Theorising Media and Practice

Theorising Media and Practice

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Although practice theory has been a mainstay of social theory for nearly three decades, so far it has had very limited impact on media studies. This book draws on the work of practice theorists such as Wittgenstein, Foucault, Bourdieu, Barth and Schatzki and rethinks the study of media from the perspective of practice theory. Drawing on ethnographic case studies from places such as Zambia, India, Hong Kong, the United States, Britain, Norway and Denmark, the contributors address a number of important themes: media as practice; the interlinkage between media, culture and practice; the contextual study of media practices; and new practices of digital production. Collectively, these chapters make a strong case for the importance of theorising the relationship between media and practice and thereby adding practice theory as a new strand to the study of anthropology of media.Visualisation Visualisation is the general term for the visual concept ofa sequence or whole film. This may be broken down into storyboard, shot list, set plans, rehearsal, lighting diagrams, and visual-effects a#39;pre-viza#39; (pre-visualisation), carriedanbsp;...


Title:Theorising Media and Practice
Author: Birgit Brauchler, John Postill
Publisher:Berghahn Books - 2010-11-15
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