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ContentsPreface VIIVincent MoscoList of Maps IXNotes on Contributors XIntroduction 1Savaş ÇobanGlobal Media Practices and Cultural Hegemony: Growing, Harvesting, and Marketing the Consuming Audience 4Burton Lee ArtzThe Return of Radical Humanism in Marxism and Anarchism? The Art of Refusal, Resistance and Humility 41Nick StevensonThe Culture of Capitalism 59Arthur Asa BergerAdorno on Ideology: Ideology Critique and Mass Consumerism 68Thomas KlikauerHegemony, Ideology, Media 90Savaş ÇobanHegemony and the Media: A Culturally Materialist Narrative of Digital Labor in Contemporary Capitalism 107Marco Briziarelli and Jeffrey HoffmannDistorted Knowledge and Repressive Power 125Peter LudesCounter-Hegemony Narratives: Revolutionary Songs 143Padmaja ShawThe US Empire’s Cultural Industries, at War: Selling and Subverting the Ideology of Militarism 162Tanner MirrleesDonald Trump and the Politics of the Spectacle 183Douglas KellnerThe US Media, State Legitimacy, and the New Cold War 198Gerald SussmanAmerican Journalism’s Ideology: Why the “Liberal” Media is Fundamentalist 223Robert JensenMedia Activism from Above and Below: Lessons from the 1940s American Reform Movement 229Victor PickardThe Role of the Hollywood Motion Picture Production Code (1930–1966) in the Creation of Hegemony 248Alfonso M. Rodríguez de Austria Giménez de AragónMH17 as Free-Floating Atrocity Propaganda 267Oliver Boyd-BarrettCommercial Reform and the Ideological Function of Chinese Television: A New Model in a New Era? 299Junhao Hong and Minghua XuIndex 329