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The Resource Journalism : critical issues, edited by Stuart Allan

Journalism : critical issues, edited by Stuart Allan

Label
Journalism : critical issues
Title
Journalism
Title remainder
critical issues
Statement of responsibility
edited by Stuart Allan
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UBY
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1962-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Allan, Stuart
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Journalism
Label
Journalism : critical issues, edited by Stuart Allan
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Linda Steiner
  • Journalism ethics: towards an Orwellian critique?
  • Richard Keeble
  • News on the Web: the emerging forms and practices of online journalism
  • Stuart Allan
  • Journalism and democracy
  • Is there a democratic deficit in US and UK journalism?
  • Robert A. Hackett
  • Active citizen or couch potato? Journalism and public opinion
  • Justin Lewis, Karin Wahl-Jorgensen
  • Introduction: Hidden in plain sight - journalism's critical issues
  • In defence of 'thick' journalism; or how television journalism can be good for us
  • Simon Cottle
  • Fourth estate or fan club? Sports journalism engages the popular
  • David Rowe
  • McJournalism: the local press and the McDonaldization thesis
  • Bob Franklin
  • The emerging chaos of global news culture
  • Brian McNair
  • Journalism's realities
  • Journalism through the camera's eye
  • Stuart Allan
  • Barbie Zelizer
  • Mighty dread: journalism and moral panics
  • Chas Critcher
  • Communication or spin? Source-media relations in science journalism
  • Alison Anderson, Alan Petersen, Matthew David
  • Risk reporting: why can't they ever get it right?
  • Susanna Hornig Priest
  • News talk: interaction in the broadcast news interview
  • Ian Hutchby
  • 'A fresh peach is easier to bruise': children and traumatic news
  • Journalism's histories
  • Cynthia Carter and Máire Messenger Davies
  • Journalism and the politics of othering
  • Talking war : how journalism responded to the events of 9/11
  • Martin Montgomery
  • Banal journalism: the centrality of the 'us-them' binary in news discourse
  • Prasun Sonwalkar
  • Racialized 'othering': the representation of asylum seekers in the news media
  • Olga Guedes Bailey and Ramaswami Harindranath
  • Women in the boyzone: gender, news and herstory
  • Karen Ross
  • Intimately intertwined in the most public way: celebrity and journalism
  • Gendered news practices: examining experiences of women journalists in different national contexts
  • Minelle Mahtani
  • Journalism and the public interest
  • Subterfuge as public service: investigative journalism as idealized journalism
  • Michael Bromley
  • Opportunity or threat? The BBC, investigative journalism and the Hutton Report
  • Steven Barnett
  • Journalism, media conglomerates and the Federal Communications Commission
  • Oliver Boyd-Barrett
  • News in global public space
  • P. David Marshall
  • Ingrid Volkmer
  • Journalism and the war in Iraq
  • Howard Tumber
  • Race, ideology and journalism: black power and television news
  • Jane Rhodes
  • The 'gender matters' debate in journalism: lessons from the front
Control code
ocm57529170
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xv, 390 p.
Isbn
9780335214754
Label
Journalism : critical issues, edited by Stuart Allan
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Linda Steiner
  • Journalism ethics: towards an Orwellian critique?
  • Richard Keeble
  • News on the Web: the emerging forms and practices of online journalism
  • Stuart Allan
  • Journalism and democracy
  • Is there a democratic deficit in US and UK journalism?
  • Robert A. Hackett
  • Active citizen or couch potato? Journalism and public opinion
  • Justin Lewis, Karin Wahl-Jorgensen
  • Introduction: Hidden in plain sight - journalism's critical issues
  • In defence of 'thick' journalism; or how television journalism can be good for us
  • Simon Cottle
  • Fourth estate or fan club? Sports journalism engages the popular
  • David Rowe
  • McJournalism: the local press and the McDonaldization thesis
  • Bob Franklin
  • The emerging chaos of global news culture
  • Brian McNair
  • Journalism's realities
  • Journalism through the camera's eye
  • Stuart Allan
  • Barbie Zelizer
  • Mighty dread: journalism and moral panics
  • Chas Critcher
  • Communication or spin? Source-media relations in science journalism
  • Alison Anderson, Alan Petersen, Matthew David
  • Risk reporting: why can't they ever get it right?
  • Susanna Hornig Priest
  • News talk: interaction in the broadcast news interview
  • Ian Hutchby
  • 'A fresh peach is easier to bruise': children and traumatic news
  • Journalism's histories
  • Cynthia Carter and Máire Messenger Davies
  • Journalism and the politics of othering
  • Talking war : how journalism responded to the events of 9/11
  • Martin Montgomery
  • Banal journalism: the centrality of the 'us-them' binary in news discourse
  • Prasun Sonwalkar
  • Racialized 'othering': the representation of asylum seekers in the news media
  • Olga Guedes Bailey and Ramaswami Harindranath
  • Women in the boyzone: gender, news and herstory
  • Karen Ross
  • Intimately intertwined in the most public way: celebrity and journalism
  • Gendered news practices: examining experiences of women journalists in different national contexts
  • Minelle Mahtani
  • Journalism and the public interest
  • Subterfuge as public service: investigative journalism as idealized journalism
  • Michael Bromley
  • Opportunity or threat? The BBC, investigative journalism and the Hutton Report
  • Steven Barnett
  • Journalism, media conglomerates and the Federal Communications Commission
  • Oliver Boyd-Barrett
  • News in global public space
  • P. David Marshall
  • Ingrid Volkmer
  • Journalism and the war in Iraq
  • Howard Tumber
  • Race, ideology and journalism: black power and television news
  • Jane Rhodes
  • The 'gender matters' debate in journalism: lessons from the front
Control code
ocm57529170
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xv, 390 p.
Isbn
9780335214754

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