Offers counsel on how to address messages of popular culture as reflected on television today, explaining how to view programs in light of faith, values, and belief systems as a means of identifying appropriate broadcasts. Original.The fearful audience theory does not explain the popularity of crime shows among less fearful people; to explain this we need a broader and deeper understanding ... 10 From this perspective, crime shows are rites of exorcism and purification.
|Title||:||Watching What We Watch|
|Author||:||Walter T. Davis, Jr., Teresa Blythe, Gary Dreibelbis, Mark Scalese, Elizabeth Winslea|
|Publisher||:||Westminster John Knox Press - 2001-01-01|