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Carbon Capitalism and Communication [[electronic resource] ] : Confronting Climate Crisis / / edited by Benedetta Brevini, Graham Murdock
Carbon Capitalism and Communication [[electronic resource] ] : Confronting Climate Crisis / / edited by Benedetta Brevini, Graham Murdock
Edizione [1st ed. 2017.]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Cham : , : Springer International Publishing : , : Imprint : Palgrave Macmillan, , 2017
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (XIX, 259 p. 5 illus.)
Disciplina 551.6
Collana Palgrave Studies in Media and Environmental Communication
Soggetto topico Culture—Study and teaching
Communication
Environmental sciences
Culture
Journalism
Social media
Popular Science in Cultural and Media Studies
Environmental Communication
Global/International Culture
Social Media
Media and Communication
ISBN 3-319-57876-6
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto 1: Introduction: Carbon, Capitalism, Communication by Graham Murdock -- Section One: Communication and Carbon Capitalism: Contested Futures  -- Chapter 2: Fighting for science against climate change deniers’ propaganda By Professor Michael Mann, Pennsylvania State University -- Chapter 3: Naomi Klein Talks about Capitalism Vs. The Climate, An interview with Naomi Klein by Professor Christopher Wright, University of Sydney.- Section Two: Toxic Technologies: Media Machines and Ecological Crisis. - Chapter 4: Digital technology and the environment: Challenges for green citizenship and environmental organizations, By Professor Richard Maxwell, Queens College and Professor Toby Miller, University of Loughborough.- Chapter 5: Digital desires: Mediated consumerism and climate crisis by Professor Justin Lewis, Cardiff University.- Chapter 6: From “waste village” to “urban circular economic system”: The changing landscape of waste in Beijing by Professor Xin Tong, Peking University.- Chapter 7: Big data, open data and the climate risk market By Jo Bates, University of Sheffield.- Chapter 8: The next Internet  By Emeritus Professor Vincent Mosco, Queen’s University.- Section Three: Corporate Captures: PR Strategies and Promotional Gambits.- Chapter 9: Greenwashing in the experience of the Greenwashing Index, An interview with Kim Sheehan, University of Oregon.- Chapter 10: Spin and propaganda: The fossil fuel industry in Australia By David McKnight, University of New South Wales and Mitchell Hobbs, University of Sydney.- Chapter 11: Bearing witness and the logic of celebrity in the struggle over Canada’s oil/tar Sands By Patrick McCurdy, University of Ottawa.- Chapter 12: Nothing but truthiness: public discourses on the Adani Carmichael mine in Australia By Benedetta Brevini, University of Sydney and Terry Woronov, University of Sydney.- Section Four: Communications and Campaigning: Oppositions and Refusals.- Chapter 13: The anamorphic politics of climate change By Professor Jodi Dean, Hobart and William Smith Colleges.- Chapter 14: Journalism, climate communication and media alternatives By Professor Robert A. Hackett, Simon Fraser University and Shane Gunster, Simon Fraser University.- Chapter 15: “Keep it in the Ground” An interview with Alan Rusbridger, former editor The Guardian by Benedetta Brevini, University of Sydney.- Chapter 16: Mobilising on climate change: the experience of Greenpeace An interview with David Ritter, President Greenpeace Australia by Benedetta Brevini, University of Sydney.- Chapter 17: Green campaigns: challenges, opportunities and 350.org An interview with Blair Palese, CEO of 350.org Australia.- Chapter 18: Conclusion One Month in the Life of the Planet -Carbon Capitalism and the Struggle for the Commons.
