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020   $a9781595588678 (hardcover)
020   $a1595588671 (hardcover)
020   $z9781595588913 (ebook)
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050 00$aHM851$b.M393 2013
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100 1 $aMcChesney, Robert Waterman,$d1952-
245 10$aDigital disconnect :$bhow capitalism is turning the Internet against democracy /$cRobert W. McChesney.
264  1$aNew York :$bThe New Press,$c2013.
300   $axv, 299 pages ;$c25 cm
336   $atext$2rda content
337   $aunmediated$2rda media
338   $avolume$2rda carrier
504   $aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 233-284) and index.
505 0 $aWhat is the elephant in the digital room? -- Does capitalism equal democracy? -- How can the political economy of communication help us understand the Internet? -- The Internet and capitalism I: where dinosaurs roam? -- The internet and capitalism II: empire of the senseless? -- Journalism is dead! Long live journalism? -- Revolution in the digital revolution?
520   $aLooks at the relationship between economic power and the digital world, encouraging readers to fight back against the monopolies that are making the Internet less democratic.
650  0$aInternet$xPolitical aspects.
650  0$aCapitalism.
650  0$aDemocracy.
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