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  • Hear our plea: Voices of early free Methodist women in denominational print culture

    In the late nineteenth century a gender battle was brewing in the Free Methodist Church. Since the denomination’s founding in 1860, women had pursued ordination. With the support of the denomination’s founder, Benjamin Titus Roberts, women began to wage a fierce editorial campaign in the pages of the denominational weekly magazine, The Free Methodist and the quadrennial special publication General Conference Dailies. The articles written by women and in defense of women’s roles in the denomin...

    Book Review: Perlman, Janice (2010) Favela. Four Decades of Living on the Edge in Rio de Janeiro, New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN – 978-0-19-536836-9

    Between 1968 and 1969, Janice Perlman, a young American researcher, lived in the favelas of Brazil’s “marvellous” city of Rio de Janeiro. Her research produced the book The Myth of Marginality: Urban Poverty and Politics in Rio de Janeiro, published in 1976. Fitting within a trend of scholarly thought that emerged in the mid-1960s, from writers such as Anibal Quijano, Manuel Castells, Florestan Fernandes and William Mangin, the book radically challenged the negative views of the urban poor th...

    Forum Responsible Freedom: The Arab States’ Charter for Satellite Broadcasting

    Earlier this year, Arab ministers of information, with the exception of Qatar, adopted a charter calling for regulation of satellite television broadcasting after an extensive public debate. Qatar, the home of Al Jazeera, did not reject the charter but has requested additional time to review the document. One of the articles in the charter generated a great deal of debate and controversy from a number of international media watchdog organizations, which expressed concern that the charter’s pe...

    How Big Is the Cage? An Examination of Local Press Autonomy in China

    It is often mentioned that reform of the Chinese media since the 1980s, characterized by the withdrawal of state subsidies, has led to the tension of the media having to serve 'two masters', the ruling party and the market. Yet there has been little examination as to how journalists in local newsrooms operate in this milieu, and how they feel about and deal with various pressures. From an insider's perspective, this article attempts to provide a fresh look at the autonomy of China's local pre...

    The Academic Study of Media Has Always Been the Study of New Media

    Has amnesia been a consistent aspect of media studies? This talk argues this may be so drawing upon the insight of Peters and Kleis Nielson (2013: 257) that new media are things we don’t know what to do with and ‘media we do not know how to talk about’. A sense of crisis always accomponies this sense of the newness of the media. Key moments have shaped this history: the sociology of mass communication (associated with Columbia University, NY); the moment of Media Studies and Cultural Studies ...
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