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- Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2017
- Springer International Publishing AG
- IX, 255 p.
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"There is something refreshingly overt in the crusading, polemical passion of this book. ... Rowinski in particular sets out to deconstruct the illusion of any 'impartial [...] fact-centred' press cover-age of Europe. ... In doing so, he crucially challenges a liberal model of press influence and responsibility as a disinterested watchdog mediating between power and the populace." (Alec Charles, Journalism Education - The Journal of the Association for Journalism Education, Vol. 6 (3), 2017-2018)
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Paul Rowinski is Senior Lecturer at the University of Bedfordshire, UK, and has worked for the regional, national and transnational press for two decades, including as a UK central European correspondent.
1. The loneliness of an Ango-European. A pathology.- 2. Overarching Academic Themes.- 3. Conceptualising Europe.- 4. The Post-War European Project - a topography divorced from nationhood.- 5. The European Union and its communication deficit.- 6. Communicating Europe? Berlusconi, Murdoch and the Interplay of national Politics and the Press.- 7. Into the Vacuum: Populism, UKIP and the Five Star Movement.- 8. The Architecture for Analysing Interviews and Text.- 9. Italian Interviews. Travelling through the Labyrinth.- 10. British Interviews. Representing and Challenging the National Interest.- 11. The Persuasive Language of the Berlusconi and Murdoch Press.- 12. Newspapers and their discursive construction of Europe.