Bibliografia sobre medios alternativos en los Estados Unidos de América

  1. Barbrook, Richard, and Andy Cameron. “The Californian Ideology”. Muse Issue 3, 1995.
  2. Barlow, William. 1988. Community Radio in the US: The Struggle for a Democratic Medium. Media, Culture and Society 10, 81-105.
  3. Barlow, William. 1999. Voice Over: The Making of Black Radio. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
  4. Bekken, Jon. 1998. Community Radio at the Crossroads. Federal Policy and the Professionalization of a Grassroots Medium. In Seizing the Airwaves. A Free Radio Handbook, Eds. Ron Sakolsky and Stephen Dunifer, 29-46. San Francisco: AK Press.
  5. Boddy, William. 1990. Alternative Television in the United States. Screen 31 (1): 91-101.
  6. Bollier, David. Public Assets, Private Profits: Reclaiming the American Commons in an Age of Market Enclosure. Washington DC: New America Foundation, 2001.
  7. Boyle, Deirdre. 1997. Subject to Change. Guerrilla Television Revisited. New York: Oxford University Press.
  8. Douglas, S. (1987) Inventing American Broadcasting: 1899-1922, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  9. Drobis, D. (1992) ‘The Increasing use of VNRs Reflects a Growing Interdependency between Television News and Public Relations’, Broadcasting, (24 August):17.
  10. Calabrese, Andrew, and Janet Wasko. “All Wired up and No Place to Go: The Search for Public Space in U.S. Cable Development.” Gazette 49 (1992): 121 - 151.
  11. Caldwell, J.T., “Alternative media in suburban plantation culture”, Media, Culture and Society, SAGE Publications, vol. 25, 2003, pp. 647-667.
  12. Downing, John. 1990. Ethnic Minority Radio in the United States. The Howard Journal of Communications, 2 (2): 135-148.
  13. Downing, John (1992) “Spanish-language media in the Greater New York region during the 1980s,” in Stephen Riggins, ed., Ethnic Minority Media: an international perspective. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications Inc., 256-75.
  14. Downing, John (1999b) “‘Hate speech’ and ‘First Amendment absolutism’ discourses in the US,” Discourse And Society 10.2, 175-89.
  15. Downing, John (1990b) “Political video in the United States: a statement for the 1990s,” in Barbara Osborn, ed. At Arm’s Length: (taking a good hard look at) artists’ video. New York: The Kitchen, 101-131.
  16. Elizalde, Ricardo Omar. 1998. Radio Latino. In Seizing the Airwaves: A Free Radio Handbook, Eds. Ron Sakolsky and Stephen Dunifer, 127-132. San Francisco: AK Press.
  17. Engelman, Ralph. 1994. “’Public Access’ versus ‘public control’ in the American media reform movement. Paper presented at the European Institute of Communication and Culture Colloquium “Rethinking Access: Theory, Policy and Practice of Access to Electronic Media,” Piran, Slovenia.
  18. Engleman, Ralph. Public Radio and Television in America: A Political History. Thousand Oaks: Sage, 1996.
  19. Engelman, R. (1990) ‘The Origins of Public Access Cable Television, 1966-1972’, Journalism Monographs, (123) Columbia, SC: Association of Educators of Journalism and Mass Communication.
  20. FOLLETT, Danielle, BOOTHE, Thomas, ”'Democracy Now' donne sa voix à la gauche américaine”, Le Monde Diplomatique, n° 646, janvier 2008, p. 8-9.
  21. Fuller, Linda K. Community Television in the United States: A Sourcebook on Public, Educational, and Governmental Access. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1994.
  22. Gibbs, P.L., « Alternative things considered : a political economic analysis of labour processes and relations at a Honolulu alternative newspaper”, Media, Culture and Society, SAGE Publications, vol. 25, 2003, pp. 587-605.
  23. Godfried, Nathan (1997) WCFL: Chicago’s voice of labor, 1926-78. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.
  24. Gutierrez, Felix, and Reina Schement, Jorge. 1979. Spanish-language Radio in the Southwestern United States. Austin: University of Texas Monograph.
