By Charles J. Stewart,Craig Allen Smith,Robert E. Denton Jr.
By Charles J. Stewart,Craig Allen Smith,Robert E. Denton Jr.
By Matthew D. Matsaganis,Vikki S. Katz,Sandra Ball-Rokeach
This is the 1st publication to supply a entire assessment and research of ways media produced by ethnic groups, and for ethnic groups, have an effect on identification and perceived traces of department among "us" and "others," in addition to how the construction and intake of ethnic media have an effect on the nature of the bigger media and societal landscapes.
Integrating key ethnic media reviews with unique examine, this e-book makes a distinct contribution to the instructing literature by means of protecting either shoppers and manufacturers of ethnic media, in addition to the historical past of ethnic media, its position in ethnic groups, the impression of globalization, and the pro demanding situations confronted through ethnic media journalists. A compelling dialogue of the way forward for ethnic media concludes the e-book and issues the way in which towards additional research.
By Gregory J. Shepherd,Jeffrey St. John,Ted Striphas
By Radhika Gajjala
By James C. Humes
The presidency, in Theodore Roosevelt's well-known phrases, is a Bully Pulpit. not anyone has studied the presidency from this vantage aspect. This booklet, in a feeling, is a examine of yank political heritage visible during the prism of chosen presidential addresses. It unearths how presidents used significant addresses to create a topic for his or her administrations, to introduce history-making laws or courses, or to rally effectively a majority of the state at the back of their rules. No different e-book has tested the main presidential addresses--their building and their impact--as heritage. No different booklet examines, in such element, the history of the speechwriters who drafted the addresses. James C. Humes, a former White condo speechwriter, has a different knowing of the method of presidential speech-drafting.
A unmarried speech could be a defining element in American background, corresponding to the Kennedy inaugural (Ask now not what your kingdom can do for you, ask what you are able to do on your country), or a rallying cry, resembling Franklin Roosevelt's inaugural (The purely factor we need to worry is worry itself). it could possibly turn into an American creed as did the Gettysburg tackle or a prophecy just like the Reagan tackle to the homes of Parliament in 1982. Washington's Farewell handle might prescribe our behavior in international coverage for a century, as did the Monroe Doctrine in 1823. occasionally the message is a statement for warfare, reminiscent of Wilson's speech in 1917, or a struggle opposed to an fiscal elite like Jackson's financial institution veto in 1832 or Cleveland's Tariff message in 1887. This ebook is of serious curiosity not just to historians and political scientists but in addition to scholars of the presidency and government.
By Susan R. Fussell
The chapters are equipped into 3 vast components: historical past conception, figurative language use, and social/cultural facets of emotional communique. half I stories primary concerns within the verbal conversation of emotion. half II examines the position of metaphor and different figures of speech in emotional conversation in either daily language and psychotherapeutic contexts. half III seems at methods feelings are embedded in better socio-culture procedures. Taken as an entire, the chapters supply a accomplished examine the present kingdom of study at the use of language in affective verbal exchange and recommend a couple of attention-grabbing instructions for destiny research.
By Josef Trappel,Jeanette Steemers,Barbara Thomass
When the monetary markets collapsed in 2008, the media used to be plagued by a big hunch in advertisements sales, and a previously hugely profitable enterprise version fell right into a nation of deterioration. This financial concern has threatened middle social values of up to date democracies, corresponding to freedom, range and equality. Taking a normative and coverage point of view, this ebook discusses threats and possibilities for the media in Europe: What are the results of the trouble for pro journalism, the media undefined, and the method of political conversation? Can non- kingdom and non-market actors make the most of the challenge? And what are media coverage solutions on the nationwide and ecu level?
By Torkild Thellefsen,Bent Sorensen
In 2014, Peirce can have been useless for 100 years. The e-book will have fun this amazing, prolific philosopher and the relevance of his proposal for semiotics, verbal exchange, and cognitive experiences. extra importantly, although, it's going to supply an incredible assertion of the present prestige of Peirce's paintings inside of semiotics. the amount might be a contribution to either semiotics and Peirce stories.
By Isabel Ermida
The publication bargains a finished account of ways humor works in brief tales, by way of providing a version of narrative comedy that's pragmatically in addition to semantically, grammatically and stylistically trained. it's the first learn to mix a sequential research of the comedian brief tale with a hierarchical one, merging jointly horizontal and vertical narratological views in a scientific means. The ebook covers the most components of linguistic research and is intentionally interdisciplinary, utilizing enter from philosophy, sociology and psychology so one can comment on the character, motivations and services of humor as a cognitive phenomenon in a social context. Crucially, The Language of comedian Narratives combines a scholarly strategy with a cautious clarification of key words and ideas, making it obtainable to researchers and scholars, in addition to non-specialists. furthermore, it reports a large diversity of ancient severe facts via reading the resource texts, and it presents many funny examples, from jokes to extracts from comedian narratives. hence, it seeks to anchor concept in particular texts, and in addition to teach that many linguistic mechanisms of humor are universal to jokes and longer, literary comedian narratives. The booklet checks the version of funny narratives on a collection of comedian brief tales by means of British and American writers, starting from Evelyn Waugh and Dorothy Parker, via Graham Greene and Corey Ford, to David hotel and Woody Allen. The validity of the version is proven via a next dialogue of obvious counter-examples.
By Jan Servaes
This publication offers study that makes a speciality of Sustainable improvement in Asia. Chapters are prolonged works of papers offered at Communication/Culture and The Sustainable improvement objectives (CCSDG): demanding situations for a brand new iteration, a global convention held in Chiang Mai college in December 2015. The chapters deal with tests of Millennium improvement ambitions in different Asian international locations and the sector as a complete. The publication additionally identifies and discusses the alterations and power advancements within the transition from Millennium improvement pursuits (2000-2015) to Sustainable improvement targets (2015-2030). parts which are coated within the publication, that are illustrated with case stories, contain company Social responsibility, info and Communications applied sciences, and Small Medium organisations (SMEs). The ebook serves as an invaluable source for lecturers, students, scholars, and policymakers, attracted to improvement Studies.