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Title: Neoliberalism, the rise of new media folklore and the emergence of new nationalisms
Authors: Kajfosz, Jan
Keywords: New Media; Folklore; Hoax; Fake News; Post-Truth; Magical Thinking; Language and Ideology; Sociology of the Media
Issue Date: Apr-2019
Citation: "Berlin Journal of Critical Theory" vol. 3, no 2 (2019), s. 27-47
Abstract: The aim of the paper is to define the difference between nationalisms of the modern era and contemporary nationalisms. The proposition is methodologically based on the phenomenological and semiotic analysis of texts representing genres of new media folklore shared within digital communicative networks as well as on the analysis of conditions of their production, consumption, and reproduction. The author claims that the social reproduction of new nationalisms takes place beyond traditional (modern) social structures and hierarchies of knowledge credibility. He attempts to prove that new nationalisms are based on magical-mythical perception and thinking.
ISSN: 2567-4048
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