Collaboration in the media: the impact of interthinking and distributive cognition on news and media production processes.

15 October 2010 → 14 April 2012
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Humanities
    • Linguistics
    • Theory and methodology of linguistics
    • Other languages and literary studies
    • Other philosophy, ethics and religious studies not elsewhere classified
    • Other humanities and the arts
  • Social sciences
    • Applied sociology
    • Policy and administration
    • Social psychology
    • Social stratification
    • Social theory and sociological methods
    • Sociology of life course, family and health
    • Other sociology and anthropology
    • Communication sciences
    • Journalism and professional writing
    • Media studies
    • Other media and communications
media collaboration interaction
Project description

The central research questions of the research project are: which components (including interthinking) play salient roles in the distributed cognition of media production work and how are these components organized in interaction? The project analyses segments of 200 hours of audio-recorded media production meetings in which (i) media products were planned, (ii) drafts were discussed, and (iii) updates and revisions were made.