04481nam 2200745 a 450 991046276880332120200520144314.097808039892371-4462-5061-X1-283-88078-41-4462-6576-5(CKB)2670000000314950(EBL)1001330(OCoLC)823384258(SSID)ssj0000675937(PQKBManifestationID)12321662(PQKBTitleCode)TC0000675937(PQKBWorkID)10678558(PQKB)10873158(MiAaPQ)EBC1001330(OCoLC)1007858431(StDuBDS)EDZ0000064016(Au-PeEL)EBL1001330(CaPaEBR)ebr10682716(CaONFJC)MIL419328(EXLCZ)99267000000031495020120327d1995 fy| 0engur|n|---|||||txtccrTelevision and the public sphere[electronic resource] citizenship, democracy, and the media /Peter DahlgrenLondon SAGE19951 online resource (193 p.)The media, culture & society seriesDescription based upon print version of record.0-8039-8922-9 1-4462-3766-4 0-8039-8923-7 Includes bibliographical references ([160]-170) and index.Cover; Contents; Preface; Part I - Initial Horizons; Chapter 1 - Mediating Democracy; Desiring Democracy; The Public Sphere as Historical Narrative; Four Dimensions; Media Institutions; Media Representation; Social Structures; Interaction: Social Bonds and Social Construction; Subjectivity, Identity, Interaction; Chapter 2 - Prismatic Television; Three Angles of Vision; Industry: Organization, Professionalism, Political Economy; Mimetic Televisual Texts; Two Worlds?; Sociocultural TV: Ubiquity, Culturology and Critique; Chapter 3 - Popular Television JournalismTelevision Journalism: an Esential TensionProbing 'the Popular'; Old and New Formats; Elusive Information, Accessible Stories; Tele-tabloids; Talk Shows: EĢlite and Vox-pop; Morality and Dialogue; Part II - Shifting Frames; Chapter 4 - Modern Contingencies; Falling Rates of Certitude; Flowing Capitalism; Destabilized Microworlds; The Semiotic Environment; Going Global?; The Problematics of Public and Private; Political Permutations; Chapter 5 - Communication and Subjectivity; A Universal Model?; Language and Lacunae; Cultural Contexts; Repressing the Unconscious; Dealing with DesireReassembling the Reflexive SubjectImagination and Emancipation; Chapter 6 - Civil Society and its Citizens; The Contexts of Reception; The Horizon of Civil Society; Institutionalized Lifeworlds; Constructive Talk and Social Bonds; The Evolution of Citizenship; Community, Difference, Universality; Citizens and Identity; Part III - Flickering Hopes; Chapter 7 - Democratic Mediations?; Television in its Place; Citizens and Politics; Common Domain, Advocacy Domain; References; IndexPeter Dahlgren clarifies the underlying theoretical concepts of civil society and the public sphere, and relates these to a critical analysis of the practice of television as journalism, as information and as entertainment. He demonstrates the limits and the possibilities of the television medium and the formats of popular journalism. These issues are linked to the potential of the audience to interpret or resist messages, and to construct its own meanings.Media, culture, and society series.Television and politicsTelevision broadcastingSocial aspectsTelevision broadcastingPhilosophyTelevision broadcasting of newsPolitical aspectsTelevision broadcasting of newsSocial aspectsElectronic books.Television and politics.Television broadcastingSocial aspects.Television broadcastingPhilosophy.Television broadcasting of newsPolitical aspects.Television broadcasting of newsSocial aspects.302.23/45Dahlgren Peter1946-144019StDuBDSStDuBDSBOOK9910462768803321Television and the Public Sphere506264UNINA