Political Economy of Journalism

Political Economy of Journalism: New (and old) logics of production and consumption.

Edited by Vincent Mosco, Jacqueline Dourado, Denise Lopes, Juliana Teixeira and Renan Marques

The emergence of new logics of production and consumption related to the use of the Internet, and especially of social networks, was the starting point of the articles gathered here. Understanding the place of media in the various spheres of power of contemporary society is fundamental in order to reflect on the current developments and to propose alternatives for overcoming the threats and challenges now faced by Journalism. In this sense, this third edition of the book series "Political Economy of Journalism" reflects on: the work processes that involve Journalism; the capitalist accumulation logics applied to both mass and niche media; and the ethical and citizen issues that interfere with the journalistic production.

Contents

Introduction

New Media: The Next Internet – Vincent Mosco

Rethinking Journalism on Online Environment: players, business models and liability – Denise Maria Moura da Silva Lopes and Maria Clara Estrela

The Concept of Public Sphere Revisited: citizenship, media convergence and vigilance systems – Andres Kalikoske and Patrícia Augsten

The Crisis of Business and Jounalism: A Critical Political Economy Approach – Ibrahim Seaga Shaw

Capitalist Restructuration, Intellectual Labor and the Material Conditions for Online Journalism Production – César Bolaño

The Challenge of Audience Participation for Regional Media: professional and organisational strategies for community development – Ainara Larrondo-Ureta; Irati Agirreazkuenaga-Onaindia; Koldo Meso-Ayerdi; Anna Tous-Rovirosa

The Production Process of Television Journalism in the Face of Mobile Devices: understanding the perspective of professionals from the TV stations of Piauí (Brazil) – Juliana Fernandes Teixeira

The Spaces Designed for the Audience Participation in Piauí TV 1ª Edição – Cristal Sá; Jacqueline Lima Dourado; Juliana Fernandes Teixeira

Communication Collectives in Brazil: Emergence and socio-historical contexts – Samária Andrade and Fábio Pereira

Popularizing the Popular: strategies of delegitimization of the alternative communication by traditional media groups – Eula Dantas Taveira Cabral and Adilson Vaz Cabral Filho

Crisis and Restructuring of Sports Journalism in Brazil: the story of Placar Magazine – Anderson David Gomes dos Santos Júlio Arantes Azevedo

Jornal Nacional (National News) as a Space of Technical-Aesthetic Hegemony of the Globo Network – Denise Freitas de Deus Soares; Jacqueline Lima Dourado; Juliana Fernandes Teixeira

The “Cinema de Borda” in Piauí as an Expression of the Alternative Techno-Aesthetic Standard – Jacqueline Lima Dourado; Luís Nogueira; Thaís Souza

Vincent Mosco is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at Queen's University, Canada, and member of IAMCR.

Denise Lopes is an independent researcher in Political Economy of Communication, and a member of IAMCR.

The above text is from the seller's description of the book.

Title: Political Economy of Journalism: New (and old) logics of production and consumption.
Editors: Vincent Mosco, Jacqueline Dourado, Denise Lopes, Juliana Teixeira and Renan Marques
Published: 2019
Pages: 282
Publisher: EDUFPI

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