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Download Das Pressesystem in Frankreich im Vergleich zu Deutschland by Evelyn Glose PDF

By Evelyn Glose

Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2006 im Fachbereich Medien / Kommunikation - Massenmedien allgemein, observe: 1,0, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Veranstaltung: Proseminar Medienlehre, 10 Quellen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Deutsch, summary: Frankreich warfare und ist ein sehr zentralistisches Land: Paris und die umliegende sector ist die wirtschaftlich bedeutendste Gegend, weshalb sich dort auch die meisten Medien etabliert haben, mit Ausnahme der regionalen. Der deutsche Staat hingegen entstand auf der Grundlage der einzelnen bereits bestehenden Bundesländer, die in allen kulturellen Bereichen immer noch das letzte Wort haben. Entsprechend entwickelten sich die Medien in allen Bundesländern mehr oder weniger gleichermaßen und es gibt keine Konzentration auf einen geographischen Bereich, wie es im Nachbarland Frankreich der Fall ist. Schon diese kulturellen Hintergründe deuten daraufhin, dass es different Unterschiede zwischen den Mediensystemen der beiden Länder geben muss. Andererseits führen globale Entwicklungen wie die des Fernsehens und Internets zu Konsumtrends, die in Deutschland und Frankreich ähnlich ausfallen.
Die vorliegende Arbeit soll einen Überblick über den establishment eines Einzelbereiches des französischen Mediensystems, nämlich des Pressesystems geben und dabei den Vergleich zu Deutschland ziehen. Betrachtet werden die klassischen Printmedien, additionally sowohl die nationalen als auch die regionalen Tageszeitungen sowie die besonders in Frankreich wichtigen Zeitschriften und journal. Außen vor bleiben jedoch die Wochenzeitungen sowie die Internetauftritte der Tageszeitungen und journal beider Länder.
Der Punkt Rechtsgrundlagen und Finanzierung der Presse erläutert kurz die für die französische Presse relevanten Gesetzestexte. Näher eingegangen wird hier auf die Funktion des Staates, der in Frankreich eine nicht unerhebliche Rolle bei der Finanzierung der Verlagserzeugnisse spielt. Hier treten die Unterschiede zu Deutschland besonders stark zu Tage.

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Download Innovations in Culture and Development: The Culturinno by Daniela Angelina Jelinčić PDF

By Daniela Angelina Jelinčić

This publication specializes in suggestions in tradition having the capability to force total improvement. It analyses public guidelines and provides inspiring examples of concepts in tradition which resolve a variety of societal difficulties in addition to suggestions for public regulations. The “culturinno impression” (culture + innovations), hence offers proof of the inherent energy tradition has in fostering improvement. the quantity leads us throughout the function of tradition in numerous innovations of improvement, delivering the theoretical and ancient context of improvement and concept of swap. research of theoretical cultural coverage types is via sensible examples of options in tradition, culminating in a textual content that may be a should have for leading edge choice makers able to reply to the demanding situations of this day in addition to scholars, artists and cultural employees who're ready to provide a brand new view on arts/culture.

 

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Download Privater Hörfunk im Balanceakt zwischen Werbetreibenden und by Katja Micke PDF

By Katja Micke

Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2005 im Fachbereich Medien / Kommunikation - Rundfunk und Unterhaltung, observe: 1,3, Fachhochschule des Mittelstands, 18 Quellen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Deutsch, summary: Die wichtigsten Nachrichten, eine Frühstücks-Comedy mit dem Bundeskanzler und noch eben das Wetter – der Hörer erwartet heutzutage ein ‚All in One’-Paket vom Hörfunkprogramm. Für einen wettbewerbsfähigen Radiosender muss den Hörern, aber auch der Werbewirtschaft, Vielfalt und Abwechslung geboten werden. quickly seventy five% des Hörfunkprogramms in Deutschland wird von privaten Radiostationen produziert, wobei die reine Grundversorgung – wie sie der öffentlich-rechtliche Hörfunk als Auftrag hat – für den privaten Hörfunk kein Thema mehr ist.

Die privaten Radiosender sind der besonderen Problematik ausgesetzt, dass sie ihre Zielrichtung auf die Hörer und auf die Werbekunden des Senders ausgerichtet haben müssen. Dies bedeutet, dass der inner most Hörfunk einen Balanceakt zwischen den Vorstellungen der Werbung treibenden Wirtschaft einerseits und den Wünschen der Hörer andererseits leisten muss, um beiden Kundengruppen gerecht zu werden. Dieser Spagat der Zielvorstellungen wird in dieser Hausarbeit näher erläutert.

