Mayer on the Media: Issues and Arguments

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Allen & Unwin, 1994 - Cable television - Australia - 201 pages
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This book canvasses the most basic issues of media analysis: the nature of social knowledge, of citizenship, policy directions regarding new media, conflicts between journalism and other institutions, freedom of speech and its limits, and the rationales and dilemmas underlying state action in many areas of media policy. These essays present Henry Mayer at his best - provocative, iconoclastic, and covering familiar terroritory in fresh ways. The book is intended for anyone interested in current media and politics.

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