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Herbert I. Schiller (1919-2000) has been called America's most original and influential media analyst of the left in the twentieth century. Maxwell's timely book fuses biography and history in a digest of Schiller's major works to reveal their continuing relevance for critical communication studies. Visit our website for sample chapters!
Richard Maxwell is professor of media studies at Queens College, City University of New York
Table of Contents
|Introduction: Reading Schiller||1||(8)|
|1 Becoming a Critic of American Empire||9||(20)|
|2 The Military-Industrial-Communication-Entertainment Complex||29||(14)|
|3 Mind Management and the Shaping of the Informational Workforce||43||(18)|
|4 Cultural Imperialism and the Limits to National Communication-Cultural Policy||61||(24)|
|5 Deceptions and Contradictions of the "Information Age"||85||(16)|
|6 Culture Incorporated||101||(14)|
|Conclusion: What Kind of Society?||115||(18)|
|Herbert I. Schiller: Publications, 1955-2000||133||(10)|
|About the Author||155|