Als Einführung in die Thematik wird zuerst der Begriff ‚privater Hörfunk’ definiert. Der geschichtliche Hintergrund und die Entwicklung des Hörfunks zum Massenmedium in Deutschland werden beschrieben. Anhand des Beispiels von Radio Hamburg wird anschließend exemplarisch erläutert, wie ein privater Hörfunksender konzipiert ist. Die Branchen- sowie die Marktstruktur des Senders werden untersucht und bilden die Grundlage für die Interdependenzen zwischen Sender, Werbetreibenden und Hörern. Auf der foundation dieser Erkenntnisse kann die Problematik klar aufgeschlüsselt werden.

Das Ziel dieser Arbeit ist es, die im geschichtlichen Hintergrund stetig wechselnde Marktposition des Hörfunks hervorzuheben und aktuelle Werbetrends zur Verbesserung der Marktstruktur im privaten Hörfunk aufzuzeigen. Welche Möglichkeiten und Risiken die aktuellen Werbeentwicklungen in der Zukunft haben werden und welcher Lösungsansatz sich daraus ergibt, wird im Fazit erläutert und bewertet.

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Download Indigenous Media and Political Imaginaries in Contemporary by Gabriela Zamorano Villarreal PDF

By Gabriela Zamorano Villarreal

Gabriela Zamorano Villarreal examines the political size of indigenous media construction and distribution as a way through which indigenous businesses articulate new claims on nationwide politics in Bolivia, a rustic experiencing probably the most outstanding instances of social mobilization and indigenous-based constitutional transformation in modern Latin the USA. according to fieldwork in Bolivia from 2005 to 2007, Zamorano Villarreal information how grassroots indigenous media creation has been instrumental to indigenous political calls for for a Constituent meeting and for enforcing the recent structure inside Evo Morales debatable administration.


On a daily basis, Zamorano Villarreal witnessed the myriad tactics in which Bolivia’s indigenous peoples craft photographs of political fight and enfranchisement to provide movies approximately their position in Bolivian society. Indigenous Media and Political Imaginaries in modern Bolivia contributes a unconditionally new and unique standpoint on indigenous media worlds in Bolivia: the collaborative and decolonizing authorship of indigenous media opposed to the neoliberal multicultural kingdom, and its key function in reimagining nationwide politics. Zamorano Villarreal unravels the negotiations between indigenous media makers approximately find out how to rather depict a gender, territorial, or justice clash of their movies to advertise grassroots figuring out of indigenous peoples in Bolivia’s multicultural society.
 

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Download Inter/vention: Free Play in the Age of Electracy (MIT Press) by Jan Rune Holmevik,Gregory Ulmer,Ian Bogost PDF

By Jan Rune Holmevik,Gregory Ulmer,Ian Bogost

In brand new advanced electronic international, we needs to comprehend new media expressions and electronic stories now not easily as extra technologically complicated types of "writing" that may be understood and analyzed as "texts" yet as artifacts of their personal correct that require a distinct ability set. simply as brokers trying to show themselves in alphabetic writing must be literate, "egents" who search to specific themselves in electronic media have to be--to use a time period coined by means of cybertheorist Gregory Ulmer--electrate. In Inter/vention, Jan Holmevik is helping to invent electracy. He does so through tracing its course around the electronic and rhetorical landscape--informatics, hacker heuretics, ethics, pedagogy, digital area, and monumentality--and by way of introducing play as a brand new style of electracy. Play, he argues, is the electrate ludic transversal. Holmevik contributes to the repertoire of electrate practices which will comprehend and display how play invents electracy. Holmevik's argument straddles divergences: in rhetoric, among how we examine rhetoric as play and the way we play rhetorically; and in online game reviews, among ludology and narratology. video games experiences has cast ludology perform by way of distinguishing it from literate perform (and frequently allying itself with the medical tradition). Holmevik is ready to hyperlink ludology and rhetoric via electracy. Play can and does facilitate invention: play invented the sector of ludology. Holmevik proposes a brand new heuretic during which play acts as a conductor for the discovery of electracy. Play is a meta habit that touches on each element of Ulmer's proposal of electracy.

