Table of contents for The spectacle of accumulation : essays in culture, media, and politics / Sut Jhally.

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 Table of Contents
* Acknowledgments
* Foreword, Henry Giroux
* Preface
* Advertising, Cultural Criticism, and Pedagogy: An Interview with Sut Jhally Conducted by William O¿Barr 
POLITICAL ECONOMY
* Watching as Working: The Valorization of Audience Consciousness, with Bill Livant 
* The Political Economy of Culture 
* Communications and the Materialist Conception of History: Marx, Innis, and Technology
ADVERTISING AND CULTURE
* Advertising as Religion: The Dialectic of Technology and Magic 
* Advertising at the Edge of the Apocalypse
* On Advertising: Sut Jhally versus James Twitchell
SPORTS AND CULTURE
* Cultural Studies and the Sports-Media Complex 
* Sports and Cultural Politics: The Attraction of Modern Spectator Sports, with Bill Livant 
GENDER
* Advertising, Gender, and Sex: What's Wrong with a Little Objectification? 
* Intersections of Discourse: MTV, Sexual Politics, and Dreamworlds 
* Missing the Mark: School Shootings and Male Violence, with Jackson Katz
MEDIA AND RACE
* Affirming Inaction: Television and the Politics of Racial Representation, with Justin Lewis
* The Politics of Cultural Studies: Racism, Hegemony, and Resistance, with Justin Lewis 
* When Justice is Skin Deep: Race and the O. J. Simpson Case
 
MEDIA LITERACY
* The Struggle For Media Literacy, with Justin Lewis 
* Empowering Literacy: Media Education as a Democratic Imperative, with Jeremy Earp 
THE MEDIA EDUCATION FOUNDATION, POLITICS, AND PUBLIC PEDAGOGY
* Beyond the Ivory Tower: Cultural Studies, Politics, and Public Intellectuals, An Interview with Sut Jhally, edited by Jeremy Earp 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Culture -- Economic aspects.
Mass media and culture.
Advertising -- Social aspects.