Edited Volumes

  • Hartmann, Maren/Hepp, Andreas (eds.) (2010): Die Mediatisierung der Alltagswelt. Festschrift zu Ehren von Friedrich Krotz. Wiesbaden: VS. [Link]
  • Hepp, Andreas/Krotz, Friedrich (eds.) (2014): Mediatized worlds: Culture and society in a media age. London: Palgrave.
  • Hjarvard, Stig (ed.) (2008): The mediatization of religion: Enchatment, media and popular culture Bristol, Northern Lights. Film and Media Studies Yearbook 2008, Bristol: Intellect. [Link]
  • Kriesi, Hanspeter/Lavenex, Sandra/Esser, Frank/Matthes, Jörg/Bühlmann, Marc/Bochsler, Daniel (eds.): Democracy in the age of globalization and mediatization. London: Macmillan.
  • Lundby, Knut (ed.) (2009): Mediatization: Concept, Changes, Consequences New York: Peter Lang. [Link]
  • Lundby, Knut (ed.) (2014): Mediatization of Communication. Handbooks of Communication Science vol. 21. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter Mounton. Link

Monographs:

  • Altheide, David L./Snow, Robert P. (1979): Media Logic. Beverly Hills: Sage. [Link]
  • Cottle, Simon (2006): Mediatized Conflicts: Understanding Media and Conflicts in the Contemporary World (Issues in Cultural and Media Studies). Open University Press. [Link]
  • Couldry, Nick (2012): Media, Society, World: Social Theory and Digital Media Practice. Cambridge, Oxford: Polity Press. [Link]
  • Hepp, Andreas (2013): Medienkultur. Die Kultur mediatisierter Welten. 2. Auflage. Wiesbaden: VS. [Link]
  • Hepp, Andreas (2012): Cultures of Mediatization. Cambridge: Polity Press. [Link]
  • Hjarvard, Stig (2013): The Mediatization of Culture and Society, London: Routledge. [Link]
  • Krotz, Friedrich (2007): Mediatisierung: Fallstudien zum Wandel von Kommunikation. Wiesbaden: VS. [Link]
  • Krotz, Friedrich (2001): Die Mediatisierung kommunikativen Handelns. Der Wandel von Alltag und sozialen Beziehungen, Kultur und Gesellschaft durch die Medien. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag. [Link]
  • Thompson, John B. (1995): The Media and Modernity. A Social Theory of the Media. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Link]

Journal Special Issues:

  • “Mediatization and Cultural Change.” Special issue of MedieKultur. Journal of media and communication research, 29 (2013), edited by Stig Hjarvard, Line Nybro Petersen & Anders Horsbøl. [Link]
  • “Conceptualising Mediatization.” Special issue of Communication Theory, 3 (2013), edited by Nick Couldry and Andreas Hepp. [Link]
  • “The mediatisation of religion debate.” Special issue of Culture and Religion, 12 (2011), edited by Mia Lövheim & Gordon Lynch. [Link]
  • “Mediatization: Empirical perspectives.” Special issue of Communications, 35 (2010), edited by Andreas Hepp, Stig Hjarvard & Knut Lundby. [Link]

Conceptual Articles:

