Methodological Aspects of Research on Mediatization and Demediatization of Everyday Life. Current State and Key Challenges
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Kopecka-Piech, K. (2020). Methodological Aspects of Research on Mediatization and Demediatization of Everyday Life. Current State and Key Challenges. Annales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis | Studia De Cultura, 12(4), 113–121.


Celem artykułu jest prezentacja głównych paradygmatów i problemów metodologicznych w badaniach nad mediatyzacją życia codziennego oraz określenie luki metodologicznej dotyczącej badań nad demediatyzacją, szczególnie tej sfery życia. Artykuł rozpoczyna się od zdefiniowania mediatyzacji i przedstawienia głównych paradygmatów badawczych. Następnie lokuje omawiane zagadnienia w obszarze badań nad mediatyzacją życia codziennego. W dalszej części odnosi się do demediatyzacji jako realnego zjawiska i zaniedbanego badawczo obszaru. Artykuł wieńczy omówienie kluczowych wyzwań dotyczących omawianych badań nad życiem codziennym.
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