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|Description:||viii, 239 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Acknowledgements Preface Listening overlooked Chapter 1 Listening in and listening out Chapter 2 The modernisation of listening Listening in the age of spectacle Chapter 3 Listening in good faith: recording, representation and the real Chapter 4 Listening amid the noise of modernity Chapter 5 Listening live: the politics and experience of the radiogenic Ways of listening Chapter 6 The privatisation of the listening public Chapter 7 The politics and practices of collective listening Listening in the public sphere Chapter 8 The public sphere as auditorium Chapter 9 Media and the ethics of listening Endnotes Bibliography Index|
|Responsibility:||by Kate Lacey.|
"This book belongs on the small shelf we reserve for those especially evocative studies that can transform our understandings of what seem like familiar processes". Gary Woodward, Journal of Mass