Media Studies Volume 2 + 4 bundle


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Media Studies Volume 2
Policy Management and Media Representation
2nd edition (Revised Reprint)


In the second volume of the four-part textbook series on Media Studies the emphasis is again on the relationship between media and society. While further exploring media as an institution, this volume also introduces the topics of media regulation and content.  

Volume 2 is guided in part by the question: How do we control and manage the media? Communications policy is explained, with overviews of how the Southern African media is externally and internally regulated to ensure a well-organised and disciplined modern media system. Strategic ways of managing the media are discussed.  

The book deals with the concept of media representation: How does the media reflect and represent reality or its aspects? Is the news that is presented an accurate portrayal of reality? How does the media deal with identity, race, gender, sexual orientation, the environment, AIDS, violence and terrorism?   This section thus critically analyses questions about how the media depicts people, topics, organisations and issues.

 


Media Studies Volume 4:
Social (New) Media and Mediated Communication Today
Volume 4


Media Studies Volume 4, developed by its expert authors will deal with media theory and research in the context of how social (new) media and the convergence and digitisation of the media have changed and affected mediated communication today. Practical examples, case studies, applications, learning outcomes and exercises will be part of the book. This is the final volume in the Juta Media Studies series.

Media Studies Volume 2


Part 1: Media Policy
Chapter 1: The nature of media and communications policy
Chapter 2: External media regulation in South Africa
Chapter 3: Internal media regulation in South Africa
Part 2: Media Management
Chapter 4: Media and communication markets
Chapter 5: Strategic media management
Part 3: Representation
Chapter 6: Representation defined
Chapter 7: News as representation
Chapter 8: Media and the construction of identity
Chapter 9: Media and race
Chapter 10: Gender and the media
Chapter 11: Media and sexual orientation: the portrayal of gays and lesbians
Chapter 12: Media and the environment
Chapter 13: Media and HIV/AIDS
Chapter 14: Media and violence
Chapter 15: Media and terrorism

 

Media Studies Volume 4


Chapter 1: Social media and mediated communication in postmodern society
Chapter 2: what are the social media? Introductory definitions
Chapter 3: Researching audiences in the age of social media
Chapter 4 Social media and globalisation
Chapter 5: Thinking about the public sphere
Chapter 6: Identity 2.0: Negotiating identity and the politics of belonging in cyberspace
Chapter 7: Social media in Africa
Chapter 8: Social Media: Freedom of expression, media regulation and policy
Chapter 9: The impact of the social media on journalism
Chapter 10: Journalism and new (social) media in South Africa
Chapter 11: The ethics of social media in South African journalism
Chapter 12: Using Social media for branding
Chapter 13: Participation in the digital age: - Public self-expression and public identity ‘work’

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Media Studies Volume 2
Policy Management and Media Representation
2nd edition (Revised Reprint)


In the second volume of the four-part textbook series on Media Studies the emphasis is again on the relationship between media and society. While further exploring media as an institution, this volume also introduces the topics of media regulation and content.  

Volume 2 is guided in part by the question: How do we control and manage the media? Communications policy is explained, with overviews of how the Southern African media is externally and internally regulated to ensure a well-organised and disciplined modern media system. Strategic ways of managing the media are discussed.  

The book deals with the concept of media representation: How does the media reflect and represent reality or its aspects? Is the news that is presented an accurate portrayal of reality? How does the media deal with identity, race, gender, sexual orientation, the environment, AIDS, violence and terrorism?   This section thus critically analyses questions about how the media depicts people, topics, organisations and issues.

 


Media Studies Volume 4:
Social (New) Media and Mediated Communication Today
Volume 4


Media Studies Volume 4, developed by its expert authors will deal with media theory and research in the context of how social (new) media and the convergence and digitisation of the media have changed and affected mediated communication today. Practical examples, case studies, applications, learning outcomes and exercises will be part of the book. This is the final volume in the Juta Media Studies series.

Media Studies Volume 2


Part 1: Media Policy
Chapter 1: The nature of media and communications policy
Chapter 2: External media regulation in South Africa
Chapter 3: Internal media regulation in South Africa
Part 2: Media Management
Chapter 4: Media and communication markets
Chapter 5: Strategic media management
Part 3: Representation
Chapter 6: Representation defined
Chapter 7: News as representation
Chapter 8: Media and the construction of identity
Chapter 9: Media and race
Chapter 10: Gender and the media
Chapter 11: Media and sexual orientation: the portrayal of gays and lesbians
Chapter 12: Media and the environment
Chapter 13: Media and HIV/AIDS
Chapter 14: Media and violence
Chapter 15: Media and terrorism

 

Media Studies Volume 4


Chapter 1: Social media and mediated communication in postmodern society
Chapter 2: what are the social media? Introductory definitions
Chapter 3: Researching audiences in the age of social media
Chapter 4 Social media and globalisation
Chapter 5: Thinking about the public sphere
Chapter 6: Identity 2.0: Negotiating identity and the politics of belonging in cyberspace
Chapter 7: Social media in Africa
Chapter 8: Social Media: Freedom of expression, media regulation and policy
Chapter 9: The impact of the social media on journalism
Chapter 10: Journalism and new (social) media in South Africa
Chapter 11: The ethics of social media in South African journalism
Chapter 12: Using Social media for branding
Chapter 13: Participation in the digital age: - Public self-expression and public identity ‘work’

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