Constructing the Self in a Mediated World

Constructing the Self in a Mediated World
Author : Debra Grodin
Publisher : SAGE Publications
Total Pages : 240
Release : 1996-01-18
ISBN 10 : 9781452247908
ISBN 13 : 1452247900
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Constructing the Self in a Mediated World Book Description:

In today's world, identities are no longer built solely within communities of family, neighbourhood, school and work - the media plays an important role in formulating our identities or constructions of self. This volume brings together the usually segregated areas of interpersonal and mass communication, and also incorporates work from sociology, psychology and women's studies. Each contributor examines our understanding of self both within a specific context of mediated culture and within a specific theoretical framework, such as critical theory, social constructionism and feminism.


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