Money Talks: Media, Markets, Crisis
Money Talks: Media, Markets, Crisis brings together leading writers and emerging scholars to explore the ways money, finance, and economic crisis are understood and talked about by a range of people, from traders and politicians to ordinary citizens, and how these accounts are framed and represented across a variety of media forms. Drawing on work in a number of disciplines, Money Talks offers a provocative and path-breaking demonstration of the value of incorporating approaches from media and cultural studies into the analysis of the meanings of money, the operations of capital, and understandings of crisis.
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Financial insider talk in the city of London
Funny in a rich mans world The contradictory conceptions of money in forex trading
Stating support for the city Thirty years of budget talk
More of the same News economic growth and the recycling of conventional wisdom
Conflict of interest disclosure in economics Will journalists aid the cause?
Trouble in the markets Differentiation in the Norwegian financial news landscape
No guns no rules just pure capitalism Hollywoods portraits of Wall Street
System down Three documentary accounts of crisis
I just hope the whole thing wont collapse Understanding and overcoming the EU financial crisis from the citizens perspective
Business as usual and its discontents
Notes on contributors
Covering the crisis Politics and culture