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陈世华   社会科学文献出版社  2017-12 出版
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本书以知识谱系的写法,对北美传播政治经济学的历史、范畴、谱系进行梳理,勾勒出北美传播政治经济学作为一个学科和流派的发展、演变、拓展和繁衍的知识谱系图,理解其主要视野和解释传播的路径,提炼该学派的理论精髓,思考其对中国传播业和传播研究的启示和可借鉴之处。
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  • 内容摘要
  • 1 导论
    1. 1.1 研究问题、假设和概念界定
    2. 1.2 选题意义
    3. 1.3 研究综述
    4. 1.4 研究路径和方法
    5. 1.5 难点和创新
  • 2 北美传播政治经济学知识谱系和理论发展
    1. 2.1 渊源
    2. 2.2 奠基
    3. 2.3 繁衍
    4. 2.4 前沿
    5. 结语
  • 3 北美传播政治经济学的思想渊源
    1. 3.1 政治经济学的分析路径
    2. 3.2 马克思主义的批判旨趣
    3. 3.3 多伦多学派的技术批判
    4. 3.4 社会学思想传统和北美新闻传播研究
    5. 3.5 其他社会思潮
    6. 结语
  • 4 达拉斯·斯麦兹:传播政策与结构
    1. 4.1 斯麦兹的研究历程和学术轨迹
    2. 4.2 传播政策批判
    3. 4.3 传播技术批判
    4. 4.4 受众商品论
    5. 4.5 媒介依附论
    6. 结语
  • 5 席勒:媒介帝国主义与思想管理
    1. 5.1 复合体和媒介帝国主义
    2. 5.2 思想管理者和信息劳动力
    3. 5.3 传播与文化宰制:信息技术和自由流通批判
    4. 5.4 信息传播与社会危机:信息不平等的批判
    5. 结语
  • 6 电影政治经济学
    1. 6.1 电影政治经济学的学术传承和知识谱系
    2. 6.2 电影的本质和功能
    3. 6.3 电影工业的拓展
    4. 6.4 电影的经济控制
    5. 6.5 电影依附和自治
    6. 结语
  • 7 媒体政治经济学
    1. 7.1 媒体政治经济学的代表人物
    2. 7.2 权力代理和宣传模式:媒体角色和行为的批判
    3. 7.3 媒介垄断和解除管制的批判
    4. 7.4 新闻管理和媒介框架:解构客观性和职业主义
    5. 7.5 媒介改革路径
    6. 结语
  • 8 信息政治经济学
    1. 8.1 信息和信息技术批判
    2. 8.2 信息补贴
    3. 8.3 信息和知识劳动力
    4. 8.4 个人信息和自治:全景分类
    5. 结语
  • 9 互联网政治经济学
    1. 9.1 反商业化:互联网发展路径批判
    2. 9.2 数字资本主义:互联网的性质和功能
    3. 9.3 教育商业化:互联网对教育的冲击
    4. 9.4 自由的幻象:互联网能让我们自由吗?
    5. 结语
  • 10 广告政治经济学
    1. 10.1 广告政治经济学的基本取向
    2. 10.2 广告的性质
    3. 10.3 广告的功能
    4. 10.4 广告中的控制
    5. 结语
  • 11 北美传播政治经济学的跨学科取向
    1. 11.1 传播政治经济学与种族研究
    2. 11.2 传播政治经济学与女性主义
    3. 11.3 传播政治经济学与民族志
    4. 11.4 传播政治经济学和文化研究的争论与融合
    5. 11.5 传播政治经济学的反思和修正
    6. 结语:不忘初心,方得始终
  • 12 “我们不自由的传播”:北美传播政治经济学的理论精髓
    1. 12.1 我们-不自由-传播
    2. 12.2 为什么“不自由”
    3. 12.3 自由传播的期待
    4. 结语
  • 13 传播即控制:北美传播政治经济学的元理论解析
    1. 13.1 何为元理论
    2. 13.2 哲学基础:马克思主义
    3. 13.3 传播本体论:传播即控制
    4. 13.4 唯物主义的世界观
    5. 13.5 现实主义的认识论
    6. 13.6 传播价值观:公平优先于效率
    7. 13.7 传播人性观:消极受众
    8. 13.8 实践观
    9. 13.9 方法论:质量并行
    10. 结语
  • 14 传播政治经济学的话语分析
    1. 14.1 话语、话语分析和批评性话语分析
    2. 14.2 文本向度:《盲点》的文本结构和修辞策略
    3. 14.3 知识考古:《盲点》思想预设和理论前提
    4. 14.4 实践向度:《盲点》的话语实践和社会实践
    5. 结语
  • 15 再造传媒:北美传播政治经济学对中国传媒的启示
    1. 15.1 公开透明的决策讨论
    2. 15.2 保障公共性
    3. 15.3 反对过度商业化
    4. 15.4 坚持新闻专业主义
    5. 结语
  • 16 北美传播政治经济学对中国传播研究的启示
    1. 16.1 建构中国传播研究的主体性
    2. 16.2 传播学者承担道德责任
    3. 16.3 采纳政治经济学路径
    4. 16.4 寻求和告知真相
    5. 16.5 独立的姿态和左翼的批判取向
    6. 16.6 批判与建言并行
    7. 16.7 超越学术的参与
    8. 16.8 清晰浅显的教学和表达方式
    9. 结语
  • 附录1 电影政治经济学的代表人物:托马斯·古巴克
    1. 一 电影的本质和功能
    2. 二 对电影院行业的考察
    3. 三 美国电影拓展的政治经济学解读
    4. 四 电影依附与自治
    5. 五 电影政治经济学的基本取向
    6. 小结
  • 附录2 批判学派中的批判者和建构者:麦克切斯尼
    1. 一 美国传播工业的真相
    2. 二 传播拐点和传播研究革命
    3. 三 媒介改革路径
    4. 小结
  • 附录3 受众商品论的理论溯源和未来走向
    1. 一 斯麦兹的受众商品论
    2. 二 受众商品论的争论
    3. 三 互联网时代的受众商品论
    4. 四 受众商品论的启示及未来走向
    5. 五 超越学术的参与
  • 附录4 欧洲传播政治经济学的理论传统与当代特色
    1. 一 思想渊源和哲学基础:回到马克思
    2. 二 研究视角:日常生活导向
    3. 三 研究框架:结构化
    4. 四 研究对象:回到文化和文本
    5. 五 学科边界:与文化研究的融合和分歧
    6. 六 研究路径:唯物主义指导下的多元取向
    7. 结语
  • 附录5 北美传播政治经济学谱系图
  • 后记
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