Television Drama

Author: John Tulloch
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134979622
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First published in 1990. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Rethinking The Media Audience

Author: Pertti Alasuutari
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1849206732
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Pertti Alasuutari provides a state-of-the-art summary of the field of audience research. With contributions from Ann Gray, Joke Hermes, John Tulloch and David Morley, a case is presented for a new agenda to account for the role of the media in everyday life.

Understanding Television

Author: Andrew Goodwin
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134979541
Size: 37.97 MB
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Understanding Television offers an introduction to some of the issues of television broadcasting and its main genres. It examines a number of programme categories, such as news, drama-documentary, sit-com, soap opera, sport and quizzes, and discusses aspects of the history of the organisation of television, its audiences and its future; it also looks at some key conceptual debates about hegemony in contemporary television

Journalism Quarterly

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Includes section "Book reviews" and other bibliographical materials.

Anthropology Mass Communication

Author: Mark Allen Peterson
Publisher: Berghahn Books
ISBN: 9781571812780
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Anthropological interest in mass communication and media has exploded in the last two decades, engaging and challenging the work on the media in mass communications, cultural studies, sociology and other disciplines. This is the first book to offer a systematic overview of the themes, topics and methodologies in the emerging dialogue between anthropologists studying mass communication and media analysts turning to ethnography and cultural analysis. Drawing on dozens of semiotic, ethnographic and cross-cultural studies of mass media, it offers new insights into the analysis of media texts, offers models for the ethnographic study of media production and consumption, and suggests approaches for understanding media in the modern world system. Placing the anthropological study of mass media into historical and interdisciplinary perspectives, this book examines how work in cultural studies, sociology, mass communication and other disciplines has helped shape the re-emerging interest in media by anthropologists.