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Caborn, Anne

Values and Choices in Television Discourse

Caborn, Anne - Values and Choices in Television Discourse, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. The Analysis of the Television Product

1. Promotional Videos
Monika Bednarek, Helen Caple

2. Evaluation as Positioning in English Language World News Channels
Alison Duguid

3. Camera Angles in Television News
Scott Koga-Browes

4. Overweight and Obesity in TV News
Catriona Bonfiglioli

5. Television, Collective Memory and the Commemoration Cure
Nuria Lorenzo-Dus

6. The Representation of Travellers in Television Documentaries
Roberta Piazza

7. MasterChef
Louann Haarman

Part II. What’s Behind the Screen?

8. What Makes the News Newsworthy
Jon Snow

9. News as Political Commitment and Observations on Obesity
Cathy Newman

10. Engaging a Daytime Television Audience via Popular Magazine Programming
Luke Chilton

11. It’s Not a Disaster if It Doesn’t Make the 9 O’Clock News
Clive Jones

12. Commercial Imperatives and Their Impact on the Values of the Contemporary Documentary and Reality Formats
Peter Hamilton

13. Documentary-Making
Olivia Lichtenstein

14. Competition and Cookery in a Global Cultural Format
Karen Ross, Doug Wood

15. The Morals of the Money Shot
Martin Daubney

16. Authenticity in Documentary-Making
Anya Sitaram

17. Documentary and Reality TV as Modern Fairytales
Jan Euden, Mick Sawyer

18. The Interplay between Conflict and Character in Drama and Its Possible Influences on the Construction of Reality Programming
Harry Duffin

Keywords: Social Sciences, Communication Studies, Film and Television Studies, Linguistics, general, Sociolinguistics, Media Research, Discourse Analysis

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2015
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
271 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137478474
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-58003-3

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