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Big Media Big Money

Author: Ronald V. Bettig
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780742511309
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Bettig and Hall present a lively and scathing critique of the contemporary communications industry. They explore recent news events and challenges posed by the Internet and the effects of copyright control, as well as growing corporate influence in the newsroom and the classroom. The authors conclude that current interconnections among media, big business, government, and education reflect capitalism's trend of concentration of wealth and power—posing a serious threat to democratic communications.

Big Media Big Money

Author: Ronald V. Bettig
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442204273
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Big Media, Big Money is a lively and scathing critique of the contemporary communications industry. With three new chapters on the film industry, the music industry, and “ad creep,” the second edition takes a critical look at the ways that mass media and corporations shape our education, entertainment, and culture.

The Rhetoric Of The New Political Documentary

Author: Thomas W Benson
Publisher: SIU Press
ISBN: 9780809328369
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The Rhetoric of the New Political Documentary explores the most visible and volatile element in the 2004 presidential campaign—the partisan documentary film. This collection of original critical essays by leading scholars and critics—including Shawn J. and Trevor Parry-Giles, Jennifer L. Borda, and Martin J. Medhurst—analyzes a selection of political documentaries that appeared during the 2004 election season. The editors examine the new political documentary with the tools of rhetorical criticism, combining close textual analysis with a consideration of the historical context and the production and reception of the films. The essays address the distinctive rhetoric of the new political documentary, with the films typically having been shot with relatively low budgets, in video, and using interviews and stock footage rather than observation of uncontrolled behavior. The quality was often good enough and interest was sufficiently intense that the films were shown in theaters and on television, which provided legitimacy and visibility before they were released soon afterwards on DVD and VHS and marketed on the Internet. The volume reviews such films as Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11; two refutations of Moore’s film, Fahrenhype 9/11 and Celsius 41.11;Unprecedented: The 2000 Presidential Election; and George W. Bush: Faith in the White House—films that experimented with a variety of angles and rhetorics, from a mix of comic disparagement and earnest confrontation to various emulations of traditional news and documentary voices. The Rhetoric of the New Political Documentary represents the continued transformation of American political discourse in a partisan and contentious time and showcases the independent voices and the political power brokers that struggled to find new ways to debate the status quo and employ surrogate “independents” to create a counterrhetoric.

Community In The Digital Age

Author: Andrew Feenberg
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Pub Inc
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Community in the Digital Age features the latest, most challenging work in an important and fast-changing field, providing a forum for some of the leading North American social scientists and philosophers concerned with the social and political implications of this new technology. Their provocative arguments touch on all sides of the debate surrounding the Internet, community, and democracy.

Media Ownership

Author: Ronald E. Rice
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ISBN: 9781572736856
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Trends and developments in social values, political ideologies, media policies, economic conditions, globalization, media technologies, and telecommunications networks have all interacted to generate significant changes in the nature of media industries, production, content, distribution, exhibition, and use. This book considers a wide variety of interdisciplinary discussion and analysis of historical, legal, cultural, policy, research, professional, oppositional and ethical perspectives on the media ownership question.

New Media Worlds

Author: Virginia Nightingale
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780195558364
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Uses a mix of case studies, theoretical reflection and critical analysis to explore four central issues for the study of new media and their impact on user communities; the impact of convergence, activism, access and participation in new media. Throughout,it emphasises the way audiences are experiencing changes in the media.

Communication Revolution

Author: Robert Waterman McChesney
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A provocative critique of media studies by the author of the award-winning Rich Media, Poor Democracy is a historical analysis that evaluates the communication revolution currently influencing twenty-first-century life, arguing that media scholarship has become increasingly irrelevant and requires new perspectives on the role and understanding of communication studies.