....POLKOM-mandag 08.10 med Mona Abdel-Fadil..POLKOM-Monday 08.10 with Mona Abdel-Fadil....

....POLKOM-mandag 08.10 med Mona Abdel-Fadil..POLKOM-Monday 08.10 with Mona Abdel-Fadil....

….Førstkommende mandag, den 08.10, inviterer POLKOM til åpent lunsj-seminar med Mona Abdel Fadi. Seminaret har tittelen Stuck Between Framing Religion As Good Or Bad?: Findings from Scandinavian Mediatized Environments og starter klokken 12.00 på rom 418 på IMK. I sin innledning vil Mona Abdel-Fadil, forsker ved IMK og C-REX gå gjennom hva ulike case-studier kan fortelle oss om hvordan ulike sosiale aktører forholder seg til mediatiserte konflikter rundt religion. Seminaret holdes på engelsk og er åpent for alle.

Full beskrivelse av innledningen:

Drawing on empirical data from the Scandinavian project Engaging with Conflicts in Mediatized Religious Environments (CoMRel), this talk analyses the overarching findings from case-studies in: classrooms, online communities, public service media (PSM) production rooms, local news outlets, and interreligious dialogue initiatives. I will provide an overview of the multiple ways in which various social actors engage with mediatized conflicts about religion, and the ways in which dominant media frames are replicated, contested, and nuanced. A main finding is that mediatized conflicts about religion are symptomatically entangled in a dichotomy between good or bad religion, and that social actors in the diverse settings are often cast in the role of ‘the ideal citizen’ or ‘the religious other’.

The talk is based on a book chapter published in 2018 called: ‘Gender, Diversity and Mediatized Conflicts of Religion: Lessons from Scandinavian Case Studies’ by Mona Abdel-Fadil, & Louise Lund Liebmann.  It is OPEN ACCESS, and available for download here: https://www.degruyter.com/view/books/9783110502060/9783110502060-021/9783110502060-021.xml..

This coming monday, on the 08.10, POLKOM will host an open lunch seminar featuring Mona Abdel-Fadil. The seminar is titled Stuck Between Framing Religion As Good Or Bad?: Findings from Scandinavian Mediatized Environments and will be held at 12.00 in room 418 at IMK. In her introduction, Mona Abdel-Fadil, researcher at IMK and C-REX, will present findings from different case studies examining how various social actors engage with mediatized conflicts about religion. The seminar will be held in English and is open for anyone to attend.

Full description of the seminar:

Drawing on empirical data from the Scandinavian project Engaging with Conflicts in Mediatized Religious Environments (CoMRel), this talk analyses the overarching findings from case-studies in: classrooms, online communities, public service media (PSM) production rooms, local news outlets, and interreligious dialogue initiatives. I will provide an overview of the multiple ways in which various social actors engage with mediatized conflicts about religion, and the ways in which dominant media frames are replicated, contested, and nuanced. A main finding is that mediatized conflicts about religion are symptomatically entangled in a dichotomy between good or bad religion, and that social actors in the diverse settings are often cast in the role of ‘the ideal citizen’ or ‘the religious other’.

The talk is based on a book chapter published in 2018 called: ‘Gender, Diversity and Mediatized Conflicts of Religion: Lessons from Scandinavian Case Studies’ by Mona Abdel-Fadil, & Louise Lund Liebmann.  It is OPEN ACCESS, and available for download here: https://www.degruyter.com/view/books/9783110502060/9783110502060-021/9783110502060-021.xml….

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....POLKOM-mandag med Frank Esser..POLKOM-Monday with Frank Esser....

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