Politics and the media : harlots and prerogatives at the turn of the millennium / edited by Jean Seaton.Material type: TextSeries: "Political quarterly" special issuePublication details: Oxford : Blackwell Publishers, 1998. ISBN: 0631209417DDC classification: 320.94109049 LOC classification: GE170.G74 1997
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Introduction / Jean Seaton -- Members and Millbank: the Media and Parliament / Peter Riddell -- Inside the Whale: the Media from Parliament / Tony Wright -- Themes and Threnodies in Contemporary Satire / Martin Rowson -- Broadcasting Policy and the Digital Revolution / Andrew Graham -- Are the Broadsheets becoming Unhinged? / Colin Seymour-Ure -- Scottish Devolution and the Media / Philip Schlesinger -- Dumbing Down or Reaching Out: Is it Tabloidisation wot done it? / Steven Barnett -- Monarchy and the Message / Ben Pimlott -- Judging the Media: Impartiality and Broadcasting / Eric Barendt -- A Fresh Look at Freedom of Speech / Jean Seaton.
How can the ever-expanding impact of the media be controlled? In this up-to-the-minute book, a group of Britain's best-known journalists and media analysts tackles one of the most testing issues facing the nation in the next century. Each essay focuses on the central role of newspapers, broadcasting and information technology in our political life. The book will be essential reading for students of the media and politics, as well as for journalists, politicians and all those concerned about the fast-changing role of mass communications in our democracy.
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