The Media & Communications in Australia

By Stuart Cunningham; Graeme Turner | Go to book overview
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Contents
Tables and figuresvii
Abbreviationsix
Contributorsxiii
Prefacexvii
PART ONE: INTRODUCTION
1The media and communications in Australia today Graeme Turner and Stuart Cunningham3
PART TWO: APPROACHES
2Media and communications: theoretical traditions John Sinclair23
3Political economy and news Rod Tiffen35
4Policy Stuart Cunningham and Terry Flew48
5Textual analysis Alan McKee62
6Representation Kate Bowles72
7Audiences Sue Turnbull85
PART THREE: INDUSTRIES
8The press Julianne Schultz101
9Telecommunications and the new economy Trevor Barr117
10Radio Toby Miller and Graeme Turner133
11Film and video Deb Verhoeven152
12Television and pay TV Terry Flew173
13Magazines Frances Bonner188
14Advertising John Sinclair200
15Public relations Graeme Turner217

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