Rethinking ‘Rethinking Convergence/Culture’

@article{Jenkins2014RethinkingC,
  title={Rethinking ‘Rethinking Convergence/Culture’},
  author={Henry Jenkins},
  journal={Cultural Studies},
  year={2014},
  volume={28},
  pages={267 - 297}
}
Responding to the September 2011 special issue on ‘Rethinking Convergence Culture’, this essay seeks to identify ways that the author's thinking about convergence and participatory culture have shifted over time, often in ways that are closely aligned with the issue's contributors. Throughout the essay, the author addresses the links between cultural and political participation, the challenges in using new media in support of democratic change, the ways that institutional power structures… Expand
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