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The Crisis of Public Communication

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The Crisis of Public Communication by Jay G. Blumler
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Over the past twenty five years the role of the mass media in the world of politics has become increasingly influential, controversial and disturbing. Many people feel that the situation has reached crisis point; few would deny that in both America and Britain the modern practice of political communication falls far short of democratic ideals. Blumler and Gurevitch trace the origins of the problem to our contemporary social and political environment, characterised by an increasingly disafected public whose ability to make sense of civid problems is increasingly confounded and frustrated. Looking to the future, they consider how political communication might be improved within the context of a restructured public sphere.
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November 30th, 1995
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
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