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Preface; Introduction: Beyond Four Theories of the Press; Part One: Normative Theory; Chapter 1. Evolution of Normative Traditions; Chapter 2. Characteristics of Normative Theory; Part Two: Democracy; Chapter 3. Principles and Practice of Democracy; Chapter 4. Roles of News Media in Democracy; Part Three: Roles; Chapter 5. Monitorial Role; Chapter 6. Facilitative Role; Chapter 7. Radical Role; Chapter 8. Collaborative Role; Prospects; Conclusion; References
A contemporary analysis of mass media and modern democracy
Clifford G. Christians is research professor of communications and the director of the Institute of Communications Research at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Theodore L. Glasser is a professor of communication at Stanford University. Denis McQuail is a professor emeritus of mass communication at the University of Amsterdam. Kaarle Nordenstreng is a professor of journalism and mass communication at the University of Tampere, Finland. Robert A. White is a professor of social sciences and communications at St. Augustine University of Tanzania.
"This long awaited book by a group of the most distinguished scholars of journalism and the media will define the terms of discussion of normative theory for the next generation." John C. Nerone, co-author of The Form of News: A History