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The Political Economies of Media : the Transformation of the Global Media Industries.

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Main Author: Winseck, Dwayne.
Other Names: Jin, Dal Yong.
Published: London : Bloomsbury, 2011.
Topics: Mass media - Economic aspects. | Mass media policy.
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245 14|aThe Political Economies of Media :|bthe Transformation of the Global Media Industries.
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505 0 |aCover; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; List of Contributors; Preface; Acknowledgments; Part One: Introductory Essay; Part Two: From the Singular to the Plural: Theorizing the Digital and Networked Media Industries in the Twenty-First Century; Part Three: The Conquest of Capital or Creative Gales of Destruction?; Part Four: Communication, Conventions, and "Crises"; Bibliography; Index.
520 |aSome advocates and more than a few critics have misconstrued the political economy of media as a unified field of inquiry. The authors from this volume, by contrast, draw from a more diverse stream of the schools of thought signified by this tradition: Neoclassical Economics, Radical Media Political Economy, Schumpeterian Institutional Political Economy, and the Cultural Industries School. The book as a whole is as alert to developments in our main objects of analysis -- media institutions, technologies, markets, uses and society - as it is to changes in the world around us, including current.
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