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Listening to and Living With Networked Media During a Pandemic

Authors: Soronen, Anne; Talvitie-Lamberg, Karoliina;

Listening to and Living With Networked Media During a Pandemic

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L’article explore l’écoute médiatisée du point de vue de l’intimité pendant les premières semaines de la pandémie de coronavirus. Le cadre théorique s’appuie sur la littérature, sur l’écoute et la présence dans des environnements médiatisés, l’engagement du public et l’intimité en tant que connexions significatives. Méthodologiquement, l’étude est une ethnographie connective, les données ont été collectées par autoethnographie collaborative. Nos données montrent que l’écoute était une stratégie de perception individuelle du monde extérieur et un moyen de former une connectivité. Le filetage entre différents écrans sur les plates-formes numériques a provoqué l’effondrement de contextes publics et privés et, à travers ces derniers, des types particuliers d’intimité sont apparus. Lorsque la position des mères universitaires est souvent celle d’une “connaisseuse”, la crise grave les oblige à rechercher de manières réceptives de savoir, comme une écoute attentive des autres. L’écoute est un moyen de former l’appartenance et la compréhension, mais à partir d’une position silencieuse. Cela suggère que nous devrions accorder plus d’attention aux présences silencieuses et aux publics, dans les environnements médiatisés contemporains.

This article explores mediated listening from the perspective of intimacy during the first weeks of the coronavirus pandemic. The theoretical frame builds on the literature on listening and presence in mediated environments, audience engagement, and intimacy as meaningful connections. Methodologically, the study is connective ethnography, and the data was collected by collaborative autoethnography. Our data show that listening was an individual sensemaking strategy of the outside world and a means to form connectedness. Threading between different screens on digital platforms caused the collapse of public and private contexts, and through these, particular types of intimacy arose. When the position of academic mothers is often that of a ‘knower,’ the severe crisis compels them to look for receptive ways of knowing, such as careful listening of others. Listening is a means to form belonging and understanding, but from a silent position. We should pay more attention to the silent presences and audiences in contemporary mediated environments.

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yhteenkuuluvuus, ymmärtäminen, vuorovaikutus, yhteisöllisyys, verkkokeskustelu, 518 Media and communications, 5141 Sociology, COVID-19, sosiaalinen media, läsnäolo, sosiaalinen vuorovaikutus, kuunteleminen, pandemiat

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