1. Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer, “The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception, in Dialectic of Enlightenment”
  2. George Lipsitz, "Popular Culture: This Ain't No Sideshow"
  3. Walter Benjamin, “The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction
  4. Lynn Spiel, “The Domestic Economy of Television Viewing in Postwar America
  5. Lev Manovich, “The Practice of Everyday (Media) Life: From Mass Consumption to Mass Cultural Production
  6. Susan Douglas, “The Turn Within: The Irony of Technology in a Globalized World
  7. Herbert Schiller, "The Corporation and the Production of Culture"
  8. Michael Curtin, "On Edge: Culture Industries in the Neo-Network Era"
  9. Hector Amaya, "Citizenship, Diversity, Law and Ugly Betty"
  10. Mark Andrejevic, "The Work of Being Watched: Interactive Media and the Exploitation of Self-Disclosure"
  11. Tom McCourt and Patrick Burkart, "When Creators, Corporations and Consumers Collide: Napster and the Development of Online Music Distribution"
  12. Lawrence Grossberg, "The Affective Sensibility of Fandom"
  13. Mizuko Ito, "Japanese Media Mixes and Amateur Cultural Exchange"
  14. Stuart Cunningham, "Popular Media as Public 'Sphericules' for Diasporic Communities"
  15. Lauren Berlant, "The Theory of Infantile Citizenship"
  16. Laurie Ouellette and James Hay, "Makeover Television, Governmentality and the Good Citizen"
  17. Sasha Torres, "Television and Race"