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by Andrew Crisell

eBook Understanding Radio (Studies in Culture and Communication) download ISBN: 0416383300
Author: Andrew Crisell
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (December 25, 1986)
Language: English
Pages: 220
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The book also introduces students to the broadcasting landscape in a time of great . Understanding Radio Studies in Culture and Communication.

The book also introduces students to the broadcasting landscape in a time of great change for national and local radio provision. Understanding Radio will be essential reading both to students of media and to those with a practical involvement in programme production. Andrew Crisell lectures in communication and media studies at the University of Sunderland. He has written widely on radio and co-founded Wear FM, winner of the 1992 Sony 'Radio Station of the Year' award.

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series Studies in Culture and Communication. The book also introduces students to the broadcasting landscape in a time of great change for national and local radio provision. a brand new chapter on 'talk-and-music' radio, the format adopted by many of the new stations.

Andrew Crisell lectures in communication and media studies at the University of Sunderland. Series: Studies in Culture and Communication. Paperback: 260 pages.

by Andrew Crisell First published February 1987. Understanding Radio (ebook). Published August 4th 1994 by Taylor & Francis Group.

This classic text is a lucid introduction to the main authorities in the field, aimed at students coming to the subject for the first time. It outlines a range of methods of analysing examples of communication, and describes the theories underpinning them.

Andrew Crisell a highly imaginative and often very entertaining book. Andrew Crisell explores how radio processes genres such as news, drama and comedy in highly distinctive ways, and how the listener's use of the medium has important implications for audience studies

Understanding Television offers an introduction to some of the issues of television broadcasting and its main genres. This book sets out to examine advertising as a form of communication in contemporary.

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understanding communication, a listener must pay attention not just to what is said. and when, but also to how many times something is said, under what circumstances, and by whom. Difficulties in intercultural communication arise when there is little or no awareness of. divergent cultural values and beliefs. In intercultural interaction, speakers sometimes. assume that what they believe is right, because they have grown up thinking their way.

'... a highly imaginative and often very entertaining book ... which ... probably says more than any other available text about the limitations and possibilities of present forms of radio.' Professor Laurie Taylor on the first edition of Understanding Radio

Understanding Radio is a fully revised edition of a key radio textbook. Andrew Crisell explores how radio processes genres such as news, drama and comedy in highly distinctive ways, and how the listener's use of the medium has important implications for audience studies. He explains why the sound medium, even more than television, has played such a crucial role in the development of modern popular culture.

The book also introduces students to the broadcasting landscape in a time of great change for national and local radio provision. Understanding Radio will be essential reading both to students of media and to those with a practical involvement in programme production. This new edition includes:

a revised history of radio bringing the reader right up to date

a brand new chapter on 'talk-and-music' radio, the format adopted by many of the new stations.

Andrew Crisell lectures in communication and media studies at the University of Sunderland. He has written widely on radio and co-founded Wear FM, winner of the 1992 Sony 'Radio Station of the Year' award.