Wahlwerbung im Radio by Peter Brück

By Peter Brück

Das Radio ist, zusammen mit dem Fernsehen, das mit Abstand meist genutzte Medium in Deutschland. Auch die bundesdeutschen Parteien nutzen es häufig für ihre Werbung im Vorfeld von Wahlen. Trotzdem führt Wahlwerbung im Radio im Gegensatz zu Wahlwerbung auf und in anderen Trägermedien (z.B. Fernsehen, web) ein sozialwissenschaftliches Schattendasein. Vor diesem Hintergrund klärt Peter Brück die allgemeinen Voraussetzungen für Wirkungen von Wahlwerbung im Radio und erarbeitet ihre speziellen Wirkmechanismen. Er untersucht die Intentionen und Strategien der Parteien sowie ihre Wirkungen auf die Rezipienten aus politikwissenschaftlicher Perspektive und unter Beachtung der Befunde aus Kommunikations- und Werbeforschung.

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Observational Cosmology: With the New Radio Surveys by Malcolm S. Longair (auth.), M. N. Bremer, N. Jackson, I.

By Malcolm S. Longair (auth.), M. N. Bremer, N. Jackson, I. Pérez-Fournon (eds.)

Radio surveys play an immense function in observational cosmology. notwithstanding, till lately the surveys were both of broad quarter yet with low sensitivity or of small region with excessive sensitivity. either restrict the categories of cosmology that may be performed with radio surveys.
this example has been revolutionised some time past few years by means of the supply of latest, large-area, high-sensitivity radio surveys at either high and low radio frequencies. those major advancements permit reports according to either the information of the surveys themselves and multiwavelength follow-up of the galaxies and AGN answerable for the radio emission. it truly is accordingly an opportune time to summarise growth during this box with a workshop.
This booklet contains the lawsuits of the `Observational Cosmology with the hot Radio Surveys' workshop, hung on Tenerife, January 13-15, 1997. themes lined comprise: classes discovered and significant effects from past surveys, descriptions of a few of the recent surveys, clusters of galaxies and large-scale constitution, radio resource evolution, CMB stories, gravitational lensing and multiwavelength reviews of far away radio sources.

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Radio Fields: Anthropology and Wireless Sound in the 21st by Lucas Bessire

By Lucas Bessire

Radio is the main frequent digital medium on the earth this present day. As a kind of expertise that's either sturdy and comparatively reasonable, radio continues to be primary to the typical lives of billions of individuals around the world. it's used as a choice for prayer in Argentina and Appalachia, to arrange political protest in Mexico and Libya, and for wartime verbal exchange in Iraq and Afghanistan. In city facilities it's performed consistently in procuring department shops, ready rooms, and study rooms. but regardless of its omnipresence, it is still the media shape least studied by means of anthropologists.
 
Radio Fields employs ethnographic how you can demonstrate the varied domain names within which radio is imagined, deployed, and understood. Drawing on examine from six continents, the quantity demonstrates how the actual capacities and practices of radio offer singular perception into diversified social worlds, starting from aboriginal Australia to city Zambia. jointly, the individuals tackle how radio creates certain percentages for rethinking such primary suggestions as tradition, verbal exchange, neighborhood, and collective organisation.

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Paving the Empire Road: BBC Television and Black Britons by Darrell M. Newton

By Darrell M. Newton

Beginning within the Thirties and stepping into the put up millennium, Newton offers a old research of guidelines invoked, and practices undertaken because the carrier tried to help white Britons in knowing the influence of African-Caribbeans, and their assimilation into constructs of Britishness. administration quickly authorized talks and clinical experiences as a way of interpreting racial tensions, as ITV challenged the discourses of British broadcasting. quickly, BBC2 begun broadcasting; and extra problems with race seemed at the displays, each one reflecting occasionally comedic, a little dystopic, usually troublesome conditions of integration. within the years that notwithstanding, social tensions resembling the Nottingham and Notting Hill riots resulted in transmissions that incorporated a sequence of stories specials on Britain’s color Bar, and docudramas corresponding to A guy From the Sun that tried to border the immigrant event for British tv audiences, yet from the African-Caribbean viewpoint. next chapters contain an in depth research of tv programming, in addition to own interviews. issues contain present representations of race, the way forward for British tv, and its influence upon multiethnic audiences. additionally exact are the efforts of black Britons operating in the British media as staff of the BBC, writers, manufacturers and actors.

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Media Policy and Music Activity by Krister Malm

By Krister Malm

How do humans make track - and the way does this task relate to the regulations of governments and the track undefined? what's the dating among stay track and song we listen at the radio, or in song movies? How has the electronic revolution affected music-making in industrialised and in constructing international locations? In Media coverage and tune task, Krister Malm and Roger Wallis glance intensive on the relationships among regulations governing the output of the tune media and tune job in society. a pragmatic base in case research fabric is mixed with a extensive theoretical framework for knowing the track media.

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Reporting War: Journalism in Wartime by Stuart Allan, Barbie Zelizer

By Stuart Allan, Barbie Zelizer

Reporting struggle explores the social tasks of the journalist in periods of army clash. information media remedies of foreign crises, specifically the single underway in Iraq, are more and more changing into the topic of public controversy, and dialogue is urgently wanted. each one of this book's participants demanding situations prevalent assumptions approximately warfare reporting from a particular viewpoint. An array of urgent matters linked to conflicts over contemporary years are pointed out and critiqued, constantly with a watch to what they could let us know approximately enhancing journalism this day. specific cognizance is dedicated to contemporary alterations in journalistic varieties and practices, and the ways that they're shaping the visible tradition of conflict, and matters mentioned, among many, include: the impact of censorship and propaganda 'us' and 'them' information narratives entry to assets '24/7 rolling information' and the 'CNN influence' army jargon (such as 'friendly fireplace' and 'collateral damage') 'embedded' and 'unilateral' journalists tensions among objectivity and patriotism. The booklet increases very important questions on the very way forward for journalism in the course of wartime, questions which call for public discussion and debate, and is vital analyzing for college students taking classes in information and information journalism, in addition to for researchers, lecturers and practitioners within the box.

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Rebels on the Air: An Alternative History of Radio in by Jesse Walker

By Jesse Walker

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Boring DJs who by no means close up, and who don't even decide their very own files. an identical hits, many times. a relentless flow of exasperating advertisements. How did radio get so dull?

Not accidentally, contends journalist and historian Jesse Walker. for many years, executive and massive company have colluded to monopolize the airwaves, stamping out festival, lowering kind, and silencing dissident voices. And but, within the face of such strain, an alternate radio culture has tenaciously survived.

Rebels at the Air explores those ignored chapters in American radio, revealing the felony obstacles proven broadcasters have erected to make sure their dominance. utilizing energetic anecdotes drawn from firsthand interviews, Walker chronicles the tale of the unsung heroes of yank radio who, regardless of these obstacles, carved out areas for themselves within the spectrum, occasionally legally and occasionally no longer. Walker's attractive, meticulous account is the 1st entire historical past of other radio within the United States.

From the unlicensed amateurs who invented broadcasting to the neighborhood radio flow of the Sixties and Seventies, from the early days of FM to today's micro radio flow, Walker lays naked the hidden heritage of broadcasting. mainly, Rebels at the Air is the tale of the pirate broadcasters who shook up radio within the 1990sand of the recent different types of radio we will count on within the subsequent century, because the microbroadcasters crossbreed with the even more moderen box of net broadcasting.

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