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Today's media landscape is changing faster than ever, and students are experiencing these developments firsthand. Media & Culture pulls back the curtain on the media and shows students what all these new trends and developments really mean — giving students the deeper insight and context they need to become informed media critics. The 2013 Update also includes the must-cover events and trends students need to know to become informed media consumers and critics — from social media's influence on political events like the Occupy Wall Street movement and the Arab Spring revolutions and what the News Corp. phone-hacking scandal means for journalism to the continued growth of television streaming and apps and the advent of tablet-only newspapers. Read the preface.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781457604911
  • Publisher: Bedford/St. Martin's
  • Publication date: 2/21/2012
  • Edition description: Eighth Edition
  • Edition number: 8
  • Pages: 608
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

PART 1: MASS MEDIA AND THE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE
 
Chapter 1: Mass Communication: A Critical Approach
 
CULTURE AND THE EVOLUTION OF MASS COMMUNICATION
Oral and Written Eras in Communication
The Print Revolution
The Electronic and Digital Eras
   The Electronic Age
   The Digital Age
Media Convergence in the Digital Era
   The Dual Roles of Media Convergence
   Media Businesses in a Converged World
 
MASS MEDIA AND THE PROCESS OF COMMUNICATION
The Evolution of a New Mass Medium
The Linear Model of Mass Communication
A Cultural Model for Understanding Mass Communication
Stories: The Foundation of Media
The Power of Media in Everyday Life
 
SURVEYING THE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE
Culture as a Skyscraper
   An Inability to Appreciate Fine Art
   Exploiting High Culture
   A Throw-Away Ethic
   A Diminished Audience for High Culture
   Corrupting Political Discourse and Blocking Social Change
Culture as a Matrix
   The Comfort of Familiar Stories
   Innovation and the Attraction of "What's New"
   A Wide Range of Messages
   Challenging the Nostalgia for a Better Past
Cultural Values of the Modern Period
   Working Efficiently
   Celebrating the Individual
   Believing in a Rational Order
   Rejecting Tradition/Embracing Progress
Shifting Values in Postmodern Culture
   Celebrating Populism
   Recycling Culture
   Questioning Science and Revering Nostalgia
   Acknowledging Paradox
 
CRITIQUING MEDIA AND CULTURE
Media Literacy and the Critical Process
Benefits of a Critical Perspective 
 
Chapter 2: The Internet, Digital Media, and Media Convergence
 
THE EVOLUTION OF THE INTERNET
The Birth of the Internet
The Net Widens
Web 1.0: The World Begins to Browse
The Commercial Structure of the Web
   Internet Service Providers
   Web Browsing
   E-mail
   Directories and Search Engines
Web 2.0
   Social Media
   Instant Messaging and Texting
   Blogs
   Wiki Web Sites
 
THE INTERNET TODAY: FROM MEDIA CONVERGENCE TO WEB 3.0
Media Convergence
   Media Converges on our PCs
   Smartphones and Touchscreen Technology
Web 3.0
The Next Era: Faster and Wider Access
 
VIDEO GAMES AND INTERACTIVE ENVIRONMENTS
Online Gaming
   MMORPGs and Virtual Worlds
   Consoles, Handheld Devices and Convergence
The Economics and Effects of Gaming
The Future of Gaming Technology
 
THE ECONOMICS AND ISSUES OF THE INTERNET
Ownership: Dividing up the Web
   Google
   Microsoft
   Yahoo!
   Facebook
Targeted Advertising and Data Mining
Security: The Challenge to Keep Personal Information Private
   Government Surveillance
   Online Fraud
Appropriateness: What Should Be Online?
Access: The Fight to Prevent a Digital Divide
Alternative Voices
   Open-Source Software
   Digital Archiving
 
