"Rich Media, Poor Democracy"
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An analysis of Robert McChesney's book "Rich Media, Poor Democracy". The paper examines the author's major ideas and his combination of historical with contemporary media environment. The paper looks at the main argument that structural media reform is vital to preserve democracy.
From the Paper:In Rich Media Poor Democracy Robert W McChesney argues that the media including the Internet serve the interests of corporate profit rather than the public interest. The result of the concentrated corporate power that McChesney details is the weakening of ..."
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