Understanding Society, Culture, and Television

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Index
A&E, 110
ABC, 28, 72, 95
Academy Awards, 20
Advertising, 75, 79-84
Agenda setting, 37-38
AIDS, 43
Albany, NY, 11, 59, 64
American Civil War, 89
Antoinette, Marie, 44
Artistic patronage, 99
Authorship (auteur theory), 20, 22
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 104
Bandura, Albert, 62-63, 68, 75
Barker, Martin, 32, 96
Baywatch, 34
Beavis and Butt-head, 13, 32
Beethoven, Ludwig von, 104
Benjamin, Walter, 116
Bennett, William J., 122, 123
Bentham, Jeremy, 104
Bentsen, Lloyd, 38
Berlin Wall, 28, 115
Besson, Luc, 51
Bochco, Steven, 23
Bogart, Humphrey, 51
Boob tube, 27
Boston Strangler, The, 64
Bozeman, MT, 47-48, 52
Braga, Brannon, viii
Brahms, Johannes, 104
Brecht, Bertolt, 54
Buchanan, Patrick, 114
Bush, George, 37, 44, 79, 81
C-Span, 110
Capitalism, 109
Carter, Chris, 23
CBS, 28, 33, 95
Center for Communication Policy, 95
Christian Right, The, 56
Churchill, Winston, 109
Civil rights, 115
Classicism, 24
Classroom, 8, 9
Clinton, Bill ( William J.),vii, 41, 42, 70, 91
Close, Glenn, 34
Closer, The, viii
CNN, 23, 92
Coach, viii
Cochran and Company, 92

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • 1- Storytelling and Television 1
  • Note 13
  • 2- Television and the Aesthetics Of Power, Virtuosity, and Repetition 15
  • Notes 25
  • 3- Common Contemporary Themes 27
  • Notes 35
  • 4- Agendas, Politics, and Television 37
  • Notes 45
  • 5- Globalization and Television 47
  • Notes 56
  • 6- Wellsprings of Our Discontent With Television 59
  • Notes 72
  • 7- Television and Advertising 75
  • Notes 85
  • 8- Television and Government 87
  • Notes 97
  • 9- Art for Whose Sake? 99
  • Notes 111
  • 10- What Everyone Must Know About Television 113
  • Notes 124
  • Afterword 127
  • Note 128
  • Bibliography 129
  • Index 137
  • About the Author 143
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