Social Theories of the Press
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Social Theories of the Press

Constituents of Communication Research, 1840s to 1920s
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ISBN-13:
9781461642442
Seiten:
232
Autor:
Hanno Hardt
Serie:
Critical Media Studies: Institutions, Politics, and Culture
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Hanno Hardt has thoroughly revised and expanded his 'pre-history' of communication research in the United States. With the notable addition of Karl Marx's journalism-focused writings and a new foreword by James W. Carey, this edition covers intellectual contributions from several German theorists in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, as well as first-generation U.S. sociologists who were influenced by this scholarship. A new concluding chapter explores the continuing influence of German social thought and the contemporary shift of paradigms in U.S. communication research, including approaches such as critical (Marxist) and cultural studies.
Hanno Hardt has thoroughly revised and expanded his 'pre-history' of communication research in the United States. With the notable addition of Karl Marx's journalism-focused writings and a new foreword by James W. Carey, this edition covers intellectual contributions from several German theorists in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, as well as first-generation U.S. sociologists who were influenced by this scholarship. A new concluding chapter explores the continuing influence of German social thought and the contemporary shift of paradigms in U.S. communication research, including approaches such as critical (Marxist) and cultural studies.
Chapter 1 Foreword
Chapter 2 Mass Communication Research and Society: An Introduction

Chapter 3 Communication and Change in Society: Karl Marx on Freedom of the Press

Chapter 4 The Nerves of Society: Albert Schäffle on Symbolic Communication

Chapter 5 The News of Society: Karl Knies on Communication and Transportation

Chapter 6 The Linkages of Society: Karl Bücher on Commerce and the Press

Chapter 7 The Mirrors of Society: Ferdinand Tönnies on the Press and Public Opinion

Chapter 8 The Conscience of Society: Max Weber on Journalism and Responsibility

Chapter 9 The "American Science" of Society: Small, Ross, and Sumner on Communication and the Press

Chapter 10 Communication and Social Thought: Decentering the Discourse of Mass Communication Research