Media Freedom and Pluralism
Media Policy Challenges in the Enlarged Europe
Edited by Beata Klimkiewicz
Addresses a critical analysis of major media policies in the European Union and Council of Europe at the period of profound changes affecting both media environments and use, as well as the logic of media policy-making and reconfiguration of traditional regulatory models. The analytical problem-related approach seems to better reflect a media policy process as an interrelated part of European integration, formation of European citizenship, and exercise of communication rights within the European communicative space. The question of normative expectations is to be compared in this case with media policy rationales, mechanisms of implementation (transposing rules from EU to national levels), and outcomes.
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Walter C. Soderlund, Colette Brin, Lydia Miljan, Kai Hildebrandt
Apr 2012 - University of Alberta Press
$34.95 USD - book