Understanding media production: a rejoinder to Murdock and Golding

Paul Dwyer 2016. Understanding media production: a rejoinder to Murdock and Golding. Media, Culture & Society. 38 (8), pp. 1272-1275. https://doi.org/10.1177/0163443716671495

TitleUnderstanding Media Production: A rejoinder to Murdock and Golding
AuthorsDwyer, P.
Abstract

This article is a rejoinder to Murdock and Golding’s response to my critique of the political economy of communications (PEC) analysis of media production (see Author 2015). This article sets this exchange in the context of a broader debate in recent editions of Media, Culture & Society (Garnham 2016, Fuchs, 2016) about the value of PEC. Much of this debate stems from Garnham’s (2011) critical review of 40 years of PEC research.

KeywordsMedia production, political economy of communications, PEC, flexible specialization
JournalMedia Culture and Society
Journal citation38 (8), pp. 1272-1275
ISSN0163-4437
Year2016
PublisherSage
Accepted author manuscript
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1177/0163443716671495
Publication dates
Published27 Sep 2016
Published online27 Sep 2016
Published in printNov 2016

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