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by Douglas Kellner

Author: Douglas Kellner
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge (January 30, 2003)
Pages: 208 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.8
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. During the mid-1990s, the . The case became a spectacle of race.

Home Browse Books Book details, Media Spectacle. In this excellent follow up to his best selling Media Culture, Kellner's fascinating new volume delivers an informative read for students of sociology, culture and media. During the past decades, the culture industries have multiplied media spectacles in novel spaces and sites, and spectacle itself is becoming one of the organizing principles of the economy, polity, society, and everyday life. The Internet-based economy deploys spectacle as a means of promotion, reproduction, and the circulation and selling of commodities.

Media Spectacle book.  . Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. Douglas M. Kellner.

Taylor & Francis, Jan 14, 2004 - Social Science - 208 pages. The case became a spectacle of race, gender, class and violence, bringing in elements of domestic melodrama, crime drama and legal drama.

Through the analysis of several such media spectacles - including Elvis, The X Files .

Through the analysis of several such media spectacles - including Elvis, The X Files, Michael Jordan, and the Bill Clinton sex scandals - Doug Kellner draws out important insights into media, journalism, the public sphere and politics in an era of new technologies. According to this fascinating new book, the Simpson case was just one example of what the author calls 'media spectacle' - a form of media culture that puts contemporary dreams, nightmares, fantasies and values on display.

Media entertainment is often highly pleasurable and uses sight, sound, and spectacle to seduce audiences into identifying with certain views, attitudes, feelings, and positions.

No part of this book may be reprinted or reproduced or utilised in any form or by any electronic, mechanical, or other means, now known or hereafter invented, including photocopying and recording, or in any information storage or retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publishers. Media entertainment is often highly pleasurable and uses sight, sound, and spectacle to seduce audiences into identifying with certain views, attitudes, feelings, and positions. Consumer culture offers a dazzling array of goods and services that induce individuals to participate in a system of commercial gratification.

Media Spectacle and the Crisis of Democracy

Media Spectacle and the Crisis of Democracy. Boulder: Paradigm, 2005. Douglas Kellner is George Kneller Chair in the Philosophy of Education at UCLA and is author of many books on social theory, politics, history, and culture, including Media Culture and Media Spectacle and the Crisis of Democracy. Kellner's latest book is Guys and Guns Amok: Domestic Terrorism and School Shootings from the Oklahoma City Bombings to the Virginia Tech Massacre.

During the mid-1990s, the . Through the analysis of several such media spectacles - including Elvis, The X Files, Michael Jordan, and the Bill Clinton sex scandals - Doug Kellner draws out important insights into media, journalism, the public sphere and politics in an era of new technologies.

The book examines how policies, curricula and school practice address what it means for school students to become 'good' citizens in the 21st century. Donald Trump and the Politics of the Spectacle. Pages 3-6. Kellner, Douglas. The book contends that citizenship education and moral education in both countries overlap on the task of how to educate for a good citizen. The Apprentice, Twitter, and the Summer of Trump.

During the mid-1990s, the O.J. Simpson murder trial dominated the media in the United States and were circulated throughout the world via global communications networks. The case became a spectacle of race, gender, class and violence, bringing in elements of domestic melodrama, crime drama and legal drama. According to this fascinating new book, the Simpson case was just one example of what the author calls 'media spectacle' - a form of media culture that puts contemporary dreams, nightmares, fantasies and values on display. Through the analysis of several such media spectacles - including Elvis, The X Files, Michael Jordan, and the Bill Clinton sex scandals - Doug Kellner draws out important insights into media, journalism, the public sphere and politics in an era of new technologies.

In this excellent follow up to his best selling Media Culture, Kellner's fascinating new volume delivers an informative read for students of sociology, culture and media.