Missing Marx

Much of today’s media research is a pale imitation of earlier work, or an awkward marriage of distinct approaches, eager not to offend. Critical conversations tend to be trivial and a paralysing sense of caution prevails. David McQueen on how neo-liberal ‘reformers’ are picking at the very foundations of media scholarship.

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Emory University


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Bournemouth University


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World Editors Forum


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Economic and Political Weekly


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University of King's College


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