Tell our story : multiplying voices in the news media /
Investigating bias in the mainstream media, the authors dismiss the idea that some groups are voiceless, arguing that they are being deliberately ignored. Adopting an audience-centred approach and research in practice in three South African communities, they draw out a set of practical guidelines fo...
Wits University Press,
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Table of Contents:
- Title Page
- Copyright Page
- List of Figures
- Abbreviations and Acronyms
- Chapter 1: The Importance of Voice and the Myth of the 'Voiceless'
- Part 1 : From the Inside: Voice(s) from the Ground
- Chapter 2: Community Perspective, Experience and Voice
- Chapter 3 : Glebelands Hostel, Durban
- Chapter 4 : Xolobeni, Eastern Cape
- Chapter 5 : Thembelihle Community, Johannesburg
- Part 2 : From the Outside: Dominant Voice
- Chapter 6 : Dominant Media Telling and Elite Communication
- Chapter 7 : The Political Economy of Dominant Power and Storytelling
- Part 3 : New trajectories for Journalism and Voice(s)
- Chapter 8 : Media Diversity and Voice(s)
- Chapter 9 : Rethinking Media Freedom, Revamping Media Ethics
- Chapter : Planting the Seeds of Change