Television: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies, Volume 3
Taylor & Francis, 2003 - Television - 392 pages
Bringing together the most important writings on television in theoretical, historical, empirical and political terms, from the USA and Europe, with significant coverage of other international works, this collection demonstrates television's global significance, as a field of study, to disciplines across both the humanities and social sciences.
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the new international division of cultural labor
how lifetime got its groove 19841997
sport and television
issues of exploitation
what kind of anthropological object is it?
Television in the lives of the homeless
the place and space
Benin City Nigeria
El Kiosko Budweiser the making of a national
creating a discursive space
symptom or cause of violence?
Violence on television in Asia
Impact of watching international television programs
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