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Politics of Media Policy, The

£17.99

POLITICS OF MEDIA POLICY, THE

PAPERBACK by Freedman, Des

£17.99

ISBN
9780745628424
IMPRINT
POLITY PRESS
 
 
EDITION
PUBLISHER
POLITY PRESS
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FORMAT
PAPERBACK
PAGES
264 pages
PUBLICATION DATE
04 APR 2008

DESCRIPTION

Media industries are undergoing widespread and unsettling changes. This book evaluates some of the political ideas and arguments that underpin the policies that shape the British and American media environments. It is a fresh introduction to media policy debates and a political perspective on the dynamics of the contemporary media.

CONTENTS

Contents Chapter One: Introducing Media Policy Chapter Two: Pluralism, Neo-liberalism and Media Policy Chapter Three: The Re-interpretation of Media Policy Principles Chapter Four: Dynamics of the Media Policy-making Process Chapter Five: Media Ownership Policies Chapter Six: Media Content Policies Chapter Seven: The Disciplining of Public Broadcasting Chapter Eight: The Politics of Digital Chapter Nine: Britain and America in the World Chapter Ten: Conclusion References