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Polity Press, Cambridge, UK - ISBN:0745616364, 1995. Softcover, 9 x 6. Two pages have pencil underlining. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Eleven b&w illustrations, conclusion, bibliography and index. This book offers an original and sophisticated analysis of some of the issues raised by the reception of television programmes. Tony Wilson uses concepts drawn from the philosophical traditions of hermeneutics and phenomenology (concepts such as horizon, identification as play and life world) to explore the interaction between programmes and viewers. He examines how viewers both identify with programme content, and distance themselves from it. Well known British & Australian TV dramas and serials are used as examples