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|December 8, 2015

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Multimedia Journalism: A Practical Guide, Second edition builds on the first edition¿s expert guidance on working across multiple media platforms, and continues to explore getting started, building proficiency and developing professional standards in…
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|February 20, 2015

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Film Studies: A Global Introduction reroutes film studies from its Euro-American focus and canon in order to introduce students to a medium that has always been global but has become differently and insistently so in the digital age. Glyn Davis, Kay Dickinson,…
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|May 30, 1986

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This easy-to-follow and interesting guidebook is designed to help managers maximize productivity and job satisfaction. Includes many self-appraisal surveys, meaningful illustrations, hundreds of proven strategies, and an overall coordinating philosophy. Examines…

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International Satellite Broadcasting in South Asia focuses on the increase in the popularity of television in India beginning with the entrance of Hong Kong Based STAR-TV in 1991. This television system, which initially carried mostly Western programs, radically…

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Media Studies, second edition, remains pedagogically rich and covers a wide range of topics from the history of media right through to coverage of new media.  The second edition has been updated with the latest technological developments and trends in social…

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Internationalizing Cultural Studies is an unprecedented resource that introduces and consolidates cultural studies literature from diverse locales and intellectual traditions. Contains forty-four contemporary essays that introduce and pluralize cultural studies…
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|April 1, 1991

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Explores the overlapping, hotly disputed borderlands of literature, theater and film. Concerned with the creative possibilities of rendering Shakespeare on film, the book studies the rich interpretations of Shakespeare by such major directors as Orson Welles,…
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|April 21, 2015

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In this 7th edition of his award-winning Cultural Theory and Popular Culture: An Introduction , John Storey has extensively revised the text throughout. As before, the book presents a clear and critical survey of competing theories of and various approaches to…

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Media Access and the Military shows that, in the context of war, the simple typologies of the press which have been accepted as conventional wisdom are not only out of date, but err in classifying societies monolithically. Within the national culture of the…

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Creating Television brings television and its creators to life, presenting fascinating in-depth interviews with the creators of American TV. Having interviewed more than 100 television professionals over the course of his 15 years of research, Professor Robert…

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This anthology brings together selections from some of the most significant writings on the idea of national identity over the last 400 years and includes important contributions to contemporary debates in the social sciences and postcolonial studies.
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|November 24, 2014

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What Greek philosopher thought writing would harm a student¿s memory? Was the poet Byron¿s daughter the first computer programmer? Who plays more video games, women over 18 or teenage boys? In Alphabet to Internet: Media in Our Lives , Irving Fang looks…