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by Ib Bondebjerg,Peter Madsen

ePub Media, Democracy and European Culture download
Author:
Ib Bondebjerg,Peter Madsen
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978-1841502472
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1841502472
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Intellect Ltd; 2 edition (March 15, 2009)
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This timely and forward-looking collection will be of interest to scholars of media, international and cultural studies.

The role of the media, communication policy and the question of how the media report on Europe runs as a thread through all contributions. The book is interdisciplinary and international.

Ib Bondebjerg, Peter Madsen. The role of the media, communication policy and the question of how the media report on Europe runs as a thread through all contributions.

Request an inspection copy. Media, Democracy and European Culture (Book). Ib Bondebjerg is professor of film and media studies and director of the Centre for Modern European Studies at the University of Copenhagen. Peter Madsen is professor of comparative literature at the University of Copenhagen.

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oceedings{Boni2010IbBE, title {Ib Bondebjerg e Peter Madsen. Media, democracy and European culture}, author {Federico De Boni}, year {2010} }. Federico De Boni.

European culture and the media. I Bondebjerg, P Golding. Intellect Books, 2004. Media, democracy and European culture. I Bondebjerg, P Madsen. Intellect Books, 2008.

Ib Bondebjerg and Peter Madsen. Part One: Media, Power, Democracy and the Public Sphere. It is the purpose of this book to bring these areas together in a comprehensive approach to media, culture and democracy with a view of the public sphere as a crucial mediating field. Chapter 1 The Political Economy of the Media at the Root of the EU’s Democracy Deficit.

Media, Democracy and European Culture presents up-to-date and cutting-edge research on the political and cultural dimension of democracy in Europe and its representation in the media.  This interdisciplinary volume brings together the work of some of the most prominent European scholars in media, political science, sociology, cultural studies and law. The contributors explore issues of globalization, the role of the media and communication policy to order to provide a comparative country-to-country look at how the media constructs European identity. This timely and forward-looking collection will be of interest to scholars of media, international and cultural studies.