The Hidden Meaning of Mass Communications: Cinema, Books, and Television in the Age of Computers

The Hidden Meaning of Mass Communications: Cinema, Books, and Television in the Age of Computers

The Hidden Meaning of Mass Communications: Cinema, Books, and Television in the Age of Computers

The Hidden Meaning of Mass Communications: Cinema, Books, and Television in the Age of Computers

Synopsis

Contrary to current opinion, Hoveyda contends that "cinema" has preceded literature and other forms of art. The development of televison, computers, and the Internet, in the view of the literary establishment, imperils books. Hoveyda examines the relationship between film, television, computers, and books and finds a hidden purpose behind all the inventions in mass communications since the creation of alphabets.
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