A Handbook of Media and Communication Research: Qualitative and Quantitative Methodologies

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1.1 Media in the structuration of society 4
1.2 Time-in culture and time-out culture 5
1.3 A model of social spheres 7
1.4 The stages of communication 8
1.5 The levels of communication 9
1.6 A model of media, communication and culture 10
1.7 An anatomy of media and communication research 11
2.1 A brief chronology of human communication 18
2.2 The hermeneutic circle 21
2.3 The process of semiosis 24
2.4 Two levels of signification 26
2.5 Four models of meaning 30
5.1 The news organization in a field of social forces 80
5.2 Sources and news media as interconnected organizations 89
6.1 Four approaches to the study of international news 92
7.1 Dimensions of critical discourse analysis 107
7.2 Comparison of different approaches to qualitative discourse analysis 110
8.1 The actant model 127
8.2 A model of narrative communication 129
8.3 Eight levels of narration 130
8.4 The visual code of television news 131
9.1 The ‘stages’ of mediated communication, as defined by audience research traditions 139
9.2 Examples of differential rates of the diffusion of innovations 141
9.3 Dimensions of campaign objectives and effects 147
9.4 Chart of values among Danish respondents according to RISC principles (1995) 153
10.1 Milestones of media and communication research 157
10.2 Two varieties of reception study 166
10.3 Three flows of media use 169
11.1 Three media flows in and between countries 175
11.2 Three types of interactivity 185
11.3 Four modes of communication 185
11.4 Horizontal and vertical intertextuality 187
11.5 Three levels of articulation 189

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Preface xi
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • Part I - History 13
  • 2 - The Humanities in Media and Communication Research 15
  • 3 - Media, Culture and Modern Times 40
  • Part II - Systematics 59
  • 4 - The Production of Media Fiction 62
  • 5 - The Production of News 78
  • 6 - The Study of International News 91
  • 7 - Discourses of Fact 98
  • 8 - Mediated Fiction 117
  • 9 - Media Effects 138
  • 10 - Media Reception 156
  • 11 - Contexts, Cultures, and Computers 171
  • 12 - History, Media and Communication 191
  • Part III - Practice 207
  • 13 - The Quantitative Research Process 209
  • 14 - The Qualitative Research Process 235
  • 15 - The Complementarity of Qualitative and Quantitative Methodologies in Media and Communication Research 254
  • 16 - The Social Origins and Uses of Media and Communication Research 273
  • References 294
  • Index 326
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