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The circuit of mass communication: media strategies, representation and audience

By: Miller, David.
Contributor(s): Kitzinger, Jenny | Williams, Kevin | Beharrell, Peter.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London : Sage Pub., 1998Description: vii, 248p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0803977026.Subject(s): Mass mediaDDC classification: 302.23
Contents:
Introduction - Jenny Kitzinger and David Miller The AIDS Public Education Campaign, 1986-90 - David Miller and Kevin Williams News Variations - Peter Beharrell AIDS and Television News - David Miller and Peter Beharrell AIDS on Television - David Miller Form, Fact and Fiction Sourcing AIDS News - David Miller and Kevin Williams Producing AIDS News - Kevin Williams and David Miller Media Impact on Public Beliefs about AIDS - Jenny Kitzinger Resisting the Media - Jenny Kitzinger The Extent and Limits of Media Influence AIDS, the Policy Process and Moral Panics - David Miller and Jenny Kitzinger Conclusion - Jenny Kitzinger and David Miller
Summary: Using a detailed analysis of the struggle over representation during the AIDS crisis, 'The Circuit of Mass Communication' examines the entire process of interaction between the media and the social world.
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Introduction - Jenny Kitzinger and David Miller The AIDS Public Education Campaign, 1986-90 - David Miller and Kevin Williams News Variations - Peter Beharrell AIDS and Television News - David Miller and Peter Beharrell AIDS on Television - David Miller Form, Fact and Fiction Sourcing AIDS News - David Miller and Kevin Williams Producing AIDS News - Kevin Williams and David Miller Media Impact on Public Beliefs about AIDS - Jenny Kitzinger Resisting the Media - Jenny Kitzinger The Extent and Limits of Media Influence AIDS, the Policy Process and Moral Panics - David Miller and Jenny Kitzinger Conclusion - Jenny Kitzinger and David Miller

Using a detailed analysis of the struggle over representation during the AIDS crisis, 'The Circuit of Mass Communication' examines the entire process of interaction between the media and the social world.

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