Television And Everyday Life

@inproceedings{Silverstone1994TelevisionAE,
  title={Television And Everyday Life},
  author={Roger Silverstone},
  year={1994}
}
1. Television, Ontology and the Transitional Object 2. Television and a Place Called Home 3. The Suburbanization of the Public Sphere 4. The Tele-Technological System 5. Television and Consumption 6. On the Audience 7. Television, Technology and Everyday Life References 
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