Communication and Citizenship: Journalism and the Public Sphere in the New Media Age

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Index

a
ABC, 119, 121, 127, 210 -12
ABC World News Tonight with Peter Jennings200
Abelson, R. 179
ABM treaty 212
absolutist monarchy 230
access (to media) 167 -8
accountability 44, 47
Adams, John Q. 129
administrative board 102, 106
adversaries (reactions tested) 145
advertising 4, 39, 47 ;
see also marketing logic (US television)
affiliation vote 141, 149
Agostini, A. 138
AIDS:
campaign 81, 83, 91 ;
thematic conceptualization 177, 179 -82 passim
Albrecht, Ernst 94, 97
Alexander, J.C. 157
alienation effect 122
Allor, M. 18
alternative public sphere (Poland) 158, 160 -1
American Enterprise Institute 75
American Fairness Doctrine 169
American Foundation for AIDS Research 87
American politics, bifurcation of, see election coverage (US)
anchor-person (television) 223, 224 ;
women, 217, 220, 221, 225 -6
Anderson, Daniel R. 134
Andreotti, Giulio 145
Andrews, Wyatt 210 -11
Anne, Princess 240
Anti-Crime Team 82 -3
apartheid 177, 179 -92 passim
Arabsat 198
ARD 94, 102, 104, 110, 112, 203
aristocracy 229 -30
arms control 212, 213
Aronowitz, S. 13
arts campaign 82
Asian Broadcasting Union 198
Association of Polish Broadcasts 167, 170
'atomized polycentrism' 164
audience:
fragmentation 71 ;
gendered 231 -3;
political understanding, see discourses of politics (public issues in Denmark and USA);
publics and 16, 19 ;
research (Poland) 170 -1;
segmentation 12, 13, 14 ;
for spectacle 127 -8
autocue system 222
autonomy 36, 43, 49, 156, 158

b
B Sky B 49
Bacon, Francis 76
balanced approach 32
Baran, S. 196
Bardot, Brigitte 201
Barkin, S. 200

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