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Title Crisis' representations : frontiers and identities in the contemporary media narratives / edited by Constantopoulou, Christiana (Chryssoula)
Published Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2020
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Series Studies in critical social sciences, 15734234 ; vol.173
Summary "This book constitutes a sociological research on the current "narrations" of the economic and refugee crisis which has mobilized all the aspects of social storytelling during the last decade, most particularly in the European South. Because the different (mass and social) media reflect the dominant ideas and representations, the research on the meaning of different media narratives becomes a necessary report for the understanding of the relation (or "inexistent dialogue"?) between official political discourses and popular myths (based on everyday life values of prosperity, mostly promoted by the mass culture and the cultural industries' products). Despite the ongoing inequalities and difficulties, the contemporary audiences seem to counterbalance misery by the dreams of happiness, provided by this kind of products. Contributors include: Christiana Constantopoulou, Amalia Frangiskou, Evangelia Kalerante, Laurence Larochelle, Debora Marcucci, Valentina Marinescu, Albertina Pretto, Maria Thanopoulou, Joanna Tsiganou, Vasilis Vamvakas, and Eleni Zyga"-- Provided by publisher
Notes Includes index
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Subject Financial crises -- Social aspects -- Europe, Southern
Financial crises -- Social aspects -- Greece
Narration (Rhetoric)
Refugees -- Europe, Southern
Refugees -- Greece
Form Electronic book
Author K┼Źnstantopoulou, Chrysoula, editor.
LC no. 2020040611
ISBN 9004439552
9789004439559