Media, Margins and Civic Agency (häftad)
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1st ed. 2015
Palgrave Macmillan
Alexander, Jenny (ed.), Jackson, Daniel (ed.), Savigny, Heather (ed.), Thorsen, Einar (ed.)
XIII, 219 p.
220 x 142 x 15 mm
309 g
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Media, Margins and Civic Agency (häftad)

Media, Margins and Civic Agency

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This collection brings together new research on contemporary media, politics and power. It explores ways and means through which media can and do empower or dis-empower citizens at the margins that is, how they act as vehicles of, or obstacles to, civic agency and social change.
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"Media, Margins and Civic Agency explores the extent to which media serve as catalysts or obstacles to civic activism and social transformation. ... this is an engaging book on the challenges and opportunities in framing the groups at the margins afforded by social media and sometimes mainstream media." (Weiwu Zhang, Communication Booknotes Quarterly, Vol. 47 (1), 2016)

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Stuart Allan, Cardiff University, UK Jen Birks, University of Nottingham, UK Lene Brennodden, Researcher, Norway Glenda Cooper, City University London, UK John Downey, Loughborough University, UK Deborah Gabriel, Bournemouth University, UK Anita Howarth, Brunel University, London, UK Yasmin Ibrahim, Queen Mary, University of London, UK Lisette Johnston, City University London, UK Ann Luce, Bournemouth University, UK Sarita Malik, Brunel University London, UK Monika Metykova, University of Sussex, UK Jackie Newton, Liverpool John Moores University, UK Olatunji Ogunyemi, University of Lincoln, Russia Katy Parry, University of Leeds, UK Barry Richards, Bournemouth University, UK Pollyanna Ruiz, University of Sussex, UK


Introduction; Daniel Jackson, Jenny Alexander, Einar Thorsen And Heather Savigny PART I: CITIZEN VOICES 1. Alternative Voices, Alternative Spaces: Counterhegemonic Discourse In The Blogosphere; Deborah Gabriel 2. Unlocking The Gate? How Ngos Mediate The Voices Of The Marginalized In Social Media Context; Glenda Cooper 3. ' 'I Wouldn ' 't Be A Victim When It Comes To Being Heard ' ': Citizen Journalism And Civic Inclusion; Einar Thorsen, Daniel Jackson And Ann Luce 4. The Voices Of Extremist Violence: What Can We Hear?; Barry Richards PART II: MEDIATING MARGINS 5. European Media Policy: Why Margins Actually Matter; Monika Metykova 6. The Rise Of ' 'Creative Diversity ' ' In Media Policy; Sarita Malik 7. Victims At The Margins? A Comparative Analysis Of The Use Of Primary Sources In Reporting Personal Tragedy In Norway And The UK; Jackie Newton And Lene Brennodden 8. Public Service From The Margins: A Case Study Of Diasporic Media In The UK; Ola Ogunyemi9. Space And The Migrant Camps Of Calais: Space Making At The Margins; Anita Howarth And Yasmin Ibrahim PART III: PROTESTS AND POWER 10. Visibility Of Protest At The Margins: The Thatcher Funeral Protests; Katy Parry 11. ' 'Pay Your Tax! ' ' How Tax Avoidance Became A Prominent Issue In The Public Sphere In The UK; Jen Birks And John Downey 12. UGC In The Newsroom: How BBC Journalists" Engagement With Internet Activists Has Altered Newsroom Practices; Lisette Johnston 13. Police, Protester, Public: Unsettling Binaries In The Public Sphere; Pollyanna Ruiz Afterword; Stuart Allan