Screens of Power: Ideology, Domination, and Resistance in Informational Society
The author explores how certain aspects of power work in contemporary, "information-based" societies, paying particular attention to recent developments in the United States. As the process of informationalization advances, he maintains, new modes of domination spark the rise of alternative forms of resistance to the social, political, economic, and cultural transformations taking place. He offers a critical reconstruction and blend of concepts drawn from Jean Baudrillard, Guy Debord, Ronald Barthes, and from the Frankfurt School.
Specifications of Screens of Power: Ideology, Domination, and Resistance in Informational Society
|Author||Timothy W. Luke|
|Publisher||University of Illinois Press|
|Number Of Pages||280|
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