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Collaboration in Media Studies: Doing and Being Together (Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies)

Collaboration in Media Studies: Doing and Being Together (Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies)

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Publication Date: March 12th, 2024
Publisher:
Routledge
ISBN:
9781032486277
Pages:
224
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Description

This volume offers new perspectives on knowledge production through various forms of togetherness. Via diverse cases of collaboration in media studies, from methodological contemplations to on-the-field social practices, the book proposes reflections and inquiries around collective research, media, and action.

About the Author

Begüm Irmak is working as an executive manager in education and a part-time lecturer at Istanbul Bilgi University, Bahçeşehir University, and Beykoz University. She received her MSc degree from the London School of Economics in Sociology - Contemporary Social Thought in 2011 after graduating from the Sabancı University's Social and Political Sciences Programme in 2010. She received her PhD in Communication from Bilgi University. Until 2015, she worked in an advertising agency as the project leader of an international brand.Can Koçak is a Lecturer in Media and Cultural Studies at the University of Sussex. Before his current post, he taught at King's College London, Department of Digital Humanities. He received his PhD in Communication from Istanbul Bilgi University with a thesis that focused on the representation of intellectuals in Nuri Bilge Ceylan's films after receiving his master's degree in Film and Drama at Kadir Has University with an interdisciplinary research derived from Persona (Ingmar Bergman, 1966).Onur Sesigür is a Lecturer in Media and Communications at Coventry University, with a background in media studies, music and sound production. His current work revolves around streaming music and the topic of playlists, on which he recently published a book titled Playlisting: Collection Music, Remediated. Apart from his primary research interests in music and culture industries, he also studies digital cultures, transmedia storytelling and game studies.Nazan Haydari is a Professor of Media Department at İstanbul Bilgi University, Turkey. Her research area consists of intercultural communication, feminist media studies, critical media pedagogy, and radio studies with a particular interest in collaborative research. Haydari is the co-editor of Case Studies in Intercultural Dialogue. Some of her articles appeared in Gender and Education, Journalism Studies, Feminist Media Histories, and Innovations in Education and Teaching International Journal. She holds a PhD in Telecommunications and an MAIA in Communications and Development from Ohio University. Currently, she is working on a book manuscript on the oral history project with women radio broadcasters of the 1970s in Turkey and a project on the mapping of feminist and LGBTİ podcasts in Turkey.