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Paul Hodkinson's bestseller is back, once again exploring the concepts and complexities of the media in an accessible, balanced and engaging style. Additions to the Second Edition include:. Combining a critical survey of the field with a finely judged assessment of cutting-edge developments, this Second Edition cements its reputation as the must-have text for any undergraduate student studying media, culture and society. Should you need additional information or have questions regarding the HEOA information provided for this title, including what is new to this edition, please email sageheoa sagepub. Please include your name, contact information, and the name of the title for which you would like more information. For assistance with your order: Please email us at textsales sagepub.
Start reading Media, Culture and Society for free online and get access to an unlimited 'In his beautifully balanced, clear and broad-ranging account of a fast-changing field, Paul Hodkinson has Introduction to Communication Studies.
The text is organized into three distinctive parts, which fall neatly into research and teaching requirements: Elements of the Media which covers media technologies, the organization of the media industry, media content and media users ; Media, Power and Control which addresses questions of the media and manipulation, the construction of news, public service broadcasting, censorship, commercialization ; and Media, Identity and Culture which covers issues of the media and ethnicity, gender, subcultures, audiences and fans. The book is notable for:. The book is notable for: Logical and coherent organization Clarity of expression. Hodkinson has succeeded in writing a book which makes a distinctive and engaging contribution to the literature; it is a work which combines scholarship and imagination. The book is carefully organised and sets an agenda which will be useful to students in a wide variety of contexts.
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It has great a structure, contextualizes key theoretical interventions and weaves them together well with topical discussions. Paul Hodkinson's bestseller is back, once again exploring the concepts and complexities of the media in an accessible, balanced, and engaging style. Additions to the second edition include:. Combining a critical survey of the field with a finely judged assessment of cutting-edge developments, this second edition cements its reputation as the 'must have' text for any undergraduate student studying media, culture and society. Read more Read less. PLUS, free expedited delivery. See more.
Praise for the first edition: In his beautifully balanced, clear and broad-ranging account of a fast-changing field, Paul Hodkinson has successfully brought together myriad perspectives with which to critically analyse today's media culture and media society. This is a highly useful book for those teaching and studying media. It provides comprehensive accounts of classic approaches to media and culture, but also recent theorists and research. Artfully, it feels fresh but grounded. It is one I thoroughly endorse. Introductory texts are notoriously difficult to write; they have to be accessible, engaging, well organised and well written. Paul Hodkinson has succeeded in writing a book which makes a distinctive and engaging contribution to the literature; it is a work which combines scholarship and imagination.