Communication in the Age of Suspicion: Trust and the Media

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Vian Bakir, David M. Barlow
Palgrave Macmillan, 12 kwi 2007 - 244
Communication in the Age of Suspicion explores and interrogates the relationship between media and trust. It begins by examining the decline of trust in key institutions and the relationship between Trust Studies and Media Studies. Fourteen international contributions follow, focusing on a variety of genres and examining a number of media forms. Can we speak of The End of Trust? The book concludes by delineating three emergent themes, before outlining implications for media communication and future directions for research in this Age of Suspicion.

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The Age of Suspicion
3
Exploring Relationships between Trust Studies
9
The emergence of trust studies in media studies?
17
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GILLIAN ALLARD Lecturer in Media, Culture and Communication, Cardiff School of Creative and Cultural Industries, University of Glamorgan, UK JEFF ARCHER Head of the School of Social Science, and Associate Professor of Political and International Studies, University of New England in Armidale, NSW, Australia JEREMY COLLINS Lecturer in Media Studies, London Metropolitan University, UK CHAS CRITCHER Professor of Communications, Sheffield Hallam University, UK SUSAN J. DRUCKER Professor in the School of Communication, Hofstra University, USA GARY GUMPERT Emeritus Professor of Communication, Queens College, City University of New York, USA JANET JONES Lecturer in Screen Studies, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK ANDREW MCSTAY Teaches Advertising at the London College of Music and Media, Thames Valley University, UK AMISHA MEHTA Lecturer, School of Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia MICHAEL REDLEY Secretary to the Board for Continuing Education at Oxford University, UK BARRY RICHARDS Professor of Public Communication, Head of Research in Bournemouth Media School, and Director of the Centre for Public Communication Research at Bournemouth University, UK KAJA TAMPERE Senior Research Assistant in Public Relations and Organisational Communication, University of Jyväskylä, Finland SHERRYL WILSON Lecturer in Media Theory, University of Gloucestershire, UK

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