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Title: Freedom, civility, commerce: contemporary media and the public
Authors: Muralidharan, Sukumar
Keywords: Print media
Social media
Issue Date: Dec-2018
Publisher: Three Essays Collective
Citation: Muralidharan, Sukumar.(2018). Freedom, civility, commerce: contemporary media and the public. Three Essays Collective Publisher, pp.492.
Abstract: This is among the most comprehensive studies on the media published in recent times. It traverses a vast domain, from the philosophical foundations of free speech, to theories of media functioning and the practice of journalism, and from the early years of print media to television, the internet and social media. It is situated in a wider political context, particularly in the manner it addresses nationalism, global politics and the rise of corporate power in media. This book explores a variety of currently debated themes: The right to free speech; The media as an industry; Its regulation as a public utility; The ethics of journalism, and Its future as part of the democratic discourse.
ISBN: 9789383968237
Appears in Collections:JGU Research Publications

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