7 edition of Inventing Television Culture found in the catalog.
January 25, 2005 by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
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Through close attention to selected programmes the book outlines the formation of the television institution in the UK fromwhen ITV commenced broadcasting, to after the Pilkington Report and the start of BBC2.
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By Janet Thumim. This book aims to explore some of the cultural anxieties provoked by early television, considering the extent to which we can understand it not only to reflect cultural change in the mid-twentieth century. Janet Thumim, Inventing Television Culture: Men, Women and the Box.
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Get this from a library. Inventing television culture: men, women, and the box. [Janet Thumim] -- Examines the formation of television during the yearsthrough a study of production strategies, and of the role television played in the concept of "the feminine.".
During the fertile decade –65 the television institution emerged in a form which would be familiar for the next half century: this book attends to two aspects of its formation.
The first entails the production strategies, programmes, schedules, and emergent generic modes as these were invented through a process of trial and error, allied to a close attention to building the mass.
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During the fertile decade the television institution emerged in a form which would be familiar for the next half century: this book attends to two aspects of its formation. Her book Where the Girls Are was widely praised, and chosen one of the top ten books of by National Public Radio, Entertainment Weekly and The McLaughlin Group.
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The Invention of Culture, one of the most important works in symbolic anthropology in recent years, argues that culture is not a given that shapes the lives of the people who share it.
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