The anthropology of news & journalism : global perspectives /
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The anthropology of news & journalism : global perspectives /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Bird, S. Elizabeth.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c2010.
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Table of Contents:
  • News production, ethnography, and power : on the challenges of newsroom-centricity / Karin Wahl-Jorgensen
  • U.S. Newsworld : the rule of text and everyday practices of editing the world / Zeynep Devrim Gürsel
  • Covering the barrier in Bethlehem : the production of sympathy and the reproduction of difference / Amahl Bishara
  • News and myth in Venezuela : the press and the Chávez revolution / Joseph C. Manzella and Leon I. Yacher
  • "The camera was my weapon" : reporting and representing war in socialist Vietnam / Christina Schwenkel
  • Empowerment through local news making : studying the media/public interface in India / Ursula Rao
  • Mount Chance, Montserrat, and the media : global British journalism under local fire / Jonathan Skinner
  • Journalism as fieldwork : propaganda, complicity, and the ethics of anthropology / Jennifer Hasty
  • News and local talk : conversations about the "crisis of indigenous violence" in Australia / Kerry McCallum
  • Getting the news in New Delhi : newspaper literacies in an Indian mediascape / Mark Allen Peterson
  • Personal news and the price of public service : an ethnographic window into the dynamics of production and reception in Zambian state radio / Debra Spitulnik
  • Gossip and resistance : local news media in transition : a case study from the Alentejo, Portugal / Dorle Dracklé
  • Musical news : popular music in political movements / Mark Pedelty
  • Making (sense of) news in the era of digital information / Dominic Boyer
  • When common sense no longer holds : the shifting locus of new production in the United States / Maria D. Vesperi
  • Salon.com and new-media professional journalism culture / Adrienne Russell.