2023 - Research.com Political Science in United Kingdom Leader Award
2016 - Member of Academia Europaea
His primary scientific interests are in Media studies, Social science, Digital media, Epistemology and Democracy. The various areas that Nick Couldry examines in his Media studies study include Space, Media, Gender studies, Power and Politics. Social theory is the focus of his Social science research.
His Digital media research includes elements of New media, Social media and Media relations. His Relation study in the realm of Epistemology interacts with subjects such as Process. His Democracy research incorporates themes from Mainstream, Subsidy, Media consumption and Value.
Nick Couldry focuses on Media studies, Social science, Politics, Public relations and Media consumption. His work in Media studies covers topics such as Power which are related to areas like Empirical research. His Social science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Digital media, Digital storytelling, Cultural studies, Epistemology and Social media.
In his research on the topic of Epistemology, Media system dependency theory is strongly related with Symbolic power. His research in Politics is mostly concerned with Democracy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Reflexivity, Focus group and Public engagement in addition to Media consumption.
Nick Couldry spends much of his time researching Epistemology, Datafication, Capitalism, Colonialism and Order. His work on Form of the Good is typically connected to Perspective as part of general Epistemology study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Datafication research incorporates elements of Media studies, Media event, Dominance, Advertising and Symbolic power.
His work carried out in the field of Media studies brings together such families of science as Mythology, Dataveillance and Autonomy. His Capitalism research incorporates elements of Postcolonialism, Relation and Value. His research investigates the connection between Politics and topics such as Power that intersect with problems in Public relations.
Nick Couldry mainly focuses on Datafication, Capitalism, Media studies, Colonialism and Politics. In the field of Media studies, his study on Media event overlaps with subjects such as Resource. His Colonialism study combines topics in areas such as Epistemology, Relation and Subject.
His study in the field of Bureaucracy also crosses realms of Means of production. His work deals with themes such as Social order, Political economy and Appropriation, which intersect with Smart objects. His research in Value intersects with topics in Narrative, Personalization, Multimedia, Face and Everyday life.
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The Mediated Construction of Reality
Nick Couldry;Andreas Hepp.
Media Consumption and Public Engagement: Beyond the Presumption of Attention
Nick Couldry;Sonia M. Livingstone;Tim Markham.
Media Rituals: A Critical Approach
Conceptualizing Mediatization: Contexts, Traditions, Arguments
Nick Couldry;Andreas Hepp.
Communication Theory (2013)
Why Voice Matters: Culture and Politics After Neoliberalism
Mediatization or mediation? Alternative understandings of the emergent space of digital storytelling
New Media & Society (2008)
Big Data from the bottom up
Nick Couldry;Alison Powell.
Big Data & Society (2014)
Theorising media as practice
Social Semiotics (2004)
Media, Society, World: Social Theory and Digital Media Practice
The Place of Media Power: Pilgrims and Witnesses of the Media Age
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