|I'm not going to read most of his essays, but a glimpse at the list gives me the followingl impression:|
Media creates images of society. These images are sometimes distorted from how things actually are...and then we live as if the distortions are true, and this leads to further misunderstandings about the world, and we attempt to reconcile those misunderstandings either by evading (though acting out, simulations, or simply ignoring the facts) or by trying re-shape reality to our expectations (which, granted, is evading the fact that the world is as it is and there's nothing you can really do about it).
I may very well be wrong about the overall content of his essays; that's just my impression over his articule summaries. Whether or not he endorses these positions, or simply warns about the distortions getting carried away, is also another issue entirely.