SURRENDERING THE SPACE

@article{Turner2011SURRENDERINGTS,
  title={SURRENDERING THE SPACE},
  author={Graeme Turner},
  journal={Cultural Studies},
  year={2011},
  volume={25},
  pages={685 - 699}
}
This essay tests the claims made by some versions of convergence culture to be the next step forward for Cultural Studies. It does this by examining the teaching programmes that have been generated by various formations of convergence culture: programmes in new media studies, creative industries and digital media studies. The results of this examination are cause for concern: most of these programmes appear to have surrendered the space won for Cultural Studies in the university curriculum in… Expand
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