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Consuming Environments: Television and Commercial Culture

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Consuming Environments: Television and Commercial Culture - Craig, Steve, Professor, and Budd, Mike, and Steinman, Clay
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This is an exploration of how much TV people watch, why they watch too much, and what they see. The authors argue that while people may have good reasons for watching television, they seem to be unaware that such habits might be harmful to their environmental health. The book examines how advertising and media companies have shaped the commercial content of most television, tracing industry motives and operations and their increasing concentration in fewer hands.

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Consuming Environments: Television and Commercial Culture 1999, Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, NJ

ISBN-13: 9780813525921

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