6 edition of Corporate media and the threat to democracy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 75-79).
|Statement||Robert W. McChesney.|
|Series||The Open media pamphlet series|
|LC Classifications||P96.I5 M337 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||79 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||96037525|
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Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this passionate and strikingly lucid /5. McChesney takes on the threat to democracy that come from the control of our media being concentrated in very few hands.
He also describes the biases inherent in our current media culture and how the internet and the digital revolution may not be as revolutionary as we had hoped and he takes a few swipes at the myth of the liberal media/5(6).
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Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.3/5(1). Corporate Media and the Threat to Democracy by Robert McChesney In this concise pamphlet, media scholar Robert W. McChesney "sound[s] a compelling warning that corporate control of the mass media has made ominous inroads into our democracy" (Ben Bagdikian).
Journalism Nonfiction Media Studies "McChesney. has produced a [book] that, in the tradition of Tom Paine, systematically examines and refutes the myths that provide the 'impenetrable ideological armor' protecting corporate media from criticism.
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He also describes the biases inherent in our current media culture and how the internet and the digital revolution may not 5/5(4). Corporate Media and the Threat to Democracy by Robert W. McChesney OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive): eBooks, audiobooks and videos for libraries "In this passionate and strikingly lucid essay, Robert McChesney makes clear why all of us should be alarmed about the effects of media mergers on the future of American democracy.
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Corporate Media & the Threat to Democracy by Robert W McChesney available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews. -- The global media market of the '90s is dominated by fewer than ten media conglomeratesThe. Corporate Media and the Threat to Democracy By Bob McChesney on Ma in Books, Frech, Indonesian, Single Author, Spanish, Yugoslavian The tremendous growth of the so-called information superhighway has opened countless new channels for media, but only a very few opportunities for control of those channels.
Corporate Media and the Threat to Democracy Robert W. McChesney Limited preview - About the author () ROBERT W. MCCHESNEY is a research professor in the Institute of Communications 3/5(1).
McChesney takes on the threat to democracy that come from the control of our media being concentrated in very few hands. He also describes the biases inherent in our current media culture and how the internet and the digital revolution may not be as revolutionary as we had hoped and he takes a few swipes at the myth of the liberal media/5.
Corporate Media and the Threat to Democracy. Story Octo Well two corporate media giants are merging. one of the foremost experts on issues of media and democracy.
While Republicans and Democrats both take issue with what they consider a bias in news coverage, the core of this book's argument is that the system is too top-heavy, and that the corporations that own the news organizations wield too much control.
For example, there's the case in which a Fox TV executive defends Cited by: 6. In the Service of Power: Media Capture and the Threat to Democracy 4 capture can also be applied to explain why commercial competition introduced almost four decades ago by the Chinese government and the more recent rise of social media and citizen journalism have not challenged the political dominance of government over the media in Size: 2MB.
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If we believe that an informed populace is an integral part of a successfully active democracy, writes Robert W. McChesney, then the commercial basis of U.S. media, in which /5(6).