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A Critical Introduction to Media and Communication Theory

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bell hooks' writings have been touchstones for major debates in the "culture wars", fostering insight into many central questions in communication studies. Her work is vital to students and scholars who explore the ways in which media shape our sense of our selves, our roles, and those with whom we interact. This book provides readers with a measured, contextualized introduction to how hooks' writings on media and culture enhance our understanding of key concepts in communication. hooks' insistence on focusing our attention on the workings of power and the impact of history and her willingness to explore connections between individual and group experiences have produced provocative, fruitful conjectures about media and culture.

Product code: 9781433115868

ISBN 9781433115868
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H225xW150
Series A Critical Introduction to Media and Communication Theory
Edition New edition
Publisher Peter Lang Publishing Inc
No. Of Pages 129
bell hooks' writings have been touchstones for major debates in the "culture wars", fostering insight into many central questions in communication studies. This book provides readers with a measured, contextualized introduction to how hooks' writings on media and culture enhance our understanding of key concepts in communication.