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Seeing Things: Television in an Age of Uncertainty

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John Ellis outlines here his ambitious project of redefining our view of television. Using the idea of "witness" to explore both television and its audiences, he focuses on the fudamental changes that this powerful medium has gone through in the last twenty years, demonstrating how it uses all the means at its disposal, from scheduling and talk shows to documentaries and c ...more
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published January 15th 2000 by I. B. Tauris
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John Ellis gained an MA in International Relations at the University of Sussex and took a PhD course in Military Studies at the University of Manchester.Ellis has been described by Len Deighton as 'one of the best historians we have', is the author of ten highly praised books, including A Social History the of Machine Gun, Eye-Deep in Hell, Brute Force, One Day in a Very Long War and The World War ...more
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