Once you have read through the chapter and gained a good knowledge of the basics of a particular issue you can take your studies further by accessing a more in-depth and detailed scholarly article.
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CHAPTER ONE: UNDERSTANDING THE MEDIA
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CHAPTER TWO: MEDIA GLOBALIZATION
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CHAPTER THREE: MEDIA OWNERSHIP
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CHAPTER FOUR: MEDIA PRODUCTION AND MEDIA PROFESSIONALS
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CHAPTER FIVE: MEDIA IDEOLOGY
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CHAPTER SIX: MEDIA ANALYZING MEDIA CONTENT: MEDIA 'RE-PRESENTATIONS' IN A DIVIDED WORLD
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Lynn, N. and Lea, S. (2003) 'A phantom menace and the new Apartheid: the social construction of asylum-seekers in the United Kingdom' Discourse and Society 14 (4): 425-52.
CHAPTER SEVEN: AUDIENCES AND RECEPTION
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