Defining propaganda as a form of "activated ideology," George H. Szanto discusses the distortion of information that occurs in dramatic literature in its stage, film, and television forms.
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About the Author
George H. Szanto is Professor Emeritus of Communications, McGill University, Montreal. He was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 1988.
Table of Contents
- Chapter One. Polemical Introduction
- Chapter Two. Information, Distortion, Propaganda: Control Factors in Technological Societies
- Chapter Three. Three Theaters of Propaganda
- Chapter Four. Class Struggle and Late-Medieval Integration Propaganda in the Wakefield Mystery Cycle
- Chapter Five. Samuel Beckett and Dramatic Possibilities in an Age of Technological Retention
- Appendix. Contradiction and Demystification: Some Directions for Future Analyses
- Selected Bibliography