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Routledge Companion to Media and Scandal - Howard Tumber

Routledge Companion to Media and Scandal

Howard Tumber (Redaktør) ; Silvio Waisbord (Redaktør)

Howard Tumber is Professor in the Department of Journalism at City, University of London, UK. He is a founder and co-editor of Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism. He has published widely in the field of the sociology of media and journalism. Les mer
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Howard Tumber is Professor in the Department of Journalism at City, University of London, UK. He is a founder and co-editor of Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism. He has published widely in the field of the sociology of media and journalism.





Silvio Waisbord is Professor in the School of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University, USA. He was the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Communication, and he has published widely about news, politics and social change.
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Forlag: CRC Press Inc
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 526
ISBN: 9780815387596
Format: 25 x 17 cm
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Introduction


Howard Tumber and Silvio Waisbord





1 Media and Scandal


Howard Tumber and Silvio Waisbord





Part I


KEY CONCEPTS IN Media and SCANDAL STUDIEs


2 Scandal and Social Theory


Scott Brenton





3 Media Coverage of Political Scandals: Effects of Personalization and Potential for Democratic Reforms


Marion R. Just and Ann N. Crigler





4 Moral Panics


Rodney Tiffen





5 Scandals and Agenda Setting


Sharon Meraz





6 Mediatization and Political Scandal


Bingchun Meng





7 Scandal and News Values


Brian McNair





8 Selecting scandal: How Legacy and Social Media Gatekeep the News


Elizabeth Stoycheff



9 Scandals and Social Accountability


Enrique Peruzzotti



10 Media Framing of Political Scandals: Theoretical Framework and Empirical Evidence


Jurgen Maier, Carolin Jansen and Christian von Sikorski



11 Fake News and Scandal


Jason Cabanes, C. W. Anderson and Jonathan Corpus Ong






PART II


POLITICAL CONTEXT and MEDIA DYNAMICS of SCANDALS





12 New Nordic Noir: Political Scandals as Drama and Media Hunts


Sigurd Allern and Ester Pollack





13 Political Scandal and Kompromat: Manufactured Outrage from Russia


Sarah Oates



14 Right-wing Populism, Media and Political Scandal


Juha Herkman and Janne Matikainen





15 Corruption Scandals and the Media System


Paolo Mancini





16 Social Media and Scandal


Gina Masullo Chen



17 The Shifting Boundaries of Elite and Tabloid Media in Political Sex Scandals


Esa Valiverronen and Laura Juntunen



18 Talk Scandals: The Power of Mediated Talk


Mats Ekstroem and Bengt Johansson



19 Legal Contexts in Reporting Scandal in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Russia


Lyombe Eko



20 Unreported Scandals: The Power of Personality and Legal Bluster


Judith Townend








Part III


Scandals and Journalistic practices


21 Scandals and Freedom of Information


David Cuillier





22 Transnational Investigative Journalism and Scandal


Michael Bromley



23 Media Stings and the Normalization of Scandal in India


Kalyani Chadha



24 To Bark or to Bite? Journalism and Entrapment


Zohar Kampf



25 From Snowden to Cambridge Analytica: An Overview of Whistleblowing Cases as Scandals


Philip Di Salvo





26 Data Journalism and the Promise of Transparency


Sylvain Parasie





27 Caught Between Transparency and Scandals-making: Conceptualising WikiLeaks


Benedetta Brevini and Jorge Valdovinos





28 Scandal Mining and Socially Mediated Visibility


Daniel Trottier





Part IV


THEMES AND SETTINGS OF MEDIA SCANDALS


29 Surveillance Scandals and the Systemic Crisis of the Public


Risto Kunelius and Adrienne Russell





30 Scandal and Celebrity


Linda Steiner





31 Reframing the Gender Gap in American Political Sex Scandals in the #MeToo Era


Hinda Mandell





32 Scandals and Sport


David Rowe





33 The Scandalous Power of the Press: Phone Hacking in the UK


Natalie Fenton





34 #AidToo? The 2018 Humanitarian Scandals in Oxfam GB and Save the Children


Glenda Cooper





35 Scandals and the Armed Forces


Mark Blach-Orsten and Anker Brink Lund





36 Sex Trafficking and Scandal


Gretchen Soderlund





37 Race Scandals as Racial Projects


Maryann Erigha





38 Scandals in Science


Heather Akin





39 Scandals, Media, and Religion


Paul Soukup





40 Corporate Scandalization Process: Unpacking the Corporate Scandal


W. Timothy Coombs and Sherry J. Holladay





41 Corporate Scandals as Denial of Reputation


Daniel Vogler and Mark Eisenegger





Part V


Consequences and Legacies of Media Scandals


42 Shame and Scandal: Making the Personal Political


Julian Petley





43 Scandal, Media Effects and Political Candidates


Clarisse Warren and Dona-Gene Barton





44 Scandals, Media Effects, and Public Opinion


Francis L. F. Lee





45 The Political Consequences of Corruption Scandals: Main Findings and Challenges


Macarena Ares, Sofia Breitenstein and Enrique Hernandez





46 Media Priming Effects and Ethical Ambivalence in Corruption


Rosa Berganza and Roberto de Miguel Pascual





47 Protecting Public Perception: Responding to Scandal using Benoit's Image Repair Theory


Kenon A. Brown, Qingru Xu and Melanie Formentin





48 The Routinization of Media Scandals


Maria Grafstroem and Karolina Windell





49 Scandal and the Law


Gavin Phillipson





50 Why Scandals (Might) Be Good For Democracy


Brandon Rottinghaus
Howard Tumber is Professor in the Department of Journalism at City, University of London, UK. He is a founder and co-editor of Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism. He has published widely in the field of the sociology of media and journalism.





Silvio Waisbord is Professor in the School of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University, USA. He was the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Communication, and he has published widely about news, politics and social change.