Why Voice Matters: Culture and Politics After Neoliberalism

Why Voice Matters: Culture and Politics After Neoliberalism

Nick Couldry


during this booklet, Nick Couldry passionately argues for voice, the powerful chance for individuals to talk and be heard on what impacts their lives, because the in simple terms price that may really problem neoliberal politics. yet having voice isn't really sufficient: we have to understand our voice issues. Insisting that the reply is going a lot deeper than just calling for 'more voices', no matter if at the streets or within the media, Couldry offers a stunning variety of research from the true international of Blair and Obama to the social concept of Judith Butler and Amartya Sen. This booklet breaks open the contradictions in neoliberal inspiration and indicates how the mainstream media not just fails to supply the capacity for individuals to offer an account of themselves, but additionally reinforces neoliberal values.

Show sample text content

Download sample