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Mediating Europe


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Chapter 1. Introduction: Mediating Europe and the Public Sphere
Jackie Harrison


Chapter 2. European Cosmopolitanism or Neo-liberalism? Questions of Media and Education
Nick Stevenson

Chapter 3. Transformation of the Public Sphere: Law, Policy and the Boundaries of Publicness
Damian Tambini

Chapter 4. Exploring the Online European Public Sphere: The Web and Europeanization of Political Communication in the European Union
Renee van Os, Nicholas W. Jankowski and Fred Wester

Chapter 5. Entertainmentization of the European Public Sphere and Politics
Erkki Karvonen

Chapter 6. A European Model of the Public Sphere: Towards a Networked Governance Model
Christiano Bee and Valeria Bello

Chapter 7. Exploring the Role of European Information Society Developments in the Europeanization of Public Spheres
Bridgette Wessels


Chapter 8. EU Audio-visual Policy, Cultural Diversity and the Future of Public Service Broadcasting
Peter Humphreys

Chapter 9. EU Information Policies: A Case Study in the Environmental Sector
Max Craglia and Alessandro Annoni

Chapter 10. Defending Communicative Spaces: The Remits and Limits of the European Parliament
Katharine Sarikakis

Chapter 11. Supranational Regulation: The EU Competition Directorate and the European Audio-visual Marketplace
Mark Wheeler

Chapter 12. The Process of Neo-liberalization and the Transformation of the Turkish Media Sector in the Context of the New Media Architecture
Gulseren Adakli

Notes on Contributors

About the Author

Dr Jackie Harrison is Professor of Public Communication and Head of Department of Journalism Studies, The University of Sheffield. She has written extensively on European media policy and news. Her most recent works are News, Routledge 2006 and European Broadcasting Law and Policy, Cambridge University Press 2007. She is also Chair of the Centre for Freedom of the Media at The University of Sheffield. Bridgette Wessels is Lecturer in Sociology at The University of Sheffield. Her interests are broadly centred in the areas of culture and communication in a European context. She has worked on several European projects that have addressed new media communication, technology and everyday life, inclusion and exclusion and practices of citizenship and has acted as expert for the Royal Society in their research on public perceptions of ICT, and on the DTI and OST programme on Cybertrust and Crime Prevention. She was an evaluator on the EU Fifth Framework IST programme. She has published books and papers in the field of new media technologies.

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