Ökologische Krisen und Ökologien der Kritik
Grünberger, Nina (editor)
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many things in the last two years, including the perception of ecological crises. This does not only concern ecological dimensions of environmental damage climate dynamics, biodiversity and sustainability deficits of all kinds, but also metaphorical applications of the concept of ecology. For example, when talking about digital climate change, datafication of communication ecologies, post-democratic dynamics of political ecologies, or commercialized media ecologies in digital capitalism, these are also often associated with crisis-like developmental dynamics. This volume aims to intertwine descriptions of ecological crises and their effects with critical perspectives of analysis, description, and action. It has an interdisciplinary focus and includes theoretical reflections, normative analyses, applications in practice, and a critical engagement with educational materials.
KeywordsMedia Studies; Critics; Ecology; Digital Lifestyle; Educational Science
Publisherinnsbruck university press
Publication date and placeInnsbruck, 2023
Media, information & communication industries