By Kathrin Fahlenbrach, Erling Sivertsen, Rolf Werenskjold
In what methods have social pursuits attracted the eye of the mass media because the sixties? How have activists prompted public consciousness through visible symbols, photographs, and protest performances in that interval? and the way do mass media hide and body particular protest concerns? Drawing on contributions from media students, historians, and sociologists, this quantity explores the dynamic interaction among social pursuits, activists, and mass media from the Nineteen Sixties to the current. It introduces the main suitable theoretical methods to such matters and provides a number of case reviews starting from print media, movie, and tv to web and social media.
Kathrin Fahlenbrach is Professor for Media and verbal exchange reports at Hamburg college, Germany. Her courses on protest hobbies and media comprise a ebook on visible protest of the scholar flow in mass media. including Martin Klimke and Joachim Scharloth, she is editor of the sequence "Protest, tradition, and Society" (Berghahn Books, New York/Oxford). Erling Sivertsen is affiliate Professor on the school of Media and Journalism, Volda collage collage, Norway. He teaches Media reports and Photojournalism. Sivertsen is a sociologist who has released numerous reviews at the media and politicians, media and banks, and on images and cellular communique in journalism. Rolf Werenskjold is affiliate Professor on the college of Media and Journalism, Volda college collage, Norway. He teaches Media stories and Media historical past. he's a historian and media pupil who has released numerous stories at the media and 1968, smooth American historical past, and Norwegian international information journalism throughout the chilly warfare.
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