“The concentration of power, represented by current prevailing media conditions, is and ought to be open to challenge.” An interview with Peter Golding.
Keywords: Critical Political Economy of Communication, Cultural Studies, Critical Scholarship, Marxism, neoliberalism
AbstractInterview with Peter Golding, Emeritus Professor at Northumbria University, Visiting Professor in the School of Arts and Cultures at Newcastle University and one of the crucial figures in Critical Political Economy of Communication. In the interview we discuss the role of critical scholarship, the sometimes troubled relationship between cultural studies and critical political economy of communication, the importance of a sociological perspective in studying media, and the impact of broader socio-political trends on academia.
The Point is to Change It! Critical Political Interventions in Media and Communication Studies
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