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Transmission
Toward a Post-Television Culture

Second Edition
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Volume: 17

October 2012 | 336 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Today, information is exchanged across an expanding spectrum, from divergent sources, in a multiplicity of applications. This new theory of transmission extends its vision beyond the boundaries of television to the still-shifting territories of interactive media. The chapters in Transmission investigate the impact of video and interactivity and virtual reality on the social, cultural, and economic environment of television. Comparing the recent past with the present--and the immediate future--this groundbreaking work examines aesthetic values as they are shaped by gender, race, and class issues. Since video looks at how television (mis)represents culture, Transmission examines the effects of communication tools and technologies on its participating constituents. An important volume for any scholar or student in the areas of media studies, mass communication, cultural studies, or popular culture.

Peter d'Agostino and David Tafler
Introduction
Sean Cubitt
Lost Generations
Fredric R Jameson
Surrealism without the Unconscious
Andrea L Press
Women Watching Television
Issues of Class, Gender, and Mass Media Reception

 
Todd Gitlin
The Whole World Is Watching
Avital Ronell
Video/Television/Rodney King
Twelve Steps beyond The Pleasure Principle

 
Erik Barnouw
The Case of the A-Bomb Footage
Marita Sturken
The Television Image and Collective Amnesia
Dis(re)membering the Persian Gulf War

 
Deirdre Boyle
Guerrilla Television
Laurie Ouellette
Will the Revolution Be Televised? Camcorders, Activism, and Alternative Television in the 1990s
Eric Michaels
The Aboriginal Invention of Television in Central Australia 1982-1986
John Carey and Pat O'Hara
Interactive Television
David Tafler
Boundaries and Frontiers
Interactivity and Participant Experience - Building New Models and Formats

 
Peter d'Agostino
Virtual Realities
Recreational Vehicles for a Post-Television Culture?

 

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