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LSE Fellow (Media Governance, Political Communication)

LSE Fellow (Media Governance, Political Communication)
 
London School of Economics and Political Science - Department of Media and Communications 
 
 
Location: London

CFP "Rethinking the Mediatization of Politics: Politics and policy, government and governmentality, citizenship and activism"

The mediatization of politics was the very beginning of mediatization research: In the 1990s and the years following, mediatization was mainly discussed as the adaptation of ‘media rules’ or ‘journalistic logics’ to the field of politics. Following this, most of the early theorising of mediatization was related to this kind of research. However, since then the field of mediatization research has opened widely.

PhD seminar 'Political Economy of the Media' by Prof. Janet Wasko

The Department of Communication Sciences (Ghent University) and theCentre for Cinema and Media Studies (CIMS, UGent, www.cims.ugent.be) organize the PhD-seminar ‘Political Economy of

Vacancy in the new project "Die qualitative Langzeituntersuchung der Mediatisierung sozialer Beziehungen: Erprobung und Optimier

Vacancy in the new project "Die qualitative Langzeituntersuchung der Mediatisierung sozialer Beziehungen: Erprobung und Optimierung des Verfahrens"

>From the October 1, 2012

1 junior researcher (Postdoc), tariff part 13 TVL (100%) or
2 junior researchers, tariff part 13 TVL (65%)

are vacant in the research project „Die qualitative Langzeituntersuchung der Mediatisierung sozialer Beziehungen: Erprobung und Optimierung des Verfahrens“

wIDER? wORLD? wEB? PAN-EUROPEAN FORUM ON MEDIA PLURALISM & NEW MEDIA

 
wIDER? wORLD? wEB? PAN-EUROPEAN FORUM ON MEDIA PLURALISM & NEW MEDIA
 
Wednesday 27 June 2012; European Parliament - Plenary Chamber, Brussels
 

CFP International colloquium on public communication Ā«Public Communication in tensionĀ»

International colloquium on public communication «Public Communication in tension»
Brussels, Ecole Royale Militaire, 18 october 2012
With the support of Service public de Wallonie

The communication in the public sector is growing fast in importance at various levels of power: local, regional, territorial, federal, national or European levels. The professionalization of communicators in the sector reflects this recognition of public communication. Yet, few studies cover practices, stakes and constraints of public communication.

Media and Communication Departments - Research Groups in Belgium

Belgium is a federal country with three official languages: Dutch, French and German. There are Dutch and French speaking universities (Flanders, Wallonia, and bilingual Brussels)
 
Media & Communication Departments in
 
(a) Dutch-speaking universities:

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