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The Screen Education reader : cinema, television, culture

Author: Manuel Alvarado; Edward Buscombe; Richard Collins
Publisher: Basingstoke : Macmillan, 1993.
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Screen Education was one of the foremost journals working in the area of media and cultural theory during the 1970s. Along with its sister journal, Screen, it introduced important work in the newly-emergent fields of film and television theory, representation and the image, and in discourses around women and minorities. In particular, it paid close attention to the educational rationale for such work, in a series of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Screen education
Additional Physical Format: Electronic reproduction of (manifestation):
Screen Education reader.
Basingstoke : Macmillan, 1993
(OCoLC)60014175
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Manuel Alvarado; Edward Buscombe; Richard Collins
ISBN: 9781349224265 134922426X
OCLC Number: 1004565428
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource (vi, 361 pages)
Contents: Introduction --
FILM STUDIES --
Teaching through Authorship; J. Caughie --
The Same Old Story: Stereotypes and Difference; S. Neale --
Women, Representation and the Image; E. Cowie --
Teaching Avant-Garde Film: Notes Towards Practice; P. Cook --
Film in Higher Education; J. Ellis --
TELEVISION AND MEDIA STUDIES --
Can Television Teach?; U. Eco --
Gradgrind's Heirs: the quiz and the presentation of 'knowledge' by British Television; J. Tulloch --
Authorship and Organisation; G. Murdock --
Planning the Family: The Art of the Television Schedule; R. Paterson --
Broadcasting from Above; E. Buscombe --
EDUCATION --
Green Paper: Noise of Crisis; J. Donald --
Class, Culture and the Education; M. Alvarado --
Television Studies and Pedagogy; M. Alvarado --
Sex, Power and Pedagogy; V. Walkerdine --
The Diversion of Language: A Critical Assessment of the Concept --
'Linguistic Diversity'; D. Adlam & A. Salfield --
CULTURAL STUDIES --
Cultural Studies and Educational; R. Johnson --
Multi-Culture; H. Carby --
Revaluations; R. Collins --
Up Aporia Creek; J.O. Thompson --
The Williams Interviews; S. Hall.
Other Titles: Screen Education.
Responsibility: edited by Manuel Alvarado, Edward Buscombe and Richard Collins.

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Screen Education was one of the foremost journals working in the area of media and cultural theory during the 1970s. Along with its sister journal, Screen, it introduced important work in the newly-emergent fields of film and television theory, representation and the image, and in discourses around women and minorities. In particular, it paid close attention to the educational rationale for such work, in a series of major articles on pedagogy and the institutions of education in Britain. This selection of the very best of Screen Education includes work by Umberto Eco, Stuart Hall, Graham Murdock, Valerie Walkerdine, Elizabeth Cowie, Pam Cook.

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