Understanding alternative media
McGraw Hill/Open University Press, 2008 - Art - 196 pages
Combing diverse case studies from countries including the UK, North America and Brazil, the authors propose an original theoretical framework to help understand the subject. Looking at both ‘old’ and ‘new’ media, the book argues for the importance of an alternative media and suggests a political agenda as a way of broadening its scope.
Understanding Alternative Media is valuable reading for students in media, journalism and communications studies, researchers, academics, and journalists.
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