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In this sweeping work of intellectual reportage, one of Britain's most distinguished journalists and media commentators analyses for the first time the state of journalism worldwide.
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A revelatory look at the rise of the 'attention merchants', the advertising marketeers who influence and control our consumption in ways previously unimagined.
A dramatic and revealing history of the BBC during some of its most turbulent and testing years.
Peter Chippindale, Chris Horrie introduction by Chris Horrie
Bringing great writing back into print - a Faber Finds book.
Mary H. Snyder
The introduction of an academic means for critical analysis of film adaptations.
This anthology examines the relationship between journalism and PR and asks whether the public can ever get close to the truth through the media.
Ziauddin Sardar, illustrated by Borin van Loon
A fascinating and highly accessible overview of this radical critical approach to understanding power, ideology, race, class and gender.
Ziauddin Sardar and Borin van Loon
A complete but accessible overview of the complex relationship between the media, ideology, knowledge and power.
John Howard Griffin
With foreword by Studs Terkel, Black Like Me serves to remind readers of the ever-present threats of racism and prejudice, and demonstrates the difference one man can make.
Respected commentator Trevor Barr tells the story behind the exponential growth of media and information technology