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The Resource British Broadcasting and the public-private dichotomy : neoliberalism, citizenship and the public sphere, Simon Dawes

British Broadcasting and the public-private dichotomy : neoliberalism, citizenship and the public sphere, Simon Dawes

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British Broadcasting and the public-private dichotomy : neoliberalism, citizenship and the public sphere
Title
British Broadcasting and the public-private dichotomy
Title remainder
neoliberalism, citizenship and the public sphere
Statement of responsibility
Simon Dawes
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This text offers a theoretical engagement with the ways in which private and public interests - and how those interests have been understood - have framed the changing rationale for broadcasting regulation, using the first century of UK broadcasting as a starting point. Unlike most books on broadcasting, this text adopts an explicitly Foucauldian and genealogical perspective in its account of media history and power, and unpicks how the meanings of terms such as 'public service' and 'public interest', as well as 'competition' and 'choice', have evolved over time. In considering the appropriation by broadcasting scholars of concepts such as neoliberalism, citizenship and the public sphere to a critical account of broadcasting history, the book assesses their appropriateness and efficacy by engaging with interdisciplinary debates on each concept. This work will be of particular significance to academics and students with an interest in media theory, history, policy and regulation, as well as those disposed to understanding as well as critiquing the neoliberalization of public media
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Dawes, Simon,
Dewey number
  • 384.540941
  • 384.0941
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • British Broadcasting Corporation
  • Television
Label
British Broadcasting and the public-private dichotomy : neoliberalism, citizenship and the public sphere, Simon Dawes
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Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • British Broadcasting and the Public-Private Dichotomy; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Part I Introduction, Theory and Methodology; 1 Broadcasting Regulation, History and Theory; Broadcasting Regulation; Broadcasting History; Broadcasting Theory; Problematizing Broadcasting Critique; Aims and Structure; 2 Genealogy, Critique and the Public-Private Dichotomy; Public and Private; Power and Critique; Genealogy and Problematization; Conclusion; Part II Key Concepts in Broadcasting Regulation; 3 Broadcasting and the Public Sphere; PSB and the Public Sphere
  • Public Opinion and Rational-Critical DebateThe Pre-History of the Public Sphere; Press Freedom and Liberalism; The Social Welfare State and the Mass Media; Exclusions and Omissions -- A Historical Revision; Conclusion; 4 Broadcasting, Citizenship and Consumption; Broadcasting, Citizens and Consumers; Citizenship Rights and Equality; Citizenship, Participation and Culture; Critiquing Consumerism; Acknowledging Consumption; Conclusion; 5 Broadcasting and Neoliberalism; The Privatization, Marketization and Neoliberalization of Broadcasting; Naming Neoliberalism; Historicizing Neoliberalism
  • Neoliberal IdeologyNeoliberal Governmentality; Liberalism and Neoliberalism; Conclusion; Part III Problematizing Broadcasting Regulation in the UK; 6 Problematizing Public Control, Service, Interest and Value; Public Control and Private Enterprise; Public Service and Public Interest; The Wider Public Interest; Public Service, Market Failure and Consumer Sovereignty; A Wider Economic Framework; Public Value and the New Market Framework; Conclusion; 7 Problematizing the Public, Citizens and Consumers; Consumer Sovereignty; Citizens and Consumers; Conclusion
  • 8 Problematizing Monopoly, Competition and ChoiceMonopoly; Competition; Good and Bad Competition; Choice and Competition Regulation; Conclusion; Part IV Confronting the Public-Private Dichotomy; 9 The Social, the Political and the Public Sphere; Political and Social Rights; The Social and the Political; Politics Beyond Citizenship; Conclusion; 10 Individualization, Voice and Citizenship; Moralism, Relativism and Critique; Individualization -- Beyond the Citizen-Consumer Dichotomy?; Voice; Conclusion; 11 Neoliberalization as Discursive Process; 'Actually Existing' Neoliberalism
  • Between Ideological and Governmental ApproachesConclusion; 12 Why the Public-Private Dichotomy Still Matters; The Problematizations; The Dichotomies; Critique and Neoliberalism; Concluding Remarks; References; Sources (chronological order); Index
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ocn993623544
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1 online resource
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online
Isbn
9783319500973
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unknown
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SpringerLink
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not applicable
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unknown
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)993623544
Label
British Broadcasting and the public-private dichotomy : neoliberalism, citizenship and the public sphere, Simon Dawes
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • British Broadcasting and the Public-Private Dichotomy; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Part I Introduction, Theory and Methodology; 1 Broadcasting Regulation, History and Theory; Broadcasting Regulation; Broadcasting History; Broadcasting Theory; Problematizing Broadcasting Critique; Aims and Structure; 2 Genealogy, Critique and the Public-Private Dichotomy; Public and Private; Power and Critique; Genealogy and Problematization; Conclusion; Part II Key Concepts in Broadcasting Regulation; 3 Broadcasting and the Public Sphere; PSB and the Public Sphere
  • Public Opinion and Rational-Critical DebateThe Pre-History of the Public Sphere; Press Freedom and Liberalism; The Social Welfare State and the Mass Media; Exclusions and Omissions -- A Historical Revision; Conclusion; 4 Broadcasting, Citizenship and Consumption; Broadcasting, Citizens and Consumers; Citizenship Rights and Equality; Citizenship, Participation and Culture; Critiquing Consumerism; Acknowledging Consumption; Conclusion; 5 Broadcasting and Neoliberalism; The Privatization, Marketization and Neoliberalization of Broadcasting; Naming Neoliberalism; Historicizing Neoliberalism
  • Neoliberal IdeologyNeoliberal Governmentality; Liberalism and Neoliberalism; Conclusion; Part III Problematizing Broadcasting Regulation in the UK; 6 Problematizing Public Control, Service, Interest and Value; Public Control and Private Enterprise; Public Service and Public Interest; The Wider Public Interest; Public Service, Market Failure and Consumer Sovereignty; A Wider Economic Framework; Public Value and the New Market Framework; Conclusion; 7 Problematizing the Public, Citizens and Consumers; Consumer Sovereignty; Citizens and Consumers; Conclusion
  • 8 Problematizing Monopoly, Competition and ChoiceMonopoly; Competition; Good and Bad Competition; Choice and Competition Regulation; Conclusion; Part IV Confronting the Public-Private Dichotomy; 9 The Social, the Political and the Public Sphere; Political and Social Rights; The Social and the Political; Politics Beyond Citizenship; Conclusion; 10 Individualization, Voice and Citizenship; Moralism, Relativism and Critique; Individualization -- Beyond the Citizen-Consumer Dichotomy?; Voice; Conclusion; 11 Neoliberalization as Discursive Process; 'Actually Existing' Neoliberalism
  • Between Ideological and Governmental ApproachesConclusion; 12 Why the Public-Private Dichotomy Still Matters; The Problematizations; The Dichotomies; Critique and Neoliberalism; Concluding Remarks; References; Sources (chronological order); Index
Control code
ocn993623544
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319500973
Level of compression
unknown
Note
SpringerLink
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)993623544

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