Critical Approaches to Television
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Description: nbsp;I. Theoretical and Critical Foundations 1. The Context for Criticism: Television and Society 2. Foundations of Television Criticism 3. Critical Approaches to Television Discourse: An Overview 4. Writing Television Criticism II. Text-Centered Critical Approaches 5. Semiotic/Structural Criticism A Sample Study: John Fiskes "Popularity and Ideology: A Structuralist Reading ofDr. Who" 6. Genre Criticism A Sample Study: Matthew P. McAllisters "Recombinant Television Genres andDoogie Howser, M.D." 7. Rhetorical Criticism Two Sample Studies: Bonnie Dows "Murphy Brown: Postfeminism Personified"; Sarah R. Steins, "The 1984 Macintosh Ad: Cinematic Icons and Constitutive Rhetoric in the Launch of a New Machine" 8. Narrative Criticism A Sample Study: Bruce E. Gronbecks "The Visual and Narrative Rhetoric of Redemption: American Culture Responds to 9/11" III. Producer-Centered Approaches 9. Auteur Criticism A Sample Study: Richard Campbell and Jimme L. Reevess "Television Authors: The Case of Hugh Wilson" 10. Production Context Criticism A Sample Study: Elana Levines "Toward a Paradigm for Media Production Research: Behind the Scenes atGeneralHospital" 11. Ideological Criticism A Sample Study: Mark P. Orbes "Constructions of Reality on MTVsThe Real World:An Analysis of the Restrictive Coding of Black Masculinity" IV. Reception-Centered Approaches 12. Reader-Oriented Criticism A Sample Study: Lawrence A. Wenners "The Dream Team, Communicative Dirt, and the Marketing of Synergy: USA Basketball and Cross-Merchandising in Television Commercials" 13. Audience Ethnographic Criticism A Sample Study: Rona Tamiko Halualani and Leah R. Vande Bergs "Asian or American: Meanings In, Through, and AroundAll-American Girl" 14. Cultural Criticism: General Approaches Two Sample Studies: Heather L. Hundleys "The Naturalization of Beer inCheers; Cathy Sandeens "Success Defined by Television: The Value System Promoted byPM Magazine" 15. Cultural Criticism: Mythic, Feminist, and Psychoanalytic Approaches Three Sample Studies: Susan Owens "Vampires, Postmodernity and Postfeminism:Buffy the Vampire Slayer"; Robert Westerfelhaus and Teresa A. Combss "Criminal Investigations and Spiritual Quests: TheX-Filesas an Example of Hegemonic Concordance in Mass-Mediated Society"; Sonia Livingstone and Tamar Liebess "Where Have All the Mothers Gone? Soap Operas Replaying of the Oedipal Story" V. Ethics and the Critical Approach
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List price: $143.20
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/7/2003
Size: 8.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall