Media in Wales: Voices of a Small Nation

Media in Wales: Voices of a Small Nation

by David Barlow, Philip Mitchell, Tom O'Malley
     
 

A critical history and contemporary overview of the Welsh media, this analysis emphasizes the local impacts of media within the wider context of UK politics and industry. The ways that media, culture, and communications intersect in everyday Welsh life and what this intersection means to issues of national identity, language, and geography are explored. Media… See more details below

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A critical history and contemporary overview of the Welsh media, this analysis emphasizes the local impacts of media within the wider context of UK politics and industry. The ways that media, culture, and communications intersect in everyday Welsh life and what this intersection means to issues of national identity, language, and geography are explored. Media ownership issues are also addressed, along with developments in regional media policy and potential impacts of the National Assembly on Welsh media-related matters.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780708318409
Publisher:
University of Wales Press
Publication date:
10/28/2005
Series:
University of Wales Press - Political Philosophy Now Ser.
Pages:
274
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.70(d)

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
PART ONE: APPROACHING THE MEDIA IN WALES
1 Introduction
2 Voice(s) of a Small Nation: A Critical Context for the Study of the Media in Wales
PART TWO: SECTORS AND INDUSTRIES
3 The Newspaper Press in Wales: Print, Culture and Society
4 Cinema and Film: Casting Stereotypes?
5 Radio in Wales: ?Your Nation, Your Station??
6 Television in Wales: The Small Screen in Perspective
7 Bridging the Digital Divide: Wales and the Internet
PART THREE: WALES AND THE ASSEMBLY: COMMUNICATIONS AND CULTURAL POLICY
8 Policy Matters!
9 A Voice for Wales?
References
Index

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