Understanding Society, Culture, and Television (Google eBook)
Contemporary society has badly misunderstood television. This book offers to guide the reader through the misinformation and exaggeration that wrongly influence cultural discourse and public policy with regard to TV. It presents a new perspective for the 21st century.
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