Mass Media Revolution / Edition 2 available in Other Format
With a storytelling narrative and chapter-specific videos, Mass Media Revolution helps students experience mass media, enhancing their development as critical consumers. They can study, read, interact and consume their course material in print and online in a way that best suits their individual learning needs. The alignment of chapter content, in print and online, to national academic standards for the course (ACEJMC) and critical thinking questions throughout develop and refine students’ media literacy skills.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||8.40(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
J. Charles Sterin is an award- winning documentary filmmaker, investigative television journalist and screenwriter. Over the course of his 40-year career, Sterin has produced over 60 hours of television documentaries, including episodes of A&E Network’s prime- time series Investigative Reports and Ancient Mysteries, and documentary specials aired on PBS. Sterin co- produced a national media project with 10 of the world’s leading humanist thinkers (including anthropologist Margaret Mead, psychologist Carl Rogers and anthropologist Ashley Montagu) and was selected by the Poynter Institute to produce its seminal PBS documentary series NewsLeaders.
Tameka Winston is the Department Chair and an award-winning Professor in the Department of Communications at Tennessee State University (TSU). She is also an author and Sirius XM radio host. Winston has been working at the collegiate level for 15 years, and is a popular and respected professor and student mentor at TSU. She was recently awarded the prestigious "2017 Woman of Achievement Award" by the Nashville Business Journal. She was also among the finalists for the 2016 Nashville’s Emerging Leaders Award sponsored by the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and YP Nashville.
Table of Contents
Part I: Paving the Way to Today's Mass Media 1. Introduction to the Mass Media Revolution 2. Mass Media: A Brief Historical Narrative 3. Media Technologies and the Dynamics of Change Part II: The Evolution of Media Content and Platforms 4. Print Media 5. Music and Radio 6. Film and Television 7. New Media Part III: Media Business, Economics and Regulation 8. Advertising and Public Relations 9. Media Industry 10. Media Bias 11. Media Law and Ethics Part IV: The Media Experience 12. The Power of Photography in Mass Media 13. Journalism in the Digital Millennium 14. Media Impact on the Global Stage 15. Stories of Diversity in American Media 16. Working in the Mass Media in the Digital Age