The shaping of attention by cultural frames and media technology

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ASSMANN, Aleida, 2010. The shaping of attention by cultural frames and media technology. In: EMDEN, Christian J., ed., Gabriele RIPPL, ed.. Image-scapes: studies in intermediality. Oxford [u.a.]:Lang, pp. 21-38

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