Please post your DQs for Morley's "At Home with Television" below, using the following as a guide:
For Morley, in the face of postmodern and transnational discourses that celebrate "mobility" and the dissolution of national borders, it remains important to think about how "home" is constructed.
1. How has "mobility" been constructed in these discourses? What kinds of mobility get celebrated and what kinds get ignored? How is access to different kinds of mobility organized?
2. Why is it important to look at this question of "home" and the particular geographies?
3. What are modes of exclusion produced through constructions of "home" and "homeland"?
4. What is the role of media in this process? What does TV teach audiences about "home"?
5. How are media access and diversity related in this essay with respect to the "mobile" users of internet and mobile technology versus those who "stay home with television"?
6. Why does all this matter, for Morley? What do you think? How does this relate to the American context?