A Media Studies Reader
Think of A Media Studies Reader as a guide book, a collection of maps, a rough guide. This guide:
- Does not reproduce a territory, but rather creates a way of seeing a field — a world in which media is not only entertainment, but education and enculturation — symbolically and iconically.
- Emphasizes media literacy, the impact of new technologies on everyday life, and philosophies of communication — most with a political, feminist, and radical humanist twist.
- Can suit the needs of the undergraduate and graduate alike who share a thirst for observations that bring the field of media studies inquiry to light.