Publications

Interaction of Microbial Systems with Industrial Materials

1996

Under the Sea: Archaeology and Palaeolandscapes of the Continental Shelf

2017 | Action TD0902

Materials and Mechanics

1984 | Action null

Accessibilité des Autocars et Bus à Longue Distance pour les Personnes à Mobilité Réduite

2007 | Action 349

'Interrogating audiences: Theoretical horizons of participation' in CM Communication Management Quarterly

2012 | Action IS0906

Sammlung der COST - Abkommen Band 4 1985-1986

1987 | Action null

Basic and Applied Hydrogeological Research in French Karstic Areas

1994 | Action 65

Forest Snow and Lanscape Research, Vol. 76, Issue 3, 2001

2001

Quality Assurance on Nuclear Medicine Software - 2nd Annual Report

1991 | Action B2

Under the Sea: Archaeology and Palaeolandscapes of the Continental Shelf

2017 | Action TD0902

This book focuses on issues of method and interpretation in studies of submerged landscapes, concentrating on illustrations and case studies from around Europe with additional examples from other parts of the world. Such landscapes were once exposed as dry land during the low sea levels that prevailed during the glacial periods that occupied most of the past million years and provided extensive new territories for human exploitation.

'Interrogating audiences: Theoretical horizons of participation' in CM Communication Management Quarterly

2012 | Action IS0906

The Action “Transforming Audiences, Transforming Societies” (2010- 2014) is coordinating research efforts into the key transformations of European audiences within a changing media and communication environment, identifying their complex interrelationships with the social, cultural and political areas of European societies. A range of interconnected but distinct topics concerning audiences are being developed by four Working Groups: (1) New media genres, media literacy and trust in the media; (2) Audience interactivity and participation; (3) The role of media and ICT use for evolving social relationships; and (4) Audience transformations and social integration.

This peer-reviewed special issue tries to contribute to the development of participatory theory within the framework of communication and media studies.

As always, this requires careful manoeuvring to reconcile conceptual contingency with the necessary fixity that protects the concept of participation from signifying anything and everything. In order to deepen the theorisations of participation, two strategies will be used: In a first cluster of articles, the concept of participation will be confronted with another theoretical concept or tradition that will enrich the theoretical development of participation. In the second cluster of articles, the workings of the notion of participation will be analysed within a specific topical field, which will allow deepening participatory theory by confronting participation with the contextualised logics of that topical field.