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Representation

Author: Stuart Hall; Jessica Evans; Sean Nixon
Publisher: London : Sage : The Open University, 2013.
Series: Culture, media, and identities.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Second editionView all editions and formats
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Highly anticipated Second Edition of one of the most popular and influential books ever written in media and cultural studies. A genuine classic, expertly updated for a new generation of students and  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stuart Hall; Jessica Evans; Sean Nixon
ISBN: 1849205639 9781849205634 1849205477 9781849205474
OCLC Number: 842411043
Notes: First edition published as: "Representation : cultural representations and signifying practices." Publisher and bookseller websites also list second edition as "Representation : cultural representations and signifying practices."
Description: xxvi, 410 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: The work of representation / Stuart Hall --
Recording reality : documentary film and television / Frances Bonner --
The poetics and the politics of exhibiting other cultures / Henrietta Lidchi --
The spectacle of the 'other' / Stuart Hall --
Exhibiting masculnity / Sean Nixon --
Genre and gender : the case of soap opera / Christine Gledhill with Vicky Ball.
Series Title: Culture, media, and identities.
Responsibility: edited by Stuart Hall, Jessica Evans and Sean Nixon.
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This is simply a magnificent collection of chapters, laced together under the guiding light of Stuart Hall's outstanding scholarship. The chapters each exemplify the very best modes of cultural Read more...

 
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