THE INTERNET AND DEMOCRACY 
 
PART 2: SOUND AND IMAGES
 
Chapter 3: Sound Recording and Popular Music
 
THE DEVELOPMENT OF SOUND RECORDING
From Cylinders to Disks: Sound Recording Becomes a Mass Medium
Sound Recording and Popular Music
From Phonographs to CDs: Analog Goes Digital
Convergence: Sound Recording in the Internet Age
   MP3s and File Sharing
   The Future: Music in the Stream, Music in the Cloud
The Rocky Relationship between Records and Radio
 
U.S. POPULAR MUSIC AND THE FORMATION OF ROCK
The Rise of Pop Music
Rock and Roll Is Here to Stay
   Blues and R&B: The Foundation of Rock and Roll
   Youth Culture Cements Rock and Roll's Place
   Racial Integration Expands Rock and Roll
Rock Muddies the Waters
   High and Low Culture
   Masculinity and Femininity
   The Country and the City
   The North and the South
   The Sacred and the Secular
Battles in Rock and Roll
   White Cover Music Undermines Black Artists
   Payola Scandals Tarnish Rock and Roll
   Fears of Corruption Lead to Censorship
 
A CHANGING INDUSTRY: REFORMATIONS IN POPULAR MUSIC
The British Are Coming!
Motor City Music: Detroit Gives America Soul
Folk and Psychedelic Music Reflect the Times
Folk Inspires Protest
   Rock Turns Psychedelic
Punk, Grunge, and Alternative Respond to Mainstream Rock
   Punk Revives Rock's Rebelliousness
   Grunge and Alternative Reinterpret Rock
Hip-Hop Redraws Musical Lines
The Reemergence of Pop
 
THE BUSINESS OF SOUND RECORDING
Music Labels Influence the Industry
   Fewer Major Labels Control More Music
   The Indies Spot the Trends
Making, Selling, and Profiting from Music
   Making the Music
   Selling the Music
   Dividing the Profits
Alternative Voices
   Independent Record Labels
   The Internet and Promoting Music
 
SOUND RECORDING, FREE EXPRESSION, AND DEMOCRACY
 
Chapter 4: Popular Radio and the Origins of Broadcasting
 
EARLY TECHNOLOGY AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF RADIO
Maxwell and Hertz Discover Radio Waves
Marconi and the Inventors of Wireless Telegraphy
Wireless Telephony: De Forest and Fessenden
Regulating a New Medium
   Radio Waves as a Natural Resource
   The Impact of World War I
   The Formation of RCA
 
THE EVOLUTION OF RADIO
The RCA Partnership Unravels
Sarnoff and NBC: Building the "Blue" and "Red" Networks
Government Scrutiny Ends RCA-NBC Monopoly
CBS and Paley: Challenging NBC
Bringing Order to Chaos with the Radio Act of 1927
The Golden Age of Radio
   Early Radio Programming
   Radio Programming as a Cultural Mirror
   The Authority of Radio
 
RADIO REINVENTS ITSELF
Transistors Make Radio Portable
The FM Revolution and Edwin Armstrong
The Rise of Format and Top 40 Radio
Resisting the Top 40
 
THE SOUNDS OF COMMERCIAL RADIO
Format Specialization
   News, Talk, and Information Radio
   Music Formats
Nonprofit Radio and NPR
   The Early Years of Nonprofit Radio
   Creation of the First Noncommercial Networks
New Radio Technologies Offer More Stations
   Satellite Radio
   HD Radio
Radio and Convergence
   Internet Radio
   Podcasting and Portable Listening
 
THE ECONOMICS OF BROADCAST RADIO
Local and National Advertising
Manipulating Playlists with Payola
Radio Ownership: From Diversity to Consolidation
Alternative Voices
 
RADIO AND THE DEMOCRACY OF THE AIRWAVES 
 
Chapter 5: Television & Cable: The Power of Visual Culture
 
THE ORIGINS AND DEVELOPMENT OF TELEVISION
Early Innovations in TV Technology
   Electronic Technology: Zworykin and Farnsworth
   Setting Technical Standards
   Assigning Frequencies and Freezing TV Licenses
   The Introduction of Color Television
Controlling Content — TV Grows Up
   Program Format Changes Inhibit Sponsorship
   The Rise and Fall of Quiz-Shows
   The Quiz-Show Scandal Hurts the Promise of TV
 
