Television Truths: Forms of Knowledge in Popular Culture
John Wiley & Sons, 15 avr. 2008 - 304 pages
Television Truths considers what we know about TV, whether we love it or hate it, where TV is going, and whether viewers should bother going along for the ride. This engaging volume, written by one of television's best known scholars, offers a new take on the history of television and an up-to-date analysis of its imaginative content and cultural uses.
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