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Programming reality : perspectives on English-Canadian television

Author: Zoë Druick; Aspa Kotsopoulos
Publisher: Waterloo, Ont. : Wilfrid Laurier University Press, ©2008.
Series: Film + media studies.
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"Programming Reality is a collection of original essays that explore the television programs that have thrived in the Canadian regulatory and cultural context - the programs that straddle, and even blur, the border between reality and fiction. The interdisciplinary articles in Programming Reality: Perspectives on English-Canadian Television - the first anthology dedicated exclusively to the analysis of Canadian  Read more...
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Programming reality.
Waterloo, Ont. : Wilfrid Laurier University Press, ©2008
(OCoLC)682230981
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Zoë Druick; Aspa Kotsopoulos
ISBN: 9781554580101 1554580102
OCLC Number: 227508740
Description: ix, 341 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 23 cm.
Contents: Reenacting Canada: The nation-state as an object of desire in the early years of Canadian broadcasting / David Hogarth --
Representing national history on television: The case of Canada : A People's History / Lyle Dick --
Canadian idols? CBC's the greatest Canadian as celebrity history / Julie Rak --
Canadian Idol and the myth of national identity / Michele Byers --
Hockey dreams: Making the Cut / Derek Foster --
Laughing at authority or authorized laughter? Canadian news parodies / Zoë Druick --
Whose child am I? The Quebec referendum and languages of affect and the body / Marusya Bociurkiw --
Public Broadcasting/National Television: CBC and the challenges of historical miniseries / Aspa Kotsopoulos --
History as edutainment: Heritage Minutes and the uses of educational television / Katarzyna Rukszto --
Education and entertainment : the many reals of Degrassi / Michele Byers --
Haunting public discourse: the representation of residential schools in CBC television drama / Mary Jane Miller --
Representations of urban conflict in Moccasin Flats / John McCullough --
Da Vinci's Inquest: postmortem / Glen Lowry --
Imagining national citizens in televised Toronto / Jen VanderBurgh --
Realism and community in the Canadian soap opera: the case of Train 48 / Sarah A. Matheson --
Human Cargo: bridging the geopolitical divide at home in Canada / Kirsten Emilo McAllister.
Series Title: Film + media studies.
Responsibility: Zoë Druick and Aspa Kotsopoulos, editors.

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Considers the shapes that content takes in particular programs and genres, and the policies that guide program content in Canada. This work combines television studies with a range of contemporary  Read more...

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