Alessandra Renzi has explored the controversial potential of the media as a tool for societal change. She does so from different perspectives with examples from recent dramatic events, where the media have shaped Italian society. With Renzi's research methodology, where thorough theoretical analysis is intertwined with first-hand experiences, the book becomes an important contribution to contemporary media theory.
Hacked Transmissions provides insight into – and a historical overview of – Italian media after 1968 and constitutes a comprehensive framework for understanding the media picture, a good starting point for an informed and responsible approach to how the world should move forward after covid-19 pandemic.
A few days after the first covid-19 patient was diagnosed in Italy, another tragic event occurred. IN Naples A 16-year-old boy was shot and killed by a 23-year-old soldier in civilian clothes. The soldier was sitting in a car when the 16-year-old drove past on a moped while waving a gun. . .
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