'Bourdieu and the Journalistic Field' is an exciting new text which builds on Bourdieu's critique of our media-saturated culture. Presenting the work of influential scholars who worked with or were influenced by Bourdieu, this volume is the book for scholars seeking a more detailed elaboration of field theory in relation to the mass media.
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Table of Contents
List of Contributors.
Chapter 1 Introduction: Field Theory as a work in Progress - Rodney Benson and Erik Neveu.
PART I: THEORETICAL ORIENTATIONS.
Chapter 2 The Political Field, The Social Science Field, and the Journalistic Field - Pierre Bourdieu.
Chapter 3 The Double Dependency: The Journalistic Field Between Politics and Markets - Patrick Champagne.
Chapter 4 Sub-Fields of Specialized Journalism - Dominique Marchetti.
PART II: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES.
Chapter 5 Mapping Field Variation: Journalism in France and the United States - Rodney Benson.
Chapter 6 The Contaminated Blood Scandal: Reframing Medical News - Patrick Champagne and Dominique Marchetti.
Chapter 7 Economic Journalism in France - Julien Duval.
Chapter 8 Media Consercration of the Political Order - Eric Durras.
Chapter 9 Channeling into the Journalistic Field: Youth Activism and the Media Justice Movement - Eric Klinenberg.
PART III : CRITICAL REFLECTIONS.
Chapter 10 Bourdieu, the Frankfurt School and Cultural Studies: On Some Misunderstandings - Erik Neveu.
Chapter 11 Autonomy from What? - Michael Schudson.
Chapter 12 Two Approaches to Comparative Media Research: Field Theory and Differentiation Theory - Daniel C. Hallin.