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by Jostein Gripsrud,Hallvard Moe,Anders Molander,Graham Murdock

  • ISBN: 1848607849
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Jostein Gripsrud,Hallvard Moe,Anders Molander,Graham Murdock
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd; Four-Volume Set ed. edition (December 29, 2010)
  • Pages: 1672
  • ePub book: 1491 kb
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he phenomenon of the public sphere as it is conceived in these four volumes has many different precursors. The bourgeois public sphere formed in 18th century Western Europe and North America represented a break with all of these antecedents

he phenomenon of the public sphere as it is conceived in these four volumes has many different precursors. The bourgeois public sphere formed in 18th century Western Europe and North America represented a break with all of these antecedents. It was not about the proclamation of decisions already made, but about discursive processes oriented toward a rational or reasonable decision on matters of common interest.

Though much has been written about the public sphere, this ambitious and generous collection of key texts is. .Jostein Gripsrud is professor of Media Studies at the University of Bergen in Norway.

Though much has been written about the public sphere, this ambitious and generous collection of key texts is truly in a class by itself. Hallvard Moe is associate professor of Information Science and Media Studies at the University of Bergen in Norway.

The notion of 'the public sphere' has become increasingly central to.Jostein Gripsrud, Hallvard Moe, Anders Molander, Graham Murdock.

The notion of 'the public sphere' has become increasingly central to theories and studies of democracy, media, and culture over the last few decades. It has also gained political importance in the context of the European Union's efforts to strengthen democracy, integration, and identity. This book brings key texts by the leading contributors in the field together in a single volume. It explores current topics such as the role of religion in public affairs, the implications of the internet for organizing public deliberation, and the of public issues.

Gripsrud, J, Hallvard Moe, Anders Molander, and Graham Murdock (ed. (2010) The Idea of the Public Sphere: A Reader, Lexington Books: Plymouth. Habermas, J (1989) The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere: an Inquiry into a Category of Bourgeois Society, Cambridge: Polity. Habermas, J (1992a) ‘Further Reflections on the Public Sphere’, in C Calhoun (e.

Finding books BookSee BookSee - Download books for free. The Idea of the Public Sphere: A Reader. 2. 7 Mb. The Handbook of Political Economy of Communications (Global Media and Communication Handbook Series (IAMCR)). Janet Wasko, Graham Murdock, Helena Sousa.

The idea of the public sphere as the space where citizens come together to deliberate on issues of common concern and to critique and influence the government has been one of the most influential and contested concepts since the beginning of debates on the constitution of democracy. Not simply of historical interest, the notion of a public sphere remains central to contemporary issues such as the democratic potential of the internet, the challenges posed by the resurgence of fundamentalisms, and the possibilities for a post-national, cosmopolitan, political order in the age of globalization.

This four volume set is a ′must-have′ guide to the idea of the public sphere, its history, the ongoing struggles over its meaning and importance to democracy, and its continuing relevance to emerging issues. It offers an authoritative presentation of the ′canon′ in this area of scholarship, emphasizing 20th century and recent contributions.

Volume 1 Defining the Public Sphere

Volume 2 The Political Public Sphere

Volume 3 The Cultural Public Sphere

Volume 4 The Future of the Public Sphere