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THE RESEARCHING AND TEACHING COMMUNICATION SERIES

THE RESEARCHING AND TEACHING COMMUNICATION SERIES

RESEARCHING MEDIA, DEMOCRACY
AND PARTICIPATION
THE INTELLECTUAL WORK OF THE 2006 EUROPEAN MEDIA AND
COMMUNICATION DOCTORAL SUMMER SCHOOL

Edited by Nico Carpentier Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt Kaarle Nordenstreng Maren Hartmann Peeter Vihalemm Bart Cammaerts

The Intensive Programme in Media and Communication: Enlarging Europe – Enlarging Participation is supported by the Socrates Erasmus IP project (contract number: 69935-IC-1-2004-EE-ERASMUS-IPUC-6), the European Communication Research and Education Association (www.ecrea.eu), the University of Tartu – the Department of Journalism and Communication (www.jrnl.ut.ee) and a consortium of 14 universities.

ISSN 1736–3918 (print) ISBN-13: 978–9949–11–463–4 (prints) ISBN-10: 9949–11–463–2 (prints) ISSN 1736–4752 (online) ISBN–13: 978–9949–11–464–1 (online) ISBN-10: 9949–11–464–0 (online) Copyright: Authors 2006 Tartu University Press www.tyk.ee

Table of contents
Introduction: Generating a unique learning experience. The Intellectual work of the 2006 European media and communication doctoral summer school in Tartu ................................. Nico Carpentier 9

PART ONE SECTION ONE: MEDIA AND DEMOCRACY
Civic participation and practices: Beyond ‘deliberative democracy’................................................................................................... Peter Dahlgren ‘Four Theories of the Press’ reconsidered ............................................... Kaarle Nordenstreng Media roles in society................................................................................. Denis McQuail Determinants on international news coverage ....................................... Ines Wolter Media self-regulation in Europe............................................................... Manuel Parés I Maicas 23 35 47 59 73

SECTION TWO: PARTICIPATING IN EUROPE
Multiculturalism and ‘saying it like it is’: Mapping discourses of ‘political correctness’ in North Belgium.............................................. Benjamin De Cleen 83

Blurring the boundaries: The dismantlement of the institutional and non-institutional politics dichotomy through the media-oriented strategies of new social movements and political parties..................... 95 Iñaki Garcia Blanco What do we mean by a European public sphere?.................................. 105 Hannu Nieminen

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The audience’s role in constituting the European public sphere: A theoretical approach based on the pragmatic concept of John Dewey ............................................................................................. 121 Swantje Lingenberg

SECTION THREE: PARTICIPATING IN EUROPEAN MEDIA
Participation and power in the television program Temptation Island ............................................................................................................ 135 Nico Carpentier Tracking real lives: Reflections on longitudinal documentary............. 149 Richard Kilborn The Internet and the Second Iraqi War: Extending participation and challenging mainstream journalism? ............................................... 159 Bart Cammaerts & Nico Carpentier

PART TWO SECTION FOUR: THEORISING COMMUNICATION
Rethinking the digital divide-approach: From a technically based understanding to a concept referring to Bourdieu’s Social Capital ............................................................................................... 177 Friedrich Krotz Back to the future: historicizing social dream worlds about new media.................................................................................................... 189 Wim Vanobberghen Do the media help us grasp European Realities? Philosophical, ethical and methodological questions ..................................................... 203 Bertrand Cabedoche...
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