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The political economy of communications, news, or media, is a particular branch in Communication studies or media studies which studies the power relations (political economy).

The political economy of communications, news, or media, is a particular branch in Communication studies or media studies which studies the power relations (political economy) that constitute the communication of information from the mass media to its publics. The concept has been developed by media and political economy scholars, such as Dallas Walker Smythe, Herbert Schiller, Graham Murdock, Peter Golding, Vincent Mosco, Dan Schiller, and Robert W. McChesney

Christian L. Glossner. The years following the end of World War II in Germany were a significant period of change and upheaval

Christian L. The years following the end of World War II in Germany were a significant period of change and upheaval. This book on the economic reconstruction of post-war West Germany traces the development of economic and socio-political ideas, and their gradual absorption by mainstream politicians, officials and the general public during the period of transition between 1945 and 1949.

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The economic regeneration and post-war reconstruction of West Germany is one of the most remarkable success stories of the 20th century. However, little is known about the processes and debates that fuelled this era of extraordinary change and upheaval. Christian Glossner here explores the events and individuals of this period, tracing the development of economic and socio-political ideas and their gradual absorption by mainstream politicians, officials and the general public during the period of transition between 1945 and 1949. In the process, he reveals the dynamic interplay between political parties and the electorate during the process of economic liberalisation that was to result in the Social Market Economy prevailing as the socio-political and economic model for the new Federal Republic of Germany.