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The routledge companion to media and scandal

Edited by: Howard Tumber , Silvio Waisbord

Print publication date:  April  2019
Online publication date:  March  2019

Print ISBN: 9780815387596
eBook ISBN: 9781351173001
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9781351173001
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<P><STRONG>Howard Tumber</STRONG> is Professor in the Department of Journalism at City, University of London, UK. He is a founder and co-editor of <I>Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism</I>. He has published widely in the field of the sociology of media and journalism.</P> <P></P><B> <P>Silvio Waisbord </B>is Professor in the School of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University, USA. He was the editor-in-chief of the <I>Journal of Communication</I>, and he has published widely about news, politics and social change.</P>

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Media and scandal Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Scandal and social theory Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Media coverage of political scandals Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Moral panics Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Scandals and agenda setting Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Mediatization and political scandal Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Scandal and news values Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Selecting scandal Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Scandals and social accountability Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Media framing of political scandals Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Fake news and scandal Download PDF
Chapter  12:  New Nordic noir Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Political scandal and kompromat  Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Right-wing populism, media and political scandal Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Corruption scandals and the media system Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Social media and scandal Download PDF
Chapter  17:  The shifting boundaries of elite and tabloid media in political sex scandals Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Talk scandals Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Legal contexts in reporting scandal in the United States, the United Kingdom and Russia Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Unreported scandals Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Scandals and freedom of information Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Transnational investigative journalism and scandal Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Media stings and the normalization of scandal in India Download PDF
Chapter  24:  To bark or to bite? Journalism and entrapment Download PDF
Chapter  25:  From Snowden to Cambridge Analytica Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Data journalism and the promise of transparency Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Caught between transparency and scandal-making Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Scandal mining and socially mediated visibility Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Surveillance scandals and the systemic crisis of the public Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Scandal and celebrity Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Reframing the gender gap in American political sex scandals in the #MeToo era Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Scandals and sport Download PDF
Chapter  33:  The scandalous power of the press Download PDF
Chapter  34:  #AidToo? The 2018 humanitarian scandals in Oxfam GB and Save the Children UK Download PDF
Chapter  35:  Scandals and the armed forces Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Sex trafficking and scandal Download PDF
Chapter  37:  Race scandals as racial projects Download PDF
Chapter  38:  Scandals in science Download PDF
Chapter  39:  Scandals, media and religion Download PDF
Chapter  40:  Corporate scandalization process Download PDF
Chapter  41:  Corporate scandals as denial of reputation Download PDF
Chapter  42:  Shame and scandal Download PDF
Chapter  43:  Scandal, media effects and political candidates Download PDF
Chapter  44:  Scandals, media effects and public opinion Download PDF
Chapter  45:  The political consequences of corruption scandals Download PDF
Chapter  46:  Media priming effects and ethical ambivalence in corruption scandals Download PDF
Chapter  47:  Protecting public perception Download PDF
Chapter  48:  The routinization of media scandals Download PDF
Chapter  49:  Scandal and the law Download PDF
Chapter  50:  Why scandals (might) be good for democracy Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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