Resisting the News

Resisting the News holds lessons for educators seeking to promote news literacy; for activists seeking systemic media reform; for anyone who circulates and consumes mediated messages about current issues and events; and for everyone who ...

Resisting the News

Resisting the News brings together unique insights from activists and alternative-media users to offer a distinctive perspective on the problems of journalism today—and how to fix them. Using critical-cultural theory and, in particular, the conceptual frameworks of ritual communication and interpretive communities, this book examines how audiences filter their interpretations of mainstream news through the prisms of their identities and experiences with alternative media and political protest. Jennifer Rauch gives voice to alternative-media audiences and illuminates the cultural resources, values, assumptions, critical skills, and discursive strategies through which they make sense of their news environments. Drawing on a 15-year research project, Rauch employs a variety of qualitative, quantitative, and quasi-ethnographic methods, including focus groups, media-use diaries, close-ended surveys, and open-ended questions, to paint a layered portrait of liberal and conservative critiques of journalism. Shedding new light on popular theories about "how news works" and about "mass" audiences, this book will be useful to students, scholars, and teachers of political communication, journalism studies, media studies, and critical-cultural studies.

Resisting the News

Shedding new light on popular theories about "how news works" and about "mass" audiences, this book will be useful to students, scholars, and teachers of political communication, journalism studies, media studies, and critical-cultural ...

Resisting the News

"Resisting the News brings together unique insights from activists and alternative-media users to offer a distinctive perspective on the problems of journalism today-and how to fix them. Using critical-cultural theory and, in particular, the conceptual frameworks of ritual communication and interpretive communities, this book examines how audiences filter their interpretations of mainstream news through the prisms of their identities and experiences with alternative media and political protest. Rauch gives voice to alternative media audiences and illuminates the cultural resources, values, assumptions, critical skills, and discursive strategies through which they make sense of their news environments. Drawing on a fifteen-year research project, Rauch employs a variety of qualitative, quantitative, and quasi-ethnographic methods-including focus groups, media-use diaries, close-ended surveys, and open-ended questions-to paint a layered portrait of liberal and conservative critiques of journalism. Shedding new light on popular theories about "how news works" and about "mass" audiences, this book will be useful to students, scholars, and teachers of political communication, journalism studies, media studies, and critical-cultural studies"--

Peroxides Advances in Research and Application 2013 Edition

“Spin-On Formulation and Method for Stripping an Ion Implanted Photoresist” in Patent Application Approval Process By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Electronics Newsweekly -- A patent application by the inventors Afzali-Ardakani, ...

Peroxides   Advances in Research and Application  2013 Edition

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Emperor Can t Resist

If he had spread the news that two people from the Western Regions had arrived in the capital, Qin Wenzhou would definitely have left the palace. It had to be said that the empress dowager had always known Qin Wenzhou.

Emperor Can t Resist

Qin Buzhou had been on the battlefield for many years, but he had never seen such an undedicated assassin. Day after day, he grabbed onto his sleeves and hugged his arms, crying for him to accompany him. This was something intolerable, but Qin Buzhou's face was cold. "Last night, His Majesty said that Chenqie had to go through with it, but today, he already changed his mind. As expected of a man, you can't trust his words. Hmph, chenqie is about to leave!" "Yes, I'll do it alone," someone said, his expression unchanged.

Managing Television News

Professional electronic journalists should: • Gather and report news without fear or favor, and vigorously resist undue influence from any outside forces, including advertisers, sources, story subjects, powerful individuals, ...

Managing Television News

Managing Television News provides a practical introduction to the television news producer, one of the most significant and influential roles in a newscast. Recognizing the need for formal training in this key role, authors B. William Silcock, Don Heider, and Mary T. Rogus have combined their expertise and experience to shape this essential resource on the responsibilities, demands, and rewards of the news producer position. Their book provides a strategic approach to producing newscasts and serves as an in-depth guide to creating quality, audience-friendly newscasts working within the realistic limitations of most newsrooms. It helps the student and the professional producer sort through the various deadline-driven challenges of creating a 30-minute newscast. Filled with real-world examples and advice from news directors, producers, and anchors currently in the business, and photographs illustrating the varied perspectives in the position, Managing Television News provides critical skill sets to help resolve ethical dilemmas, as well as keen and fresh insights on how to win the ratings without compromising news quality. Career concerns are also addressed. This resource is a pioneering book for the professional television newsroom and the individual reader interested in starting or expanding a producing career. It is an excellent text for the college classroom, as its structure fits neatly into a semester schedule, and it is a must-have resource for both seasoned and novice producers, as well as students in broadcast news.

