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Unformatted text preview: Amelia Burns English 2000 Pappas Reverse Outlinech. 6 Working Outline I. Introduction A. Context: I bring forward these quixotic uses of television to ridicule the hope harbored.not by the printing press in the fifteenth. (83-84) B. Prompt: What is television?...What sort of culture does it produce? (84) C. Thesis: If television is a continuation of anything, it is of a tradition begun by the telegraph and photograph in the mid-nineteenth century, not be the printing press in the fifteenth. (84) Entertainment is the supra-ideology of all discourse on television. No matter what is depicted or from what point of view, the overarching presumption is that it is there for our amusement and pleasure. (87) II. Body A. I must begin by making a distinction between a technology and a medium. (84) Like the brain. (84) a metaphor waiting to unfold. The printing press, for example. (84-85) The technology of television has a bias.different medium from that which we know. The technology of television has a bias....
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course ANTH 2015 taught by Professor Sills during the Spring '08 term at LSU.
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