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The Resource The media & the public, edited by Casey Ripley, Jr

The media & the public, edited by Casey Ripley, Jr

Label
The media & the public
Title
The media & the public
Statement of responsibility
edited by Casey Ripley, Jr
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
no index present
LC call number
P96.P832
LC item number
U66 1994
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Ripley, Casey
Series statement
The reference shelf
Series volume
v. 66, no. 5
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  • Mass media and public opinion
  • Journalism
  • Public opinion
  • Mass media
  • Mass media
Label
The media & the public, edited by Casey Ripley, Jr
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-212)
Contents
Death of the fourth estate / James D. Squires -- Yesterday's papers / Dudley Clendinen -- The newspaper's identity crisis / Doug Underwood -- More is less / Lawrence W. Lichty and Douglas Gomery --Beyond broadcast journalism / Jon Katz -- The role of the media in shaping public policy / Charles Green -- The passing of the "high modernism" of American journalism / Daniel C. Hallin -- The idiot culture / Carl Bernstein -- Journalism and the public trust / Dan Rather -- Old news is good news / Bill Moyers -- The make-believe media / Michael Parenti -- The Gulf War as total television / Tom Engelhardt -- The Clarence Thomas hearings / William Boot -- You had to be there / Charles Oliver -- Naming names / Barbara Kantrowitz -- The plugged-in voter / Jon Katz --Gavel-to-gavel coverage / Elayne Rapping -- Covering the cops / Jon Katz -- The big sleaze / Krista Bradford -- Take a trip into the future on the electronic superhighway / Philip Elmer-Dewitt -- When the revolution comes, what will happen to / Richard Zoglin -- Preparing for the challenges of the new media / Arthur J. Cordell -- Shaping a new media policy / Leo Bogart -- Can news survive in an age of information? / Everette E. Dennis
Control code
30671146
Dimensions
19 cm
Extent
219 p.
Isbn
9780824208561
Lccn
94019621 //r95
Label
The media & the public, edited by Casey Ripley, Jr
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-212)
Contents
Death of the fourth estate / James D. Squires -- Yesterday's papers / Dudley Clendinen -- The newspaper's identity crisis / Doug Underwood -- More is less / Lawrence W. Lichty and Douglas Gomery --Beyond broadcast journalism / Jon Katz -- The role of the media in shaping public policy / Charles Green -- The passing of the "high modernism" of American journalism / Daniel C. Hallin -- The idiot culture / Carl Bernstein -- Journalism and the public trust / Dan Rather -- Old news is good news / Bill Moyers -- The make-believe media / Michael Parenti -- The Gulf War as total television / Tom Engelhardt -- The Clarence Thomas hearings / William Boot -- You had to be there / Charles Oliver -- Naming names / Barbara Kantrowitz -- The plugged-in voter / Jon Katz --Gavel-to-gavel coverage / Elayne Rapping -- Covering the cops / Jon Katz -- The big sleaze / Krista Bradford -- Take a trip into the future on the electronic superhighway / Philip Elmer-Dewitt -- When the revolution comes, what will happen to / Richard Zoglin -- Preparing for the challenges of the new media / Arthur J. Cordell -- Shaping a new media policy / Leo Bogart -- Can news survive in an age of information? / Everette E. Dennis
Control code
30671146
Dimensions
19 cm
Extent
219 p.
Isbn
9780824208561
Lccn
94019621 //r95

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