Record Nr. UNINA-9910255089803321
Cham : , : Springer International Publishing : , : Imprint : Palgrave Macmillan, , 2017
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The handbook of political economy of communications / / edited by Janet Wasko, Graham Murdock, and Helena Sousa
The handbook of political economy of communications / / edited by Janet Wasko, Graham Murdock, and Helena Sousa
Edizione [1st edition]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Chichester, England ; ; Malden, Massachusetts : , : Wiley-Blackwell, , [2011]
Descrizione fisica xiv, 611 p
Disciplina 384
Collana Global handbooks in media and communication research
Soggetto topico Mass media - Political aspects
Mass media - Economic aspects
Communication - Economic aspects
Communication - Political aspects
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-4443-9540-8
1-283-40826-0
1-4443-6177-5
1-4443-9538-6
1-78268-539-1
1-118-79944-5
9786613408266
Classificazione SOC052000
MF 1000
05.20
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Intro -- Series page -- Title page -- Copyright -- Notes on Contributors -- Series Editor's Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: The Political Economy of Communications -- What is Critical Political Economy? -- Why Political Economy? Why Now? -- Political Economy and Other Approaches -- Organization of the Handbook -- IAMCR/Political Economy Section -- Part I Legacies and Debates -- 1 Political Economies as Moral Economies -- Goods and the Good Life -- Putting the "Political" into Political Economy -- Competing Moral Economies -- Commodities: Possessions, and Dispossessions -- Public Goods: Reclaiming the Commons -- Gifts: In Search of Generosity -- Digital Enclosures -- Creativity, Convergence, and Exploitation -- Digitalizing the Commons -- 2 The Political Economy of Communication Revisited -- The Development of the Political Economy of Culture -- The Culture Industries, Cultural Labor, and the Cultural Commodity -- The Cultural Commodity and Cultural Demand -- From the Political Economy of Culture to the Political Economy of Information -- The Political Economy of the Information Society (PEIS) -- Telecommunications and the Culture Industries -- Information Economics -- Technologies of Freedom and the "Third Wave" -- The Information/Copyright/Creative Industries as the New Growth Sector -- Conclusion -- 3 Markets in Theory and Markets in Television -- Markets and the Liberal Market Model -- Defining Markets: Legal Basis -- Defining Markets: Economic Relationships and Capable Entities -- Defining Markets: Institutional Structures -- Measuring Audiences for National Networks: The US Market for Ratings -- The Right to Reproduction: The Global Market for Television Formats -- Conclusion -- 4 Theorizing the Cultural Industries -- The Origins of "Cultural Industries" Theory -- Defining the "Cultural Industries": Five Propositions.
Mutations and Reconsiderations -- The "Creative Industries" and the Cultural Industries -- Conclusion -- 5 Communication Economy Paths -- Introduction -- Muraro's Memorandum -- Debating the Memorandum -- Final Words -- Part II Modalities of Power -- 6 The Media Amid Enterprises, the Public, and the State -- The Media and Society -- Media Enterprises -- Media Access and Consumption -- The Media and the State -- Conclusion -- 7 Media Ownership, Concentration, and Control -- Introduction -- The Hutchins Commission Report (1947) -- Herbert Schiller: Worldwide US Media Monopoly? (1969-2000) -- Murdock and Golding, "For a Political Economy of Mass Communications" (1973) -- Ithiel de Sola Pool: Technologies of Freedom (1983) -- Herman and Chomsky, Manufacturing Consent (1988/2002) -- Benjamin Compaine and Douglas Gomery, Who Owns The Media? (2000) -- Gillian Doyle, Media Ownership (2002) -- Ben Bagdikian's The Media Monopoly (1983-2004) -- C. Edwin Baker, Media Concentration and Democracy: Why Ownership Matters (2007) -- International Dimensions and a Provisional Conclusion -- 8 Maximizing Value -- Conceptualizing Synergy -- Economic Synergy: At the Level of the Firm and the Industry -- Cultural Synergy -- Synergy as a Transindustrial Process -- Conclusion -- 9 Economy, Ideology, and Advertising -- Economy -- Ideology -- Advertising -- General Interaction -- Conclusions -- 10 Branding and Culture -- Introduction -- Branding and Value -- Marxist Political Economy and Branding -- From Political Economy to Cultural Economy -- Branding and National Cultures -- Branding and Global Culture -- 11 Liberal Fictions -- Introduction -- Privatization of Media -- The Public-Private Dichotomy: A Western Fantasy? -- Media-Government Symbiosis in the United States -- Case Study: The Rights of the Corporate Person -- Conclusions -- 12 The Militarization of US Communications.
