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The Resource A comparison of popular TV in English and Spanish speaking societies : soaps, sci-fi, sitcoms, adult cartoons, and cult series, edited by Marta Fernández Morales and José Igor Prieto Arranz ; with a foreword by Paul Julian Smith

A comparison of popular TV in English and Spanish speaking societies : soaps, sci-fi, sitcoms, adult cartoons, and cult series, edited by Marta Fernández Morales and José Igor Prieto Arranz ; with a foreword by Paul Julian Smith

Label
A comparison of popular TV in English and Spanish speaking societies : soaps, sci-fi, sitcoms, adult cartoons, and cult series
Title
A comparison of popular TV in English and Spanish speaking societies
Title remainder
soaps, sci-fi, sitcoms, adult cartoons, and cult series
Statement of responsibility
edited by Marta Fernández Morales and José Igor Prieto Arranz ; with a foreword by Paul Julian Smith
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Fernández Morales, Marta
  • Prieto Arranz, José Igor
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  • Television programs
  • Television programs
  • Television broadcasting
  • Foreign television programs
  • Popular culture
  • Popular culture
Label
A comparison of popular TV in English and Spanish speaking societies : soaps, sci-fi, sitcoms, adult cartoons, and cult series, edited by Marta Fernández Morales and José Igor Prieto Arranz ; with a foreword by Paul Julian Smith
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Patricia Trapero Llobera and Marti Martorell Fiol
  • US cult TV series in the international market : Considering the reception of The X-files in Spain
  • Sara Martin Alegre
  • (Re)elaboration and (re)signification of US TV drama in Spanish serial fiction : the case of Mujeres
  • Maria Isabel Menendez Menendez
  • Spanish sitcom and the Spanish imagiNation : the cases of 7 vidas and Aqui no hay quien viva
  • Jose Igor Prieto Arranz
  • The dramaturgy of the comic actor on television : the case of Aida
  • Marti Bienvenido Fons Sastre
  • Rebelde : breaking old paradigms and building new stereotypes of fat young women in Mexican soap operas
  • Introduction
  • Tania Meza Escorza
  • By way of conclusion, or transnational television studies in the 21st century
  • Marta Fernandez Morales
  • Cuentame como paso : when 'popular' culture entered academia
  • Jose Igor Prieto Arranz and Patricia Trapero Llobera
  • Gimmick TV : narrative tricks and US quality television series
  • Concepcion Cascajosa Virino
  • The world of The Simpsons and The Simpsons in the world
  • Maria Dolores Narbona Carrion
  • Old fears, new US TV fiction : 'It' and 'The other'
Control code
ocn649077820
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
iii, 259 p.
Isbn
9780773435957
Lccn
2010027800
System control number
(OCoLC)649077820
Label
A comparison of popular TV in English and Spanish speaking societies : soaps, sci-fi, sitcoms, adult cartoons, and cult series, edited by Marta Fernández Morales and José Igor Prieto Arranz ; with a foreword by Paul Julian Smith
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Patricia Trapero Llobera and Marti Martorell Fiol
  • US cult TV series in the international market : Considering the reception of The X-files in Spain
  • Sara Martin Alegre
  • (Re)elaboration and (re)signification of US TV drama in Spanish serial fiction : the case of Mujeres
  • Maria Isabel Menendez Menendez
  • Spanish sitcom and the Spanish imagiNation : the cases of 7 vidas and Aqui no hay quien viva
  • Jose Igor Prieto Arranz
  • The dramaturgy of the comic actor on television : the case of Aida
  • Marti Bienvenido Fons Sastre
  • Rebelde : breaking old paradigms and building new stereotypes of fat young women in Mexican soap operas
  • Introduction
  • Tania Meza Escorza
  • By way of conclusion, or transnational television studies in the 21st century
  • Marta Fernandez Morales
  • Cuentame como paso : when 'popular' culture entered academia
  • Jose Igor Prieto Arranz and Patricia Trapero Llobera
  • Gimmick TV : narrative tricks and US quality television series
  • Concepcion Cascajosa Virino
  • The world of The Simpsons and The Simpsons in the world
  • Maria Dolores Narbona Carrion
  • Old fears, new US TV fiction : 'It' and 'The other'
Control code
ocn649077820
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
iii, 259 p.
Isbn
9780773435957
Lccn
2010027800
System control number
(OCoLC)649077820

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