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Cowlin, Chris - The Reality Television Quiz Book, ebook

The Reality Television Quiz Book

Cowlin, Chris


Are you addicted to reality TV? Do you watch all the shows from Britain’s Got Talent to The Apprentice? Can you name every contestant ever to walk through the doors of the Big Brother house? Then The Reality Television

Ouellette, Laurie - A Companion to Reality Television, ebook

A Companion to Reality Television

Ouellette, Laurie


International in scope and more comprehensive than existing collections, A Companion to Reality Television presents a complete guide to the study of reality, factual and nonfiction television

Deery, June - Reality TV, ebook

Reality TV

Deery, June


Reality TV has changed television and changed reality, even if we are not among the millions who watch. Written for a broad audience, this accessible overview addresses questions such as:  How real is reality TV?

Crew, Bob - Britain's Television Queen, ebook

Britain's Television Queen

Crew, Bob


Focusing purely on Queen Elizabeth II's relationship with television, this book shows how she was ahead of the game in helping to change the face of British television from the outset of her reign in 1953 when she let the cameras into Westminster Abbey.

Mullarkey, John - Refractions of Reality, ebook

Refractions of Reality

Mullarkey, John


Refractions of Reality, or, What is Thinking Anyway?
John Mullarkey
10. Conclusion: Code Unknown — A Bastard Theory for a Bastard Art
John Mullarkey

Deery, June - Consuming Reality, ebook

Consuming Reality

Deery, June


Table of contents
1. Introduction
June Deery
2. Commercial Participation: Post-advertising
June Deery
3. Public Relations
June Deery
4. Nation Building
June Deery
5. Caring Capitalism
June Deery
6. Retail TV

Lemke, Sieglinde - Class Divisions in Serial Television, ebook

Class Divisions in Serial Television

Lemke, Sieglinde


Table of contents
1. Introduction: Class Di_visions and the Cultural Politics of Serial TV
Sieglinde Lemke, Wibke Schniedermann
2. Framing Class, Vicarious Living, and Conspicuous Consumption
Diana Kendall
3. “Hillbillies,” “Welfare Queens,” and “Teen Moms”: American Media’s Class Distinctions