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Media Rituals: A Critical Approach

@inproceedings{Couldry2003MediaRA,
  title={Media Rituals: A Critical Approach},
  author={Nick Couldry},
  year={2003}
}
Figures and Plates Preface 1. Media Rituals: The Short and the Long Route 2. Ritual and Liminality 3. Ritual Space: Unravelling the Myth of the Centre 4. Rethinking Media Events 5. Media 'Pilgrimages' and Everyday Media Boundaries 6. Live 'Reality' and the Future of Surveillance 7. Mediated Self-Disclosure: Before and After the Internet 8. Beyond Media Rituals? References Index 

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