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Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture发布三个开源论文专辑
2019-07-28 19:16   传媒学术网

 

近日,由英国威斯敏斯特大学出版社主办的Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture在其官网整理发布了有关“新闻业与数字挑战”、“电视研究”和“审查与宣传”三个主题的先前发表的重要论文,组成三个专辑,供感兴趣的读者免费下载阅读,其中,多篇论文与中国媒体环境有关。链接如下:

https://www.westminsterpapers.org/collections/special/

传媒学术网摘取了专辑目录,分享如下。

 

Journalism Conundrum: Perceiving Location and Geographic Space Norms and Values

Amy Schmitz Weiss

China’s News Media Tweeting, Competing With US Sources

Joyce Y. M. Nip, Chao Sun

Book Review: The Power and the Story: The Global Battle for News and Information by John Lloyd, (2017) London: Atlantic Books

Dani Madrid-Morales

Twitter or Radio Revolutions? The Central Role of Açık Radyo in the Gezi Protests of 2013

Tiziano Bonini

The Russian Media Industry in Ten Years: Industrial Forecasts

Elena Vartanova, Andrei Vyrkovsky, Mikhail Makeenko, Sergey Smirnov

A Long-term View on the Business Model of Newspaper Publishing: International Comparison and Quantitative Modelling for Germany as Case in point

Castulus Kolo

The Aesthetics of Posthuman Experience: The Presence of Journalistic, Citizen-generated and Drone Imagery

Bolette Blaagaard

‘Ethnography as Negotiated Lived Experience’: Researching the Fluid and Multi-sited Uses of Digital Technologies in Journalism Practice

Hayes Mabweazara

Arab Citizen Journalism in Action: Challenging Mainstream Media, Authorities and Media Laws

Naila Hamdy

Book Review: Henry, Neil, American Carnival: Journalism Under Siege in an Age of New Media, 2007, Berkley, Los Angeles and London, University of California Press, ISBN 978-0- 520-24342-2

Mattias Hessérus

Online Methodology: Analysing News Flows of Online Journalism

Robert Kautsky, Andreas Widholm

Drifting Apart? European Journalists and their Audiences

Monika Metykova

User Generated Content in the Newsroom: Professional and Organisational Constraints on Participatory Journalism

Steve Paulussen, Pieter Ugille

Understanding Journalism as Newswork: How It Changes, and How It Remains the Same

Mark Deuze

 

Could Chinese News Channels Have a Future in Latin America?

Pablo Sebastian Morales

Multi-Platform Television and Business Models: A Babylonian Clutter of Definitions and Concepts

Sabine Baumann, Tim Hasenpusch

Too Much or Not Enough? Competition Law and Television Broadcasting Regulation in the United Kingdom

Paul Smith

What Women Want on television: Doreen Stephens and BBC television programmes for women, 1953–64

Mary Irwin

Chinese TV Changes Face: The Rise of Independents

Bonnie Liu

Digital Television Switchover: China Goes Its Own Way

Michael Starks

Welcome to the Sitcom School: A Globalized Outlook for the Study of Television History

Sharon Shahaf

Media History in a ‘Peripheric Modernity’: Television in Argentina 1951-1969

Mirta Varela

Watching Television in Australia: A Story of Innocence and Experience

Susan Bye

Trade Liberalisation and Australia’s Television Cultural Policy: Power and Interest in National Television Policy

Nick Herd

Global and Local Forces for a Nation-State Yet to be Born: The Paradoxes of Palestinian Television Policies

Helga Tawil-Souri

Television’s Liveness: A Lesson from the 1920s

Wendy Davis

What happens when I turn on the TV set?