THE DEVELOPMENT OF CABLE
CATV—Community Antenna Television
The Wires and Satellites behind Cable Television
Cable Threatens Broadcasting
Cable Services
   Basic Cable Services
   Premium Cable Services
DBS: Cable without Wires
 
MAJOR PROGRAMMING TRENDS
TV Entertainment: Our Comic Culture
   Sketch Comedy
   Situation Comedy
   Domestic Comedy
TV Entertainment: Our Dramatic Culture
   Anthology Drama
   Episodic Series
TV Information: Our Daily News Culture
   NBC News
   CBS News
   ABC NewsCable News Changes the Game
Reality TV and Other Enduring Trends
Public Television Struggles to Find its Place
 
REGULATORY CHALLENGES TO TELEVISION AND CABLE
Government Regulations Temporarily Restrict Network Control
Balancing Cable’s Growth against Broadcasters’ Interests
   Must-Carry Rules
   Access-Channel Mandates
   Cable’s Role: Electronic Publisher or Common Carrier?
Franchising Frenzy
The Telecommunications Act of 1996
 
TECHNOLOGY AND THIRD SCREENS CHANGE VIEWING HABITS
Home Video
Convergence: TV and the Internet—the Third Screen
Fourth Screens? Smart Phones and Mobile Video
 
THE ECONOMICS AND OWNERSHIP OF TELEVISION AND CABLE
Production
Distribution
Syndication Keeps Shows Going and Going . . .
   Types of Syndication
   Barter vs. Cash Deals
Measuring Television Viewing
   Calculating Ratings and Shares
   Impact of Ratings and Shares on Programming
   Assessing Today's Markets
The Major Programming Corporations
   The Major Broadcast Networks
   Major Cable and DBS Companies
   The Effects of Consolidation
Alternative Voices
 
TELEVISION, CABLE, AND DEMOCRACY 
 
Chapter 6: Movies and the Impact of Images
 
EARLY TECHNOLOGY AND THE EVOLUTION OF MOVIES
The Development of Film
   Muybridge and Goodwin Make Pictures Move
   Edison and the Lumières Create Motion Pictures
The Introduction of Narrative
The Arrival of Nickelodeons
 
THE RISE OF THE HOLLYWOOD STUDIO SYSTEM
Production
Distribution
Exhibition
 
THE STUDIO SYSTEM’S GOLDEN AGE
Hollywood Narrative and the Silent Era
The Introduction of Sound
The Development of the Hollywood Style
   Hollywood Narratives
   Hollywood Genres
   Hollywood "Authors"
Outside the Hollywood System
   Global Cinema
   The Documentary Tradition
   The Rise of Independent Films
 
THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE STUDIO SYSTEM
The Hollywood Ten
The Paramount Decision
Moving to the Suburbs
Television Changes Hollywood
Hollywood Adapts to Home Entertainment
 
THE ECONOMICS OF THE MOVIE BUSINESS
Production, Distribution, and Exhibition Today
   Making Money on Movies Today
   Theater Chains Consolidate Exhibition
The Major Studio Players
Convergence: Movies Adjust to the Internet Age
Alternative Voices
 
POPULAR MOVIES AND DEMOCRACY
 
PART 3: WORDS ANF PICTURES
 
Chapter 7: Newspapers: The Rise and Decline of Modern Journalism
 
THE EVOLUTION OF AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS
Colonial Newspapers and the Partisan Press
The Penny Press Era: Newspapers Become Mass Media
   Day and the New York Sun
   Bennett and the New York Morning Herald
   Changing Economics and the Founding of the Associated Press
The Age of Yellow Journalism: Sensationalism and Investigation
   Pulitzer and the New York World
   Hearst and the New York Journal
 
