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Media Pluralism and Diversity

Concepts, Risks and Global Trends
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ISBN-13:
9781137304308
Einband:
eBook
Seiten:
362
Autor:
Peggy Valcke
Serie:
Palgrave Global Media Policy and Business
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
EPUB
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1 - PDF Watermark
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:
"Editors'' Introduction: A Global Perspective On Media Pluralism And Diversity
PART I: MEDIA PLURALISM IN EUROPE: CONCEPTUALISATION AND DIMENSIONS IN THE EUROPEAN MEDIA PLURALISM MONITOR
1. New Media Ecology: Reconceptualising Media Pluralism; Karol Jakubowicz
2. The Dimension Of Ownership And Control Of Media; Robert Picard And Cinzia Dal Zotto
3. Pluralism Of Media Types And Media Genres; Mihály Gálik And Artemon Vogl
4. Cultural And Geographical Dimensions Of Media Pluralism; Beata Klimkiewicz
5. Political Pluralism In The Media A Product Of Dominant Power Relations In A Society; Sandra Hrvatin and Brankica Petkovic
6. Indicators For Media Pluralism; Peggy Valcke, Robert Picard, Cinzia Dal Zotto, Miklos Sükösd, Aleksandra Kuczerawy and Robin Kerremans
PART II: MEDIA PLURALISM ACROSS THE GLOBE: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON THE EUROPEAN MEDIA PLURALISM MONITOR
7. Assessing Media Diversity In The U.S.: A Comparative Analysis Of The FCC''s Diversity Index And The EU''s Media Pluralism Monitor; Philip Napoli
8. How To Conceptualize Media Pluralisation In China?; Miklos Sükösd
9. Incredible India: Media Pluralism Amidst Unity In Diversity; Kiran Prasad
10. Media Pluralism In Russia: In Need Of Policy Making; Elena Vartanova
11. Latin American Media: The Challenges To Pluralism; Manuel Alejandro Guerrero Martínez
12. Media Diversity In Egypt: Monitoring Newspapers And Talk Shows During The First Post-Revolution Parliamentary Elections; Rasha Abdulla
13. Pluralism With Little Diversity: The South African Experience Of Media Transformation; Jane Duncan
14. Reviewing Media Pluralism In Australia; Lesley Hitchens
15. The Ongoing Media Pluralism Debate In South Korea; Sugmin Youn/Hyunwoo Lee
PART III: MEDIA PLURALISM 2.0: FUTURE CHALLENGES AND CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES
16. The Limits Of Empirical Indicators: Media Pluralism As An Essentially Contested Concept; Kari Karppinen
17. Why Ownership Pluralism Still Matters In A Multi-Platform World; Gillian Doyle
18. Bright-Line Versus Responsive Regulation: Some Thoughts From The United Kingdom; Rachael Craufurd Smith
19. Media Pluralism Policies From The User Perspective; Natali Helberger
20. Search Engines, Pluralism And Diversity: What Is At Stake And How To Move Policy Forward?; Joris Van Hoboken
Adopting a truly global, theoretical and multidisciplinary perspective, Media Pluralism and Diversity intends to advance our understanding of media pluralism across the globe. It compares metrics that have been developed in different parts of the world to assess levels of, or threats to, media pluralism.

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