Converging media, diverging politics : a political economy of news media in the United States and Canada / edited by David Skinner, James R. Compton, and Michael Gasher.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Lanham, MD : Lexington Books, c2005.
Description
vi, 344 p. ; 23 cm.

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 305-334) and index.
Contents
Mapping the threads / David Skinner, James R. Compton, and Mike Gasher -- U.S. media policy then and now / Robert Horwitz -- So much by so few : media policy and ownership in canada / David Skinner and Mike Gasher -- Clear Channel : the poster child for everything that's wrong with consolidation / Dorothy Kidd, Francisco McGee, and Danielle Fairbairn -- Aspergate : concentration, convergence and censorship in Canadian media / Leslie Regan Shade -- Hyper-commercialism and the media : the threat to journalism and democratic discourse / Mark Cooper -- News agency dominance in international news on the internet / Chris Paterson -- Bourdieu's "show and hide" paradox reconsidered : audience experiences of convergence in the Canadian mediascape / Debra Clarke -- Reforming media : parries and pirouettes in the U.S. policy process / Ben Scott -- Angels of the public interest : U.S. media reform / Dorothy Kidd -- Journalism education in the post-historical university / Jeanette McVicker -- The alternative communication movement in Quebec's mediascape / Michel Sénécal and Frédéric Dubois -- Canadian cyberactivism in the cycle of counter-globalization struggles / Nick Dyer-Witheford -- Turning the tide / David Skinner, James R. Compton, and Mike Gasher.
ISBN
  • 0739108271 (cloth : alk. paper)
  • 0739113062 (pbk. : alk. paper)
LCCN
2005014125
OCLC
60402001
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