Communicating Awe: Media Memory and Holocaust Commemoration

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Springer, 12 août 2014 - 185 pages
Offering a cross-media exploration of Israeli media on Holocaust Remembrance Day, one of Israel's most sacred national rituals, over the past six decades, this fascinating book investigates the way in which variables such as medium, structure of ownership, genre and targeted audiences shape the collective recollection of traumatic memories.
 

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Table des matières

List of Figures and Tables
Holocaust Commemoration andas NationBuilding
Radio Broadcasts and the Creation of the Soundtrack of Memory
Holocaust Remembrance Day Television
Narrating Traumatic Memories
Communicating Awe between Traditional and New Media
Index

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À propos de l'auteur (2014)

Oren Meyers is Senior Lecturer at the Department of Communication, University of Haifa, Israel. His research interests include journalistic values and practices, collective memory and popular culture. He has published articles in journals such as Journal of Communication, Critical Studies in Media Communication, Communication Review, Journalism Studies, Media, Culture and Society, Culture and Critique and the Journal of Popular Culture.

Motti Neiger is Dean of the School of Communication, Netanya Academic College, Israel. He served as the president of the Israel Communication Association (2006-2009) and as the founding Editor of Media Frames: Israeli Journal of Communication. His academic interests include various aspects of the interrelations between media and culture: mediated collective memory, journalism during conflicts, and the role of culture mediators. He has published articles in journals such as Journal of Communication, Critical Studies in Media Communication, Communication Review, Television and New Media, Journalism and Communication, Culture and Critique.

Eyal Zandberg is Senior Lecture at the School of Communication, Netanya Academic College, Israel. His research interests focus on the interrelations between collective memory and the media, especially within the context of the construction of the memory of the Holocaust in popular culture and on journalistic practices during times of war and conflict. He has published articles in journals such as the Journal of Communication, Critical Studies in Media Communication, Communication Review, Media, Culture and Society and Communication, Culture and Critique.

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