Mads Jon Damgaard Andersen
Emil Holms Kanal 6, 2300 København S, KUA1, Bygning: 24.3.19
Through a framework building upon narrative theory, mediatization research and the sociological repertoire approach of Boltanski and Thevenot, I research the frontiers of contemporary media and the effects of mediatization on political systems and discourses of justice, corruption and transparency.
In my Ph.D.-project, I trace the consequences of corrupt transgression in Brazilian executive and legislative branches of government through the media stories emerging in the public sphere. Rather than dialogic, I take the public sphere to be structured by narratives, and ask what impact different emplotments and storied moralities have upon the political maneuverings in Brazilian politics.
Project title: Corruption Narratives in the Brazilian Mediasphere
Supervisor (University of Copenhagen): Georg Wink