Introduction -- From Continental Conquest to Global Power -- System Stress and Elite Response -- Co-ordination of Network Infrastructure -- Networks: Society as Target -- Contracting for Net-Centric War -- Strategic International Communications -- Empire as American Ideology -- 13 Journalism Regulation -- Regulation for What? -- Moving Regulation Forward -- Journalism Regulation and the Pervasive State -- The Blurred Domain of Self-Regulation -- Looking for an (Im)possible Balance -- Part III Conditions of Creativity -- 14 The Death of Hollywood -- What's Changing About Hollywood? -- What's Not Changing: Hollywood and Continuity -- The Future? -- 15 The Political Economy of the Recorded Music Industry -- Introduction -- The Study of the Recorded Music Industry -- The History of the Recorded Music Industry -- Conclusion -- 16 The Political Economy of Labor -- The Labor Blind Spot -- Organizational Communication and Labor -- The Laboring of Culture -- Labor Enters the Political Economy of Communication -- The History of Communication from a Political Economy Perspective -- Labor Union Convergence -- Social Movement Worker Organizations -- Toward a Global Labor Movement: Will Communication Workers of the World Unite? -- 17 Toward a Political Economy of Labor in the Media Industries -- Thinking About Work and Organizations -- Studies of Cultural Production -- Labor in the Political Economy of Culture -- Cultural Studies Approaches to Creative Cultural Labor -- Concluding Comments: Toward an Adequate Normative Conception of Creative Labor -- Part IV Dynamics of Consumption -- 18 From the "Work of Consumption" to the "Work of Prosumers" -- What Does "Consumer" Mean? -- The Different Levels of the "Work of Consumption" -- The Productivity of the "Work of Consumption" -- The Problems of Access -- The Fallacy of Technological Determinism.
From "Consumer" to "Prosumer"? -- 19 The Political Economy of Audiences -- Introduction -- Revisiting the Debates: Schisms, Collaboration, Interconnectedness -- Audiences from a Political Economy Perspective -- Conclusion -- 20 The Political Economy of Personal Information -- Introduction -- Theories of Value -- Unpaid Labor -- The Labor of Consumption -- The Valuation and Pricing of Intangibles -- The Valuation of Personal Information -- Estimating the Value of PI at its Origin -- Negative Value, or Consumer Sensitivity -- Willingness to Pay as a Source of Valuation -- The Capture of PI -- Markets in Personal Information -- Tomorrow's Market -- 21 The Political Economy of Political Ignorance -- Introduction -- Civic Knowledge and Ignorance -- Political Ignorance in the EU -- Intensified Production Modes of Political Ignorance -- The Political Economy of Active Knowledge Seeking -- Concluding Remarks -- Part V Emerging Issues and Directions -- 22 Media and Communication Studies Going Global -- Introduction -- Media and the Development of Underdevelopment -- Postmodern Poverty -- Dewesternizing as Dedisciplining -- Difference and Change in Media Modernities -- Conclusion -- 23 New International Debates on Culture, Information, and Communication -- The UNESCO Convention on Diversity of Cultural Expressions -- The New Sociopolitical Actors' Philosophy of Life and Action -- 24 Global Capitalism, Temporality, and the Political Economy of Communication -- Time, Space, and Globalization -- Global Capitalism, ICTs, and Temporal Acceleration -- Global Mediations of Real Time: Reification and Critique -- Depicting Global Capitalism: Coevality and Critique -- 25 Global Media Capital and Local Media Policy -- The Logic of Accumulation -- Trajectories of Creative Migration -- Contours of Sociocultural Variation -- Policy Implications -- 26 The Challenge of China.
The West, the Rest, and the Centrality of the Chinese State -- Class, Nation, and Empire: Chinese and Global Dimensions -- History, Culture, and Chinese "Soft Power": Between a New "Renaissance" and a Second "Cultural Revolution"? -- After Socialist Defeatism, What? Or, Begin from the Beginning? -- Name Index -- Subject Index.
