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- Manufacturing Europe : spaces of democracy, diversity and communication
- Miyase Christensen - Yonca Ermutlu - Camilla Haavisto - Charles Husband - Kari Karppinen - Epp Lauk - Tom Moring - Tuomo Mörä - Hannu Nieminen - Philip Schlesinger - Gavan Titley - Hans-Jörg Trenz - Claes H. de Vreese - Valeria Jakobson
- 256 sidor
- 164 x 242 mm Ryggbredd 17 mm
- 475 g
- This book originated in the research project The European Public Sphere(s): Uniting or Dividing?, funded by the Academy of Finland between 2005 and 2007. Professor Hannu Nieminen was the leader of the project group, which included Professor Charles Husband, Professor Epp Lauk, Professor Tom Moring, Dr. Valeria Jakobson, Dr. Tuomo Mörä, Dr. Sinikka Sassi, Dr. Inka Salovaara-Moring, and doctoral students Yonca Ermutlu, Camilla Haavisto, and Kari Karppinen. The projects final was held at the University of Helsinki on 19-21 August 2007 and brought together European specialists in the field for a discussion of the European public sphere. This book contains revised texts from contributors to that meeting.
The goal of the research project The European Public Sphere(s): Uniting or Dividing? as well as the goal of the seminar, was to explore whether there is a common European public sphere, and if so, what are the empirical forms of its existence. The dimensions of the European public sphere and its relationship to democracy were evaluated through a comparative historical-sociological dimension emphasising national, regional, and global challenges, changing media systems, and the role of European cultural and ethnic minorities. Thus, the challenge of the book has been to reflect on Europeanisation, i.e. the process by which regions, cultures, public(s), and ways of communicating mesh, and to consider what kinds of social imaginaries, ideologies, and democratic challenges are involved in this process. This book has sought to address these dimensions whilst keeping in mind that relationships among democracy, cultural and ethnic diversity, and political communication in the European Union are never stable and mostly contested in everyday practices of people, organisations, and media.