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A companion to television, edited by Janet Wasko

Label
A companion to television
Title
A companion to television
Statement of responsibility
edited by Janet Wasko
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
StDuBDS
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Wasko, Janet
Series statement
Blackwell companions in cultural studies
Series volume
10
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Television
  • Television broadcasting
Label
A companion to television, edited by Janet Wasko
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Originally published: Malden, Mass. ; Oxford : Blackwell, 2005
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Television as a moving aesthetic : in search of the ultimate aesthetic--the self/
  • Julianne H. Newton
  • Locating the televisual in golden age television/
  • Caren Deming
  • Television production : who makes American TV?/
  • Jane M. Shattuc
  • Who rules TV? : states, markets, and the public interest/
  • Sylvia Harvey
  • Public broadcasting and democratic culture : consumers, citizens, and communards/
  • Graham Murdock
  • The development of television studies/
  • Culture, services, knowledge : television between policy regimes/
  • Stuart Cunningham
  • Television advertising as textual and economic systems/
  • Matthew P. McAllister
  • Watching television : a political economic approach/
  • Eileen R. Meehan
  • Keeping "abreast" of MTV and Viacom : the growing power of a media conglomerate/
  • Jack Banks
  • The trade in television news/
  • Andrew Calabrese --
  • Horace Newcomb
  • Critical perspectives on television from the Frankfurt School to postmodernism/
  • Doug Kellner
  • Television and history/
  • Paddy Scannell
  • Our TV heritage/
  • Lynn Spigel
  • "Where the past comes alive" : television, history, and collective memory/
  • Gary R. Edgerton
  • "How will you make it on your own?" : television and feminism since 1970/
  • Bonnie J. Dow
  • Television and race/
  • Sasha Torres
  • Television, public spheres, and civic cultures/
  • Peter Dahlgren
  • Television and public opinion/
  • Justin Lewis
  • Configurations of the new television landscape/
  • Reality TV : performance, authenticity, and television audiences/
  • Annette Hill
  • Special audience? : children and television
  • David Buckingham
  • Local community channels : alternatives to corporate media dominance/
  • DeeDee Halleck
  • Latin American commercial television : "Primitive capitalism"/
  • John Sinclair
  • Television in China : history, political economy, and ideology/
  • Yuezhi Zhao and Zhenzhi Guo
  • Albert Moran
  • Japanese television : early development and research/
  • Shunya Yoshimi
  • Change and transformation in South African television/
  • Ruth Teer-Tomaselli
  • Television in the Arab East/
  • Nabil H. Dajani
  • The study of soap opera/
  • Christine Geraghty
  • The shifting terrain of American talk shows/
  • Jane M. Shattuc
  • Television and sports/
  • Michael R. Real
Control code
ocn704451805
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xv, 627 p.
Isbn
9781405198776
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)704451805
Label
A companion to television, edited by Janet Wasko
Publication
Note
Originally published: Malden, Mass. ; Oxford : Blackwell, 2005
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Television as a moving aesthetic : in search of the ultimate aesthetic--the self/
  • Julianne H. Newton
  • Locating the televisual in golden age television/
  • Caren Deming
  • Television production : who makes American TV?/
  • Jane M. Shattuc
  • Who rules TV? : states, markets, and the public interest/
  • Sylvia Harvey
  • Public broadcasting and democratic culture : consumers, citizens, and communards/
  • Graham Murdock
  • The development of television studies/
  • Culture, services, knowledge : television between policy regimes/
  • Stuart Cunningham
  • Television advertising as textual and economic systems/
  • Matthew P. McAllister
  • Watching television : a political economic approach/
  • Eileen R. Meehan
  • Keeping "abreast" of MTV and Viacom : the growing power of a media conglomerate/
  • Jack Banks
  • The trade in television news/
  • Andrew Calabrese --
  • Horace Newcomb
  • Critical perspectives on television from the Frankfurt School to postmodernism/
  • Doug Kellner
  • Television and history/
  • Paddy Scannell
  • Our TV heritage/
  • Lynn Spigel
  • "Where the past comes alive" : television, history, and collective memory/
  • Gary R. Edgerton
  • "How will you make it on your own?" : television and feminism since 1970/
  • Bonnie J. Dow
  • Television and race/
  • Sasha Torres
  • Television, public spheres, and civic cultures/
  • Peter Dahlgren
  • Television and public opinion/
  • Justin Lewis
  • Configurations of the new television landscape/
  • Reality TV : performance, authenticity, and television audiences/
  • Annette Hill
  • Special audience? : children and television
  • David Buckingham
  • Local community channels : alternatives to corporate media dominance/
  • DeeDee Halleck
  • Latin American commercial television : "Primitive capitalism"/
  • John Sinclair
  • Television in China : history, political economy, and ideology/
  • Yuezhi Zhao and Zhenzhi Guo
  • Albert Moran
  • Japanese television : early development and research/
  • Shunya Yoshimi
  • Change and transformation in South African television/
  • Ruth Teer-Tomaselli
  • Television in the Arab East/
  • Nabil H. Dajani
  • The study of soap opera/
  • Christine Geraghty
  • The shifting terrain of American talk shows/
  • Jane M. Shattuc
  • Television and sports/
  • Michael R. Real
Control code
ocn704451805
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xv, 627 p.
Isbn
9781405198776
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)704451805

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