New media, new research challenges: an introduction

Peter Golding, Slavko Splichal

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The authors introduce the European Science Foundation Forward Look Report Media in Europe: New Questions for Research and Policy (2013) which summarises the conclusions and recommendations of a series of ESF workshops held in 2012 to draw up a strategic research and science policy agenda for media studies in Europe for the next 5-10 years. The presentations in five meetings, along with informal dialogue and exchanges, shed greater light on the pervasive role of the media in so many areas of social, economic, cultural and political life. Five articles based on the ESF workshop position papers by the same authors, debates in the workshops and the final conference held in Ljubljana in January 2013, and respective chapters of the ESF Forward Look Report, discuss current trends in mediated identity formation, the `digital divide' conundrum, political participation in an age of mediatisation, the agency of content creators, and research literature on media literacy.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)5-10
JournalJavnost- The Public
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2013


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