Bibliographie sur les médias alternatifs aux Etats-Unis d'Amérique

  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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