Edited by Luis Albornoz
This book updates and revalidates critical political economy of communication approaches. It is destined to become a work of reference for those interested in delving into debates arising from the performance of traditional and new media, cultural and communication policy-making or sociocultural practices in the new digital landscape.
This is the second title in the Palgrave/IAMCR book series Global Transformations in Media and Communication Research
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Table of contents
Part I The Political Economy of Communication
- Current Challenges for the Critical Economy of Culture and Communication
- The Political Economy of Communication: A Living Tradition
Part II Cultural or Creative Industries?
- Intellectuals and Cultural Policies
- Cultural Industries, Creative Economy and the Information Society
- Creativity versus Culture?
Part III Cultural Consumption from a Critical Perspective
- Studying Cultural Behaviours, Consumptions, Habits and Practices
- New Approaches for New Sociocultural Practices
- Cultural Consumption and Media Power
Part IV Challenges in Thinking about Communication and Culture
- Digital Networks and Services: A New Political and Technological Agenda
Luis A. Albornoz
- Communication and Epistemological Struggle
- Culture and Communication: A Political Economy View
Delia Crovi Druetta
Title: Power, Media, Culture. A Critical View from the Political Economy of Communication
Series: Global Transformations in Media and Communication Research - A Palgrave and IAMCR Series
Editor: Luis Albornoz
Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan