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Parution: Incommunication en BD

Pascal Robert, De l’incommunication au miroir de la Bande Dessinée

Clermont-Ferrand, Presses universitaires Blaise Pascal, Collection « Communication, Cultures & Lien social”, avril 2017

La communication est difficile à penser. Car, si ça communique vraiment, que dire d’autre ? Ne convient-il pas, dès lors, de renverser la perspective, de penser d’abord en termes d’incommunication et de penser cette incommunication elle-même ? Voilà tout le projet de ce livre. Et s’il n’est pas le premier à s’intéresser à l’incommunication, il possède néanmoins l’indéniable originalité de travailler sur un terreau riche à la fois de toute sa fraîcheur et de sa profondeur, la bande dessinée. Non pour y plaquer une théorie, mais bien pour construire une réflexion sur l’incommunication à partir de la bande dessinée.
On pourrait supposer que la bande dessinée est trop faible pour constituer un support suffisamment pertinent à une telle construction. Or, il n’en est rien. Car elle offre une pré-modélisation des actions, situations et personnages en les épurant, tout en Continuer la lecture de Parution: Incommunication en BD

Parution : Fuchs Christian & Vincent Mosco (eds.), Marx is Back – The Importance of Marxist Theory and Research for Critical Communication Studies Today

Fuchs Christian & Vincent Mosco (eds.), Marx is Back – The Importance of Marxist Theory and Research for Critical Communication Studies Today, tripleC – Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society, 10 (2), 2012.: 127-632, URL : http://www.triple.c.at.

We are happy to announce publication of tripleC’s special issue “Marx is Back – The Importance of Marxist Theory and Research for Critical Communication Studies Today” that contains 29 contributions on more than 500 pages.

http://www.triple-c.at/index.php/tripleC/issue/current

The entire issue as one single file is available here: http://www.triple-c.at/index.php/tripleC/article/view/427

Table of Contents

Marx is Back-The Importance of Marxist Theory and Research for Critical Comm. Studies Today, ed C. Fuchs & Vincent Mosco

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Introduction: Marx is Back – The Importance of Marxist Theory and Research for Critical Communication Studies Today, Christian Fuchs, Vincent Mosco

Cultural Work as a Site of Struggle: Freelancers and Exploitation, Nicole S. Cohen

Understanding Accumulation: The Relevance of Marx’s Theory of Primitive Accumulation in Media and Communication Studies, Mattias Ekman

How Less Alienation Creates More Exploitation? Audience Labour on Social Network Sites, Eran Fisher

Against Commodification: The University, Cognitive Capitalism and Emergent Technologies, Richard Hall, Bernd Stahl

“Means of Communication as Means of Production” Revisited, William Henning James Hebblewhite

The Communication of Capital: Digital Media and the Logic of Acceleration, Vincent R. Manzerolle, Atle Mikkola Kjøsen

Communication and Symbolic Capitalism. Rethinking Marxist Communication Theory in the Light of the Information Society, George Pleios

The Network’s Blindspot: Exclusion, Exploitation and Marx’s Process-Relational Ontology, Robert Prey

A Note on the Ongoing Processes of Commodification: From the Audience Commodity to the Social Factory, Jernej Prodnik

The Internet and “Frictionless Capitalism”, Jens Schröter

Digital Marx: Toward a Political Economy of Distributed Media, Andreas Wittel

Marxist Theory in Critical Transitions: The Democratization of the Media in Post-Neoliberal Argentina, Pablo Castagno

Missing Marx: The Place of Marx in Current Communication Research and the Place of Communication in Marx’s Work, İrfan Erdogan

Towards Marxian Internet Studies, Christian Fuchs

Did Somebody Say Neoliberalism? On the Uses and Limitations of a Critical Concept in Media and Communication Studies, Christian Garland, Stephen Harper

The Coolness of Capitalism Today, Jim McGuigan

“Feminism” as Ideology: Sarah Palin’s Anti-feminist Feminism and Ideology Critique, Michelle Rodino-Colocino

Dialectical Method and the Critical Political Economy of Culture, Brice Nixon

Systemic Propaganda as Ideology and Productive Exchange, Gerald Sussman

21st Century Socialism: Making a State for Revolution, Lee Artz

‘A Workers’ Inquiry 2.0’: An Ethnographic Method for the Study of Produsage in Social Media Contexts, Brian Brown, Anabel Quan-Haase

The Pastoral Power of Technology. Rethinking Alienation in Digital Culture, Katarina Giritli Nygren, Katarina L Gidlund

Social Media, Mediation and the Arab Revolutions, Miriyam Aouragh

Updating Marx’s Concept of Alternatives, Peter Ludes

Marx is Back, But Which One? On Knowledge Labour and Media Practice, Vincent Mosco

The Enclosure and Alienation of Academic Publishing: Lessons for the Professoriate, Wilhelm Peekhaus

The Problem of Privacy in Capitalism and the Alternative Social Networking Site Diaspora*, Sebastian Sevignani

Marx As Journalist: Revisiting The Free Speech Debate, Padmaja Shaw