British Cultural Studies, Active Audiences and the Status of Cultural Theory : An Interview With David Morley

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Morley, David G. ; Jin, Huimin (2011)
  • Publisher: Sage
  • Subject: P300
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    Eco, Umberto (1995 [1994]) 'Does the Audience Have Bad Effects on Television?', in Umberto Eco, Apocalypse Postponed, trans. and ed. Robert Lumley. London: Flamingo.

    His publications in Chinese include Active Audience Theory: A Study of Hall-Morley's Model (2010), Consequences of New Media: A Critical Theory Concerning the End of Literature (2005), Postmodernity and Dialectical Hermeneutics (2002), Beyond the Will: A Study of Arthur Schopenhauer's Philosophy and Aesthetics (1999 and 2007) and AntiMetaphysics and Contemporary Aesthetics (1997). He has also published several articles in English, the most recent of which is 'Simulacrum: An Aesthetization or An-esthetization' (Theory, Culture & Society 25(6), 2008). He is Editor of the journal Differences. [email:;]

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