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Media and Politics in a Globalizing World
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Robertson has authoritatively written a map of the changing media landscape in the contemporary world. She ably examines the limitations of old conceptions of "the media" to understand the profound transformations of the past years. Readers interested in the "mediatization" of society and politics will find this book valuable. A good read, packed with smart insights and encyclopedic knowledge. Silvio Waisbord, George Washington University With great intellectual clarity Alexa Robertson addresses the complex dynamics of media, politics and globalization in a fresh and compelling way. Providing both a coherent overview as well as concrete, comparative examples, she writes in an impressively vivid and engaging style. Destined to become a new landmark in the field! Peter Dahlgren, Lund University Robertson has written a fascinating and comprehensive book that synthesizes a wide range of theories and frameworks on media -- all in an original and highly accessible format that is well organized and full of interesting and lively examples. The globalization perspective is masterfully presented in ways that students will be able to identify in different national contexts, and the discussions of how politics and power flow in and out of media systems is unparalleled in clarity and insight. W. Lance Bennett, University of Washington
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Alexa Robertson is Associate Professor at the Department of Media Studies (IMS), Stockholm University, Sweden. Her previous book, Mediated Cosmopolitanism, was published by Polity in 2010.
Preface Acknowledgements Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Media Power Chapter 3 Political Elites Chapter 4 Journalists Chapter 5 The People Formerly Known as the Audience Chapter 6 Activists Chapter 7 Mediated Conflict Chapter 8 Infotainment Chapter 9 Mediatization Chapter 10 Media Freedom Chapter 11 Conclusion Notes References and Bibliography