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- Verlag: SAGE PUBN
- Seitenzahl: 352
- Erscheinungstermin: 27. Dezember 2013
- Abmessung: 234mm x 185mm x 23mm
- Gewicht: 771g
- ISBN-13: 9781446248799
- ISBN-10: 1446248798
- Artikelnr.: 39304969
Chapter 1: Understanding the Media
Defining the Media
The Media in a Social Context
Asking Questions about U2
Asking Questions? Which Questions?
The Importance of Theory and Method
Chapter 2: Media Histories, Media Power
Changing Media Histories: an Irish Example
A Contested Field
Media and Power
Power and Media Content
Power and the Media Industries
Power and Media Audiences
Towards a (More) Critical Media Studies
Model of Media Analysis: Production, Content and Reception
Chapter 3: Media Globalization
What is Globalisation?
The Latest Brand of Colonialism?
Theories of Globalisation
Chapter 4: Media Ownership: Concentration, Conglomeration and Regulation
Why Should We be Bothered about Media Ownership?
Conglomeration, Concentration and Content
Vertical and Horizontal Integration
The Political Economy Perspective
'Follow the money...'
Jurgen Habermas and the Public Sphere
Media and Regulation
Models of Media Regulation
So, Do We Need Media Regulation?
Chapter 5: Media Professionals and Media Production
Theoretical Underpinnings of Production Research
Hall's Encoding/ Decoding Model
Ethnographic Research on Media Production and Media Professionals
Inside Prime Time by Todd Gitlin
Chapter 6: Media, Ideology and Discourse
What Precisely is Meant by the Term Ideology?
Ideology as Dominant Ideology
Discourse and Ideology
It's All in the Discourse?
Chapter 7: Media 'Re-presentations' in an Unequal World
Representation/ Re-representation and 'Reality'
What is Content Analysis?
Media Re-representations in a Divided World: Four Approaches Outlined
Media Re-presentations of Social Class
Media Coverage of the Underclass: Stories about Welfare
The Happy Poor: Representations in Fictional Media Content
Media Representations of Ethnicity: a Discourse Analysis Approach
Media Representations of Gender and Sexuality
Chapter 8: Media Audiences and Reception
Themes and Tensions: Competing Theoretical and Methodological Approaches in Audience Research
Power to the People? Three Phases in Reception Research
Reception Analysis and the 'Ethnographic Turn'
Qualitative Audience Research: Three Examples
Audiences, Fans and Participatory Cultures
Chapter 9: New Media, Social Media
Introduction: New Media and Social Media - Empowering Audiences, But Who is Holding the Tiger's Tail?
Will the Revolution be Digitalized?
The Promise and the Reality of the Internet
We are All 'Produsers' Now, are We? Audiences and New Media
Chapter 10: Conclusion: The 'How' and 'Why' of Media Analysis
Introduction: This is Not a Methods Chapter...
A Step-by-Step Approach to Doing Media Research
How to Usefully Engage with Existing Research
Doing Production, Content and Reception Research
Keep on Asking Awkward Questions...
Conclusion: The 'How' and 'Why' of Media Analysis