Image journeys: audio-visual media and cultural change in India
Sage Publications, Apr 1, 1999 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 338 pages
This volume examines the influence of audio-visual media in cultural change in India. The essays focus on: the dynamics of network change; the relationships between image and viewer; and the journey of images between points of reading in contemporary India that are mediated through television, cinema, video and the internet.
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