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Institutions, theories, and issues

  title={Institutions, theories, and issues},
  author={Pieter Fourie},
The South African media landscape characteristics of and trends in the media business and the political economy of the media media ownership external and internal media policy mass communication theory the functions, effects and power of mass communication media and ideology media and the production of meaning media and culture feminist media theory media imperialism the nature of news and news production the representation of race, gender and sexual orientation media and violence media and… 
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