Published: Donovan Conley and Benjamin Burroughs

Donovan Conley (Communication Studies) and Benjamin Burroughs (Journalism and Media Studies) have published a sequel essay on the television show, Black Mirror, called "Bandersnatched: Infrastructure and Acquiescence in 'Black Mirror.'" The article, published by Critical Studies in Media Communication, argues that Black Mirror disturbs and frustrates its viewers in order to fortify them against the darkest possibilities of digital techno-culture. 

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