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Voyeur nation : media, privacy, and peering in modern culture / Clay Calvert.

بواسطة:Calvert, Clay [author].
نوع المادة : نصنصالسلاسل:Critical studies in communication and in cultural industries series: الناشر:Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, 2000الوصف:v, 274 pages ; 22 cm.نوع المحتوى:text نوع الوسائط: unmediated نوع الناقل:volumeردمك:0813366275 (hbk).الموضوع(موضوعات):Mass media | Voyeurism | Privacy, Right ofمصادر على الخط المباشرContributor biographical information | Publisher description الاستعراض: "Voyeur Nation traces the evolution and forces driving what the author calls the 'voyeurism value.' Calvert argues that although spectatorship and sensationalism are far from new phenomena, today a confluence of factors - legal, social, political, and technological - pushes mediated voyeurism to the forefront of our image-based world.".ملخص:"The First Amendment increasingly is called on to safeguard our right, via new technologies and recording devices, to peer into the innermost details of others' lives without fear of legal repercussion. But Calvert argues that the voyeurism value sacrifices privacy and contradicts the value of discourse in democracy and First Amendment theory, since voyeurism by its very nature involves merely watching without interacting or participating.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

"Voyeur Nation traces the evolution and forces driving what the author calls the 'voyeurism value.' Calvert argues that although spectatorship and sensationalism are far from new phenomena, today a confluence of factors - legal, social, political, and technological - pushes mediated voyeurism to the forefront of our image-based world.".

"The First Amendment increasingly is called on to safeguard our right, via new technologies and recording devices, to peer into the innermost details of others' lives without fear of legal repercussion. But Calvert argues that the voyeurism value sacrifices privacy and contradicts the value of discourse in democracy and First Amendment theory, since voyeurism by its very nature involves merely watching without interacting or participating.

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