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The Media And Cultural Production

P. E. Louw
Published 2001 · Political Science

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The Struggle for Power and the Struggle for Meaning Sites for Making Meaning I The Culture Industry Sites for Making Meaning II The Regulatory Framework Sites for Making Meaning III Commercialization and the 'Death of the Public Sphere' Striving for Discursive Closure The Struggle for Hegemony Moving to an Informational Economy The New Rules of the Power Game in Global Network Capitalism Circulating Meaning I Making News Circulating Meaning II The Public Relations-izing of War Circulating Meaning III Making Sense of Distant Places The Limits of Power Resisting Dominant Meanings
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