Our latest output – the CEDAR network’s Final Report – ‘Audiences, towards 2030: Priorities for Audience Analysis‘ – is now available for download on the University of Surrey’s repository. Please download on this link http://epubs.surrey.ac.uk/842403/

 

  1. Das, R. & Ytre-Arne, B. Eds. (Forthcoming, 2018). The future of audiences:
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  5. Das, R. (2017) A field in flux: The intriguing pasts and the promising future of audience analysis. Special issue of Television and New Media.
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    Kaun, Anne, Jannie Møller Hartley & Jānis Juzefovičs: ‘In search of the
    invisible (audiences)’. Special issue of Participations 13 (1).
  9. Pavlíčková, Tereza & Jelena Kleut:‘Produsage as experience and interpretation’.
    Special issue of Participations 13 (1).
  10. Mollen, Anne, Minna Saariketo & Jelena Kleut: ‘Intersecting audience activities:
    An audience studies perspective on the materiality of design, platforms
    and interfaces’. Special issue of Participations 13 (1).
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    researching digital audiences: Mapping audience research of software designs,
    interfaces and platforms’. Special issue of Participations 13 (1).
  12. Murru, Maria Francesca: ‘Listening, temporalities and epistemology: A hermeneutical
    perspective on mediated civic engagement’. Special issue of
    Participations 13 (1).
  13. Murru, Maria Francesca & Miriam Stehling, with contributions from Inês
    Amaral & Marco Scarcelli: ‘The civic value of being an audience: The intersection
    between media and citizenship in audience research’. Special
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  14. Vesnić-Alujević, Lucia & Maria Francesca Murru: ‘Digital audiences’ disempowerment:
    Participation or free labour’. Special issue of Participations 13 (1).
  15. Dias, Patrícia & Ana Jorge: ‘Audience experiencing of emotions in the contemporary media landscape’. Special issue of Participations 13 (1).
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  17. Mathieu, D., & Pavlíčková, T. (2017). Cross-media within the Facebook
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