Sign Wars: The Culture Jammers Strike Back
UoM Custom Book Centre, 2010 - 284 pages
PMA whole new generation of media activists and culture jammers have taken on the government and corporate advertising worlds.New technologies have greatly assisted artists,writers,film makers and activists to challenge and reverse the one-way flow of mind-numbing mainstream media.Camcorders,amateur and ham radio,mobile phones,the Internet and various other inexpensive means of exchanging signals have empowered this new generatio
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