The Illustrated sporting dramatic news

RESISTING . CHUBOS PATENT WATCHES , equal to 18 - carat . Horizontal movement , jewelled in 4 holes . Open face , 218. , 255 .; Hunters , 30s . Keyless action , 8 jewels , 508 . Ladies ' and Gentlemen's sizes , free and safe per post ...

The Illustrated sporting   dramatic news


Broadcast News Writing Reporting and Producing

Professional electronic journalists should: Gather and report news without fear or favor, and vigorously resist undue influence from any outside forces, including advertisers, sources, story subjects, powerful individuals, ...

Broadcast News Writing  Reporting  and Producing

Jargon buster: convergent journalism: ?Media convergence is the most significant development in the news industry in the last century. The ability to interchange text, audio, and visual communication over the Internet has fundamentally transformed the way news organizations operate. Convergence has enabled media companies to gather, disseminate, and share information over a variety of platforms. Throughout the history of journalism, it has been common for journalists to study one medium, such as traditional print or broadcast, and to anticipate a career working only in their chosen field. However, the 21st century journalist has fluidity to write and deliver news content in a variety of formats. (source: http://www.convergencejournalism.com/) Broadcast News Writing, Reporting, and Producing presents a solid foundation for any student learning how to become a broadcast journalist ? in today's world of convergent journalism, it is more important than ever that broadcast textbooks cover the most current trends in media. Convergent journalism (the coverage of news across multiple delivery platforms such as the internet, television, podcasts, ipods, blogs, etc) is here to stay ? broadcast journalism continues to morph as newer and more advanced content platforms are hatched and developed, and broadcast journalists must understand how to write, report, and produce for multiple platforms simultaneously. Just one crucial fact remains: students will need training on how to perform successfully in a world in which current events aren't just shown on the ten o'clock evening news. Broadcast News Writing, Reporting, and Producing will be completely overhauled to reflect the trends of convergent journalism on every page. New co-author Frank Barnas brings a multi-faceted perspective of writing, reporting, and producing that allows for multi-platform delivery systems, and shows students with real-world examples the functions and practices of today's media. The new edition will be rewritten and restructured to accommodate common 16-week course modules, and will be divided into four major sections of the news: gathering, writing, reporting, and producing. Sidebars featuring how examples used in the text relate to convergence in journalism help students to draw connections easily between current stories and trends in the industry. The comprehensive approach of this text brings a multi-faceted perspective of writing, reporting, and producing that is needed more than ever in today's world of convergent journalism. This newest edition is being completely overhauled by the experienced journalist Frank Barnas. New photos and illustrations, a restructuring of the text, expanded end-of-chapter exercises, newer and more relevant examples, and more information on producing all contribute to giving readers what they need most: a nuanced understanding of how the media of today function in a world without news boundaries.

FCC Record

Small and medium sized cable operators and other distributors are particularly vulnerable to News Corp. ... to other MVPDs about the prices , terms and conditions of programming carriage or the consequences of resisting News Corp.

FCC Record


After Broadcast News

... more diverse media environment found outside the mainstream news. Even when successful at critiquing and resisting state mobilization, the new media environment raises many troubling issues about its impact on democratic politics.

