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Television, public spheres, and civic cultures

Dahlgren, Peter LU (2005) In A Companion to Television p.411-432
Abstract
There is a long critical literature about popular television's role in the public sphere of modern society, underscoring its many shortcomings. While not negating these problems, this chapter suggests that TV (and popular culture) offer opportunities for audiences to air, process, and make political sense of changing cultural horizons, norms, and values.
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civic cultures, television, public sphere
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A Companion to Television
editor
Wasko, Janet
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411 - 432
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Wiley-Blackwell
ISBN
978-0230007208
language
English
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