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Seeing and Believing: The Influence of Television - Greg Philo


Television has a powerful impact on our beliefs and is open to use as a political and propaganda tool. Greg Philo has taken a new approach to examining these issues by inviting groups of television vi



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Seeing and Believing: The Influence of Television - Greg Philo


Television has a powerful impact on our beliefs and is open to use as a political and propaganda tool. Greg Philo has taken a new approach to examining these issues by inviting groups of television vi