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100 1  Jurriëns, Edwin,|d1972- 
245 10 From monologue to dialogue :|bradio and reform in 
       Indonesia /|cEdwin Jurriëns. 
260    Leiden :|bKITLV Press,|c2009. 
300    1 online resource (vi, 190 pages) :|billustrations 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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490 1  Verhandelingen van het Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, 
       Land- en Volkenkunde,|x1572-1892 ;|v264 
500    Directory of Open Access Books: DOAB. 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 167-177) and 
505 00 |gI.|tIntroduction --|tFacts and fiction --|tRadio 
       journalism, the public sphere, dialogism --|tWords of 
       gratitude --|gII.|tReformasi and the medium of radio --
       |tWhy radio? --|tA short history of Indonesian radio --
       |tLanguage and power; New Order's heteroglossia --
       |tAgainst monologism; Pasemon and plesetan --|tReformasi; 
       Carnival and dialogism --|gIII.|tMedia and publicness --
       |tThe Depok School and the migration of concepts --
       |tHabermas, the bourgeois public sphere and the mass media
       --|tRadio Republik Indonesia; Public radio and the 
       Broadcasting Law --|tKomisi Penyiaran Indonesia; 
       Monitoring the publicness of broadcasting --|t'More than 
       just music'; News radio and segmentation --|tWhat is new 
       about the news? --|gIV.|tRadio journalism, transition, 
       Indonesianness --|tThe New Order and development 
       journalism --|tControl and contestation --|tKBR 68H and 
       Internews Indonesia; Independent journalism, peace 
       journalism, transparency --|tIndonesia Media Law and 
       Policy Centre; Meta-journalism --|tFriedrich Naumann 
       Stiftung; Contests, inserts and virtual interactivity --
       |gV.|tThe actors of interactive radio journalism --|tThe 
       genre of the audience participation programme --|tHosts 
       addressing their audiences --|tThe authority of experts --
       |tEditors and gatekeepers --|gVI.|tThe activity of 
       interactive radio journalism --|tMulti-sided journalism --
       |t'News-interaktif-solutif'; From practical solutions to 
       sustainable development --|t'Wandering around the city'; 
       Virtual travel and regional awareness --|tTalk-back radio 
       and the refeudalization of the public sphere? --|tMedia 
       literacy --|gVII.|tThe discipline of talking --|tThe media
       of the Bali Post Group --|tGlobal FM; 'Don't be unwilling 
       to talk' --|tThe discipline of talking; 'Global terkini' 
       and 'Jumpa pendengar' --|tContests for listeners; Awarding
       'Social empowerment personalities' --|gVIII.|tRadio 
       komunitas and the imagination of community --
       |tAccessibility, participation, self-awareness --|tAura 
       and the everyday --|tCommunity radio in Central Java --
       |tCampus radio in Yogyakarta --|tGrassroots theatre, 
       Brecht; Umfunktionierung and Verfremdung --|tNostalgia for
       aura --|gIX.|tConclusion; Reformasi and the dialogical 
       public sphere. 
520    "From monologue to dialogue; Radio and reform in Indonesia
       analyses how radio journalism since the late 1990s has 
       been shaped by and contributed to Reformasi, or the 
       ambition of democratizing Indonesian politics, economy and
       society. The book examines ideas and practices such as 
       independent journalism, peace journalism, meta-journalism,
       virtual interactivity, talk-back radio and community radio,
       which have all been designed to renew audience interest in
       media and societal affairs. It pays special attention to 
       radio programmes that enable hosts, experts, listeners and
       other participants to discuss and negotiate the very rules
       and boundaries of Indonesia's newly acquired media 
       freedom. The author argues that these contemporary 
       programmes provide dialogic alternatives to the official 
       New Order discourse dominated by monologism. Edwin 
       Jurriëns is Lecturer in Indonesian Language and Culture at
       the University of New South Wales, Canberra, Australia. He
       is author of Cultural travel and migrancy; The artistic 
       representation of globalization in the electronic media of
       West Java (KITLV, 2004) and co-editor of Cosmopatriots; On
       distant belongings and close encounters (Rodopi, 2007.)"--
       Publisher's description. 
546    English. 
588 0  Print version record. 
590    JSTOR|bBooks at JSTOR Open Access 
650  0 Radio broadcasting|xSocial aspects|zIndonesia. 
653  0 Radio 
653  0 Journalism 
653  0 Political change 
653  0 Reformasi 
653  0 Democratization 
653  5 Indonesia 
655  4 Electronic books. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tFrom monologue to dialogue.|dLeiden : 
       KITLV Press, 2009|z9789067183543|w(DLC)  2011373908
830  0 Verhandelingen van het Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, 
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