Lars Nyre

A Small Chinese Town Television Station’s Struggle for Survival How a New Institutional Arrangement Came into Being

Sun Wusan

The Concept of ‘Local’ in Local Chinese Television: a Case Study of Southwest China’s Chongqing Television

Xin Zhang

EastEnders and the Manufacture of Celebrity

Anthony McNicholas

Low Conspiracy? – Government interference in the BBC1

Peter Goodwin

Reporting Africa: Problems and Perspectives

Suzanne Franks

‘Looking for a More Modern Life…’: the Role of Italian Television in the Albanian Migration to Italy

Nick Mai

 

China’s News Media Tweeting, Competing With US Sources

Joyce Y. M. Nip, Chao Sun

Localisation between Negotiating Forces: A Case Study of a Chinese Radio Station in the United States

Sheng Zou

Is Shanghai’s Sixth Tone a New Model for China’s Overseas Propaganda?

Vincent Ni

Book Review: Media Politics in China: Improvising Power under Authoritarianism by Maria Repnikova, (2017). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Paul Gardner

Rethinking Privacy and Freedom of Expression in the Digital Era: An Interview with Mark Andrejevic

Pinelopi Troullinou

Untold Stories

Irit Neidhardt

Ambiguities and Imperatives of Market Censorship: The Brief History of a Critical Concept

Sue Jansen

Censorship and Orwell’s Legacy Interview with Jean Seaton

Benedetta Brevini

Editorial

Benedetta Brevini, Katharina Nötzold

The Full Repertoire: News and Press Management vs. Media Watchdog

Rui Novais

Canadian Mines, Indigenous Communities and Accountability in Guatemala: What Role for the Media?

Cara Haberman

Justifying Self-censorship: A Perspective from Ethiopia

Terje Skjerdal

Political Interference on the Airwaves: The BBC Broadcasts to Portugal during the Second World War

Nelson Ribeiro

Book Review: Anine Kierulf & Helge Rønning (ed.) (2009). Freedom of Speech Abridged? Cultural, Legal and Philosophical Challenges. Nordicom. ISBN 978-91-89471-76-4

Lawrie Hallett

How Big Is the Cage? An Examination of Local Press Autonomy in China

Haiyan Wang

Book Review: David Edwards and David Cromwell – Media Lens Newspeak in the 21st Century Pluto Press, London, 2009, ISBN: 978-0-7453-2893-5

Lawrie Hallett

A Propaganda Model for Hollywood

Matthew Alford

A Political Economy of News Media in the People’s Republic of China

Jesse Hearns-Branaman

Is it Either Or? Professional Ideology vs. Corporate-media Constraints

Florian Zollmann

Market Manipulation? Applying the Propaganda Model to Financial Media Reporting

Peter Thompson

‘Smooth Operator?’ The Propaganda Model and Moments of Crisis

Des Freedman

The Propaganda Model: Theoretical and Methodological Considerations

Jeffery Klaehn

Manufacturing Consistency: Social Science, Rhetoric and Chomsky’s Critique

Alison Edgley

The Propaganda Model after 20 Years: Interview with Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky

Andrew Mullen

Editorial

Andrew Mullen

The 1940 Soviet Coup-d’État in the Estonian Communist Press: Constructing History to Reshape Collective Memory

Tiiu Kreegipuu, Epp Lauk

Extending and Refining the Propaganda Model

Colin Sparks

Constructing the Hero: Nationalistic News Narratives in Contemporary China

Peter Pugsley

Guiding Hand: The Role of the CCP Central Propaganda Department in the Current Era

Anne-Marie Brady

The ‘independent’ press and the fight for democracy in Zimbabwe: A critical analysis of the banned Daily News

Dumisani Moyo

Remnants of Empire? British media reporting on Zimbabwe

Wendy Willems

The African Paradigm: The Coverage of the Zimbabwean Crisis in the Norwegian Media

Nkosi Ndlela

Press Freedom, Professionalism and Proprietorship: Behind the Zimbabwean Media Divide

Winston Mano

Media games and shifting of spaces for political communication in Zimbabwe

Eric Mazango

The rise of patriotic journalism in Zimbabwe and its possible implications

Terence Ranger

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