The Rise and Fall of the Media Establishment by Na Na
  

The Rise and Fall of the Media Establishment

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Synopsis

The Rise and Fall of the Media Establishment by Na Na

Darrell West argues against prevailing wisdom that the media has increased in influence in the past decade. Covering over 200 years of American history, beginning in colonial America and ending with the present day, The Rise and Fall of the Media Establishment provides an overview of the media in various key stages of American History, paying particular attention to the rise and fall in influence of the media elite. West organizes the book into five distinct media eras: the Partisan, Commercial, Objective, Interpretive, and Fragmented Media. Each chapter, organized around these media eras, includes case studies that illustrate the theme of that chapter. Ideal for the general reader as well as the academic, The Rise and Fall of the Media Establishment offers an accessible, engaging book with a challenging thesis.

Reviews

...useful as a concise and readable history of the American press. - Matt Weiser, American Studies International West delivers an astute, probing, partisan critique of the social and governmental ramifications of 'electronic Balkanization,' 'crude

-night TV and 'niche-market narrowcasting.

About the Author

Darrell M. West is with the Department of Political Science at Brown University.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
140 pages

Author

Na Na
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Publisher

Palgrave Macmillan

Publication date

13th July 2001

ISBN

9781349624959


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