Vol 20, No 1 (1995)

Media in Eastern Europe


Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial
Rowland Lorimer

Papers

The Russian Press after Perestroika
Andrei G. Richter
From the Mountains of Visions to the Valleys of Reality: New Legal Frameworks for Broadcasting in Eastern and Central Europe
Wolfgang Kleinwachter
Rethinking the Social Role of the Media in a Society in Transition
Oleg Manaev
The New Media Landscape in Bulgaria
Maria Bakardjieva
Power Shift?: Towards a Political Economy of Canadian Telecommunications and Regulation
Dwayne Winseck

Research in Brief

News and the Institutional Perspective: Sources in Terror Stories
James H. Wittebols

Reviews

Reporting the Nation's Business: Press-Government Relations during the Liberal Years, 1935-1957
Akira Ichikawa
The Codes of Advertising: Fetishism and the Political Economy of Meaning in the Consumer Society
Beth Seaton
Promotional Culture: Advertising, Ideology and Symbolic Expression
Beth Seaton
The New Icons?: The Art of Television Advertising
Beth Seaton
Pornography (Communication Concepts 5)
Ki Namaste
The Jaguar and the Anteater: Pornography and the Modern World
Ki Namaste
Media in Transition: From Totalitarianism to Democracy
Gertrude J. Robinson
Glasnost, Perestroika and the Soviet Media
J. Guy Lalande
Soviet Media in Transition: Structural and Economic Alternatives
J. Guy Lalande
The News under Russia's Old Regime: The Development of a Mass Circulation Press
J. Guy Lalande
The Audience Reflected in the Medium of Law: A Critique of the Political Economy of Speech Rights in the United States
David Pritchard
Morals and the Media: Ethics in Canadian Journalism
Stanley B. Cunningham
Gendered Lives: Communication, Gender and Culture
Leslie Regan Shade
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