  25. Gutierrez, Felix. 1987. Foreword to Hispanic Media, U.S.A. A Narrative Guide to Print and Electronic Hispanic News Media in the United States, by Ana Veciana-Suarez. Wasington D.C.: The Media Institute.
  26. Hackett, Robert A. (1993) Engulfed: peace protest and America’s press during the Gulf War. Occasional Paper, Center for War, Peace and the News Media, New York University.
  27. Halleck, DeeDee. “Paper Tiger & Deep Dish: A Brief History.” Community Media Review 24, no. 2 (2001): 28.
  28. Halleck, D. (1984) “Paper Tiger Television: Smashing the Myths of the Information Industry Every Week on Public Access Cable,” Media, Culture and Society 6, 313-318.
  29. Halleck, D. (1993) “Deep Dish TV: Community Video from Geostationary Orbit.” LEONARDO 26(5), 415-420.
  30. Hallin, Daniel C. (1986) The “uncensored” war: the media and Vietnam. New York: Oxford University Press.
  31. Hardt, Hanno (1993) “Alternative visions of democracy: culture and communication in the United States,” in Slavko Splichal and Janet Wasko, eds., 1993, 87-102.
  32. Hertsgaard, Mark (1988) On Bended Knee: the press and the Reagan presidency. New York: Farrar Straus Giroux.
  33. Hilliard, Robert L. & Michael C. Keith (1999) Waves Of Rancor: tuning in the radical right. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, Inc.
  34. Jezer, Marty (1982) The Dark Ages: life in the United States 1945-1960. Boston: South End Press.
  35. Kellner, Douglas (1992) The Persian Gulf TV War. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
  36. Kletter, Richard et al. 1977. Access and the Social Environment in the United States of America. In Access: Some Western Models of Community Media, ed. Frances J. Berrigan, 27-83. Paris: UNESCO.
  37. Kessler, L., The dissident press. Alternative journalism in American history, Beverly Hills, London, New Delhi, SAGE Publications, 1984.
  38. L and, J. (1999) Active Radio: Pacifica’s Brash Experiment, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
  39. Lasar, M. (2000) Pacifica Radio: The Rise of an Alternative Network, Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
  40. Lee, M. and Heup Cho, C. (1995) ‘Women Watching Together: An Ethnographic Study of Korean Soap Opera Fans in the United States’, in G. Dines and J. Humez (eds)Gender, Race and Class in Media, Thousand Oaks: Sage, pp. 482-487.
  41. Leuthold, Steven (1998) Indigenous Aesthetics: Native art, media and identity. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.
  42. LEVO-HENRIKSSON, Ritva (2007), « Media as constructor of ethnic minority identity: A Native American case study », in FULLER, Linda K. (Editor), COMMUNITY MEDIA: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES,Palgrave Macmillan.
  43. Levy, Emanuel (1999) Cinema Of Outsiders: the rise of American independent film. New York: New York University Press.
  44. Lewes, J., “The Underground Press in America (1964-1968): Outlining an Alternative, the Envisioning of and Underground”, Journal of Communication Inquiry, 24:4, SAGE Publications, October 2000, pp. 379-400.
  45. Linder, Laura R. Public Access Television: America’s Electronic Soapbox. Westport: Praeger, 1999.
  46. Maffi, M. (1995) Gateway to the Promised Land: Ethnic Cultures in New York City's Lower East Side, New York: New York University Press.
  47. McConnell, Bill. “TV’s Terrestrial Imperative.” Broadcasting & Cable 130, no. 7 (2000): 14.
  48. McChesney, Robert (1993) Telecommunications, Mass Media and Democracy: the battle for the control of US broadcasting, 1928-1935. New York: Oxford University Press.
  49. Milkman, Paul (1997) PM: a New Deal in Journalism, 1940-1948. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
  50. Min, I., « Perceptions of the audience by the alternative press producers: a case study of the Texas Observer », Media, Culture and Society, London, Thousand Oaks and New Delhi, vol. 26(3), SAGE Publications, pp. 450-458.
  51. Moritz, Marguerite J. (1992) ‘How US News Media Represent Sexual Minorities.’ In Peter Dahlgren and Colin Sparks (eds.), Journalism and Popular Culture, London: Sage: 154-170.
