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Media and Memory$
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Joanne Garde-Hansen

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780748640348

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: September 2012

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9780748640348.001.0001

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Personal, Collective, Mediated and New Memory Discourses

Personal, Collective, Mediated and New Memory Discourses

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(p.31) 2 Personal, Collective, Mediated and New Memory Discourses
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Media and Memory
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Joanne Garde-Hansen

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Edinburgh University Press
DOI:10.3366/edinburgh/9780748640348.003.0003

This chapter will take the map of the key approaches to memory explored in chapter one and extrapolate them along personal, collective, manufactured and ‘new memory’ lines so as to show how these theories have already been reinterpreted by media scholars. From a personal to a global perspective, theories of media and memory from Zelizer (1993, 1998) on journalism, Hirsch (2001) and Kuhn (2002) on photography, Grainge (2002) on film, Kitch (2005) on magazines, Sturken (2007) on television/film/photography, Hoskins (2004) on satellite broadcasting, Rosenzweig and Cohen (2005) on digital history and van Dijk (2007) on digital media have all grappled with synthesizing memory within the context of particular media forms. This chapter affords the reader a clearer insight into how theorists of media and memory have carved up the theoretical terrain.

Keywords:   Mediated memory, new memory, collective memory, personal memory

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