|aThe media and social theory /|cedited by David Hesmondhalgh and Jason Toynbee.
|aNew York :|bRoutledge,|c2008.
|axii, 291 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aCulture, economy and the social
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|tWhy media studies needs better social theory /|rDavid Hesmondhalgh, Jason Toynbee -- |t Power and democracy. |t Media and the paradoxes of pluralism / |r Kari Karppinen -- |t Neoliberalism, social movements and change in media systems in the late twentieth century / |r Daniel C. Hallin -- |t Recognition and the renewal of ideology critique / |r John Downey -- |t Cosmopolitan temptations, communicative spaces and the European Union / |r Philip Schlesinger -- |t Spatial inequalities. |t Neoliberalism, imperialism and the media / |r David Hesmondhalgh -- |t Contemporary Persian letter and its global purloining : the shifting spatialities of contemporary communication / |r Annabelle Sreberny -- |t Rethinking the Digital Age / |r Faye Ginsburg -- |t Media and mobility in a transnational world / |r Purnima Mankekar -- |t Spectacle and the self. |t Form and power in an age of continuous spectacle / |r Nick Couldry -- |t Spectacular morality : 'Reality' television, individualisation and the remaking of the working class / |r Helen Wood, Bev Skeggs -- |t Variations on the branded self : theme, invention, improvisation and inventory /|rAlison Hearn -- |tMedia labour and production. -- |t'Step away from the croissant' : media studies 3.0 /|rToby Miller -- |tSex and drugs and bait and switch : rockumentary and the new model worker /|rMatt Stahl -- |tJournalism : expertise, authority, and power in democratic life /|rChristopher Anderson -- |tMedia making and social reality /|rJason Toynbee.
|aMass media|xSocial aspects.
|3Table of contents only|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip084/2007046124.html