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Chris Atton & James F. Hamilton

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  • Journalism Studies: Key Texts

    Journalism Studies: Key Texts is a new textbook series that systematically maps the crucial connections between theory and practice in journalism. It provides the solid grounding students need in the history, theory, ‘real-life’ practice and future directions of journalism, while further engaging them in key critical debates. Drawing directly from how journalism is studied and understood today the series is a full-service resource for students and lecturers alike.

    Series Editors: Martin Conboy, David Finkelstein, Bob Franklin

    Radio Journalism Guy Starkey Andrew Crissell

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    Dedication

    For Sue (Chris)

    For Cynthia (James)

    Acknowledgements

    Portions of Chapters 1, 2 and 4 extend arguments made in James Hamilton's Democratic Communication: Formations, Projects, Possibilities (Lexington Books, 2008). The section on the ethics of alternative journalism (Chapter 5) is based on Chris Atton's ‘Ethical Issues in Alternative Journalism’ (Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics 1(1), 2003: 26–31). In Chapter 6, parts of the radio section are based on Chapter 5 of Atton's An Alternative Internet (Edinburgh University Press, 2004). Parts of Chapter 7 are developed from parts of Atton's Alternative Media (Sage, 2002) and his article ‘Current Issues in Alternative Media Research’ (Sociology Compass 1, 2008).

    We would like to thank the editors of this series for commissioning a book that would have been unlikely to find a publisher even a few years ago. This is due, of course, to the work of our many colleagues in alternative media studies across the world, who have done so much to develop this subject into many university curricula and to argue its importance as part of wider studies in sociology, political communication and cultural and media studies. Our ‘personal’ editor, David Finkelstein, offered unfailing encouragement and valuable criticism throughout the writing. Rachel Hendrick at Sage clarified much and supported us even more. Finally, we recognize the extraordinary creative energy of countless journalist-activists throughout the world who provide not simply the grist for this book, but more generally the hope and promise for journalism(s) that contribute to a more democratic public life.

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