Critical Terms for Media Studies
Communications, philosophy, film and video, digital culture: media studies straddles an astounding array of fields and disciplines and produces a vocabulary that is in equal parts rigorous and intuitive. Critical Terms for Media Studiesdefines, and at times, redefines, what this new and hybrid area aims to do, illuminating the key concepts behind its liveliest debates and most dynamic topics. Part of a larger conversation that engages culture, technology, and politics, this exciting collection of essays explores our most critical language for dealing with the qualities and modes of contemporary media. Edited by two outstanding scholars in the field, W.J.T. Mitchell and Mark B.N. Hansen, the volume features works by a team of distinguished contributors.
- 2010 The University of Chicago
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- University of Chicago Press
- Itariki y’inyongera:
- Computers and Internet, Language Arts, Literature and Fiction, Nonfiction, Philosophy, Social Studies, Technology,
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