Bakir, Vian

Communication in the Age of Suspicion

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Table of contents

Part I. Communication in the Age of Suspicion

1. The Age of Suspicion
Vian Bakir, David M. Barlow

2. Exploring Relationships between Trust Studies and Media Studies
Vian Bakir, David M. Barlow

Part II. Media and Erosion of Trust

3. Origins of the Problem of Trust: Propaganda during the First World War
Michael Redley

4. The Erosion of Trust in Australian Public Life
Jeff Archer

5. Manufacturing Authenticity in a Small Nation: The Case of Independent Local Radio in Wales
David M. Barlow

6. Terrorism and the Microdynamics of Trust
Barry Richards

7. Risk, Advice and Trust: How Service Journalism Fails Its Audience
Jeremy Collins

8. ‘Trust Me, I’m a Doctor’: MMR and the Politics of Suspicion
Chas Critcher

9. New Media Enterprise in the Age of Suspicion
Gillian Allard

10. Trust, Data-Mining and Instantaneity: The Creation of the Online Accountable Consumer
Andrew McStay

Part III. Media and Building Trust

11. Risk Communication, Television News and Trust Generation: The Utility of Ethos
Vian Bakir

12. The Media’s Role in a Transition Society: From Public Lies to Public Trust?
Kaja Tampere

13. Trust in a Time of Crisis: The Mass Media as a Guardian of Trust
Amisha Mehta

14. ‘It Was a Mascara Runnin’ Kinda Day’: Oprah Winfrey, Confession, Celebrity and the Formation of Trust
Sherryl Wilson

15. Branding Trust: The Ideology of Making Truth Claims through Interactive Media
Janet Jones

16. The Technology of Distrust
Gary Gumpert, Susan J. Drucker

Part IV. Conclusions: Trust and the Media

17. The End of Trust?
Vian Bakir, David M. Barlow

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, Media Studies, Film History, Political Science, Performing Arts

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