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While the 1980s saw the critique of privatization take precedence, the concept of privatization evolved into a more nuanced account of marketization and/or neoliberalization. The critique of the neoliberalization of broadcasting, however, is often undermined by the lack of engagement with neoliberalism as a concept. Concerned with the need to understand rather than simply dismiss neoliberalism, this chapter outlines various theoretical approaches to neoliberalism, particularly the ‘ideological’ and ‘governmental’ approaches, and engages with the extent to which they can be reconciled and re-applied to broadcasting.
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