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Politics in the Media (Audio-visual media for education and research) epub

by M. J. Clark


Politics in the Media (Audio-visual media for education and research) epub

ISBN: 0080224830

ISBN13: 978-0080224831

Author: M. J. Clark

Category: Entertainment

Subcategory: Television

Language: English

Publisher: Pergamon Press; 1st edition (May 1979)

Pages: 176 pages

ePUB book: 1128 kb

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Explore publications in Video-Audio Media, and find Video-Audio Media experts Politics and Cultures of Liberation: Media, Memory, and Projections of Democracy focuses on mapping, analyzing, an. .

Explore publications in Video-Audio Media, and find Video-Audio Media experts. Politics and Cultures of Liberation: Media, Memory, and Projections of Democracy focuses on mapping, analyzing, and evaluating memories, rituals, and artistic responses to the theme of liberation.

Politics and the Media book. 0080224830 (ISBN13: 9780080224831).

This book is comprised of 14 chapters and begins with an analysis of some of the ramifying problems of media production in the political field, paying particular attention to the priorities and constraints within which the political message has been conceived, stored, and transmitted. The experience of the BBC in the presentation of political and current affairs on television is highlighted. Attention turns to problems associated with availability of material; the political content of broadcasting; and Hollywood feature films as social and political evidence.

As a watchdog in the political world, the media has the task of criticizing decision-makers in society. Journalists can fulfill this task only if they are independent. On the other hand, dependence on powerful structures and financial resources can handicap the media's ability to be an effective watchdog in political life.

The media industry irrespective of the medium has matured technologically by digitizing, yet identifying the skilledĀ .

The media industry irrespective of the medium has matured technologically by digitizing, yet identifying the skilled professional from the academic institution for visual media is laborious and unfavorable. This paper examines how certain contemporary audio-visual works from post-socialist countries in the Balkan region, employ archival footage from the communist period, to address and problematize the notion of remembering and suppressing national history through collective memory. I specifically focus on the work of the Albanian artist, Armando Lulaj and his videos Albanian Trilogy: A Series of Devious Stratagems (2011, 2012 and 2015) exhibited at the 56th Venice Biennale.

Visual cognition concept in media education is introduced. That's where media education and visualization have become inseparable.

Media Education is perhaps even more important today as more and moreĀ .

There is a need to develop new skills and competencies that allow users and consumers information literate. Media and Internet Literacy is used by the European Council19.