References

This page is dedicated to the works of others I consult during “Television Cultures”.

Week 1:

Week 2 :

  • Tay, J & Turner, G 2008, ‘What Is Television?: Comparing Media Systems in the Post-broadcast Era’, Media International Australia, Incorporating Culture & Policy, No. 126, pp. 71-81, accessed 1 August 2012 from Informit Full Text Database, ISSN:  1329-878X.

Week 3:

  • Finlayson, J G 2005, ‘Habermas and Frankfurt School critical theory’ in Habermas: A Very Short Introduction, Oxford University Press, New York, pp.12-13.
  • Morley, D 2000, ‘Broadcasting and the Construction of the National Family’ in Home Territories, Routledge, London, pp.105-110.

Week 4:

  • Dawson, M 2012, ‘Television’s Aesthetic of Efficiency: Convergence Television and the Digital Short’ in Television as Digital Media (eds. Bennett, J & Strange, N), Duke University Press, Durham, pp.204-230.

Week 5:

  • Iwabuchi, K 2005, ‘Discrepant Intimacy: Popular Culture Flows in East Asia’ in Asian Media Studies: Politics of Subjectives (eds. Erni, J N & Chua, S K), Blackwell Publishing, Malden, pp. 19-36.

Week 6:

  • Bellafante, G 2011, ‘A Fantasy World of Strange Feuding Kingdoms’, The New York Times, 15 April, accessed 5 September 2012 from Factiva database.

Week 7:

  • Unknown author/s 2012, ‘The A-List: the top 25 shows of the past 25 years’, Green Guide (Fairfax), September 13, pp.3-9.

Week 8:

Week 9:

  • Creeber, G 2006, ‘Case Study: Shot-byShot Analysis’ in Tele-visions: An Introduction to Television Studies (ed. Creeber, G), British Film Institute, London, pp.38-43.

Week 10:

  • Bonner, F 2003, Ordinary Television: Analyzing Popular TV, SAGE Publications, London.
  • Corner, J 2009, ‘Performing the Real: Documentary Diversions’ in Reality TV: Remaking Television Culture (eds. Murray, S & Ouellette, L), New York University Press, New York & London, pp. 44-65.

Showcase Post One: 

  • Bellafante, G 2011, ‘A Fantasy World of Strange Feuding Kingdoms’, The New York Times, 15 April, accessed 5 September 2012 from Factiva database.
  • Coppa, F 2006, ‘A Brief History of Media Fandom’ in Fan Fiction and Fan Communities in the Age of the Internet: New Essays (eds. Hellekson, K & Busse, K), McFarland Publishers, Jefferson, pp.41-61.
  • Hills, M 2002, ‘Fan Cultures Between Consumerism and Resistance’ in Fan Cultures, Routledge, London, pp.27-46.
  • Morris, B 2012, lecture: ‘Week 6: Matters of Taste’, delivered 24 August 2012 at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.

Showcase Post Two:

  • Bonner, F 2003, Ordinary Television: Analyzing Popular TV, SAGE Publications, London.
  • Charlie Brooker’s Screenwipe 2007, television program, BBC4, United Kingdom.
  • Clissold, B D 2004, ‘Candid Camera and the Origins of Reality TV: Contextualising a historical precedent’ in Understanding Reality Television (eds. Holmes, S & Jermyn, D), Routledge, London, pp.33-54.
  • Corner, J 2009, ‘Performing the Real: Documentary Diversions’ in Reality TV: Remaking Television Culture (eds. Murray, S & Ouellette, L), New York University Press, New York & London, pp. 44-65.
  • Corner, J 2006, “‘A Fiction (Un)Like Any Other’?”, Critical Studies in Television: An International Journal of Television Studies, Vol. 1, Num. 1, pp.89-96.

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