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Rich Media, Poor Democracy

Communication Politics in Dubious Times

"[He] has gone to the heart of the matter. The best stuff in McChesney's book is not just how it happened but what the results are in terms of quality."--Molly Ivins

Argues that the media, far from providing a bedrock for freedom and democracy, have become a significant antidemocratic force in the United States and, to varying degrees, worldwide. This title addresses the corporate media explosion and the corresponding implosion of public life that characterizes our times. Les mer

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Argues that the media, far from providing a bedrock for freedom and democracy, have become a significant antidemocratic force in the United States and, to varying degrees, worldwide. This title addresses the corporate media explosion and the corresponding implosion of public life that characterizes our times.

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Forlag
University of Illinois Press
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9780252024481
Utgivelsesår
1999
Format
24 x 15 cm

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"[He] has gone to the heart of the matter. The best stuff in McChesney's book is not just how it happened but what the results are in terms of quality."--Molly Ivins

"McChesney . . . provokes an absolutely necessary discussion on the relationship between the control of information and our hopes for a genuine democracy."--Howard Zinn

"McChesney argues persuasively that whatever journalists' personal politics, the media's dominant ideology is pro-market and business class-biased and rests on the assumption that the news business works just fine. It takes a nonjournalist like McChesney to get the big picture."--Russ Baker, Los Angeles Times

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