Fb2 TV News, Urban Conflict and the Inner City (Studies in Communication and Society) ePub
by Simon Cottle
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|Publisher:||Leicester Univ Pr (June 1, 1993)|
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Series: Studies in Communication and Society.
This is a study of journalists. Series: Studies in Communication and Society. Hardcover: 240 pages. Publisher: Leicester Univ Pr (June 1, 1993).
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Simon Cottle is Professor of Media Communication at Bath Spa University College. Bibliographic information.
Numerous studies of 'race', racism and .
Numerous studies of 'race', racism and the mass media have been conducted in the past. Simon Cottle is Professor of Media Communication at Bath Spa University College.
The study is done from the perspective of urban communication studies.
This study of the handling on TV of inner city crime and rioting operates on. .
This study of the handling on TV of inner city crime and rioting operates on three levels: as an examination of journalistic practices and news content; as a study of ways of understanding inner city problems; and as an enquiry into a contest into meaning and the construction of beliefs. Includes bibliographical references (pages 237-245) and indexes. Introduction: Approaching television - 1. Urban conflict and the inner city: contested realities - pt.
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TV news, urban conflict, and the inner city. The mainstream media and the NGOs. A case study of action aid. In W. de Jong, M. Shaw, & N. Stammers (Ed., Global activism global media (pp. 95–109). New York: Leicester University Press. News, public relations and power. Della Porta, D. (2003).