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Radical media : rebellious communication and social movements

Author: John Downing
Publisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, ©2001.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Downing, John (John Derek Hall).
Radical media.
Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, ©2001
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Downing
ISBN: 0803956983 9780803956988 0803956991 9780803956995
OCLC Number: 43728884
Description: xiv, 426 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Concepts : radical media intersect media theory. Popular culture, audiences, and radical media --
Power, hegemony, resistance --
Social movements, the public sphere, networks --
Community, democracy, dialogue, and radical media --
Art, aesthetics, radical media, and communication --
Radical media organization : two models --
Religion, ethnicity, and the international dimension --
Repressive radical media --
Conclusions. 2. Radical media tapestry : communicative rebellion historically and globally. Public speech, dance, jokes, and song --
Graffiti and dress --
Popular theater, street theater, performance art, and culture-jamming --
The press --
Mind bombs : woodcuts, satirical prints, flyers, photomontage, posters, and murals --
Radio --
Film and video --
Radical internet use / Tamara Villarreal Ford and Genève Gil. 3. Extended case studies. The Portuguese explosion : the collapse of dictatorship and colonialism, 1974-1975 --
Italy : three decades of radical media --
Access television and grassroots political communication in the United States / Laura Stein --
KPFA, Berkeley, and Free Radio Berkeley --
Samizdat in the former Soviet bloc --
A hexagon by way of a conclusion.
Responsibility: by John D.H. Downing ; with Tamara Villarreal Ford, Genève Gil, and Laura Stein.
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