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Television studies : textual analysis

Author: Gary Burns; Robert J Thompson
Publisher: New York : Praeger, 1989.
Series: Media and society series.
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Television studies.
New York : Praeger, 1989
(OCoLC)598272936
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gary Burns; Robert J Thompson
ISBN: 0275927458 9780275927455
OCLC Number: 18382369
Description: viii, 260 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Television, cultural studies, and the "blind spot" debate in critical communications research / Mike Budd and Clay Steinman --
Popular television and commercial culture : beyond political economy / John Fiske --
"Dallas" refigured / Marsha F. Cassidy --
Flatulent conceptions : "the young ones," inoculation, and emesis / Murray Smith --
Collective blindness and American television / Robert J. Thompson --
"He's everything you're not ..." : a semiological analysis of "Cheers" / Arthur Asa Berger --
And justice for all : the messages behind "real" courtroom dramas / Wende Vyborney Dumble --
The ratings "sweeps" and how they make news / Meg Moritz --
The graphication and personification of television news / Herbert Zettle --
Representations of race in network news coverage of South Africa / Wendy Kozol --
Propaganda techniques in documentary film and television : AIM vs. PBS / Martin J. Medhurst --
TV's world of sports : presenting and playing the game / Jimmie L. Reeves --
Invisible fictions : television audiences, paedocracy, pleasure / John Hartley.
Series Title: Media and society series.
Responsibility: edited by Gary Burns and Robert J. Thompson.

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