Advancing Media Production Research: Shifting Sites, by Chris Paterson, David Lee, Anamik Saha, Anna Zoellner

By Chris Paterson, David Lee, Anamik Saha, Anna Zoellner

This anthology explores demanding situations to figuring out the character of cultural creation, exploring leading edge new examine methods and enhancements to outdated methods, corresponding to newsroom ethnography, so one can let clearer, fuller realizing of the workings of journalism and different kinds of media and cultural construction.

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It has become a major focus for the UK Research Councils, which have funded a number of knowledge exchange ‘hubs’, research centres, and programmes to address the linked themes of the creative economy, digitization, cultural value and intellectual property. This framing of the field, so evidently driven by the political imperative of supporting the national economy in the context of global competition, has engendered two basic responses in the academic world, which I shall simplify as follows. On the one hand, there are the endorsers, who work enthusiastically within the terms of the discourse, treating the creative economy as real.

As this kind of approach to research grows in importance, funders will need to recognize that they are asking for more, and pay for it. Concluding thoughts Writing this essay in the UK at the start of a new phase of the REF, it is hard to ignore the fact that achieving ‘impact’ for one’s research beyond academia will be the order of the day. Fortune may smile on those few British academics undertaking production studies under the new dispensation. Characteristically, such work involves interaction with cultural and media organizations, policy communities, and those engaged in creative labour.

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