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by James S. Ettema,D . Charles Whitney

Individuals in Mass Media Organizations: Creativity and Constraint (SAGE Series in Communication Research) download ebook
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Informationen zum Titel Individuals in Mass Media Organizations Ettema and Whitney have collected essays that study the ways in which the organizational life of mass media limit, shape, and encourage the creativity o. .

Informationen zum Titel Individuals in Mass Media Organizations Ettema and Whitney have collected essays that study the ways in which the organizational life of mass media limit, shape, and encourage the creativity of individuals within them. Commercial demands, the values of people within the industry, ideas of product image, and the forces that form broadcast news are among the subjects discussed.

Informationen zum Titel Individuals in Mass Media Organizations Ettema and Whitney have collected essays that study the ways in which the organizational life of mass media limit, shape, and encourage the creativity o.

Creativity and Constraint. Beverly Hills, CA : Sage, 1982. Ettema JS, Whitney DC, Whitney DC, (e. Communication Studies. T1 - Individuals in Mass Media Organizations. T2 - Creativity and Constraint. AU - Ettema, James S. AU - Whitney, D. Charles. A2 - Whitney, D. Individuals in Mass Media Organizations: Creativity and Constraint. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1982.

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by James S. Ettema (Author), D. Charles Whitney (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0803917668.

by D. Charles Whitney and James S. Ettema. Publisher:SAGE Publications, Incorporated. Ettema and Whitney have collected essays that study the ways in which the organizational life of mass media limit, shape, and encourage the creativity of individuals within them.

Reprinted from Individuals in mass media organizations creativity and constraint, pp. 219-240, by J. S. The news content of mass media is seen as the result of practical, purposive, and creative activities on the part of news promoters, news assemblers and news consumers. Ettema & D. C Whitney, Ed. 1982, Thousand Oaks: Sage. Social meaning of news: A text reader.

JAMES S. ETTEMA is on the faculty of the Department of Communication Studies at Northwestern University. THEODORE L. GLASSER is a director of the Graduate Program in Journalism at Stanford University.

Find nearly any book by James S. by James S. Ettema, D. Charles Whitney. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780803917668 (978-0-8039-1766-8) Hardcover, SAGE Publications, Inc, 1982.

InIndividuals in Mass Media Organizations: Creativity and Constraint Vol. 10 (ed., James S. Ettema and . Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media. New York: Pantheon Books. Jensen, Klaus B. 1987. Ettema and D. Charles Whitney, 219–240. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications. Police News: Constructing an Image of Crime. Urban Life, 9:371–394. Manufacturing the News. News as Ideology: Economic Statistics and Political Ritual in Television Network News. Journal of Communication 37:8–27. Lang, Kurt and Gladys E. Lang.

Ettema and Whitney have collected essays that study the ways in which the organizational life of mass media limit, shape, and encourage the creativity of individuals within them. Commercial demands, the values of people within the industry, ideas of product image, and the forces that form broadcast news are among the subjects discussed.

′Ettema and Whitney have edited an interesting, often provocative collection whose unifying theme...represents an important application of organization theory to the communication process.′ -- Journal of Communication, Spring 1983