|Title||Handbook of global media research|
|Imprint||Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley-Blackwell, 2012|
|Descript||xvi, 554 p. : ill. ; 26 cm|
Part I: History of Transnational Media Research. Comparative Research and the History of Communication Studies / John D.H. Downing ; Global Media Research and Global Ambitions: The Case of UNESCO / Cees J. Hamelink ; Global Media Research: Can We Know Global Audiences? A View from a BBC Perspective / Graham Mytton. -- Part II Re-conceptualizing Research across Globalized Network Cultures. Media and Hegemonic Populism: Representing the Rise of the Rest / Jan Nederveen Pieterse ; Digitization and Knowledge Systems of the Powerful and the Powerless / Saskia Sassen ; Media Cultures in a Global Age: A Transcultural Approach to an Expanded Spectrum / Nick Couldry and Andreas Hepp ; Deconstructing the "Methodological Paradox": Comparative Research between National Centrality and Networked Spaces / Ingrid Volkmer ; Footprints of the Global South: Venesat-1 and RascomQAF/1R as Counter-hegemonic Satellites / Lisa Parks ; Securitization and Legitimacy in Global Media Governance: Spaces, Jurisdictions, and Tensions / Katharine Sarikakis ; Emerging Transnational News Spheres in Global Crisis Reporting: A Research Agenda / Maria Hellman and Kristina Riegert ; The "Global Public Sphere": A Critical Reappraisal / Kai Hafez. -- Part III: Supra- and Sub-national Spheres: Researching Transnational Spaces. Middle East Media Research: Problems and Approaches / Dina Matar and Ehab Bessaiso ; Media Industries and Policy in Digital Times: A Latin American Perspective of Notes and Methods / Rodrigo Gómez García ; Methodological Pluralism: Interrogating Ethnic Identity and Diaspora Issues in Southeast Asia / Umi Khattab ; "Citizen Access to Information": Capturing the Evidence across Zambia, Ghana, and Kenya / Gerry Power, Samia Khatun, and Klara Debeljak ; India and a New Cartography of Global Communication / Daya Kishan Thussu ; What Is Governance? Citizens’ Perspectives on Governance in Sierra Leone and Tanzania / Vipul Khosla and Kavita Abraham Dowsing ; Forced Migrants, New Media Practices, and the Creation of Locality / Saskia Witteborn. -- Part IV: Identifying Spheres of Comparison in Globalized Contexts. Researching the News Agencies / Oliver Boyd-Barrett ; Global Internets: Media Research in the New World / Gerard Goggin ; Media, Diaspora, and the Transnational Context: Cosmopolitanizing Cross-National Comparative Research? / Myria Georgiou ; Post-colonial Interventions on Media, Audiences, and National Politics / Ramaswami Harindranath ; Media Research and Satellite Cultures: Comparative Research among Arab Communities in Europe / Christina Slade and Ingrid Volkmer ; Stardust in the Audience’s Eyes: Weddings as Media Events in Visual Media and the Construction of Gender / Eva Flicker. -- Part V: Comparative Research and Contexts of Challenges. Lost, Found, and Made: Qualitative Data in the Study of Three-Step Flows of Communication / Klaus Bruhn Jensen ; Finding Yourself in the Past, the Present, the Local, and the Global: Potentialities of Mediated Cosmopolitanism as a Research Methodology / Ruth Teer-Tomaselli and Lauren Dyll-Myklebust ; Europe: A Laboratory for Comparative Communication Research / Claes H. de Vreese and Rens Vliegenthart ; The Global-Local in News Production Tales from the Field in the "Shoes" of Journalists / Lisbeth Clausen ; "Africa Talks Climate": Comparing Audience Understandings of Climate Change in Ten African Countries / Anna Godfrey, Miriam Burton, and Emily LeRoux-Rutledge ; Organizing and Managing Comparative Research Projects across Nations: Models and Challenges of Coordinated Collaboration / Frank Esser and Thomas Hanitzsch ; Benefits and Pitfalls of Comparative Research on News: Production, Content, and Audiences / Akiba A. Cohen.
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