Sex, Lies and Democracy

Hugh Stephenson , Michael Bromley

Editura: Longman
Do the Press have a case for asserting their right and moral obligation to call figures in the public eye to account? Or is it time for the government to abandon the Press Complaints Commission and introduce some legislation to deal with the problem? Is there really a problem?The question of the accountability and regulation of the Press has become a central theme of contemporary life and is the focus of this new book.
  • Limba : Engleza
  • Cuprins : Contributors.
    Acknowledgements.
    Introduction.
    Part I: THE PRESS AND ITS DISCONTENTS
    1. Tickle the public: consumerism rules - Hugh Stephenson
    2. The 'tabloiding' of Britain: 'quality' newspapers in the 1990s - Michael Bromley
    3. Demographics and values: what the British public reads and what it thinks about its newspapers - Robert M. Worcester
    4. An overview of the current debate on press regulation in France - Christophe Texier
    Part II: PRESS REGULATION AND ACCOUNTABILITY
    5. Managing the press in a medium-sized European power - John Tulloch
    6. Demanding accountability: the press, the Royal Commissions and the pressure for reform, 1945-77 - Tom O'Malley
    7. Kith and sin: press accountability in the USA - Walter Jaehnig
    8. Media quality control in the USA and Europe - Claude-Jean Bertrand
    Part III: PEOPLE AND PROCESSES IN ACCOUNTABILITY
    9. Interpreting codes of conduct - Adrian Page
    10. Teaching ethics to journalists in the United Kingdom - Barbara Thomass
    11. 'Wa
  • Data Publicarii : 1998
  • Editie : 1
  • Format : Paperback
  • Numar pagini : 192
  • ISBN : 9780582293328
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