REVIEW: Noted: Perfect media research text for undergraduates
Digital Media and Society, by Simon Lindgren. London: Sage, 2017. 328 pages. ISBN 9781473925014
FROM the ‘flamethrower squirrel’ meme chosen for its cover to the many box-outs that define key questions, concepts and exercises for thinking, Simon Lindgren’s Digital Media and Society is a punchy, engaging text pitched perfectly for undergraduates and others seeking an accessible introduction to contemporary media research.
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