  52. Nader, R., Love, J. and Saindon, A. (1995) “Federal telecommunications legislation: impact on media concentration,” an internet newsletter, Consumer Project on Technology, 14 July.
  53. O'Neil, Mathieu (1996) Les Réseaux de Publications Marginales dans la Région de San Francisco: l'Epoque Contemporaine, Université Paris 7, unpublished Ph.D. thesis.
  54. Paper Tiger Television Catalog. 1987. New York: Paper Tiger Television. Quoted in William Boddy, Alternative Television in the United States. Screen 31 1 (1990): 97.
  55. Rada, Stepehen E. 1978. Ramah Navajo Radio and Cultural Preservation. Journal of Broadcasting, 22: 361-372.
  56. Reina Schement, Jorge, and Florez, Ricardo. 1977. The Origins of Spanish-language Radio: The Case of San Antonio, Texas. Journalism History 4 (2): 56-61.
  57. Renz, Byron B. 1978. Portuguese Language Broadcasting in Linguistic and Cultural Maintenance in Northern California. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 68:23-40.\
  58. Rice, J. (1980-1981) “Cable Access: Promise of the Eighties.” In M. L. Hollowell, ed., The Cable/Broadband Communications Book (Vol. 2). New York: Industry Publications, 100-117.
  59. Rodríguez, Clemencia. (2002). “Citizens’ Media and the Voice of the Angel/Poet.” Media International Australia # 103, 78-87.
  60. Rodríguez, Clemencia. (2003). “Los Medios Ciudadanos y la Voz del Angel/Poeta.” Signo y Pensamiento 22, 124-133 (2003).
  61. Rodriguez, Jeanette (1994) Our Lady Of Guadalupe: Faith and Empowerment among Mexican-American Women. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.
  62. Rosenfeld, Richard (1998) American Aurora: the suppressed history of our nation’s beginnings and the newspaper that tried to report it. New York: St Martin’s Press.
  63. Schudson, M. (1986) Advertising, The Uneasy Persuasion: Its Dubious Impact on American Society, New York: Basic Books.
  64. Seubert, Emilia (1987) “Native American media in the United States: an overview,” in John D.H. Downing, ed., Film And Politics In The Third World, New York: Autonomedia, 303-310.
  65. Sholle, David (1995) “Access through activism: extending the ideas of Negt and Kluge to American alternative media practices,” Javnost/The Public 2.4: 21-35.
  66. Shore, Elliott (1988) Talkin’ Socialism: J.A. Wayland and the role of the press in American radicalism, 1890-1912. Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas.
  67. Showalter, Elaine (1977) A Literature Of Their Own. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
  68. Shiva, V. (1996) “US makes exchange of info a crime,” Third World Network Features, 5 Dec. This report is available online (searchable by date) in the Chiapas95 archives gopher://mundo.eco.utexas.edu:70/11/mailing/chiapas95.archive
  69. Streitmatter, R., Voices of revolution. The dissident press in America, Columbia University Press, New York, 2001.
  70. Subervi-Vélez, Federico. 1994. Mass Communication and Hispanics. In Handbook of Hispanic Cultures in the United States, eds. Nicolás Kanellos and Claudio Esteva-Fabregat, 304-357. Houston, TX: Arte Público Press.
  71. Sussman, W. (1997) ‘Culture and Communication’, in Culture as History: The Transformation of American Society in the Twentieth Century, New York: Pantheon, pp. 252-270.
  72. Tunstall, J. (1977) The Media are American: Anglo-American Media in the World,London: Constable.
  73. Tyson, J. L. (1999) ‘Self-Sufficiency is Measure of Chicago Newspaper’s Success', Christian Science Monitor, (11 April), p. 3.
  74. WALKER, Jesse, Rebels on the Air : An Alternative History of Radio in America, New York, New York University Press, 2001.
  75. Washburn, Patrick S. (1986) A Question Of Sedition: the Federal Government’s investigation of the Black Press during World War II. New York: Oxford University Press.
  76. Worth, Sol and Adair, John. 1972. Through Navajo Eyes: An Exploration in Film Communication and Anthropology. Bloomington and London: Indiana University Press.
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