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Power Without Responsibility
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Power Without Responsibility (subtitled: The Press and Broadcasting in Britain or Press, Broadcasting and the Internet in Britain) is a book written by James Curran (Professor of Communications at Goldsmiths College) and Jean Seaton (Professor of Media History at the University of Westminster). Originally published in 1981 by Fontana, it has been translated into several languages and is now in its seventh edition. The title comes from a quote by former British Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin. It details the history of the news media in the UK from the eighteenth century to the present. It has been cited by Noam Chomsky in the introduction to Manufacturing Consent and by him in a televised BBC interview with Andrew Marr. Nick Cohen rated it "the best guide to the British media" in a review for the New Statesman.
Power Without Responsibility
AuthorJames Curran and Jean Seaton
PublisherRoutledge
Publication date
28 August 2009 (7th edition)
Media typePaperback
Pages437
ISBN0-415-46699-7
OCLC403424283
302.2/34/0941
LC ClassPN5114.C84 2009
Contents (Seventh edition)
Part I - Press history
Part II - Broadcasting history
Part III - Rise of new media
Part IV - Theories of the media
Part V - Politics of the media
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