Record Nr. UNINA-9910208826903321
Chichester, England ; ; Malden, Massachusetts : , : Wiley-Blackwell, , [2011]
Materiale a stampa
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The handbook of political economy of communications / / edited by Janet Wasko, Graham Murdock, and Helena Sousa
The handbook of political economy of communications / / edited by Janet Wasko, Graham Murdock, and Helena Sousa
Edizione [1st edition]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Chichester, England ; ; Malden, Massachusetts : , : Wiley-Blackwell, , [2011]
Descrizione fisica xiv, 611 p
Disciplina 384
Collana Global handbooks in media and communication research
Soggetto topico Mass media - Political aspects
Mass media - Economic aspects
Communication - Economic aspects
Communication - Political aspects
ISBN 1-4443-9540-8
1-283-40826-0
1-4443-6177-5
1-4443-9538-6
1-78268-539-1
1-118-79944-5
9786613408266
Classificazione SOC052000
MF 1000
05.20
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Intro -- Series page -- Title page -- Copyright -- Notes on Contributors -- Series Editor's Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: The Political Economy of Communications -- What is Critical Political Economy? -- Why Political Economy? Why Now? -- Political Economy and Other Approaches -- Organization of the Handbook -- IAMCR/Political Economy Section -- Part I Legacies and Debates -- 1 Political Economies as Moral Economies -- Goods and the Good Life -- Putting the "Political" into Political Economy -- Competing Moral Economies -- Commodities: Possessions, and Dispossessions -- Public Goods: Reclaiming the Commons -- Gifts: In Search of Generosity -- Digital Enclosures -- Creativity, Convergence, and Exploitation -- Digitalizing the Commons -- 2 The Political Economy of Communication Revisited -- The Development of the Political Economy of Culture -- The Culture Industries, Cultural Labor, and the Cultural Commodity -- The Cultural Commodity and Cultural Demand -- From the Political Economy of Culture to the Political Economy of Information -- The Political Economy of the Information Society (PEIS) -- Telecommunications and the Culture Industries -- Information Economics -- Technologies of Freedom and the "Third Wave" -- The Information/Copyright/Creative Industries as the New Growth Sector -- Conclusion -- 3 Markets in Theory and Markets in Television -- Markets and the Liberal Market Model -- Defining Markets: Legal Basis -- Defining Markets: Economic Relationships and Capable Entities -- Defining Markets: Institutional Structures -- Measuring Audiences for National Networks: The US Market for Ratings -- The Right to Reproduction: The Global Market for Television Formats -- Conclusion -- 4 Theorizing the Cultural Industries -- The Origins of "Cultural Industries" Theory -- Defining the "Cultural Industries": Five Propositions.
Mutations and Reconsiderations -- The "Creative Industries" and the Cultural Industries -- Conclusion -- 5 Communication Economy Paths -- Introduction -- Muraro's Memorandum -- Debating the Memorandum -- Final Words -- Part II Modalities of Power -- 6 The Media Amid Enterprises, the Public, and the State -- The Media and Society -- Media Enterprises -- Media Access and Consumption -- The Media and the State -- Conclusion -- 7 Media Ownership, Concentration, and Control -- Introduction -- The Hutchins Commission Report (1947) -- Herbert Schiller: Worldwide US Media Monopoly? (1969-2000) -- Murdock and Golding, "For a Political Economy of Mass Communications" (1973) -- Ithiel de Sola Pool: Technologies of Freedom (1983) -- Herman and Chomsky, Manufacturing Consent (1988/2002) -- Benjamin Compaine and Douglas Gomery, Who Owns The Media? (2000) -- Gillian Doyle, Media Ownership (2002) -- Ben Bagdikian's The Media Monopoly (1983-2004) -- C. Edwin Baker, Media Concentration and Democracy: Why Ownership Matters (2007) -- International Dimensions and a Provisional Conclusion -- 8 Maximizing Value -- Conceptualizing Synergy -- Economic Synergy: At the Level of the Firm and the Industry -- Cultural Synergy -- Synergy as a Transindustrial Process -- Conclusion -- 9 Economy, Ideology, and Advertising -- Economy -- Ideology -- Advertising -- General Interaction -- Conclusions -- 10 Branding and Culture -- Introduction -- Branding and Value -- Marxist Political Economy and Branding -- From Political Economy to Cultural Economy -- Branding and National Cultures -- Branding and Global Culture -- 11 Liberal Fictions -- Introduction -- Privatization of Media -- The Public-Private Dichotomy: A Western Fantasy? -- Media-Government Symbiosis in the United States -- Case Study: The Rights of the Corporate Person -- Conclusions -- 12 The Militarization of US Communications.
