What position have television, radio and other electronic media like telephones and computers come to occupy in people's day-to-day lives and social relationships?
About the Author
Shaun Moores is Reader in Media and Cultural Studies at the University of Sunderland
Accessible to a very wide readership … Moores's work will be of use to anybody seeking level-headed summaries of the theories about broadcasting, the human geography of television and its audiences, or in issues related to space and time shifting in modern media. It will also interest sociologists and cultural studies scholars working in the areas of 'quotidian culture', a field of growing importance in both cultural and media studies.
This book is a significant synthesis and development of research in the area of audiences and consumption, utilising ethnography and focusing upon the domestic sphere.