Litteratur

Medier och migration, 7.5 högskolepoäng

Giltig fr.o.m.: HT2021
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Beslutsdatum: 2021-05-28
Beslutad av: Ämnesrådet för medie- och kommunikationsvetenskap

Bohn, C., & Hahn, A. (2002). Patterns of inclusion and exclusion: Property, nation and religion. Soziale Systeme, 8(1), 8-26. (paper copy) (18 p)

Bommes, Michael (2012). "Welfare systems and migrant minorities. The cultural dimension of social policies and its discriminatory potential. In: Boswell, Christina & Gianni D"Amato (eds). Immigration and social systems. Amsterdam: University press, 83-106. (paper copy) (23 p)

Braeckman, A. (2006). Niklas Luhmann"s systems theoretical redescription of the inclusion/exclusion debate. Philosophy & social criticism, 32(1), 65-88. (on the web) (12 p)

Chouliaraki, Lilie and Georgiou, Myria (2019) The digital border: mobility beyond territorial and symbolic divides. European Journal of Communication, 34 (6). pp. 594-605. ISSN 0267-3231 (11p.)

Georgiou, M. (2018). Does the subaltern speak ? Migrant voices in digital Europe. Popular Communication, 16(1), 45-57

Graf, Heike (red) (2011): Diversity in Theory and Practice. News Journalists in Sweden and Germany. Göteborg: Nordicom,: Intro (Graf/Jönhill), Graf, "Examining ethnicity in German newsrooms", 121-147) pdf on DIVA (26 p)

Halbwachs, Maurice (1925/1992): On collective memory. Edited, translated and with an introduction by Lewis A. Coser. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. (100 p)

Juan, Hsiao-Mei (2016) Strangeness as a Reality of Living Together. Soziale Welt .66.3, 311-326. (15 p)

Jönhill, J. I. (2012). Inclusion and exclusion—A guiding distinction to the understanding of issues of cultural background. Systems Research and Behavioral Science, 29(4), 387-401. (14 p)


Larkin, Brian. 2013. “The politics and poetics of infrastructure,” Annual Review of Anthropology. 42, 327–343 (16p.)

Latonero, M., and Kift, P. 2018. “On Digital Passages and Borders: Refugees and the New Infrastructure for Movement and Control,” Social Media + Society , January – March, pp. 1-11 (11p.)


Luhmann, Niklas (2013). 3. Inclusion and exclusion. In: Theory of society, Stanford: University Press, vol 2, 16-27. (11 p)

Madianou, Mirca; Miller, Daniel (2012): Migration and new media: transnational families and polymedia. Abingdon: Routledge. (100 p)


Madianou, Mirca. 2019. “Technocolonialism: Digital Innovation and Data Practices in the Humanitarian Response to Refugee Crises.” Social Media + Society 5 (3). doi:10.1177/2056305119863146 (13p.)


Marino, S. (2021). Mediating the Refugee Crisis. Digital Solidarity, Humanitarian Technologies and Border Regimes. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. (178p.)


Metcalfe, Philippa, and Lina Dencik. 2019. “The Politics of Big Borders: Data (In)justice and the Governance of Refugees.” First Monday 24 (4), 1-15. (15p.)

Morley, D. (2017). Communications and Mobility: The Migrant, the Mobile Phone, and the container box. Blackwell: Wiley (ca. 100 p)

Scheel, S., E. Ruppert, and F. Ustek-Spilda (2019). Enacting migration through data practices. Environment & Planning D: Society and Space 37(4), 579–88. (9p.)

Seuferling, P. & Leurs, K. (forthcoming, 2021). Histories of humanitarian technophilia: How imaginaries of media technologies have shaped migration infrastructures. Mobilities, 16. (15p.)

Smets, K., Leurs, K., Georgiou, M., Witteborn, S. & Gajjala, R. (red.) (2020). The SAGE handbook of media and migration. Los Angeles: SAGE. (100 p)


Stichweh, R. (2002). Strangers, inclusions, and identities. Soziale Systeme, 8(1), 101-109. (7 p)

Stäheli, U., & Stichweh, R. (2002). Inclusion/Exclusion. Systems Theoretical and Poststructuralist Perspectives. Soziale Systeme, 8(1), 3-7. (4 p)

Tazzioli, M. (2020): Extract, Datafy and Disrupt: Refugees’ Subjectivities between Data Abundance and Data Disregard, Geopolitics, DOI: 10.1080/14650045.2020.1822332. (20p.)

Urry, J. (2007). Mobilities. Cambridge: Polity. (ca. 80 p)