The relationship between media and the organizations they cover has changed dramatically in the last few decades, which have witnessed a huge expansion of news coverage focusing on different types of organizations and their activities. In parallel, organizations have dramatically increased their investment in public relations and other media-oriented forms of communication. Like other societal developments – globalization, marketization, individualization, scientification – mediatization has become an institutional force.
This book analyses the mediatization of contemporary organizations and how individual organizations, industry or markets are scrutinized. It examines its key influence on the actions of organizations, and how it shaptes the entire landscape in which the organizations operate. What'such a perspective provides is the accentuation of the interplay between organizations and different parts of the society as embedded in the media and its logic.
This will be essential reading for professionals, academics and advanced students in organizational studies, public relations and media studies.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Series:||Routledge Studies in Management, Organizations and Society Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Josef Pallas is Lecturer and Researcher in the Department of Business Studies and the Department of Informatics and Media at Uppsala University, Sweden
Lars Strannegård is Professor in the Department of Management and Organization at Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
Stefan Jonsson is Professor in the Department of Business Studies at Uppsala University, Sweden
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Media and Organizations – Images, Practices and Organizing (Josef Pallas, Stefan Jonsson and Lars Strannegård) Chapter 2. The role of Business Media in Constructing Rational Myths of Organization (Friederike Schultz, Roy Suddaby and Joep Cornelissen) Chpater 3. The Institutionality of a Mediatized Organizational Environment (John C. Lammers and Sally A. Jackson) Chapter 4. Corruption and the Media: Infotainment, Moralization, Dramatization, and Conversationalization (Eric Breit and Eero Vaara) Chapter 5. Fleeting Fleet-Street: The Ephemeral Nature of Institutional Media Effects (Stefan Jonsson and Jesper Edman) Chapter 6. The Foundations of a Theory Explaining Organizational News: The VT4 Framework of Organizational News Content and Five Levels of Influence on its Production (Craig E. Carroll and David L. Deephouse) Chapter 7. We Have Never Been Pure. Negotiations Between Journalism and Business in Newspaper Organizations (Elena Raviola) Chapter 8. How the Business Press Stabilizes and Destabilizes Notions of Audit Failure: The Case of Intrum Justitia (Thomas Carrington and Gustav Johed) Chapter 9. The Codification of Everything (Barbara Czarniawska) Chapter 10. Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Framing Public Organizations in the News (Thomas Schillemans and Sandra Jacobs) Chapter 11. Mediatization in New Areas: The Changed Role of Public Bureaucracies (Kjersti Thorbjørnsrud, Øyvind Ihlen and Tine Ustad Figenschou) Chapter 12. Semi-Autonomous Organizations’ Communication Challenges in a Mediatized Society: A Case Study of the Swedish Development Cooperation Agency (Cecilia Strand) Chapter 13. Framing Impressions in Corporate Communication: The Mediatization of Corporate Messages (Laura Illia, Karan Sonpar and Philemon Bantimaroudis) Chapter 14. The Mediatization of Campaign Organizations (Jakob Svensson) Chapter 15. Corporate Governance and Communication (Lars Engwall) Chapter 16. Media Enactments: Where to Look for Inspiration in Mediatization Studies (Magnus Fredriksson and Josef Pallas)