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Screening protest : visual narratives of dissent across time, space and genre / edited by Alexa Robertson.

Contributor(s): Robertson, Alexa.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HM883 .S37 2019Publication: Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2019Description: xiv, 266 p. : ill., maps.ISBN: 9781138042179 (pbk.) ; 113804217X (pbk.); 9781138042131 (hbk.); 1138042137 (hbk.) .Subject(s): Protest movements | Protest movements in mass media | Protest movements -- Press coverage | Television broadcasting of news | Mass media -- Philosophy
Contents:
1. Introduction / Alexa Robertson -- Part I. Protest on global television : 2. Protest on global television: protest maps, violence and voice / Alexa Robertson, Luiza Chiroiu and Diana-Andreea Grecu -- 3. The protest paradigm and global television news narratives of dissent / Alexa Robertson, Luiza Chiroiu and Madeleine Ceder -- 4. Mediating democracy: global television news and the Greek protests of 2015 / Karina Schrettle -- 5. How the ubiquity of eyewitness media changes the mediation and visibility of protests in the news / Maz Hänska and Mike Bode -- 6. Icons of protest in vidual cultures of news / Karin Becker -- 7. Protest, place, in pictures: the public square in Al Jazeera English photo essay / Alexandra Gojowy and Alexa Robertson -- Part II. Protest on popular screens : 8. From Robin Hood to Mr. Robot: popular-cultural narratives of protest on television / Alexa Robertson -- 9. Audio visuals: protest and the popular music screen / Diana-Andreea Grecu and Alexa Robertson -- 10. The militant suffrage campaign on screen / Krista Cowman -- 11. Breaking news from Petrograd, 1917: remediated revolution as popular history / Kristina Widestedt -- Afterword / Alexa Robertson.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Introduction / Alexa Robertson -- Part I. Protest on global television : 2. Protest on global television: protest maps, violence and voice / Alexa Robertson, Luiza Chiroiu and Diana-Andreea Grecu -- 3. The protest paradigm and global television news narratives of dissent / Alexa Robertson, Luiza Chiroiu and Madeleine Ceder -- 4. Mediating democracy: global television news and the Greek protests of 2015 / Karina Schrettle -- 5. How the ubiquity of eyewitness media changes the mediation and visibility of protests in the news / Maz Hänska and Mike Bode -- 6. Icons of protest in vidual cultures of news / Karin Becker -- 7. Protest, place, in pictures: the public square in Al Jazeera English photo essay / Alexandra Gojowy and Alexa Robertson -- Part II. Protest on popular screens : 8. From Robin Hood to Mr. Robot: popular-cultural narratives of protest on television / Alexa Robertson -- 9. Audio visuals: protest and the popular music screen / Diana-Andreea Grecu and Alexa Robertson -- 10. The militant suffrage campaign on screen / Krista Cowman -- 11. Breaking news from Petrograd, 1917: remediated revolution as popular history / Kristina Widestedt -- Afterword / Alexa Robertson.

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