Substantially updated, this revised edition of Why Viewers Watch
presents recent research, overlooked past studies and fresh survey
data to offer an alternative perspective on the role of television
and how it serves its viewers psychologically.
Fowles argues that television is a grandly therapeutic force' -
a tension-reliever of great benefit to viewers. He also examines
the phenomenon of media snobbery - anti-television attitudes
proliferated by those who want to feel superior to others by
denigrating television viewing.
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