Communication and Citizenship: Journalism and the Public by Peter Dahlgren, Colin Sparks

By Peter Dahlgren, Colin Sparks

Appears at how the media can tell most of the people in regards to the international at a time while public carrier broadcasting is less than assault and the preferred press performs to the marketplace with an output of sensationalism.

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This has given rise to the contention that a distinction should be made between different forms of entertainment. While the provision of pleasure through the media is an important public good, entertainment should not be judged solely in terms of consumer gratification. Media fiction should also provide, it is argued, an adequate way for society to commune with itself. This is usually defined as promoting human understanding, mutuality and tolerance, either in classic humanist8 or feminist9 terms.

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