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    Media Concentration and Minority Ownership: The Intersection of Ellul and Habermas.John O. Omachonu & Kevin Healey - 2009 - Journal of Mass Media Ethics 24 (2-3):90 – 109.
    Minorities comprise a tiny fraction of media owners, and continued media consolidation exacerbates existing disparities. This article examines this problem by integrating the work of Jurgen Habermas and Jacques Ellul. These theorists identify a common concern—described alternately as technicization and colonization—involving homogenization of content, loss of localism, and decreased ownership diversity. In different ways, each acknowledges the possibility that social action can make a difference. Habermas' discourse ethics provides a normative foundation for arguing on behalf of ownership diversity and policy (...)
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    Media Concentration and Minority Ownership: The Intersection of Ellul and Habermas.Kevin Healey & John O. Omachonu - 2009 - Journal of Mass Media Ethics 24 (2-3):90-109.
    Minorities comprise a tiny fraction of media owners, and continued media consolidation exacerbates existing disparities. This article examines this problem by integrating the work of Jurgen Habermas and Jacques Ellul. These theorists identify a common concern—described alternately as technicization and colonization—involving homogenization of content, loss of localism, and decreased ownership diversity. In different ways, each acknowledges the possibility that social action can make a difference. Habermas' discourse ethics provides a normative foundation for arguing on behalf of ownership diversity and policy (...)
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    The Theoretical Capacity: A Book Review by John O. Omachonu. [REVIEW]John O. Omachonu - 1995 - Journal of Mass Media Ethics 10 (1):54.
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