Contesting media power : alternative media in a networked world / edited by Nick Couldry and James Curran.

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Bibliographic Details
Published: Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield, c2003.
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Series:Critical media studies
Format: Book
Table of Contents:
  • 1. The Paradox of Media Power / Nick Couldry and James Curran
  • 2. New Media Power: The Internet and Global Activism / W. Lance Bennett
  • 3. Beyond the Hall of Mirrors? Some Theoretical Reflections on the Global Contestation of Media Power / Nick Couldry
  • 4. Infoshops in the Shadow of the State / Chris Atton
  • 5. Framing the Future: Indigenous Communication in Australia / Christine Morris and Michael Meadows
  • 6. The Press Subsidy System in Sweden: A Critical Approach / Lennart Weibull
  • 7. Commercialism and Critique: California's Alternative Weeklies / Rodney Benson
  • 8. Has Feminism Caused a Wrinkle on the Face of Hollywood Cinema? A Tentative Appraisal of the '90s / Andrea L. Press and Tamar Liebes
  • 9. Empire and Communications: Centrifugal and Centripetal Media in Contemporary Russia / Terhi Rantanen and Elena Vartanova
  • 10. Liberalization without Full Democracy: Guerrilla Media and Political Movements in Taiwan / Chin-Chuan Lee
  • 11. The Bishop and His Star: Citizens' Communication in Southern Chile / Clemencia Rodriguez
  • 12. New Nation: Anachronistic Catholicism and Liberation Theology / Keyan G. Tomaselli and Ruth Teer-Tomaselli
  • 13. Falun Gong, Identity, and the Struggle over Meaning Inside and Outside China / Yuezhi Zhao
  • 14. Global Journalism: A Case Study of the Internet / James Curran
  • 15. The Independent Media Center Movement and the Anarchist Socialist Tradition / John D. H. Downing
  • 16. The Gay Global Village in Cyberspace / Larry Gross
  • 17. The Internet, Social Networks, and Reform in Indonesia / Merlyna Lim
  • 18. The Alternative Media in Malaysia: Their Potential and Limitations / Sharon Ling.