COMPETING MODELS OF MODERN PRINT JOURNALISM
"Objectivity" in Modern Journalism
   Ochs and the New York Times
   "Just the Facts, Please"
Interpretive Journalism
   The Promise of Interpretive Journalism
   Broadcast News Embraces Interpretive Journalism
Literary Forms of Journalism
   Journalism as an Art Form
   The Attack on Journalistic Objectivity
Contemporary Journalism in the TV and Internet Age
   USA Today Colors the Print Landscape
   Online Journalism Redefines News
 
THE BUSINESS AND OWNERSHIP OF NEWSPAPERS
Consensus vs. Conflict: Newspapers Play Different Roles
Newspapers Target Specific Readers
   African American Newspapers
   Spanish-Language Newspapers
   Asian American Newspapers
   Native American Newspapers
   The Underground Press
Newspaper Operations
   News and Editorial Responsibilities
   Wire Services and Feature Syndication
Newspaper Ownership: Chains Lose Their Grip
Joint Operating Agreements Combat Declining Competition
 
CHALLENGES FACING NEWSPAPERS TODAY
Readership Declines in the United States
Going Local: How Small and Campus Papers Retain Readers
Convergence: Newspapers Struggle in the Move to Digital
Blogs Challenge Newspapers' Authority Online
New Models for Journalism
Alternative Voices
 
NEWSPAPERS AND DEMOCRACY 
 
Chapter 8: Magazines in the Age of Specialization
 
THE EARLY HISTORY OF MAGAZINES
The First Magazines
Magazines in Colonial America
U.S. Magazines in the Nineteenth Century
National, Women’s and Illustrated Magazines
 
THE DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN AMERICAN MAGAZINES
Social Reform and Muckrakers
The Rise of General-Interest Magazines
   Saturday Evening Post
   Reader’s Digest
   Time
   Life
The Fall of General-Interest Magazines
   TV Guide Is Born
   Saturday Evening Post, Life and Look Expire
   People Puts Life Back into Magazines
Convergence: Magazines Confront the Digital Age
   Magazines Move Online
   Paperless: Magazines Embrace Digital Content
 
THE DOMINATION OF SPECIALIZATION
Men’s and Women’s Magazines
Sports, Entertainment, and Leisure Magazines
Magazines for the Ages
Elite Magazines
Minority Targeted Magazines
Supermarket Tabloids
 
THE ORGANIZATION AND ECONOMICS OF MAGAZINES
Magazine Departments and Duties
   Editorial and Production
   Advertising and Sales
   Circulation and Distribution
Major Magazine Chains
Alternative Voices
 
MAGAZINES IN A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY
 
Chapter 9: Books and the Power of Print
 
THE HISTORY OF BOOKS FROM PAPYRUS TO PAPERBACKS
The Development of Manuscript Culture
The Innovations of Block-Printing and Movable Type
The Gutenberg Revolution: The Invention of the Printing Press
The Birth of Publishing in the United States
 
MODERN PUBLISHING AND THE BOOK INDUSTRY
The Formation of Publishing Houses
Types of Books
   Trade Books
   Professional Books
   Textbooks
   Mass Market Paperbacks
   Religious Books
   Reference Books
   University Press Books
 
TRENDS AND ISSUES IN BOOK PUBLISHING
Influences of Television and Film
Audio Books
Convergence: Books in the Digital Age
   Print Books Move Online
   The Future of E-books
Preserving and Digitizing Books
Censorship and Banned Books
 
THE ORGANIZATION AND OWNERSHIP OF THE BOOK INDUSTRY
Ownership Patterns
The Structure of Book Publishing
Selling Books, Stores, Clubs, and Mail Order
   Bookstores
   Online Bookstores
   Book Clubs and Mail Order
   Alternative Voices
 
BOOKS AND THE FUTURE OF DEMOCRACY 
 
PART 4: THE BUSINESS OF MASS MEDIA
 
Chapter 10: Advertising and Commercial Culture
 
EARLY DEVELOPMENTS IN AMERICAN ADVERTISING
The First Advertising Agencies
Advertising in the 1800s
   Trademarks and Packaging
   Patent Medicines and Department Stores
   Advertising’s Impact on Newspapers
Promoting Social Change and Dictating Values
   Appealing to Female Consumers
   Dealing with Criticism
Early Ad Regulation
 
