Table of contents for The SAGE handbook of media studies / edited by John D. H. Downing, Denis McQuail, Philip Schlesinger, Ellen Wartella.


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Overview of the Handbook	000
Denis McQuail
PART I: PROLEGOMENA
1 Ethical and Normative Perspectives	000
Clifford Christians
2 Alternative Media: The Long and Winding Road	000
Alfonso Gumucio-Dagron
3 Globalization, Supranational Institutions, and Media	000
John Sinclair
4 Society, Culture, and Media: Thinking Comparatively	000
Annabelle Sreberny
5 Approaches to Media Texts	000
Ruth Wodak and Brigitta Busch
6 Technology	000
Sandra Braman
7 Digital Media	000
Jan van Dijk
PART II: AUDIENCES, USERS AND EFFECTS
8 Audience and Readership Research	000
Jenny Kitzinger
9 20th Century Media Effects Research	000
Daniel G. McDonald
10 Psychology of Media Use	000
Tannis M. MacBeth
11 Contemporary Television Audiences: Publics, Markets, Communities and Fans	000
Virginia Nightingale
12 A Concise History of Media and Cultural Studies in Three Scripts: Advocacy, Autobiography, and the Chronicle	000
Joke Hermes
13 East Asian Modernities and the Formation of Media and Cultural Studies	000
Myungkoo Kang
PART III: ECONOMY AND POWER
14 Media Economics	000
Alan B. Albarran
15 The Political Economy of Communications	000
Janet Wasko
16 Government, the State, and Media	000
Erik Neveu
17 Media, Public Opinion, and Political Action	000
Holli A. Semetko
18 Media and the Reinvention of the Nation	000
Silvio Waisbord
19 News Media Production: Individuals, Organizations, and Institutions	000
D. Charles Whitney, Randall S. Sumpter, and Denis McQuail
PART IV: SPECIFIC AREAS OF MEDIA RESEARCH
20 Narrative and Genre	000
Horace Newcomb
21 Sound Exchange: Media and Music Cultures	000
Nabeel Zuberi
22 Advertising: a Synthetic Approach	000
Todd Joseph Miles Holden
23 Broadcasting, Cable, and Satellites	000
Michele Hilmes
24 Hollywood	000
Thomas Schatz and Alisa Perren
25 Bollywood and Indian Cinema: Changing Contexts and Articulations of National Cultural Desire	000
Veena Naregal
26 Media Violence and Sex: What Are the Concerns, Issues, and Effects?	000
 Stacy L. Smith, Emily J. Moyer, and Edward Donnerstein




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