Anaphoric Trajectories of Creative Processes

The Case of a Failed Film Project

Sara Malou Strandvad

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Resumé

This chapter critically questions the strategy of applying the Actor-Network Theory to media studies. Arguing that an application of a fixed ANT-approach fundamentally opposes the ambition of Actor-Network Theory, this chapter outlines a different way of drawing inspiration from ANT. Based in the writings of the French cultural sociologist Antoine Hennion, who has been a pioneer in developing a cultural sociology inspired by ANT, and the recent writings of Bruno Latour addressing cultural production, the chapter suggests investigating the “anaphoric trajectories” of creative development processes. To illustrate this approach, the chapter analyzes the case of a failed film project and considers how the content of creative production processes may be incorporated into cultural production studies.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelApplying the Actor : Network Theory in Media Studies
RedaktørerMarkus Spöhrer, Beate Ochsner
Udgivelses stedHershey
ForlagIGI global
Publikationsdato2017
Sider141-154
Kapitel9
ISBN (Trykt)9781522506164
StatusUdgivet - 2017

Citer dette

Strandvad, S. M. (2017). Anaphoric Trajectories of Creative Processes: The Case of a Failed Film Project. I M. Spöhrer, & B. Ochsner (red.), Applying the Actor: Network Theory in Media Studies (s. 141-154). Hershey: IGI global.
Strandvad, Sara Malou. / Anaphoric Trajectories of Creative Processes : The Case of a Failed Film Project. Applying the Actor: Network Theory in Media Studies. red. / Markus Spöhrer ; Beate Ochsner. Hershey : IGI global, 2017. s. 141-154
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Applying the Actor: Network Theory in Media Studies. red. / Markus Spöhrer; Beate Ochsner. Hershey : IGI global, 2017. s. 141-154.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportBidrag til bog/antologiForskningpeer review

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