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November 11, 2005

CFP - Images and Communities

Images and Communities - Methodological Issues and Empirical Analysis of Mediated Societies At the Conference Media and Money, Helsinki 3-4 February 2005.

In this panel we want to provide a forum for a discussion of the methodological issues involved in empirical analysis of the linkage between images and community. We are not particularly interested in the image as an artefact, but rather in the image as a social relationship. The focus is on the role of mediated images and their alleged capacity to constitute communities of viewers in times when the conditions of late modernity undermine more conventional forms of bonding. The panel invites systematic reflection on methodological and conceptual issues. Proposals from non mainstream and non established perspectives are especially encouraged

Topics include, but are not limited to:
Concept development and the nature of evidence
Narrative epistemology
Communities in media age
Mapping who is doing what, where and how in research
Empirical research and post modern epistemologies: mission impossible?
The society of spectacle, global capitalism and information & communication technology
From the stone to the screen: notes for a short history in the uses of public communication

Submissions are considered for three types of presentations. Regular presentations - paper of 7000-8000 words, 20 minutes presentation, Round table presentations - position paper of 1000 words, 5-10 minutes Presentation "in absence" - regular paper not exceeding 7000-8000 words sent for circulation among participants. Authors will receive feedback after the conference. All the accepted papers will be considered for publication.

Abstracts should be sent to: Matteo Stocchetti at [email protected] or Johanna Sumiala-Seppänen at [email protected] by 1st December, and a copy to [email protected]

Posted by prolurkr at November 11, 2005 02:54 PM

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