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Thanks for this,
These guys are big names in journalism studies, and I'd recommend people
reading their stuff.
> From: Steve Drew
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> Hi All,
> This just dropped in my inbox.
> The link goes to some interesting question, which I have not followed
> through to the end yet.
> It's an email 'dialogue' between James Fallows of Atlantic Monthly and
> Gitlin, a professor of culture, journalism, and sociology at New York
> University. Fallows and Gitlin are discussing the latter's new book -
> 'I've thought about the argument of your book often in the past week, and
> not just because I knew I'd have a chance to ask you questions about it.
> heart of your message, or so it seems to me, is that we don't spend enough
> time thinking about how awash we are in artificial stimuli of all sorts. '
> This is a stimulating exchange.
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