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Media Audiences in Ireland: Power and Cultural Identity

Power and Cultural Identity

Exploring key areas relating to media, power and cultural identity, this study looks at the effects of the media in Ireland, first radio, then television, and now the newer media.

288 pages


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Table of Contents

Participatory media and audience response, Mary J. Kelly the arts show audience, Brian O’Neill gender, class and television viewing, Barbara O’Connor the female audience and the pleasures of the cinema, Helen Byrne a study of community relations broadcasting in Northern Ireland, Paul Nolan dominant ideologies and media power, the case of Northern Ireland, David Miller Northern Ireland audiences and television news, David Miller talk radio and the public sphere, Sara O’Sullivan divorce referendum coverage a history of Irish language broadcasting, Iarfhlaith Watson "Glenroe", its audience and the coverage of social problems, Eoin Devereux children and television pleasure, Margaret Gunning.

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