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Consumption, reception and power: reply to critics of Cultural Compliance

Miller, David and Philo, G. (2001) Consumption, reception and power: reply to critics of Cultural Compliance. Soundscapes, 4. ISSN 1567-7745

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Abstract

Whatever happened to the concepts of ideology and power in media and cultural studies? Last year that question was raised by Greg Philo and David Miller in an essay, published in Media, Culture and Society and online in Soundscapes. Their questioning of the dominant theories in the field evoked a variety of criticisms and comments. Here both authors reply to their critics.