Five Myths of Television Power
Mr. Davis talked about the research behind his book, The Five Myths of Television Power, or Why the Medium Is Not the Message, published by… read more
Mr. Davis talked about the research behind his book, The Five Myths of Television Power, or Why the Medium Is Not the Message, published by Simon and Schuster. He explained his exploration into the attitudes preserving the five commonly held assumptions about Americans and television, including the myth that political and social views are shaped by television, and the myth that Americans love television. close
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Douglas Davis Critic New York Times->Art and Media
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