Mediating the message: theories of influences on mass media content

Longman, 1996 - 313 Seiten
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It is the hope of the authors that this book will bridge the 'credibility gap' between firsthand experience and the mediated version. Today, questions relating to the media and social change are more important than ever and we hope that this book will provide a framework within which issues like this can be understood. Our emphasis on the news media makes this book most at home in a journalism and mass communication course.

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Don't even get me started on the importance of this book to media scholars and practitioners. Do you know why journalists do the things they do when they do them? Read this book! Vollständige Rezension lesen



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Über den Autor (1996)

Pamela Shoemaker (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, 1982) is the John Ben Snow Professor, an endowed research chair at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. She is the author of "Gatekeeping" (Sage, 1991) and "Mediating the Message: Theories of Influences on Mass Media Content" (with Stephen D. Reese, Longman Publishers, 1996). As an internationally known scholar, Pamela is a past president (1995-1996) of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (AEJMe and serves or has served on the editorial boards of many major journals in the mass communications field.

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