8 Journalism as a field
BENSON, R. (2002) News Media as a 'Journalistic Field': What Bourdieu Adds to New Institutionalism, and Vice Versa. Political Communication, vol. 23(2), 187-202.
BOURDIEU, P. (2002) On Television. (Chapter 3)
SJØVAAG, H. (2015) Hard News/Soft News: The Hierarchy of Genres and the Boundaries of the Profession in: Carlsson, M., Lewis, S. E. eds. Boundaries of Journalism: Professionalism, Practices and Participation. Taylor and Francis, pp. 101-117.
BENSON, R., NEVEU, E. eds. (2005) Bourdieu and the Journalistic Field. Polity Press.
HESMONDHALGH, D. (2006) Bourdieu, the Media and Cultural Production. Media, Culture & Society, vol. 28(2), 211-231.
MALLIERE, P. (1998) The Rules of the Journalistic Field: Pierre Bourdieu's Contribution to the Sociology of the Media. European Journal of Communication, vol. 13(2), 219 – 234.
9 Network society, big data
CASTELLS, M. (2011) "A Network Theory of Power" International Journal of Communication, vol. 5, 773–787.
van DIJK, J. (2012) The Network Society. (3rd ed.) Sage. (Chapter 2: Networks: The Nervous Systems of Society, pp. 22-48)
ŽIŽEK, S. (1998) Cyberspace, or, How to Traverse the Fantasy in the Age of the Retreat of the Big Other. Public Culture, vol. 10(3) 483-513.
Related literature on Network Society:
van DIJCK, J. (2013) The Culture of Connectivity. A Critical History of Social Media. Oxford University Press.
FISH, A., SRINIVASAN, R. (2011) "Digital Labour is the New Killer App" New Media & Society, vol. 14(1) 137–152.
JENKINS, H. (2006) Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide. New York University Press.
JENKINS, H. (2013) Spreadable Culture: Creating Value and Meaning in a Networked Culture. New York University Press.
MOROZOV, E. (2011) The Net Delusion: The Dark Side of Internet Freedom. Public Affairs.
MOROZOV, E. (2013) To Save Everything, Click Here: The Folly of Technological Solutionism. Public Affairs.
YANG, G. (2009) The Power of the Internet in China: Citizen Activism Online. Columbia University Press.
Related literature on Big Data:
DAVENPORT, T. et al. (2012) "How 'Big Data' Is Different" MIT Sloan Management Review, vol. 54(1), 43-46.
FOX, S., DO, T. (2013) "Getting Real about Big Data: Applying Critical Realism to Analyse Big Data Hype" International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, vol. 6(4), 739-760.
MOSCO, V. (2014) To the Cloud: Big Data in a Turbulent World. Paradigm Publishers.
10 Panopticon and surveillance
ANDREJEVIC, M. (2004) “The webcam subculture and the digital enclosure” in: Couldry, N., McCarthy, A., eds. Mediaspace: Place, scale and culture in a media age. Routledge, 193-208.
MacKINNON, R. (2011) "China's 'Networked Authoritarianism'" Journal of Democracy, vol. 22(2), 32-46.
ANDREJEVIC, M. (2007) iSpy: Surveillance and Power in the Interactive Age. University of Kansas Press.
FOUCAULT, M. (1977) Discipline and Punish. The Birth of the Prison. Penguin.
MARWICK, S. (2012) "The Public Domain: Social Surveillance in Everyday Life" Surveillance & Society, vol. 9(4), 378-393
TSUI, L. (2003) "The Panopticon as the Antithesis of a Space of Freedom: Control and Regulation of the Internet in China" China Information, vol. 17(2), 65-82.
11 Digital divides
WESSELS, B. (2013) “The Reproduction and Reconfiguration of Inequality” in: Ragnedda, M., Muschert, G.W. eds. The Digital Divide: The Internet and Social Inequality in International Perspective. Routledge, 17-28.
van DIJK, J. (2013) “A Theory of the Digital Divide” in: Ragnedda, M., Muschert, G.W. eds. The Digital Divide: The Internet and Social Inequality in International Perspective. Routledge, 29-51.
van DIJK, J. (2005) The Deepening Divide: Inequality in the Network Society. Sage.
FLORIDA, R. (2002) The Rise of the Creative Class. Basic Books.
GUERRIERI, P., BENTIVEGNA, S. (2011) The Economic Impact of Digital Technologies: Measuring Inclusion and Diffusion in Europe. Edward Elgar.
NORRIS, P. (2001) Digital Divide, Civic Engagement, Information Poverty and the Internet Worldwide. Cambridge University Press.
12 Final class