1. The utilization of theories and methods from phenomenology in media research, especially those of Husserl and Heidegger.
2. The study of the media as technologies which are not neutral but which transform both the world and human experience of it by amplifying or reducing phenomena through various transformational structures, as theorized by the American philosopher Don Ihde (b.1934), and others.
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