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Media Freedom and Pluralism
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Addresses a critical analysis of major media policies in the European Union and Council of Europe at the period of profound changes affecting both media environments and use, as well as the logic of media policy-making and reconfiguration of traditional regulatory models. The analytical problem-related approach seems to better reflect a media policy process as an interrelated part of European integration, formation of European citizenship, and exercise of communication rights within the European communicative space. The question of normative expectations is to be compared in this case with media policy rationales, mechanisms of implementation (transposing rules from EU to national levels), and outcomes.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. pp. c-ii
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  1. Title page
  2. pp. iii-iii
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  1. Copyright page
  2. pp. iv-iv
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  1. Table of Contents
  2. pp. v-vi
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  1. List of Tables
  2. pp. vii-viii
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  1. List of Figures
  2. pp. ix-x
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  1. Introduction: Harmonizing European Media Policy: Supranational Regulatory Trends and National Responses
  2. pp. xi-xxvi
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  1. SECTION 1: Media Policy Rationales and Models
  2. pp. 1-2
  1. Chapter 1: Towards Democratic Regulation of European Media and Communication
  2. pp. 3-26
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  1. Chapter 2: Visions of Media Pluralism and Freedom of Expression in EU Information Society Policies
  2. pp. 27-44
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  1. Chapter 3: From Media Policy to Integrated Communications Policy: How to Apply the Paradigm Shift on a European and National Level
  2. pp. 45-58
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  1. SECTION 2: Content and Service-related Regulation
  2. pp. 59-60
  1. Chapter 4: New Media Legislation: Methods of Implementing Rules Relating to On-Demand Services
  2. pp. 61-76
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  1. Chapter 5: A Failure in Limiting Restrictions on Freedom of Speech: The Case of the Audiovisual Media Services Directive
  2. pp. 77-96
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  1. Chapter 7: Television: The Stepmother?
  2. pp. 125-156
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  1. Chapter 8: Challenges of Regulation of the Blogosphere
  2. pp. 157-172
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  1. SECTION 3: Structural Regulation: Media Pluralism, Concentration, Diversity of Content and Services
  2. pp. 173-174
  1. Chapter 9: Audience Resistance: Reasons to Relax Content Regulation
  2. pp. 175-192
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  1. Chapter 10: From PSB to PSM: A New Promise for Public Service Provision in the Information Society
  2. pp. 193-228
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  1. Chapter 11: Regulating Media Concentration within the Council of Europe and the European Union
  2. pp. 229-244
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  1. Chapter 12: Which Governance for the European Audiovisual Landscape? A Multidimensional Perspective
  2. pp. 245-260
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  1. Chapter 13: The Link That Matters: Media Concentration and Diversity of Content
  2. pp. 261-274
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  1. Chapter 14: Developing the “Third Sector”: Community Media Policies in Europe
  2. pp. 275-298
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  1. Bibliography
  2. pp. 299-330
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 331-336
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  1. back cover
  2. pp. bc-bc
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