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The Resource Power of scandal : semiotic and pragmatic in mass media, Johannes Ehrat, (electronic resource)

Power of scandal : semiotic and pragmatic in mass media, Johannes Ehrat, (electronic resource)

Label
Power of scandal : semiotic and pragmatic in mass media
Title
Power of scandal
Title remainder
semiotic and pragmatic in mass media
Statement of responsibility
Johannes Ehrat
Title variation
Semiotic and pragmatic in mass media
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
NLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1952-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Ehrat, Johannes
Dewey number
302.2/4
LC call number
P96.S29
LC item number
E37 2011
Series statement
Toronto studies in semiotics and communication
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Scandals in mass media
  • Mass media
Label
Power of scandal : semiotic and pragmatic in mass media, Johannes Ehrat, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [379]-402) and index
Contents
  • Publicity as simulacrum
  • Publicity and meaning as subsistence
  • Semiotic as theory of formal and concrete meaning
  • Semiotic of publicity. Publicity as teleology
  • Legitimacy
  • Public opinion as historical-cultural role relation
  • Public opinion as theatre
  • Public opinion operates by constructing the role of enunciation instance
  • Publicity in media theory. Media : functional or semiotic?
  • Is there a need for a separate semiotic media theory?
  • A theoretical approach to the nature of media scandal. How scandal research tends to treat the achievement of media scandals
  • Signs of society
  • Functions of the three correlates in the media sign
  • Technological determination or sign process : the case of televangelism
  • Godcasting : meaning apparatuses of religious self-display
  • From Jubilation to scandal. Religious meaning outside of public opinion
  • Television studies and aesthetic form
  • Media construction of religious space and time
  • The call forward
  • Witnessing
  • PrayTV yields to PreyTV : acts of televangelist authority
  • Scandal as logic : ideal and sanction
  • Primordial scandal religion
  • Judgement : bringing into scandal-position. Scandal technique
  • Investigative journalism and objectivity
  • Metatexts : simplifying sanctions in public opinion texts
  • Deduction classes of scandal
  • The course of the scandal pro-gram. Media scandal methods
  • Event : how destination in the Shanley story created the scandal
  • The role structure of the Shanley story
  • Two discursive scandal constructions
  • Reality : news practice between reality determination and satirical alienation
  • Scandal as industrial product and institutional practice
  • Effect and reality of scandal. Scandal as objectivity effect
  • Objective scandal effects
  • Critique of subjectivity approaches and functionalism
  • Scandal effect as semiotic
  • Institutions as pragmatic predetermination of purpose
  • Delegitimization of an institution as purpose of media scandals
  • Conclusion
  • Media scandals and what they are not
  • Video-truths
  • Comprehending media scandals from media
  • Publicity narrative as precondition of scandals
  • What is publicity, the public sphere?. Publicity as methodological construct
  • Publicity as simulacrum
  • Publicity and meaning as subsistence
  • Semiotic as theory of formal and concrete meaning
  • Semiotic of publicity. Publicity as teleology
  • Legitimacy
  • Public opinion as historical-cultural role relation
  • Public opinion as theatre
  • Public opinion operates by constructing the role of enunciation instance
  • Publicity in media theory. Media : functional or semiotic?
  • Is there a need for a separate semiotic media theory?
  • A theoretical approach to the nature of media scandal. How scandal research tends to treat the achievement of media scandals
  • Signs of society
  • Functions of the three correlates in the media sign
  • Technological determination or sign process : the case of televangelism
  • Godcasting : meaning apparatuses of religious self-display
  • From Jubilation to scandal. Religious meaning outside of public opinion
  • Television studies and aesthetic form
  • Media construction of religious space and time
  • The call forward
  • Witnessing
  • PrayTV yields to PreyTV : acts of televangelist authority
  • Scandal as logic : ideal and sanction
  • Primordial scandal religion
  • Judgement : bringing into scandal-position. Scandal technique
  • Investigative journalism and objectivity
  • Metatexts : simplifying sanctions in public opinion texts
  • Deduction classes of scandal
  • The course of the scandal pro-gram. Media scandal methods
  • Event : how destination in the Shanley story created the scandal
  • The role structure of the Shanley story
  • Two discursive scandal constructions
  • Reality : news practice between reality determination and satirical alienation
  • Scandal as industrial product and institutional practice
  • Effect and reality of scandal. Scandal as objectivity effect
  • Objective scandal effects
  • Critique of subjectivity approaches and functionalism
  • Scandal effect as semiotic
  • Institutions as pragmatic predetermination of purpose
  • Delegitimization of an institution as purpose of media scandals
  • Conclusion
  • Media scandals and what they are not
