Using Frankfurt School critical theory, describe ways that cultural industries limit discourse.Identify at least three reasons why Carah and Louw argue that there has been little structural change in the shift from analogue to digital media. Shade and Lithgow argue that there are problematically high concentrations of media ownership in Canada. Why do they say this is important? Identify three concerns they suggest concentration of ownership presents in a democratic context.One of the aspects of “public interest” addressed in media reform is national identity. Shade and Lithgow identify a number of problems with and criticisms of national identity. What are they? Do you agree? Defend your answer.Shade and Lithgow argue for the importance of cultural citizenship. What is this, and why is it important?Identify and briefly describe three problems that Murdock suggests are created by new media technologies. What is the “digital commons,” and why does Murdock say it is important?What does Raboy mean when he describes Canada’s broadcasting system as a “hybrid” system?Raboy argues that public broadcasting has been defined by three dominant tensions that still shape it today. Identify and briefly describe each.Shade identifies four challenges for media reform in Canada looking to the future. Identify and briefly describe each.
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