Introduction -- From Continental Conquest to Global Power -- System Stress and Elite Response -- Co-ordination of Network Infrastructure -- Networks: Society as Target -- Contracting for Net-Centric War -- Strategic International Communications -- Empire as American Ideology -- 13 Journalism Regulation -- Regulation for What? -- Moving Regulation Forward -- Journalism Regulation and the Pervasive State -- The Blurred Domain of Self-Regulation -- Looking for an (Im)possible Balance -- Part III Conditions of Creativity -- 14 The Death of Hollywood -- What's Changing About Hollywood? -- What's Not Changing: Hollywood and Continuity -- The Future? -- 15 The Political Economy of the Recorded Music Industry -- Introduction -- The Study of the Recorded Music Industry -- The History of the Recorded Music Industry -- Conclusion -- 16 The Political Economy of Labor -- The Labor Blind Spot -- Organizational Communication and Labor -- The Laboring of Culture -- Labor Enters the Political Economy of Communication -- The History of Communication from a Political Economy Perspective -- Labor Union Convergence -- Social Movement Worker Organizations -- Toward a Global Labor Movement: Will Communication Workers of the World Unite? -- 17 Toward a Political Economy of Labor in the Media Industries -- Thinking About Work and Organizations -- Studies of Cultural Production -- Labor in the Political Economy of Culture -- Cultural Studies Approaches to Creative Cultural Labor -- Concluding Comments: Toward an Adequate Normative Conception of Creative Labor -- Part IV Dynamics of Consumption -- 18 From the "Work of Consumption" to the "Work of Prosumers" -- What Does "Consumer" Mean? -- The Different Levels of the "Work of Consumption" -- The Productivity of the "Work of Consumption" -- The Problems of Access -- The Fallacy of Technological Determinism.
From "Consumer" to "Prosumer"? -- 19 The Political Economy of Audiences -- Introduction -- Revisiting the Debates: Schisms, Collaboration, Interconnectedness -- Audiences from a Political Economy Perspective -- Conclusion -- 20 The Political Economy of Personal Information -- Introduction -- Theories of Value -- Unpaid Labor -- The Labor of Consumption -- The Valuation and Pricing of Intangibles -- The Valuation of Personal Information -- Estimating the Value of PI at its Origin -- Negative Value, or Consumer Sensitivity -- Willingness to Pay as a Source of Valuation -- The Capture of PI -- Markets in Personal Information -- Tomorrow's Market -- 21 The Political Economy of Political Ignorance -- Introduction -- Civic Knowledge and Ignorance -- Political Ignorance in the EU -- Intensified Production Modes of Political Ignorance -- The Political Economy of Active Knowledge Seeking -- Concluding Remarks -- Part V Emerging Issues and Directions -- 22 Media and Communication Studies Going Global -- Introduction -- Media and the Development of Underdevelopment -- Postmodern Poverty -- Dewesternizing as Dedisciplining -- Difference and Change in Media Modernities -- Conclusion -- 23 New International Debates on Culture, Information, and Communication -- The UNESCO Convention on Diversity of Cultural Expressions -- The New Sociopolitical Actors' Philosophy of Life and Action -- 24 Global Capitalism, Temporality, and the Political Economy of Communication -- Time, Space, and Globalization -- Global Capitalism, ICTs, and Temporal Acceleration -- Global Mediations of Real Time: Reification and Critique -- Depicting Global Capitalism: Coevality and Critique -- 25 Global Media Capital and Local Media Policy -- The Logic of Accumulation -- Trajectories of Creative Migration -- Contours of Sociocultural Variation -- Policy Implications -- 26 The Challenge of China.
The West, the Rest, and the Centrality of the Chinese State -- Class, Nation, and Empire: Chinese and Global Dimensions -- History, Culture, and Chinese "Soft Power": Between a New "Renaissance" and a Second "Cultural Revolution"? -- After Socialist Defeatism, What? Or, Begin from the Beginning? -- Name Index -- Subject Index.
