Table of Contents

PART ONE Introduction to Part One Chapter One Cultural Institutions, Cultural Policy and the Historical Foundations of Australian Broadcast Media Policy Chapter Two Citizenship, Media and Liberal Forms of Government: Political and National Dimensions Chapter Three Broadcast Media Policy, Broadcast Property and the ‘Social Contract’ Conclusion to Part One PART TWO Introduction to Part Two Chapter Four The Rise and Fall of Public Participation? Broadcast Media Policy and the Australian Broadcasting Tribunal 1972-1982 Chapter Five Content Regulation and Cultural Policy: The ABT’s Australian Content Inquiry 1983-1989 Chapter Six New Services, New Policies? Neo-Liberal Policy Discourse and the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 Chapter Seven Globalisation, International Trade Agreements and Australian Media Policy Conclusion Bibliography 2



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