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Psychology of the Media | Palgrave Insights in Psychology series
Giles, David | Series Editors: Nigel Holt & Rob Lewis
Palgrave Macmillan / Softcover / 2010-10-01 / 0230249868
Psychology / Social Psychology
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200 pages
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From body image to social networking, the media has a huge influence on how we view ourselves and others and this engaging text is ideal for students studying media psychology for the first time. With coverage of media violence, celebrity culture and online behaviour, this is a comprehensive introduction to an important subject.

DAVID GILES is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Winchester, UK. He is author of the textbook Media Psychology (2003) and his research work has generated a great deal of interest in the media, being featured in The Guardian, The Sunday Times and on BBC Radio 4.

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