Routledge, 2003. — 172 p.This book is an attempt to explore and describe some of the relationships between television as a technology and television as a cultural form. In the contemporary debate about the general relations between technology, social institutions and culture, television is obviously an outstanding case. Indeed its present importance, as an element in each of these areas, and as a point of interaction between them, is in effect unparalleled.Contents Preface to the Routledge Classics Edition Foreword Foreword to the Second Edition The technology and the society Institutions of the technology The forms of television Programming: distribution and flow Effects of the technology and its uses Alternative technology, alternative uses? Notes Selected Bibliography Index
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