Following themes developed in the preceding three chapters--that mediatizing
events plays to the strengths of cultural forces of secularization and put in the foreground divisions about the meaning of institutional events--the final three chapters examine the Catholic Church and Twitter, French Laicite and Marriage Equality, and the Internet and Islam.
The government has developed this notion of marketing itself through Hajj and mediatizing
the event in a way it never was before," he said.
(8) All third-time tools have long histories, emerging at different times and changing with each new mediatizing wave.
Images and pictorial and finally alphabetical writing (combining visual signs with oral talk) installed moments of externalization into human communication in a series of interrelated mediatizing waves that expanded the capacity for (and inescapability of) distanciation between previously inseparable communicative elements such as sender, receiver, text, and context.
The most recent mediatizing wave--that of digitalization--has vastly increased the compression and convergence of information (Fornas, Klein, Ladendorf, Sunden, & Sveningsson, 2002).
Mediatizing processes relate to new communication technologies, but not as a simple accommodation of local idiosyncrasies to rational measure standards.
Therefore, the temporal effects of the late-modern mediatizing wave cannot be reduced to any simple formula, except perhaps as a third-time pluralization that could lead to eroding fragmentation but is more likely to strengthen people's reflexive consciousness.
Influenced by the theories of Pierre Bourdieu and examining university education policy issues in Australia, England, and Scotland, the chapters he presents address such topics as the role of numerical data in education policy, policy borrowing and policy learning, globalization and educational policy restructuring, mediatizing
educational policy, theory and methodological considerations of researching education policy in a globalized world, and masculinity politics in boys' education in Australia.
of news coverage of political discourse involves all manner of technology beginning with the advent of news bulletins in earnest in the early 1950s, and transforming through decades of media innovation, including exponentially in the past 10 years through 24-hour rolling newscasts and social media.