Macmillan Education UK, Mar 11, 1982 - Photography - 239 pages
He develops an account of the production of the meaning of a photograph within social institutionsadvertising, journalism, art - within a society with a history and within the unconscious.
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The Author as Producer
Critique of the Image
Photographic Practice and Art Theory
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