Record Nr. UNISA-996226126103316
Chichester, England ; ; Malden, Massachusetts : , : Wiley-Blackwell, , [2011]
Materiale a stampa
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The handbook of political economy of communications / / edited by Janet Wasko, Graham Murdock, and Helena Sousa
The handbook of political economy of communications / / edited by Janet Wasko, Graham Murdock, and Helena Sousa
Edizione [1st edition]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Chichester, England ; ; Malden, Massachusetts : , : Wiley-Blackwell, , [2011]
Descrizione fisica xiv, 611 p
Disciplina 384
Collana Global handbooks in media and communication research
Soggetto topico Mass media - Political aspects
Mass media - Economic aspects
Communication - Economic aspects
Communication - Political aspects
ISBN 1-4443-9540-8
1-283-40826-0
1-4443-6177-5
1-4443-9538-6
1-78268-539-1
1-118-79944-5
9786613408266
Classificazione SOC052000
MF 1000
05.20
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Intro -- Series page -- Title page -- Copyright -- Notes on Contributors -- Series Editor's Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: The Political Economy of Communications -- What is Critical Political Economy? -- Why Political Economy? Why Now? -- Political Economy and Other Approaches -- Organization of the Handbook -- IAMCR/Political Economy Section -- Part I Legacies and Debates -- 1 Political Economies as Moral Economies -- Goods and the Good Life -- Putting the "Political" into Political Economy -- Competing Moral Economies -- Commodities: Possessions, and Dispossessions -- Public Goods: Reclaiming the Commons -- Gifts: In Search of Generosity -- Digital Enclosures -- Creativity, Convergence, and Exploitation -- Digitalizing the Commons -- 2 The Political Economy of Communication Revisited -- The Development of the Political Economy of Culture -- The Culture Industries, Cultural Labor, and the Cultural Commodity -- The Cultural Commodity and Cultural Demand -- From the Political Economy of Culture to the Political Economy of Information -- The Political Economy of the Information Society (PEIS) -- Telecommunications and the Culture Industries -- Information Economics -- Technologies of Freedom and the "Third Wave" -- The Information/Copyright/Creative Industries as the New Growth Sector -- Conclusion -- 3 Markets in Theory and Markets in Television -- Markets and the Liberal Market Model -- Defining Markets: Legal Basis -- Defining Markets: Economic Relationships and Capable Entities -- Defining Markets: Institutional Structures -- Measuring Audiences for National Networks: The US Market for Ratings -- The Right to Reproduction: The Global Market for Television Formats -- Conclusion -- 4 Theorizing the Cultural Industries -- The Origins of "Cultural Industries" Theory -- Defining the "Cultural Industries": Five Propositions.
Mutations and Reconsiderations -- The "Creative Industries" and the Cultural Industries -- Conclusion -- 5 Communication Economy Paths -- Introduction -- Muraro's Memorandum -- Debating the Memorandum -- Final Words -- Part II Modalities of Power -- 6 The Media Amid Enterprises, the Public, and the State -- The Media and Society -- Media Enterprises -- Media Access and Consumption -- The Media and the State -- Conclusion -- 7 Media Ownership, Concentration, and Control -- Introduction -- The Hutchins Commission Report (1947) -- Herbert Schiller: Worldwide US Media Monopoly? (1969-2000) -- Murdock and Golding, "For a Political Economy of Mass Communications" (1973) -- Ithiel de Sola Pool: Technologies of Freedom (1983) -- Herman and Chomsky, Manufacturing Consent (1988/2002) -- Benjamin Compaine and Douglas Gomery, Who Owns The Media? (2000) -- Gillian Doyle, Media Ownership (2002) -- Ben Bagdikian's The Media Monopoly (1983-2004) -- C. Edwin Baker, Media Concentration and Democracy: Why Ownership Matters (2007) -- International Dimensions and a Provisional Conclusion -- 8 Maximizing Value -- Conceptualizing Synergy -- Economic Synergy: At the Level of the Firm and the Industry -- Cultural Synergy -- Synergy as a Transindustrial Process -- Conclusion -- 9 Economy, Ideology, and Advertising -- Economy -- Ideology -- Advertising -- General Interaction -- Conclusions -- 10 Branding and Culture -- Introduction -- Branding and Value -- Marxist Political Economy and Branding -- From Political Economy to Cultural Economy -- Branding and National Cultures -- Branding and Global Culture -- 11 Liberal Fictions -- Introduction -- Privatization of Media -- The Public-Private Dichotomy: A Western Fantasy? -- Media-Government Symbiosis in the United States -- Case Study: The Rights of the Corporate Person -- Conclusions -- 12 The Militarization of US Communications.
