26 episodes

Sociology of Mass Communications
This course treats the mass media as the outcome of a social process and product of organizations. Topics include natural monopolies, the superstar effect, corporate media ownership, the decline of Tin Pan Alley, artistic careers, artistic collaborations, genre, gatekeeping, journalist objectivity, and cultural capital.

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Sociology of Mass Communications
This course treats the mass media as the outcome of a social process and product of organizations. Topics include natural monopolies, the superstar effect, corporate media ownership, the decline of Tin Pan Alley, artistic careers, artistic collaborations, genre, gatekeeping, journalist objectivity, and cultural capital.

    1 - Introduction

    1 - Introduction

    • 1 hr 33 min
    2 - Fixed and marginal costs

    2 - Fixed and marginal costs

    • 1 hr 41 min
    3 - Superstar Effect

    3 - Superstar Effect

    • 1 hr 26 min
    3 -- Superstar Effect -- slides

    3 -- Superstar Effect -- slides

    4 - Promotion

    4 - Promotion

    • 1 hr 25 min
    4 -- Promotion -- slides

    4 -- Promotion -- slides

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