  • Altheide, David L./Snow, Robert P. (1988): Toward a Theory of Mediation. In: Anderson, James A. (eds.): Communication Yearbook 11. Newbury Park: Sage, pp 194–223. [Link]
  • Asp, Kent (1990): Medialization, Media Logic and Mediarchy. In: Nordicom Review, 11, pp 47-50. [Link]
  • Couldry, Nick (2008): Mediatization or mediation? Alternative understandings of the emergent space of digital storytelling. In: New Media & Society, 10 (3), pp 373-391. [Link]
  • Dallow, Peter (2007): Mediatizing the web. The new modular extensible media. In: Journal of Media Practice, 8 (3), pp 341-358. [Link]
  • Hannerz, Ulf (1990): Genomsyrade av medier. In: Hannerz, Ulf (eds.): Medier och kulturer. Stockholm: Carlsson, pp 7-28. [Link]
  • Hepp, Andreas (2013): The communicative figurations of mediatized worlds: Mediatization research in times of the ‘mediation of everything’. In: European Journal of Communication, published online 16 September 2013. [Link]
  • Hepp, Andreas (2012): Mediatization and the ‘Moulding Forces’ of the Media. In: Communications, 37, pp 1-28. [Link]
  • Hepp, Andreas/Hjarvard, Stig/Lundby, Knut (2010): Mediatization: Empirical perspectives. An introduction to a special issue. In: Communications, 35 (3), pp 223-228. [Link]
  • Hjarvard, Stig (2012): Doing the Right Thing: Media and Communication Studies in a Mediatized World. In: Nordicom Review, Supplement, 33 (1), pp 27-34. [Link]
  • Hjarvard, Stig (2008): The Mediatization of Society. A Theory of the Media as Agents of Social and Cultural Change. In: Nordicom Review, 29 (2), pp 105-134. [Link]
  • Hjarvard, Stig (2004): From Bricks to Bytes: The Mediatization of a Global Toy Industry. In: Bondebjerg, Ib/Golding, Peter (eds.): European Culture and the Media. Bristol: Intellect, pp 43-63. [Link]
  • Jansson, Andre (2002): The Mediatization of Consumption: Towards an Analytical Framework of Image Culture. In: Journal of Consumer Culture, 2, pp 5-31. [Link]
  • Imhof, Kurt (2006): Mediengesellschaft und Medialisierung. In: Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft, 2 (2006), pp 5-29. [Link]
  • Kepplinger, Hans Matthias (2002): Mediatization of Politics. Theory and Data. In: Journal of Communication, 52, pp 972-986. [Link]
  • Krotz, Friedrich/Hepp, Andreas (2012): A concretization of mediatization: How mediatization works and why ‘mediatized worlds’ are a helpful concept for empirical mediatization research. In: Empedocles. European Journal for the Philosophy of Communication, in print. [Link]
  • Krotz, Friedrich (2009): Mediatization: A Concept With Which to Grasp Media and Societal Change. In: Lundby, Knut (eds.): Mediatization: Concept, Changes, Consequences. New York: Peter Lang, pp 19-38. [Link]
  • Lingard, Bob/Rawolle, Shaun (2004): Mediatizing educational policy: The journalistic field, science policy, and cross-field effects. In: Journal of education policy, 19 (3), pp 361-380. [Link]
  • Livingstone, Sonia M. (2009) On the mediation of everything. ICA Presidential address 2008. Journal of Communication, pp 59 (1), 1-18. [Link]
  • Livingstone, Sonia M. (2009): On the Mediation of Everything. In: Journal of Communication, 59, pp 1-18. [Link]
  • Mazzoleni, Gianpietro/Schulz, Winfried (1999): ‘Mediatization’ of politics: A challenge for democracy? In: Political Communication, 16, pp 247-261. [Link]
  • Schulz, Winfried (2004): Reconstructing Mediatization as an Analytical Concept. In: European Journal of Communication, 19 (1), pp 87-101. [Link]
  • Strömbäck, Jesper (2008): Four Phases of Mediatization: An Analysis of the Mediatization of Politics. In: The International Journal of Press/Politics, 13 (3), pp 228-246. [Link]
  • Vowe, Gerhard (2006): Mediatisierung der Politik? Ein theoretischer Ansatz auf dem Prüfstand. In: Publizistik, 51 (4), pp 437-455. [Link]

Handbook articles:

  • Mazzoleni, Gianpietro (2008): Mediatization of Politics. In: Donsbach, Wolfgang (ed.): The International Encyclopedia of Communication, vol VII. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, pp 3047-3051. [Link]
  • Mazzoleni, Gianpietro (2008): Mediatization of Society. In: Donsbach, Wolfgang (ed.): The International Encyclopedia of Communication, vol VII. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, pp 3052-3055. [Link]
  • Schanze, Helmut (2002): Medialisierung. In: Schanze, Helmut (eds.): Metzler Lexikon Medientheorie– Medienwissenschaft. Ansätze, Personen, Grundbegriffe. Stuttgart: Metzler, pp 199. [Link]
  • Strömbäck, Jesper (2011): Mediatization of Politics. In: Bucy, Erik P./Holbert, R. Lance (ed.): Sourcebook for Political Communication Research. London, New York: Routedge, pp 367-382. [Link]

Others:

  • Hepp, Andreas/Krönert, Veronika (2010): Religious Media Events: The Catholic “World Youth Day” as an Example for the Mediatisation and Individualisation of Religion. In: Couldry, Nick/Hepp, Andreas/Krotz, Friedrich (eds.): Media Events in a Global Age. London u.a.: Routledge, pp 265-282. [Link]
  • Kaun, Anne (2011): Mediatization versus Mediation: Contemporary Concepts under Scrutiny. Research Overview from Riksbankens Jubileumsfond, in: Fornäs, Johan and Kaun, Anne (eds): Medialisering av kultur, politik, vardag och forskning: Slutrapport från Riksbankens Jubileumsfonds forskarsymposium i Stockholm 18-19 augusti 2011, Södertörn: Medierstudier vid Södertörn, pp 16-38. [Link]
  • Livingstone, Sonia M. (2008) Taking risky opportunities in youthful content creation: teenagers’ use of social networking sites for intimacy, privacy and self-expression. New Media & Society, 10(3): pp 393-411. [Link]