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Four arguments for the elimination of television / by Jerry Mander.


New York : Morrow, 1978.
ISBN 0688032745, 0688082742

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Subjects Psychologische aspecten.
Sociale aspecten.
Televisie.
Television -- Psychological aspects.
Television broadcasting -- Social aspects -- United States.
Television broadcasting -- Social aspects.
Télédiffusion -- Aspect social -- États-Unis.
Télévision -- Aspect psychologique.
United States.
Description 371 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1978.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 363-371).
Summary Depicts television as a technological monster, a menace to the psychology of the individual and to the environment, and an instrument of unprecedented autorcratic power.
Contents Introduction. The belly of the beast ; War to control the unity machine -- The mediation of experience. The walling of awareness ; Expropriation of knowledge ; Adrift in mental space -- The colonization of experience. Advertising : the standard-gauge railway ; The centralization of control -- Effects of television on the human being. Anecdotal reports : sick, crazy, mesmerized ; The ingestion of artificial light ; How television dims the mind ; How we turn into our images ; The replacement of human images by television -- The inherent biases of television. Information loss ; Images disconnected from source ; Artificial unusualness ; The pieces that fall through the filter -- Impossible thoughts. Television taboo.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3240263
(OCoLC)ocm03240263
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Mander, Jerry.
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