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The Curving Mirror of Time
Series
Approaches to Culture Theory, 2
Compiler
Halliki Harro-Loit, Katrin Kello
Publisher
University of Tartu Press
Year
2013
Pages
191 p.
Format
145x210 mm.
Remark
Hardcover
ISBN
ISBN 978-9949-32-258-9
ISSN
2228-060X
Price
10,00 €
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This volume of articles reflects on journalism’s impact on collective memory in Estonia during the 20th century and in the onset of the 21st century. It focuses more broadly on the issues of time and temporality by problematizing the construction and actualization of chronotypes in news media, the transformations of the 20th century events in anniversary journalism as well as idiosyncracies of dealing with the past in minority media.

CONTENTS

Introduction / Halliki Harro-Loit
Temporality and commemoration in Estonian dailies / Halliki Harro-Loit, Anu Pallas
Divided memory and its reflection in Russian minority media in Estonia in 1994 and 2009 / Valeria Jakobson
Journalistic commemoration of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact in Estonia 1989–2009 / Ene Kõresaar, Kristiina Müür, Tiiu Kreegipuu
22 September 1944 in Soviet Estonian anniversary journalism / Marek Miil
The visual representation of women in the Estonian media, 1848–1940 / Roosmarii Kurvits

REVIEWS

"... this is a well-researched and solidly supported collection. It will help increase attention to relations between time and media technologies, media texts and processes of media reception." -- European Journal of Communication 2014, 29 (1)

"[T]he book approaches a well-known topic by a less traveled path. Through this it sheds light on Estonian history and its contemporary reception, and showcases useful research tools for further studies." -- Christian Nestler, Journal of Baltic Studies 1-2, 2014
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