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and the powerful resources neces- sary to mobilise them, both hardware and software, can be necessary to overcome an initial immobility of information, but without alternative channels of political communication such new media capacities might just not make a difference. Ra- chel was a member of the city council, and the medialized translation from a beach incident into a legal document in the council was due to her privileged, vertical usage of power and not due to a socialised, horizontal one. She used a traditional democratic institution. We definitely have

innen und außen zwischen Kunst- und Neurowissenschaften. Hamburg 1999, S. 35-60. Bush, S. und Chr. Murck, (Hg.): Theories of the Arts in China. Princeton, N.J. 1983. Castells, Manuel: Das Informationszeitalter 1: Der Aufstieg der Netz- werkgesellschaft. Opladen 2003. Das Informationszeitalter 2: Die Macht der Identität. Opladen 2003. DAS CHINESISCHE FERNSEHPUBLIKUM 222 Das Informationszeitalter 3: Jahrtausendwende. Opladen 2003. Chalaby, Jean K. (Hg.): Transnational Television Worldwide. Towards a New Media Order. London, New York 2005. Chen Zhiang

: Trance Mediums and New Media, Heike Behrend, Anja Dreschke, Martin Zillinger (eds), forthcom- ing, New York: Fordham. Bolter, Jay David and Richard Grusin. (2000): Remediation. Under- standing new Media, Cambridge Mass.: MIT Press. Bourdieu, Pierre et.al. (1981): Eine Illegitime Kunst. Die sozialen Gebrauchsweisen der Photographie, Frankfurt am Main: Europäische Verlagsanstalt. Boxer, C. R. and Carlos Azevedo. (1960): Fort Jesus and the Portu- guese in Mombasa, London: Hollis and Carter. 252 Brielmaier, Isolde, Anna.(2003): “Picture Taking” and the Produc- tion of

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Verlag, S. 9-24. Fischer-Tahir, Andreas (20 11 ): Particularism versus Pluralism in the Traqi Press since 2003: The Example of Kurdistan-i Nwe. Workshop-Paper, Workshop: New Voices, New Media, New Agendas? Pluralism and the Particularism in the Middle East and North Africa. ZMO Berlin. 346 I "WIR SIND KEINE ARABER! " FNAA (2013): Maroc: Creation de Ia Federation Nationale des associations Amazighes (FNAA ), (http:/ /www.amazighworld.org/studies/index _ show.php ?id=4121 , 8.03.14). Forke!, Fritz (1980): Die sprachliche Situation im heutigen Marokko. Hamburg

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evident in various enactments (the gas station attendant, sock puppets etc.) clearly aligns it with participatory culture of the ‘new media’, Web 2.0 and internet memes. 111 | The italics in this excerpt mark the passages where the speaker’s intonation denotes outrage. 4. Constructions of Space and Identity Created by Media-related Practises 223 Hoover’s rant transfigures the ‘gas station’, transforming an infra-ordinary situation into a critical and participatory proclamation.112 Significantly, though its meaning has been reconfigured, the actual ‘gas station

, they are hesitant to send these photos to other people. 244 Against the compulsion to visibility, as seems to be generated by dig- ital networks such as Facebook (see McKay 2010), they dispense with some of the more relational capacities of the new media and keep their camera phone to themselves, like a treasure or a piece of jewel- ry. Since photography (carried out by the state) was already associat- ed with unveiling, as I have shown in chapter 4, the new revelatory capacities of digital media will call for new efforts to maintain the established norms of

: Sociological Analysis 48, S. 107- 137. Douglas, Mary/Isherwood, Baron C. (1979): The World of Goods, New York: Basic Books. Drieskens, Barbara et al.: Cities of the South: Citizenship and Exclusion in the 21st Century, London: Saqi. Dunn, Elizabeth C. (2004): Privatizing Poland. Baby Food, Big Business and the Remaking of Labor, Cornell University: Cornell Univ. Press. Eickelman, Dale F./Anderson, Jon W. (1999): New Media in the Muslim World, Indiana: Indiana University Press. 210 | SHOPPING FOR FREEDOM Elias, Norbert (1978): Über den Prozess der