Nordicom Review 31 (Special Issue) NordMedia 2009

Editor(s): Ulla Carlsson

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Content

Foreword
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Body, Soul and Society. Rethinking Media and Communication Ontologies
Miyase Christensen, André Jansson
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Plenary Session I. Where is Liberation in Contemporary Media Culture?
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Mission Impossible? Neoliberal Subjects and Empowerment
Mikko Lehtonen
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Utopia and Torture in the Hollywood War Film
Rikke Schubart
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Body and Soul. Notes on Challenges to Freedom
Sverker Sörlin
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Plenary Session IIA. What is a Healthy Soul in A Healthy Body? Ethics, Aesthetics and Sustainability in Media Society
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The Body as Design Project in an‘Order of Pure Decision’. Transformable Bodies in Makeover Shows and Steven Meisel’s Fashion Photography
Anne Jerslev
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The Face of Health . Makeover Culture and New Body Ideals
Thomas Johansson
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Better (Red)™ Than Dead? Celebrities, Consumption and International Aid
Lisa Ann Richey, Stefano Ponte
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Plenary Session IIB. “DigIT or Not”: Are We Addicted to the Media?
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Online among Us. Experiences of Virtuality in Everyday Life
Kaarina Nikunen
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Experimenting with New Media for Journalism
Lars Nyre
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From the Ecology of Broadcasting to the Ecology of Participation. Critical Reflections
Tobias Olsson
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Plenary Session III. New Dynamics in Online Social Net­work­­ing: Revisiting Communication, Consump­tion and Division of Labour
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The Embodied Self in a Digital Age. Possibilities, Risks, and Prospects for a Pluralistic (democratic/liberal) Future?
Charles Ess
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The Precarious Citizen. Control and Value in the Digital Age
Katharine Sarikakis
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The Authors
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Appeal August 15, 2009 on the release of Dawit Isaak
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Working Group Papers
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