After Broadcast News

The new media environment has challenged the role of professional journalists as the primary source of politically relevant information. After Broadcast News puts this challenge into historical context, arguing that it is the latest of several critical moments, driven by economic, political, cultural and technological changes, in which the relationship among citizens, political elites and the media has been contested. Out of these past moments, distinct 'media regimes' eventually emerged, each with its own seemingly natural rules and norms, and each the result of political struggle with clear winners and losers. The media regime in place for the latter half of the twentieth century has been dismantled, but a new regime has yet to emerge. Assuring this regime is a democratic one requires serious consideration of what was most beneficial and most problematic about past regimes and what is potentially most beneficial and most problematic about today's new information environment.

Easytalk Advanced

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Easytalk   Advanced

EasyTalk is designed to help many millions of yearly visitors (business and pleasure) to the United States, the many business owners throughout the World who want to take part in the giant U.S. economy, the slightly over 1 million new legal immigrants to the U.S. every year and the millions of resident professionals from the last dozen years or more. Many formerly foreign medical folks in the one of the World’s largest Medical Centers, for example, who asked me to compile a book so they can at least enjoy going to the grocery store, do other shopping or their jobs better. Underlying EasyTalk is the little understood Science of Phonology (hearing and listening) expressed in common, simplified language to achieve these goals. The book’s area of phonology focuses on short and long sounds of our alphabets vowels as they modify conversation syllables in talking or listening to others.

The Branding of Right Wing Activism

The News Media and the Tea Party Khadijah Costley White. protestors” deployed the familiar Robin Hood archetype: an impoverished social rebel and classic underdog resisting the greed of the rich and powerful.

The Branding of Right Wing Activism

From the start of Barack Obama's presidency in 2009, conservative populist groups began fomenting political fractiousness, dissent, and surprising electoral success. The Tea Party was one of the major characters driving this story. But, as Khadijah Costley White argues in this book, the Tea Party's ascent to major political phenomenon can be attributed to the way in which partisan and non-partisan news outlets "branded" the Party as a pot-stirrer in political conflicts over race, class, and gender. In other words, the news media played a major role in developing, cultivating, and promoting populism's brand, particularly within the news spaces of commentary and opinion. Through the language of political marketing, branding, and promotion, the news media not only reported on the Tea Party, but also acted as its political strategist and brand consultant. Moreover, the conservative press acted more as a political party than a news medium, deliberately promoting the Tea Party, and aiding in organizing, headlining, and galvanizing a conservative political base around specific Tea Party candidates, values, and events. In a media environment in which everyone has the opportunity to tune out, tune in, and speak back, The Branding of Right-Wing Activism ultimately shows that distinctions between citizens, journalists, activists, politicians, celebrities, and consumers are more symbolic than concrete.

The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science

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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science


The Design of a Steel Building Frame to Resist Lateral Forces

H. D. Dewall, Engineering News Record, January 1, 1926. Earthquake, Damage and Earthquake Insurance. - J. E. Freeman. Earthquake Resistant Construction. - Henry D. Dewall, Engineering News Record, April 22, 1928.

The Design of a Steel Building Frame to Resist Lateral Forces


Risk and Hyperconnectivity

But what did this research conclude as to the role of media in inciting, organizing, or resisting the riots? Despite news reports and some politicians raising concerns as to the power of social media in the aftermath of the 2011 unrest, ...

Risk and Hyperconnectivity

Risk and Hyperconnectivity brings together for the first time three paradigms: new risk theory, neoliberalization theory, and connectivity theory, to illuminate how the kaleidoscope of risk events in the opening years of the new century has recharged a neoliberal battlespace of media, economy, and security. Hoskins and Tulloch argue that hyperconnectivity is both a conduit of risk and a form of risk in itself, and that it alters the ways in which we experience events and remember them. Through interdisciplinary dialogue and case study analysis they offer original perspectives on the key questions of risk of our age, including: What is the path to a 'balance' between individual privacy and state (or corporate) security? Is hyperconnectivity itself a new risk condition of our time? How do remembering and forgetting shape citizen insecurity and cultures of risk, and legitimize neoliberal governance? How do journalists operate as 'public intellectuals' of risk? Through probing a series of risk events that have already scarred the twenty-first century, Hoskins and Tulloch show how both established and emergent media are central in shaping past, present and future horizons of neoliberalism, while also propelling wide pressure for its alternatives on those ranging from economics students worldwide to potential political leaders cultivated by austerity policies.

FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin

One might also say that a policeman arresting a drunk does not constitute very important news , but if that drunk should resist and in resisting , kill the policeman , that is indeed news important to every law abiding member of society ...

FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin


Hearings Nov 15 1945 May 31 1946

The Chinese - Japanese war is a part of the world conflict between on ne hand powers which are engaged in aggression and on the other hand s which are resisting aggression . st to interject , this is news and information that he is ...

Hearings  Nov  15  1945 May 31  1946


Broadcast News

The action came as something of a surprise because although the reporter did reporting on the case, she never wrote an article about it. Other high-profile journalists who received subpoenas in the case, after initially resisting, ...

Broadcast News

"Broadcast News Writing, Reporting, and Producing, Fourth Edition examines the skills, technologies, and challenges of writing, reporting, and producing for broadcast journalism. Along with complete coverage of the fundamentals, this book contains writing samples from some of the most famous broadcast journalists, including Edward R. Murrow, Charles Kuralt, Cokie Roberts, Eric Sevareid, Pauline Frederick, Charles Osgood, Paul Harvey, Betsy Aaron, Bob Dotson, Susan Stamberg, and Richard Threlkeld, who also discuss how they write and report."--BOOK JACKET.

Newsmen s Privilege

The Court thus asserts that confidential news sources will not dry up when faced with the possibility of future ... years his newspaper has spent more than $ 200,000 in resisting some 30 subpenas and the threat of more than 50 others .

Newsmen s Privilege


Why Students Resist Learning

Retrieved from https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2015/05/07/oecdpreparesmeasureteachingquality New England Resource Center for Higher Education (NERCHE). (n.d.). Carnegie community engagement classification.

Why Students Resist Learning

However personally committed faculty may be to helping students learn, their students are not always as eager to participate in this endeavor, and may react with both active and passive resistant behaviors, including poor faculty evaluations. The purpose of this book is to help faculty develop a coherent and integrated understanding of the various causes of student resistance to learning, providing them with a rationale for responding constructively, and enabling them to create conditions conducive to implementing effective learning strategies. In this book readers will discover an innovative integrated model that accounts for student behaviors and creates a foundation for intentional and informed discussion, evaluation, and the development of effective counter strategies. The model takes into account institutional context, environmental forces, students’ prior negative classroom experiences, their cognitive development, readiness to change, and metacognition. The various chapters take the reader through the model’s elements, exploring their practical implications for teaching, whether relating to course design, assessments, assignments, or interactions with students. The book includes a chapter written entirely by students, offering their insights into the causes of resistance, and their reflections on how participating on this project has affected them. While of great value for faculty, this book is also useful to faculty developers advising future and current faculty, as well as to administrators, offering insight into how institutional values impact teaching practice and student attitudes.

To Live Is to Resist

The letter was conceived in such a way, and had in it such news, that the Giudice istruttore, in showing me the copy, said “Look carefully Mr. Gramsci— not everyone minds the fact that you stay in prison.” I am convinced that this ...

To Live Is to Resist

This in-depth biography of Italian intellectual Antonio Gramsci casts new light on his life and writing, emphasizing his unflagging spirit, even in the many years he spent in prison. One of the most influential political thinkers of the twentieth century, Antonio Gramsci (1891–1937) has left an indelible mark on philosophy and critical theory. His innovative work on history, society, power, and the state has influenced several generations of readers and political activists, and even shaped important developments in postcolonial thought. But Gramsci’s thinking is scattered across the thousands of notebook pages he wrote while he was imprisoned by Italy’s fascist government from 1926 until shortly before his death. To guide readers through Gramsci’s life and works, historian Jean-Yves Frétigné offers To Live Is to Resist, an accessible, compelling, and deeply researched portrait of an extraordinary figure. Throughout the book, Frétigné emphasizes Gramsci’s quiet heroism and his unwavering commitment to political practice and resistance. Most powerfully, he shows how Gramsci never surrendered, even in conditions that stripped him of all power—except, of course, the power to think.