THE SHAPE OF U.S. ADVERTISING TODAY
The Influence of Visual Design
Types of Advertising Agencies
   Mega-Agencies
   Boutique Agencies
The Structure of Ad Agencies
   Account Planning, Market Research, and VALS
   Creative Development
   Media Coordination: Planning and Placing Advertising
   Account and Client Management
Trends in Online Advertising
   Online Advertising Challenges Traditional Media
   Online Marketers Target Individuals
   Advertising Invades Social Media
 
PERSUASIVE TECHNIQUES IN CONTEMPORARY ADVERTISING
Conventional Persuasive Strategies
The Association Principle
    Disassociation as an Advertising Strategy
Advertising as Myth
Product Placement
 
COMMERCIAL SPEECH AND REGULATING ADVERTISING
Critical Issues in Advertising
   Children and Advertising
   Advertising in Schools
   Health and Advertising
Watching Over Advertising
   Excessive Commercialism
   The FTC Takes on Puffery and Deception
Alternative Voices
 
ADVERTISING, POLITICS, AND DEMOCRACY
Advertising’s Role in Politics
The Future of Advertising 
 
Chapter 11: Public Relations and Framing Message
 
EARLY DEVELOPMENTS IN PUBLIC RELATIONS
P.T. Barnum and Buffalo Bill
Big Business and Press Agents
The Birth of Modern Public Relations
   Ivy Ledbetter Lee
   Edward Bernays
 
THE PRACTICE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS
Approaches to Organized Public Relations
Performing Public Relations
   Research: Formulating the Message
   Conveying the Message
   Media Relations
   Special Events and Pseudo-Events
   Community and Consumer Relations
   Government Relations and Lobbying
Public Relations Adapts to the Internet Age
Public Relations during a Crisis
 
TENSIONS BETWEEN PUBLIC RELATIONS AND THE PRESS
Elements of Professional Friction
   Undermining Facts and Blocking Access
   Promoting Publicity and Business as News
Shaping the Image of Public Relations
Alternative Voices
 
PUBLIC RELATIONS AND DEMOCRACY
 
Chapter 12: Media Economics and the Global Marketplace
 
ANALYZING THE MEDIA ECONOMY
The Structure of the Media Industry
The Performance of Media Organizations
   Collecting Revenue
   Commercial Strategies and Social Expectations
The Internet Changes the Game
 
THE TRANSITION TO AN INFORMATION ECONOMY
Deregulation Trumps Regulation
    The Escalation of Deregulation
   Deregulations Continues Today
Media Powerhouses: Consolidation, Partnerships, and Mergers
Business Tendencies in Media Industries
   Flexible Markets and the Decline of Labor Unions
   Downsizing and the Wage Gap
Economics, Hegemony, and Storytelling
 
Specialization and Global Markets
The Rise of Specialization and Synergy
   Minority and Female Media Ownership: Why Does it Matter? [Case Study]
Disney: A Postmodern Media Conglomerate
    The Early Years
   The Company Diversifies
   Global Expansion
   Corporate Shake-Ups and Disney Today
Global Audiences Expand Media Markets
 
SOCIAL ISSUES IN MEDIA ECONOMICS
    Cultural Imperialism and Movies [Media Literacy Box]
    From fifty to a Few: The Most Dominant Media Corporations [Case Study]
The Limits of Antitrust Laws
   Diversification
   Local Monopolies
The Fallout from a Free Market
    Equating Free Markets with Democracy
   Consumer Choice versus Consumer Control
Cultural Imperialism
 
THE MEDIA MARKETPLACE AND DEMOCRACY
The Effects of Media Consolidation on Democracy
The Media Reform Movement
 
