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The Resource Class divisions in serial television, Sieglinde Lemke, Wibke Schniedermann, editors, (electronic resource)

Class divisions in serial television, Sieglinde Lemke, Wibke Schniedermann, editors, (electronic resource)

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Class divisions in serial television
Title
Class divisions in serial television
Statement of responsibility
Sieglinde Lemke, Wibke Schniedermann, editors
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Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
EBLCP
Dewey number
301
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Television broadcasting
Label
Class divisions in serial television, Sieglinde Lemke, Wibke Schniedermann, editors, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Contents
Introduction: Class divisions and the cultural politics of serial TV -- Part I: (Di)vision: "lower" class televisibility -- Framing class, vicarious living, and conspicuous consumption -- Media framing and the performance of class in everyday life -- The upper classes: affluence and consumerism make people happy -- The poor and homeless: "not me!"- Negative role Models in the media -- The working class: historical relics and jokes -- Middle-class framing and high-level worrying -- Media framing and our distorted view of inequality -- The realities of class -- The hangover after hedonistic consumerism: is change likely? -- Media realities supoort the status quo -- Media ownership -- Old-media journalists: constraints and opportunities -- New media: constraints and opportunities -- Hillbillies, Welfare Queens, and Teen Moms: American media's class distinctions -- Media framing American's self-identification with a social class -- Media framing of the poor -- framing research -- Welfare Queens -- Mitt Romney's welfare attack ad -- Teen moms -- Here comes Honey Boo Boo -- The paradoxical class politics in Here comes Honey Boo Boo -- Class and reality TV -- Class and the South in Honey Boo Boo -- "Better redneckognize": redneck lifestyle -- A different gaze -- Reality TV and its audiences reconsidered -- Class and poverty in Undercover Boss (CBS) -- Undercover Boss: representing class and poverty -- Part 2: Di*visions: screening exploitation, neoliberal lies and class realignment -- Lifestyle precarity and creative class affirmation in Girls -- Precarity and the creative class -- Girls and feminist celebrations of "Real women's" lives -- Creative precarity as cultural capital -- Precarity as lifestyle -- Precarity as selling point -- House of lies and the management of emotions -- Emotions and finance -- Daddy's girls, social mobility and emotional health -- Breaking the 4th wall: emotional management 101 -- The financialization of domestic space in Arrested Development and Breaking Bad -- Financialization during the housing boom and the Great REcession -- Tricks (illusions) and Arrested Development -- Home cooking: Breaking Bad and domestic decay -- Realignment and television intellect: the telepraxis of class alliances in contemporary subscription television drama -- Television's new golden age? -- First wave: HBO's The Wire and Treme -- Second wave: FX's justifies -- Crisis and realignment -- Third wave: Netflix's Hemlock Gove
Control code
ocn967549552
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (212 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137594495
Isbn Type
(electronic book)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)967549552
Label
Class divisions in serial television, Sieglinde Lemke, Wibke Schniedermann, editors, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Contents
Introduction: Class divisions and the cultural politics of serial TV -- Part I: (Di)vision: "lower" class televisibility -- Framing class, vicarious living, and conspicuous consumption -- Media framing and the performance of class in everyday life -- The upper classes: affluence and consumerism make people happy -- The poor and homeless: "not me!"- Negative role Models in the media -- The working class: historical relics and jokes -- Middle-class framing and high-level worrying -- Media framing and our distorted view of inequality -- The realities of class -- The hangover after hedonistic consumerism: is change likely? -- Media realities supoort the status quo -- Media ownership -- Old-media journalists: constraints and opportunities -- New media: constraints and opportunities -- Hillbillies, Welfare Queens, and Teen Moms: American media's class distinctions -- Media framing American's self-identification with a social class -- Media framing of the poor -- framing research -- Welfare Queens -- Mitt Romney's welfare attack ad -- Teen moms -- Here comes Honey Boo Boo -- The paradoxical class politics in Here comes Honey Boo Boo -- Class and reality TV -- Class and the South in Honey Boo Boo -- "Better redneckognize": redneck lifestyle -- A different gaze -- Reality TV and its audiences reconsidered -- Class and poverty in Undercover Boss (CBS) -- Undercover Boss: representing class and poverty -- Part 2: Di*visions: screening exploitation, neoliberal lies and class realignment -- Lifestyle precarity and creative class affirmation in Girls -- Precarity and the creative class -- Girls and feminist celebrations of "Real women's" lives -- Creative precarity as cultural capital -- Precarity as lifestyle -- Precarity as selling point -- House of lies and the management of emotions -- Emotions and finance -- Daddy's girls, social mobility and emotional health -- Breaking the 4th wall: emotional management 101 -- The financialization of domestic space in Arrested Development and Breaking Bad -- Financialization during the housing boom and the Great REcession -- Tricks (illusions) and Arrested Development -- Home cooking: Breaking Bad and domestic decay -- Realignment and television intellect: the telepraxis of class alliances in contemporary subscription television drama -- Television's new golden age? -- First wave: HBO's The Wire and Treme -- Second wave: FX's justifies -- Crisis and realignment -- Third wave: Netflix's Hemlock Gove
Control code
ocn967549552
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (212 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137594495
Isbn Type
(electronic book)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)967549552

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