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The Hybrid Media System

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New communication technologies have reshaped media and politics. But who are the new power players? The Hybrid Media System is a sweeping new theory of how political communication now works. Politics is increasingly defined by organizations, groups, and individuals who are best able to blend older and newer media logics, in what Chadwick terms a hybrid system. From American presidential campaigns to WikiLeaks, from live prime ministerial debates to hotly contested political scandals, from the daily practices of journalists and campaign workers to the struggles of new activist organizations, the clash of media logics causes chaos and disintegration but also surprising new patterns of order and integration. The updated second edition features a new preface and an extensive new chapter applying the conceptual framework to the extraordinary 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, the rise of Donald Trump, and the anti-Trump resistance protests.

The Hybrid Media System

Author : Andrew Chadwick
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Through a new interpretation of contemporary political communication encompassing news making, election campaigning, citizen activism, and government, this book shows how the interactions among older and newer media technologies, genres, norms, behaviors, and organizational forms now shape power relations among political actors, media, and publics.

Andrew Chadwick The Hybrid Media System Politics and Power

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Book Review Andrew Chadwick The Hybrid Media System Politics and Power

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The Hybrid Media System

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Through a new interpretation of contemporary political communication encompassing news making, election campaigning citizen activism, and government, this work shows how the interactions among older and newer media technologies, genres norms, behaviors, and organizational forms now shape power relations among political actors, media, and publics

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The Mediatization of Politics in the Hybrid Media System The Case of Italian Political Journalism

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Despite the major changes that have occurred in the ecology of media, this article considers mediatization to be still a concept valuable for grasping and interpreting relations among political communication actors. This article analyses the use of Twitter by politicians as evidenced by journalists' accounts (and practices). In particular, it focuses on journalistic uses of Twitter in the context of political current affairs. This article investigates how and to what degree the use of social media has changed journalists' practices in gathering political news. Moreover, it analyses how journalists describe politicians' use of Twitter and how they reflexively conceive whether adjustments by those politicians to the media logic exist. To this end, the studies present results from 25 semi-structured interviews with Italian journalists occupying prominent roles within the Italian news organizations most important in terms of newspaper circulations and unique visitors to their websites. The research proves that mediatization is still an important framework within which to interpret practices in the new media environment.

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Hybrid Media Events

Author : Johanna Sumiala
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What are hybrid media events? And how do these events shape our lives in the present digital age? This book addresses these questions by explaining how terrorist violence makes global events. The empirical analyses are based on the case of Charlie Hebdo attacks in 2015 and the global circulation of solidarities and anger connected with the attacks.

Active Audiences

Author : Simón Peña Fernández
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Political Communication and Mobilisation

Author : Taberez Ahmed Neyazi
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This book provides a fresh perspective on the importance of the Hindi media in India's political, social and economic transformation with evidence from the countryside and the cities. Accessed by more than forty percent of the public, it continues to play an important role in building political awareness and mobilising public opinion. Instead of viewing the media as a singular entity, this book highlights its diversity and complexity to understand the changing dynamics of political communication that is shaped by the interactions between the news media, political parties and the public, and how various media forms are being used in a rapidly transforming environment. The book offers insights into how print, television, and digital media work together with, rather than in isolation from, each another to grasp the complexities of the emerging hybrid media environment and the future of mobilisation.

The Construction of Ordinariness across Media Genres

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Departing from the premise that ‘being ordinary’ is brought into the discourse and brought out in the discourse and is thus an interactional achievement, the contributions to this edited volume investigate its construction, reconstruction and deconstruction in media discourse. Ordinariness is perceived as a scalar notion which is conceptualised against the background of both non-ordinariness and extra-ordinariness. The chapters address its strategic construction across media genres (public talk, Prime Minister’s Questions, interview, radio call-in, commenting) and discursive activities (tweets, social media posts) as done in various languages (American English, Austrian German, British English, Chinese, French, Finnish, Hebrew and Japanese) by professional participants (e.g., politicians, journalists, scientists) and by ordinary people participating in media discourse (e.g., ordinary citizens, viewers, members of the audience). Discursive strategies used to bring about (non/extra) ordinariness include small stories, quotations, conversational style, irony, naming and addressing as well as references to the private-public interface.

