Miscellaneous (한 + EN)
Reality is, above all, a scarce resource. Like any scarce resource it is there to be struggled over, allocated to various purposes and projects, endowed with given meanings and potentials, spent and conserved, rationalized and distributed. The fundamental form of power is the power to define, allocate and display this resource.
— Carey, J. (1997). The roots of modern media analysis: Lewis Mumford and Marshall McLuhan. In James Carey: A critical reader (p. 87). Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.
— As cited in: Williams, B. A., & Carpini, M. X. D. (2011). After broadcast news: Media regimes, democracy, and the new information environment (p. 103). New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.