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When Fidel Castro first ousted Fulgencio Batista at the turn of 1959, there weren’t many non-Cuban journalists there to see it happen — but TIME’s Bruce Henderson was there, and he was soon joined by Bernard Diederich, who would later cover the Caribbean for the magazine. 418 more words
Antonio Gramsci’s theory of Hegemony in explaining the ideological role of television.
In layman’s terms: people are sheep.
Karl Marx believed that once the subordinate classes recognised their oppression they would eventually raise up against the ruling class, however Antonio Gramsci a classical Marxist viewed this process differently; he believed that society was not only determined by the economy, as Marx did but also by thoughts and feelings as well, “man is not ruled by force alone, but also by ideas.” (Bates, 1975, p. 1,216 more words
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Disclaimer: This is purely speculation and opinion.
By now most should know that Sony Pictures has pulled The Interview from all theaters, but apparently there might still be hope for an On Demand option through the PS4 and other possible outlets. 900 more words