Studying Politics Across Media

Author : Leticia Bode
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This book highlights the diverse methods needed to study a complex media environment, and the nuance and richness of the understanding gained by doing so, by offering examples of political communication research considering multiple platforms simultaneously. Political communication research that considers multiple media platforms is difficult and expensive to perform, and therefore relatively rare. Yet studying media platforms in isolation ignores the realities of the varied and complicated contemporary media experience, where most individuals consume information from multiple media outlets. Media platforms, from traditional outlets such as newspapers and television to newer online platforms such as social media, have proliferated in recent years. This makes the media environment itself more complex, as classic understandings of how the media function give way to a growing recognition of the hybrid media system, where divisions between content and producers are opaque, and where information is gleaned from increasingly diverse and numerous sources. Studying political communication across platforms allows better understanding of which types of experiences and effects are universal, and which are specific to particular platforms. This book was originally published as a special issue of Political Communication.

The Strategic Opinion Leader

Author : Elizabeth Dubois
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An Instructor s Sourcebook for Studying Visual Communication

Author : Elizabeth F. Owens
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Investigation of Hybrid Systems for Enhanced Nutrient Control

Author : Dipankar Sen
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Bioart and the Vitality of Media

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Comparing Media Systems Beyond the Western World

Author : Daniel C. Hallin
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Comparing Media Systems Beyond the Western World offers a broad exploration of the conceptual foundations for comparative analysis of media and politics globally. It takes as its point of departure the widely used framework of Hallin and Mancini's Comparing Media Systems, exploring how the concepts and methods of their analysis do and do not prove useful when applied beyond the original focus of their 'most similar systems' design and the West European and North American cases it encompassed. It is intended both to use a wider range of cases to interrogate and clarify the conceptual framework of Comparing Media Systems and to propose new models, concepts and approaches that will be useful for dealing with non-Western media systems and with processes of political transition. Comparing Media Systems Beyond the Western World covers, among other cases, Brazil, China, Israel, Lebanon, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and Thailand.

The Dynamics of Public Attention to Climate Change in a Hybrid Media System

Author : Yingying Chen
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The dissertation is about the dynamics of public attention in the contemporary media system. What shapes the dynamics of public attention to a social issue across media over time is the primary empirical question that guides the following chapters. Nearly 50 years ago, Downs proposed the now-classic issue attention cycle, which explains the evolution of public attention. His issue attention cycle, along with traditional communication theories, such as agenda setting theory, agenda building theory, and gatekeeping theory, have suggested that a small group of elite organizational actors create and shape public attentiveness to social issues. However, more scholars question whether these traditional media theories can explain the evolution of public attention in today's media system. These scholars challenge the present applicability or appropriateness of these theories. To move forward current theories about public attention, this dissertation examines the conceptualization and causes of public attention by synthesizing literature from agenda setting, agenda building, and gatekeeping and information diffusion studies. Setting climate change as an analysis background, this dissertation unfolds with three empirical studies and realizes three research goals: (1) to clarify what public attention is and propose a robust way to measure it, (2) to disaggregate and typologize the attention from different types of actors on Twitter, and (3) to examine the patterns of public attention across different climate-related events. Findings suggest that: (1) Public attention is conceptually and empirically different from news attention, public opinion, and Twitter attention. Public attention is less volatile, intensive and responsive to the real-life events in contrasting to the news attention and Twitter attention. (2) In terms of the relationship between attention from news, Twitter, and strategic organizations across mass media and digital media over time, Twitter attention is the most volatile and intensive comparing to news, public attention, and public opinion. The impact of strategic organizational attention (measured by press releases) exists at the daily level but does not sustain at the monthly level. (3) In terms of the transmedia diffusion of climate change attention, organizational actors in general are the source and individual actors are the spreaders of attention. Dynamic networks analysis show that individual actors sometimes become the top sources. (4) The event contexts play a role in determining who leads public attention.

Social Media and Elections in Africa Volume 1

Author : Martin N. Ndlela
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This book brings together fresh evidence and new theoretical frameworks in a unique analysis of the increasing role of social media in political campaigns and electoral processes across Africa. Supported by contemporary and historical cases studies, it engages with the main drives behind the various appropriations of social media for election campaigns, organization, and voter mobilization. Contributors in this volume delve into changing and complex aspects of social media, offering an appraisal of theoretical perspectives and examining fascinating case studies which social media use is redefining elections across Africa. Contributions show that new media ecologies are resulting in new policy regimes, user behaviors, and communication models that have implications for electoral processes. The book also provides preliminary analysis of emerging forms of algorithm-driven campaigns, fake news, information distortions and other methods that undermine electoral democracy in Africa.