Media Studies

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Media Studies
Author : Robert Kolker
File Size : 51,7 Mb
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Language : English
Release Date : 24 February 2009
ISBN : 9781405155601
Pages : 329 pages
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Media Studies by Robert Kolker Book PDF Summary

Media Studies is a comprehensive text for introductory and advanced courses in the growing field of media studies, integrating history with close textual analysis in a concise, readable style. Explores the growing synergies between print and online journalism, and the growth of independent journalism through blogging Discusses the ways advertising is connected to print and screen, economically and from the perspective of the reader Gives students the analytical skills they need in a presentation that is readable without sacrificing complexity Allows students to move within the media they know while increasing comprehension

Media Studies

Media Studies is a comprehensive text for introductory and advanced courses in the growing field of media studies, integrating history with close textual analysis in a concise, readable style. Explores the growing synergies between print and online journalism, and the growth of independent journalism through blogging Discusses the ways advertising

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