  • Video-truths
  • Comprehending media scandals from media
  • Publicity narrative as precondition of scandals
  • What is publicity, the public sphere?. Publicity as methodological construct
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000571155
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781442641259
Lccn
2011378821
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000571155
Label
Power of scandal : semiotic and pragmatic in mass media, Johannes Ehrat, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [379]-402) and index
Contents
  • Publicity as simulacrum
  • Publicity and meaning as subsistence
  • Semiotic as theory of formal and concrete meaning
  • Semiotic of publicity. Publicity as teleology
  • Legitimacy
  • Public opinion as historical-cultural role relation
  • Public opinion as theatre
  • Public opinion operates by constructing the role of enunciation instance
  • Publicity in media theory. Media : functional or semiotic?
  • Is there a need for a separate semiotic media theory?
  • A theoretical approach to the nature of media scandal. How scandal research tends to treat the achievement of media scandals
  • Signs of society
  • Functions of the three correlates in the media sign
  • Technological determination or sign process : the case of televangelism
  • Godcasting : meaning apparatuses of religious self-display
  • From Jubilation to scandal. Religious meaning outside of public opinion
  • Television studies and aesthetic form
  • Media construction of religious space and time
  • The call forward
  • Witnessing
  • PrayTV yields to PreyTV : acts of televangelist authority
  • Scandal as logic : ideal and sanction
  • Primordial scandal religion
  • Judgement : bringing into scandal-position. Scandal technique
  • Investigative journalism and objectivity
  • Metatexts : simplifying sanctions in public opinion texts
  • Deduction classes of scandal
  • The course of the scandal pro-gram. Media scandal methods
  • Event : how destination in the Shanley story created the scandal
  • The role structure of the Shanley story
  • Two discursive scandal constructions
  • Reality : news practice between reality determination and satirical alienation
  • Scandal as industrial product and institutional practice
  • Effect and reality of scandal. Scandal as objectivity effect
  • Objective scandal effects
  • Critique of subjectivity approaches and functionalism
  • Scandal effect as semiotic
  • Institutions as pragmatic predetermination of purpose
  • Delegitimization of an institution as purpose of media scandals
  • Conclusion
  • Media scandals and what they are not
  • Video-truths
  • Comprehending media scandals from media
  • Publicity narrative as precondition of scandals
  • What is publicity, the public sphere?. Publicity as methodological construct
  • Publicity as simulacrum
  • Publicity and meaning as subsistence
  • Semiotic as theory of formal and concrete meaning
  • Semiotic of publicity. Publicity as teleology
  • Legitimacy
  • Public opinion as historical-cultural role relation
  • Public opinion as theatre
  • Public opinion operates by constructing the role of enunciation instance
  • Publicity in media theory. Media : functional or semiotic?
  • Is there a need for a separate semiotic media theory?
  • A theoretical approach to the nature of media scandal. How scandal research tends to treat the achievement of media scandals
  • Signs of society
  • Functions of the three correlates in the media sign
  • Technological determination or sign process : the case of televangelism
  • Godcasting : meaning apparatuses of religious self-display
  • From Jubilation to scandal. Religious meaning outside of public opinion
  • Television studies and aesthetic form
  • Media construction of religious space and time
  • The call forward
  • Witnessing
  • PrayTV yields to PreyTV : acts of televangelist authority
  • Scandal as logic : ideal and sanction
  • Primordial scandal religion
  • Judgement : bringing into scandal-position. Scandal technique
  • Investigative journalism and objectivity
  • Metatexts : simplifying sanctions in public opinion texts
  • Deduction classes of scandal
  • The course of the scandal pro-gram. Media scandal methods
  • Event : how destination in the Shanley story created the scandal
  • The role structure of the Shanley story
  • Two discursive scandal constructions
  • Reality : news practice between reality determination and satirical alienation
  • Scandal as industrial product and institutional practice
  • Effect and reality of scandal. Scandal as objectivity effect
  • Objective scandal effects
  • Critique of subjectivity approaches and functionalism
  • Scandal effect as semiotic
  • Institutions as pragmatic predetermination of purpose
  • Delegitimization of an institution as purpose of media scandals
  • Conclusion
  • Media scandals and what they are not
  • Video-truths
  • Comprehending media scandals from media
  • Publicity narrative as precondition of scandals
  • What is publicity, the public sphere?. Publicity as methodological construct
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000571155
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781442641259
Lccn
2011378821
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000571155

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