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Television and the Sensate Body in the Digital Age: Affect and Meaning

Television and the Sensate Body in the Digital Age: Affect and Meaning

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Marsha F. Cassidy
January 29, 2020

Television and the Sensate Body in the Digital Age appraises the medium’s capacity to evoke sensations and bodily feelings in the viewer. Presenting a fresh approach to television studies, the book examines the sensate force of onscreen bodies and illustrates how TV’s multisensory appeal builds...

Children, Youth, and American Television

Children, Youth, and American Television

1st Edition

Adrian Schober, Debbie Olson
June 26, 2018

This volume explores how television has been a significant conduit for the changing ideas about children and childhood in the United States. Each chapter connects relevant events, attitudes, or anxieties in American culture to an analysis of children or childhood in select American television...

Reading Contemporary Serial Television Universes: A Narrative Ecosystem Framework

Reading Contemporary Serial Television Universes: A Narrative Ecosystem Framework

1st Edition

Paola Brembilla, Ilaria A. De Pascalis
June 01, 2018

Reading Contemporary Serial Television Universes provides a new framework—the metaphor of the narrative ecosystem—for the analysis of serial television narratives. Contributors use this metaphor to address the ever-expanding and evolving structure of narratives far beyond their usual spatial and...

Horror Television in the Age of Consumption: Binging on Fear

Horror Television in the Age of Consumption: Binging on Fear

1st Edition

Kimberly Jackson, Linda Belau
November 17, 2017

Characterized as it is by its interest in and engagement with the supernatural, psycho-social formations, the gothic, and issues of identity and subjectivity, horror has long functioned as an allegorical device for interrogations into the seamier side of cultural foundations. This collection,...

The Antihero in American Television

The Antihero in American Television

1st Edition

Margrethe Bruun Vaage
October 12, 2017

The antihero prevails in recent American drama television series. Characters such as mobster kingpin Tony Soprano (The Sopranos), meth cook and gangster-in-the-making Walter White (Breaking Bad) and serial killer Dexter Morgan (Dexter) are not morally good, so how do these television series make us...

Girlhood on Disney Channel: Branding, Celebrity, and Femininity

Girlhood on Disney Channel: Branding, Celebrity, and Femininity

1st Edition

Morgan Genevieve Blue
March 10, 2017

Since the early 2000s, Disney Channel has been dominated by original live-action programming popular among tween girls. The shows’ successes rely not only on their popularity among girl audiences, but also on the development of star personae by girl performers, such as Raven-Symoné, Miley Cyrus,...

Television and Serial Adaptation

Television and Serial Adaptation

1st Edition

Shannon Wells-Lassagne
February 07, 2017

As American television continues to garner considerable esteem, rivalling the seventh art in its "cinematic" aesthetics and the complexity of its narratives, one aspect of its development has been relatively unexamined. While film has long acknowledged its tendency to adapt, an ability that...

Contemporary British Television Crime Drama: Cops on the Box

Contemporary British Television Crime Drama: Cops on the Box

1st Edition

Ruth McElroy
October 25, 2016

Contemporary British Television Crime Drama examines one of the medium’s most popular genres and places it within its historical and industrial context. The television crime drama has proved itself capable of numerous generic reinventions and continues to enjoy some of the highest viewing figures....

Politics and Politicians in Contemporary US Television: Washington as Fiction

Politics and Politicians in Contemporary US Television: Washington as Fiction

1st Edition

Betty Kaklamanidou, Margaret Tally
October 18, 2016

Bringing together well-established scholars of media, political science, sociology, and film to investigate the representation of Washington politics on U.S. television from the mid-2000s to the present, this volume offers stimulating perspectives on the status of representations of contemporary US...

Appreciating the Art of Television: A Philosophical Perspective

Appreciating the Art of Television: A Philosophical Perspective

1st Edition

Ted Nannicelli
October 10, 2016

Contemporary television has been marked by such exceptional programming that it is now common to hear claims that TV has finally become an art. In Appreciating the Art of Television, Nannicelli contends that televisual art is not a recent development, but has in fact existed for a long time. Yet...

Television and Postfeminist Housekeeping: No Time for Mother

Television and Postfeminist Housekeeping: No Time for Mother

1st Edition

Elizabeth Nathanson
August 19, 2016

In this book, Nathanson examines how contemporary American television and associated digital media depict women’s everyday lives as homemakers, career women, and mothers. Her focus on American popular culture from the 1990s through the present reveals two extremes: narratives about women who cannot...

American Militarism on the Small Screen

American Militarism on the Small Screen

1st Edition

Anna Froula, Stacy Takacs
March 21, 2016

Anna Froula is Associate Professor of Film Studies in the Department of English at East Carolina University, USA Stacy Takacs is Associate Professor and Director of American Studies at Oklahoma State University, USA...

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