Marxism and communication studies; the point is to change it.0820481262
Marxism and communication studies; the point is to change it.
Ed. by Lee Artz et al.
Peter Lang Publishing Inc
Media and culture; v.8
In selecting these 11 Marxist commentaries from and about the field of communication studies, Artz (media studies, Purdue U. Calumet Calumet, region, United States
Calumet (kăl`ymĕt'), industrialized region of NW Ind. and NE Ill., along the south shore of Lake Michigan. ), Macek (media and urban studies, North Central College in Indiana), and Cloud (communication studies, U. of Texas at Austin) sought to prepare a collection that identifies and assesses the appropriation or misappropriation misappropriation n. the intentional, illegal use of the property or funds of another person for one's own use or other unauthorized purpose, particularly by a public official, a trustee of a trust, an executor or administrator of a dead person's estate, or by any of Marxist ideas in the field, explores issues and problems in communication studies that could gain from a Marxist perspective, provides Marxist analysis of particular case studies, and explains the significance of a Marxist communication critique of existing institutional practices and dominant cultural. The essays can be grouped in the topic areas of language and ideology; democracy and media; international communication and globalization globalization
Process by which the experience of everyday life, marked by the diffusion of commodities and ideas, is becoming standardized around the world. Factors that have contributed to globalization include increasingly sophisticated communications and transportation ; and social change, dialectics di·a·lec·tic
1. The art or practice of arriving at the truth by the exchange of logical arguments.
a. , and historical materialism historical materialism: see dialectical materialism. as method.
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