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Logics of Television Patricia Mellencamp

Logics of Television

Patricia Mellencamp

Published May 13th 2014
ISBN : 9780585020730
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277 pages
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This intellectually sexy collection features some of the best and brightest academic media analysts from Britain and the United States. Voice Literary SupplementThe essays in this volume rigorously engage the challenges of postmodern culturalMoreThis intellectually sexy collection features some of the best and brightest academic media analysts from Britain and the United States. Voice Literary SupplementThe essays in this volume rigorously engage the challenges of postmodern cultural criticism and theory, the central contemporary debate in the humanities. Communication AbstractsMellencamp has produced a challenging and an invigorating text.... It should provide much inspiration. Journal of CommunicationThis is a particularly good collection of thirteen papers with, overall, much more theoretically interesting yet less obscure and more pleasure-giving content than the norm. Give it priority. Media Information AustraliaThese essays, on the cutting edge of theoretical debate in the humanities, rigorously engage the challenges of postmodern cultural critique and theory. They range widely from detailed historical research to broad questions of theory and method.Contributors are Patricia Mellencamp, Meaghan Morris, John Caughie, Charlotte Brunsdon, Lynn Spigel, William Boddy, Eileen R. Meehan, Andrew Ross, Lynne Joyrich, Jane Gaines, Margaret Morse, Mary Ann Doane, and Stephen Heath.