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Dr Anne Begg

BA, PGDip(Dist), MA(Dist), PhD (Otago)Anne Begg
Fixed Term Lecturer
; Kaiāwhina Māori

 
Contact

Office: 3N1, 3rd floor, Arts (Burns) Building
Tel: 64 3 470 3421
Email: anne.begg@otago.ac.nz
 

Research Interests

Media culture, media governmentality, algorithmic governmentality, neoliberalism, biopolitics and affective biopower

Anne’s research field is critical inquiry and her specific focus is on media culture, brand identity and the impact of market-driven governance on concepts of ‘self’ and political citizenship. Her most recent research includes analysis of the way prevailing algorithmic coding systems structure and manipulate individualised online experiences.
 

Affiliation

Editor: borderlands e-journal
 

Teaching

Semester One:

MFCO103 Introduction to Communication Studies
MFCO212 Media and Intercultural Communication

Semester Two:

MFCO317 Digital Culture
 

Possible Supervision

Anne is happy to supervise topics related to her own area of research which focuses on critical analysis of the politics of media culture and examines, for example, the role of social media and the impact of digital culture more generally on understandings of self and identity.

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Publications

Begg, A. (2018). Migration and mobility politics. borderlands e-journal, 17(2). Retrieved from http://www.borderlands.net.au/issues/vol17no2.html

Begg, A., & Devadas, V. (2017). Border politics. borderlands e-journal, 16(1).

Devadas, V., & Begg, A. (2016). Space, places and social control. borderlands e-journal, 15(1).

Begg, A., & Devadas, V. (2014). Power, subjectivity, resistance. borderlands e-journal, 13(2).

Begg, A. (2013, November). How free-market neoliberalism sells potential disaster as a risk worth taking. Verbal presentation at the Disaster! A Symposium, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Journal - Research Article

Begg, A. (2018). Migration and mobility politics. borderlands e-journal, 17(2). Retrieved from http://www.borderlands.net.au/issues/vol17no2.html

Begg, A. (2012). Our stadium of four million. New Zealand Journal of Media Studies, 13(2), 32-45. doi: 10.11157/medianz-vol13iss2id14

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Journal - Research Other

Begg, A., & Devadas, V. (2017). Border politics. borderlands e-journal, 16(1).

Devadas, V., & Begg, A. (2016). Space, places and social control. borderlands e-journal, 15(1).

Begg, A., & Devadas, V. (2014). Power, subjectivity, resistance. borderlands e-journal, 13(2).

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Conference Contribution - Verbal presentation and other Conference outputs

Begg, A. (2013, November). How free-market neoliberalism sells potential disaster as a risk worth taking. Verbal presentation at the Disaster! A Symposium, Dunedin, New Zealand.

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Awarded Doctoral Degree

Begg, A. M. (2012). Brand New Zealand: Media governmentality and affective biopower (PhD). University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10523/2455

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