PART 5: DEMOCRATIC EXPRESSION AND THE MASS MEDIA
 
Chapter 13: The Culture of Journalism: Values, Ethics, and Democracy
 
MODERN JOURNALISM IN THE INFORMATION AGE
What Is News?
   Characteristics of News
Values in American Journalism
   Neutrality Boosts Credibility—and Sales
   Other Cultural Values in Journalism
   Facts, Values, and Bias
 
ETHICS AND THE NEWS MEDIA
Ethical Predicaments
   Deploying Deception
   Invading Privacy
   Conflict of Interest
   Resolving Ethical Problems
   Aristotle, Kent, Bentham, and Mill
   Developing Ethical Policy
 
REPORTING RITUALS AND THE LEGACY OF PRINT JOURNALISM
Focusing on the Present
   Getting a Good Story
   Getting a Story First
Relying on Experts
Balancing Story Conflict
Acting as Adversaries
 
JOURNALISM IN THE AGE OF TV AND THE INTERNET
Differences between Print and TV News
   Sound Bitten
   Pretty-Face and Happy-Talk Culture
Pundits, "Talking Heads," and Politics
Convergence Enhances and Changes Journalism
The Power of Visual Language
 
ALTERNATIVE MODELS: PUBLIC JOURNALISM AND "FAKE" NEWS
The Public Journalism Movement
   An Early Public Journalism Project
   Criticizing Public Journalism
"Fake" News and Satiric Journalism
 
DEMOCRACY AND REIMAGINING JOURNALISM’S ROLE
Social Responsibility
Deliberative Democracy 
 
Chapter 14: Media Effects and Cultural Approaches to Research
 
EARLY MEDIA RESEARCH METHODS
Propaganda Analysis
Public Opinion Research
Social Psychology Studies
Marketing Research
 
RESEARCH ON MEDIA EFFECTS
Early Theories of Media Effects
   The Hypodermic-Needle Model
   The Minimal-Effects Model
   The Uses and Gratifications Model
Conducting Media Effects Research
   Experiments
   Survey Research
   Content Analysis
Contemporary Media Effects Theories
   Social Learning Theory
   Agenda-Setting
   The Cultivation Effect
   Spiral of Silence
   Evaluating Research on Media Effects
 
CULTURAL APPROACHES TO MEDIA RESEARCH
Early Developments in Cultural Studies Research
Conducting Cultural Studies Research
   Textual Analysis
   Audience Studies
   Political Economy Studies
Cultural Studies’ Theoretical Perspectives
   The Public Sphere
   Communication as Culture
Evaluating Cultural Studies Research
 
MEDIA RESEARCH AND DEMOCRACY
 
Chapter 15: Legal Controls and Freedom of Expression
 
THE ORIGINS OF FREE EXPRESSION AND A FREE PRESS
Models of Expression
The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution
Censorship as Prior Restraint
   The Pentagon Papers Case
   The Progressive Magazine Case
Unprotected Forms of Expression
   Seditious Expression
   Copyright Infringement
   Libel
   Defenses against Libel Charges
   Obscenity
   The Right to Privacy
The First Amendment versus Sixth Amendment
   Gag Orders and Shield Laws
   Cameras in the Courtroom
 
FILM AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT
Social and Political Pressures on the Movies
Self-Regulation in the Movie Industry
   The Motion Picture Production Code
   The Miracle Case
The MPAA Ratings System
 
EXPRESSION IN THE MEDIA: PRINT, BROADCAST, AND ONLINE
The FCC Regulates Broadcasting
Dirty Words, Indecent Speech, and Hefty Fines
Political Broadcasts and Equal Opportunity
The Demise of the Fairness Doctrine
Communication Policy and the Internet
 
THE FIRST AMENDMENT AND DEMOCRACY 
 
Extended Case Study: How the News Media Covered the News Corp. Scandal
STEP 1: DESCRIPTION
STEP 2: ANALYSIS
STEP 3: INTERPRETATION
STEP 4: EVALUATION
STEP 5: ENGAGEMENT 

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