Chapter 2

Exposure to Private Channels’ Infotainment Programs and Viewers’ Perceptions: Exploring Uses and Gratification Model (Chapter 2)

Chapter 2 Literature Review John Hartley (1996) presents a compelling argument that television provides a mechanism for communicating across class, gender, ethnic, national, and other boundaries and allows the audience to become citizens of symbolic communities with a politics produced and sustained in the interstices of drama serials, nature documentaries and current affairs, or in the relationships between certain stars, ... Read More »