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Download The Graphic Communication Handbook (Media Practice) by Simon Downs PDF

By Simon Downs

The photo communique Handbook is a finished and exact advent to the theories and practices of the portraits undefined. It strains the background and improvement of image layout, explores concerns that have an effect on the undefined, examines its research via communications concept, explains the best way to do each one component of the task, and advises on access into the occupation. The photograph verbal exchange Handbook covers all components in the together with pitching, realizing the customer, discovering a task, thumbnail drawings, constructing options, offering to consumers, operating in second, 3D, movement portraits and interplay pix, situating and checking out the task, getting paid, and getting the following task. The heritage, correct concept and the legislation relating to picture communications are located along the instructing of the sensible components.



Features comprise:



  • introductions that body proper debates

  • case stories, examples and illustrations from quite a number campaigns

  • philosophical and technical reasons of subject matters and their value.

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Download Transnational Celebrity Activism in Global Politics: by Liza Tsaliki,Christos A. Frangonikolopoulos,Asteris Huliaras PDF

By Liza Tsaliki,Christos A. Frangonikolopoulos,Asteris Huliaras

in recent times, celebrities from George Clooney to Bono to Angelina Jolie have tried to play an more and more very important position in international politics. big name activism is an ever-growing, across the world seen phenomenon—yet the effect of those high-profile humanitarians on public expertise, govt help, and mobilization of assets continues to be under-researched. Bringing jointly a various team of participants from media stories and public international relations, Transnational star Activism goals to fill that void with a brand new interdisciplinary framework for the research of big name activism in overseas relations.

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Download Sociology Through the Projector (International Library of by Bulent Diken,Carsten Bagge Laustsen PDF

By Bulent Diken,Carsten Bagge Laustsen

Sociology throughout the Projector takes factor with the query of the way modern movie will help answering the overall, summary yet nonetheless pressing query: what's the social at the present time? This publication explains the performative relation to modern social conception within which cinema features as a device for social diagnosis.



There is way to be discovered approximately social conception via an come across with motion pictures as motion pictures are half and parcel of the society they painting. more and more lay wisdom approximately social difficulties and evidence stems from cinema because it deals to giant audiences a favored and pedagogical advent to social wisdom. Social conception can't steer clear of a severe engagement with cinema as cinema translates, invents, displaces and distorts the item of sociological inquiry.



This e-book will offer a deeper figuring out of latest social thought because the selected motion pictures will paintings as a pedagogical path into modern social thought. the flicks signify a mixture of eu and American blockbusters and extra aesthetically oriented motion pictures.



The authors query numerous dominant themes and matters inside of social concept and movie reviews. to begin with, by way of cross-examining a chain of thoughts equivalent to identification, illustration, reminiscence and surveillance (filming social behaviour) that are of outrage to either movie idea and social idea. Secondly, by means of attempting to strengthen resourceful techniques to straightforward social issues equivalent to exclusion, gender roles and inequalities, strength, infantilisation and commodification of the social and mental bonds.  



This e-book may be an excellent source for college students and researchers of Sociology, modern Social thought, movie reports and Cultural reports.

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Download The Trauma Graphic Novel (Routledge Research in Cultural and by Andrés Romero-Jódar PDF

By Andrés Romero-Jódar

The finish of the 20 th century and the flip of the hot millennium witnessed an unparalleled flood of irritating narratives and stories of discomfort in literature and the humanities. photograph novels, unfastened ultimately from lengthy many years of stern censorship, helped discover those issues through constructing a brand new subgenre: the trauma picture novel. This e-book seeks to investigate this development in the course of the attention of 5 influential picture novels in English. Works via Paul Hornschemeier, Joe Sacco, artwork Spiegelman, Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons could be regarded as illustrative examples of the illustration of person, collective, and political traumas. This ebook offers a hyperlink among the modern feedback of Trauma stories and the more and more vital global of comedian books and picture novels.

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Download The Politics of Southeast Asia's New Media by William Atkins PDF

By William Atkins

The earlier decade has obvious an immense structural shift in broadcasting in Southeast Asia, with the improvement of electronic satellite tv for pc and cable broadcasting. This shift has impacted upon probably the most information-sensitive governments on this planet: Singapore, Malaysia and, until eventually lately, Indonesia. Atkins lines this improvement in 5 international locations, exhibiting that the problem to authoritarian regimes, expected via smooth theorists as a result of globalization of reports and knowledge, isn't really materializing. as an alternative, a brand new advertisement elite has arisen, Southeast Asia's personal mini-moguls, who act as gatekeepers for nation pursuits, as companions to worldwide media companies.

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