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By Jerry Schwartz

This e-book conversing usually to warfare correspondents or severe reporters. a lot of the data used to be now not priceless to a small city journalist who's simply searching for find out how to interview and ethics.

Most of the e-book consisted of examples of serious writing. All you'll want to do is choose up front web page of any huge newspaper and you'll get top of the range examples of journalism. i presumed this used to be thoroughly pointless. now not what I expected.

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New York: Zone Books. 31 2 VANGUARD MEDIA The promise of strategic communication? ” (Marx and Engels, The Communist Manifesto, 1848) Since the beginnings of the financial crisis in 2007, the spectre of ‘communism’ has begun to haunt the world for the first time in a quarter century, amidst the tumult of growing social and political unrest, from the ‘Arab Spring’ to Quebec’s ‘Maple Spring’, from anti-austerity protests in Europe to the spread of Occupy Wall Street (OWS) across the US and beyond. These waves of widespread unrest are evidence that neoliberalism has failed to maintain the ‘consent’ of the governed, and yet the governed, or at least the ‘Left’, have been unable to take advantage of the ‘crisis’.

At its best, as Nomai (2008: 31) suggests: Culture jamming, by and large, does not directly confront its target of critique. Instead, the critique within culture jamming texts shrouds itself in the very 28 ALTERNATIVE LOGICS? language, symbols and aesthetics of its intended target. Culture jammers, then, rarely present their criticism in a straightforward manner. Instead, viewers of these jams are first confronted by what seems on the surface to be an original, until further inspection reveals it as a copy that is a repudiation of the original.

Linda Jean Kenix (Chapter 5) argues for a convergence model of media practices that takes account of how alternative media place themselves (and are placed) within a wide media environment. This is not to ignore the distinctive features of alternative media, but rather to problematise their relationship with more dominant media ideologies and practices. James F. Hamilton (Chapter 6) argues that, in light of social media, features that once made alternative media unique – open access, interactivity, mobility – are now commonplace.

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