Neoliberalism, Media and the Political
Neoliberalism, Media and the Political examines the condition of media and journalism in neoliberal cultures. Emphasizing neoliberalism's status as a political ideology that is simultaneously hostile to politics, the book presents a critical theoretical argument supported by empirical illustrations from New Zealand, Ireland, the UK and the US.
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1 Articulating Neoliberalism in Critical Media and Communication Studies
Theory History and Trajectories
3 Neoliberal Logics and Field Theory
A Representative Anecdote from PostRogernomics New Zealand
5 The Journalistic Habitus and the Realist Style
6 Media Cultures Antipolitics and the Climategate Affair
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