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Plato's Cave: Television and Its Discontents
     

Plato's Cave: Television and Its Discontents

by John O'Neill, John O'Neil
 
Extending the work of Marshall McLuhan, O'Neill (York U., Toronto) frames television as both a prop and an implant. He pays much attention to political economy, body politics, and biotechnology; and exploits the conflict between the capital bodies of TV and the communicative body portrayed in his earlier works. He does not say when the first edition came out, or in

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Extending the work of Marshall McLuhan, O'Neill (York U., Toronto) frames television as both a prop and an implant. He pays much attention to political economy, body politics, and biotechnology; and exploits the conflict between the capital bodies of TV and the communicative body portrayed in his earlier works. He does not say when the first edition came out, or in what ways he changed it for this revised edition. Annotation ©2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781572733909
Publisher:
Hampton Press, Incorporated
Publication date:
02/28/2002
Series:
Hampton Press Communication Series
Edition description:
REVISED
Pages:
204

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