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Author Scollon, Ronald, 1939-

Title Mediated discourse as social interaction : a study of news discourse / Ron Scollon.

Published London ; New York : Longman, 1998.

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 UniM Bail  302.23 SCOL    AVAILABLE
Physical description xiv, 315 pages ; 22 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references ( page 292 - 303) and index.
Contents Pt. I. The Primacy of Social Interaction in Discourse. 1. Mediated action as social practice -- Pt. II. Sites of Engagement. 2. Maxims of Stance: social practices in the interactive construction of business telephone calls. 3. Acts of reading and watching: observation as social interaction. 4. News-stands, handbills, photographs and living rooms as stages for the construction of person -- Interlude: Mediated Transactions -- Pt. III. The Discursive Construction of the Person in the News Media. 5. Television journalists. 6. Newspaper journalists. 7. Newsmakers in newspaper and television -- Pt. IV. Media Studies and Social Interaction. 8. Interdiscursivity and identity. 9. A social-interactional perspective on ethnographic studies of media.
Summary This book combines media studies and social interactionalist discursive research on the news media, and bridges the gap between the analyses of texts and their production, and studies of audience reception and behavior. By exploding the sender-receiver model, this book prepares the ground for the construction of new discourse as social interaction primarily among journalists and newsmakers as a community.
Subject Mass media.
Social interaction.
Journalism.
Mass media -- Audiences.
Discourse analysis.
ISBN 0582327261
0582327253 (paperback)