An analysis of the class interests that are rapidly polarizing society in the USA. It argues that the distribution of resources critical to class membership is shaped by large organizational structures and processes located in the economic, political and cultural arenas.If we set aside TV news as being part of the information industry (chapter 5), we find TV advertising supports a wide range of ... A tour of recent TV Guide daytime and evening listings reveals recurring programming patterns, particularly for network TV. ... In the late 1990s, only four prime-time network television comedy series sometimes portrayed working-class characters, families, issues, or problems inanbsp;...
|Title||:||The New Class Society|
|Author||:||Robert Perrucci, Earl Wysong|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 1999-01-01|