Introduction -- From Continental Conquest to Global Power -- System Stress and Elite Response -- Co-ordination of Network Infrastructure -- Networks: Society as Target -- Contracting for Net-Centric War -- Strategic International Communications -- Empire as American Ideology -- 13 Journalism Regulation -- Regulation for What? -- Moving Regulation Forward -- Journalism Regulation and the Pervasive State -- The Blurred Domain of Self-Regulation -- Looking for an (Im)possible Balance -- Part III Conditions of Creativity -- 14 The Death of Hollywood -- What's Changing About Hollywood? -- What's Not Changing: Hollywood and Continuity -- The Future? -- 15 The Political Economy of the Recorded Music Industry -- Introduction -- The Study of the Recorded Music Industry -- The History of the Recorded Music Industry -- Conclusion -- 16 The Political Economy of Labor -- The Labor Blind Spot -- Organizational Communication and Labor -- The Laboring of Culture -- Labor Enters the Political Economy of Communication -- The History of Communication from a Political Economy Perspective -- Labor Union Convergence -- Social Movement Worker Organizations -- Toward a Global Labor Movement: Will Communication Workers of the World Unite? -- 17 Toward a Political Economy of Labor in the Media Industries -- Thinking About Work and Organizations -- Studies of Cultural Production -- Labor in the Political Economy of Culture -- Cultural Studies Approaches to Creative Cultural Labor -- Concluding Comments: Toward an Adequate Normative Conception of Creative Labor -- Part IV Dynamics of Consumption -- 18 From the "Work of Consumption" to the "Work of Prosumers" -- What Does "Consumer" Mean? -- The Different Levels of the "Work of Consumption" -- The Productivity of the "Work of Consumption" -- The Problems of Access -- The Fallacy of Technological Determinism.
From "Consumer" to "Prosumer"? -- 19 The Political Economy of Audiences -- Introduction -- Revisiting the Debates: Schisms, Collaboration, Interconnectedness -- Audiences from a Political Economy Perspective -- Conclusion -- 20 The Political Economy of Personal Information -- Introduction -- Theories of Value -- Unpaid Labor -- The Labor of Consumption -- The Valuation and Pricing of Intangibles -- The Valuation of Personal Information -- Estimating the Value of PI at its Origin -- Negative Value, or Consumer Sensitivity -- Willingness to Pay as a Source of Valuation -- The Capture of PI -- Markets in Personal Information -- Tomorrow's Market -- 21 The Political Economy of Political Ignorance -- Introduction -- Civic Knowledge and Ignorance -- Political Ignorance in the EU -- Intensified Production Modes of Political Ignorance -- The Political Economy of Active Knowledge Seeking -- Concluding Remarks -- Part V Emerging Issues and Directions -- 22 Media and Communication Studies Going Global -- Introduction -- Media and the Development of Underdevelopment -- Postmodern Poverty -- Dewesternizing as Dedisciplining -- Difference and Change in Media Modernities -- Conclusion -- 23 New International Debates on Culture, Information, and Communication -- The UNESCO Convention on Diversity of Cultural Expressions -- The New Sociopolitical Actors' Philosophy of Life and Action -- 24 Global Capitalism, Temporality, and the Political Economy of Communication -- Time, Space, and Globalization -- Global Capitalism, ICTs, and Temporal Acceleration -- Global Mediations of Real Time: Reification and Critique -- Depicting Global Capitalism: Coevality and Critique -- 25 Global Media Capital and Local Media Policy -- The Logic of Accumulation -- Trajectories of Creative Migration -- Contours of Sociocultural Variation -- Policy Implications -- 26 The Challenge of China.
The West, the Rest, and the Centrality of the Chinese State -- Class, Nation, and Empire: Chinese and Global Dimensions -- History, Culture, and Chinese "Soft Power": Between a New "Renaissance" and a Second "Cultural Revolution"? -- After Socialist Defeatism, What? Or, Begin from the Beginning? -- Name Index -- Subject Index.
Record Nr. UNINA-9910830293503321
Chichester, England ; ; Malden, Massachusetts : , : Wiley-Blackwell, , [2011]
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Television across Europe [[electronic resource] /] / edited by Jan Wieten, Graham Murdock and Peter Dahlgren
Television across Europe [[electronic resource] /] / edited by Jan Wieten, Graham Murdock and Peter Dahlgren
Pubbl/distr/stampa London, : SAGE, 2000
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (288 p.)
