How TV transformed Irish society

In A Loss of Innocence?: Television and Irish Society, 1960-72, author Robert Savage, an adjunct associate professor of history at Boston College, explores how television helped facilitate a process of modernization that slowly transformed Irish society during the 1960s. Television introduced into Irish homes an unrelenting popular culture that helped undermine the conservative political, cultural and social consensus that dominated Ireland.
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