Defining the creative industries

The policy concept of the ‘creative industries’ proposed by Britain’s New Labour government reflects developments in the knowledge economy. Simon Roodhouse argues that it represents a viable framework for engaging with both public and private sectors, establishing cultural activity as new industry, and responding to technological developments.

Continue reading Defining the creative industries

The importance of Religulous and Bill Maher

Bill Maher’s film Religulous does not subject secular rationality to the same withering critique as it does faith and and religious belief. But, argues Rohit Chopra, it raises necessary and difficult questions about the right to offend, the arrogance of easy certitudes, and the dangers of religious absolutism.

Continue reading The importance of Religulous and Bill Maher

Why we exist

To facilitate knowledge-exchange between media and academia

To enable interaction between and across newspeople and scholars

To comment on issues related to media and the academic study of media

To examine media coverage and academic analysis of key issues

To present political perspectives on media issues

And more...

Our interests

Conflict | Terrorism | Globalisation | Identity Politics | Development | Media Effects | Media Education | Online




















Copyright InterJunction. All Rights Reserved.

Advisory panel

Professor Allen Tullos

Emory University


Professor Barry Richards

Bournemouth University


Bertrand Pecquerie

World Editors Forum


C Rammanohar Reddy

Economic and Political Weekly


Kelly Toughill

University of King's College


Professor Steve Jones

University of Illinois-Chicago


Stephen Jukes

Bournemouth University


Professor Gadi Wolfsfeld

Hebrew University of Jerusalem









 
 
Copyright InterJunction. All Rights Reserved.