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Re-marking of Differences: Culture Television and Art Interplaying. Variability of Cultural Magazines and their Heterogeneous Dispositions
Variability of Cultural Magazines and their Heterogeneous Dispositions NADJA BORER Media act as regimes of knowledge and truth, mediating what "world" or "culture" is or should be. In this sense, television broadcasts and televisual cultural magazines in particular are often considered transparent sources of daily events. From the perspective of media studies, however, cultural television as a medium acts not primarily as a transparent window on the world, but as a mirror, as a multilayered anddoi:10.25969/mediarep/1743 fatcat:f4m7eoksynba5gidzeamflztl4