Disciplina 302.2345094
384.55/094
Altri autori (Persone) WietenJan
MurdockGraham
DahlgrenPeter <1946->
Soggetto topico Television broadcasting - Europe
Broadcasting - Europe
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-4462-4034-7
0-7619-6884-9
1-281-25105-4
9786611251055
1-84787-680-3
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Contents; Part I: Television Environments: Traditions and Transitions; Introduction; Chapter 1: The Status of TV Broadcasting in Europe; Chapter 2: Key Trends in European Television; Chapter 3: Digital Futures: European Television in the Age of Convergence; Part II: Television Trends: Organization and Representation; Introduction; Chapter 4: Programming and Channel Competition in European Television; Chapter 5: Popular Drama: Travelling Templates and National Fictions; Chapter 6: Programme Making Across Borders: The Eurosud News Magazine; Chapter 7: Television Audiences
Part III: Television Genres: Borders and FlowsIntroduction; Chapter 8: Music Television: MTV-Europe; Chapter 9: Arts Television: Questions of Culture; Chapter 10: Breakfast Television: Infotainers at Daybreak; Chapter 11: Talk Shows: Democratic Debates and Tabloid Tales; Chapter 12: Television Current Affairs: The Case of Northern Ireland; Chapter 13: Television News: The Case of the French Road Blockades; References; Index
Record Nr. UNINA-9910450579203321
London, : SAGE, 2000
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: Univ. Federico II
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Television across Europe [[electronic resource] /] / edited by Jan Wieten, Graham Murdock and Peter Dahlgren
Television across Europe [[electronic resource] /] / edited by Jan Wieten, Graham Murdock and Peter Dahlgren
Pubbl/distr/stampa London, : SAGE, 2000
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (xiv, 273 p.) : ill., ports
Disciplina 384.55094
Altri autori (Persone) WietenJan
MurdockGraham
DahlgrenPeter <1946->
Soggetto topico Television broadcasting - Europe
Television broadcasting - Social aspects - Europe
ISBN 1-4462-4034-7
0-7619-6884-9
1-281-25105-4
9786611251055
1-84787-680-3
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Contents; Part I: Television Environments: Traditions and Transitions; Introduction; Chapter 1: The Status of TV Broadcasting in Europe; Chapter 2: Key Trends in European Television; Chapter 3: Digital Futures: European Television in the Age of Convergence; Part II: Television Trends: Organization and Representation; Introduction; Chapter 4: Programming and Channel Competition in European Television; Chapter 5: Popular Drama: Travelling Templates and National Fictions; Chapter 6: Programme Making Across Borders: The Eurosud News Magazine; Chapter 7: Television Audiences
Part III: Television Genres: Borders and FlowsIntroduction; Chapter 8: Music Television: MTV-Europe; Chapter 9: Arts Television: Questions of Culture; Chapter 10: Breakfast Television: Infotainers at Daybreak; Chapter 11: Talk Shows: Democratic Debates and Tabloid Tales; Chapter 12: Television Current Affairs: The Case of Northern Ireland; Chapter 13: Television News: The Case of the French Road Blockades; References; Index
Record Nr. UNINA-9910784851203321
London, : SAGE, 2000
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: Univ. Federico II
Opac: Controlla la disponibilità qui
Television across Europe [[electronic resource] /] / edited by Jan Wieten, Graham Murdock and Peter Dahlgren
Television across Europe [[electronic resource] /] / edited by Jan Wieten, Graham Murdock and Peter Dahlgren
Pubbl/distr/stampa London, : SAGE, 2000
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (xiv, 273 p.) : ill., ports
Disciplina 384.55094
Altri autori (Persone) WietenJan
MurdockGraham
DahlgrenPeter <1946->
Soggetto topico Television broadcasting - Europe
Television broadcasting - Social aspects - Europe
ISBN 1-4462-4034-7
0-7619-6884-9
1-281-25105-4
9786611251055
1-84787-680-3
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Contents; Part I: Television Environments: Traditions and Transitions; Introduction; Chapter 1: The Status of TV Broadcasting in Europe; Chapter 2: Key Trends in European Television; Chapter 3: Digital Futures: European Television in the Age of Convergence; Part II: Television Trends: Organization and Representation; Introduction; Chapter 4: Programming and Channel Competition in European Television; Chapter 5: Popular Drama: Travelling Templates and National Fictions; Chapter 6: Programme Making Across Borders: The Eurosud News Magazine; Chapter 7: Television Audiences
Part III: Television Genres: Borders and FlowsIntroduction; Chapter 8: Music Television: MTV-Europe; Chapter 9: Arts Television: Questions of Culture; Chapter 10: Breakfast Television: Infotainers at Daybreak; Chapter 11: Talk Shows: Democratic Debates and Tabloid Tales; Chapter 12: Television Current Affairs: The Case of Northern Ireland; Chapter 13: Television News: The Case of the French Road Blockades; References; Index
Record Nr. UNINA-9910823135603321
London, : SAGE, 2000
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