Acknowledging the dilemmas of intrusive media

David Mathieu, Juliane Finger, Patrcia Dias, Despina Chronaki, Cosimo Marco Scarcelli

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Resumé

Part of the stakeholder consultation addressed strategies that media audiences are developing to cope with pressures and intrusions in a changing media environment, characterised by digitalisation and interactive possibilities. We interviewed ten stakeholders representing interests such as content production, media literacy, media regulation, and activism. Consulting with these stakeholders left the impression that pressures and intrusions from media lack widespread acknowledgement, and that little is known about audiences’ strategies to cope with media. Even when intrusions are acknowledged, we find no consensual motivation, nor any clear avenue for action. Therefore, we have analysed different discursive positions that prevent acknowledging or taking action upon the pressures and intrusions that we presented to these stakeholders. The discursive positions are outlined below.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelAudiences, towards 2030 : Priorities for audience analysis
RedaktørerRanjana Das, Brita Ytre-Arne
Udgivelses stedSurrey
ForlagCEDAR
Publikationsdatookt. 2017
Sider40-42
ISBN (Trykt)978-1-5272-0543-7
StatusUdgivet - okt. 2017

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Mathieu, D., Finger, J., Dias, P., Chronaki, D., & Scarcelli, C. M. (2017). Acknowledging the dilemmas of intrusive media. I R. Das, & B. Ytre-Arne (red.), Audiences, towards 2030: Priorities for audience analysis (s. 40-42). Surrey: CEDAR.
Mathieu, David ; Finger, Juliane ; Dias, Patrcia ; Chronaki, Despina ; Scarcelli, Cosimo Marco . / Acknowledging the dilemmas of intrusive media. Audiences, towards 2030: Priorities for audience analysis. red. / Ranjana Das ; Brita Ytre-Arne. Surrey : CEDAR, 2017. s. 40-42
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Acknowledging the dilemmas of intrusive media. / Mathieu, David; Finger, Juliane; Dias, Patrcia ; Chronaki, Despina; Scarcelli, Cosimo Marco .

Audiences, towards 2030: Priorities for audience analysis. red. / Ranjana Das; Brita Ytre-Arne. Surrey : CEDAR, 2017. s. 40-42.

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