Satan and Savior: Mass Communication in Progressive Thought
Explores the contradictory philosophical reception of mass communication in the social thought of progressive writers. Relation between society and its self-representations; Concern of progressive social thought on the viability of Enlightenment ideals in an age of industrialization and urbanization; View of the writers on the problem of social sensorium.
John Durham Peters. "Satan and Savior: Mass Communication in Progressive Thought" Critical Studies in Mass Communication 6.3 (1989): 247-263.
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