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Lifestyle Journalism : Social Media, Consumption and Experience

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Vodanovic, Lucia (EDT)

Routledge 2019/06
出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780815357971
eISBN: 9781351123365
KNPID: EY00346154
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Full Description

 

Ranging from travel to wellbeing and fashion to food, Lifestyle Journalism explores a wide variety of subjects within a growing field.

This edited collection examines the complex dynamics of the ever-evolving media environment of lifestyle journalism, encompassing aspects of consumerism, entertainment and cosmopolitanism, as well as traditional journalistic practices. Through detailed case studies and research, the book discusses themes of consumer culture, identity, representation, the sharing economy and branding while bringing in important new aspects such as social media and new cultural intermediaries. International and cross-disciplinary, the book is divided into four parts: emerging roles; experience and identity in lifestyle media; new players and lifestyle actors; and lifestyle consumerism and brands.

Featuring case studies from a variety of countries including Turkey, the US, Chile and the UK, this is an important resource for journalism students and academics.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Lucía Vodanovic

 

Part I – Emerging roles of lifestyle journalism

  1. Unpacking lifestyle journalism via service journalism and constructive journalism
  2. Unni From and Nete Nørgaard Kristensen

  3. Idealised authenticity: analysing Jean Baudrillard’s Theory of Simulation and its applicability to food coverage in city magazines
  4. Joy Jenkins and Amanda Hinnant

  5. Journalism without news: the beauty journalist private/professional self in The Guardian’s ‘below the line’ comments
  6. Lucía Vodanovic

     

    Part II – Experience, consumption and identity

  7. Reconciling religion and consumerism: Islamic lifestyle media in Turkey
  8. Feyda Sayan-Cengiz

  9. Travel journalists as cultural mediators: a qualitative discourse analysis on the ‘othering’ of Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown
  10. Aaron McKinnon

  11. The impact of social media in lifestyle journalism in Mexico: serving citizens versus creating consumers
  12. Sergio Rodríguez-Blanco and Dalia Cárdenas-Hernández

     

    Part III – New players and lifestyle actors

  13. Communicative value chains: fashion bloggers and branding agencies as cultural intermediaries
  14. Arturo Arriagada and Francisco Ibañez

  15. Are food bloggers a new kind of influencer?
  16. Sidonie Naulin

  17. Agents of change: the parallel roles of trend forecaster and lifestyle journalists as mediators and tastemakers in consumer culture
  18. Sabrina Faramarzi

     

    Part IV – Lifestyle, consumerism and branding

  19. Food and journalism: storytelling about gastronomy in newspapers from the U.S. and Spain
  20. Francesc Fusté-Forné and Pere Masip

  21. Travel journalism and the sharing economy: Airbnbmag and sourcing
  22. Bryan Pirolli

  23. Lifestyle journalism as brand practice: the cases of Uniqlo and Abercrombie & Fitch

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