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 Indonesiaas newly acquired media freedom. The author argues that these contemporary programmes provide dialogic alternatives to the official New Order discourse dominated by monologism.... in Kelompencapir and state-sponsored competitions for Sundanese wayang golek (wooden puppet theatre). ... contests, the performances had to a#39;thematize mental and spiritual developmenta#39;, a#39;communicate the instructions of development toanbsp;...
|Title||:||From Monologue to Dialogue|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 2009-01-01|