Cultural Rights: Technology, Legality, and Personality

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SUBJECT INDEX

a
acting;
evaluation of 71 -2;
image-value and 86 -7;
as impersonation 72 ;
personification 72 -4
adultery, representations of 182
advertisements, as artefacts 88
advertising;
broadcasting and 141 ;
newspapers and 106 , 144 -5;
as sponsorship 49 - 50 ;
television and 139 , 144
alternativity 2
androgyny 211
artist;
mystique of 196 ;
professionalisation of 178 ;
status of 180
audience 2 , 5 , 172 ;
abstractness of 208 -9;
anonymity of 113 ;
as-consumer 6 , 51 , 59 , 77 , 145 , 159 ;
as-market 6 , 40 , 41 -2, 44 -5, 46 , 49 - 50 , 51 , 59 , 65 , 77 , 105 , 115 , 172 , 198 ;
as-public 6 , 59 , 81 , 105 , 159 ;
attention-giving behaviour 59 ;
businesses/commercial organisations as 159 -60, 172 ;
capacities of 55 ;
as client 134 ;
family as 143 -4;
female 199 , 201 ;
feminisation of 206 , 210 ;
high culture 31 ;
institutional knowledge of 50 ;
internalisation of see internalisation of audience;
male 199 ;
masculinisation of 206 ;
membership 47 ;
participation 89 - 90 , 209 ;
producer, relationship with 8 , 14 , 39 , 165 ;
response 36 ;
sale of to advertisers 50 , 145 ;
self-understanding of 113 ;
social class and 115 ;
‘taste culture’ 45 -6;
television 60 , 146 -7, 162 ;
women as 181 , 203 ;
see also virtual inclusion
aura 16 ;
decay of 19
author 51 , 81 , 191 ;
as-originator 52 -3;
as autonomous agent 112 ;
function 4 , 23 -5, 44 , 58 , 112 , 113 , 115 , 119 , 130 , 180 , 197 , 205 ;
moment of authorship 55 ;
mystique of 196 ;
producer as 22 -3, 51 -2, 138 ;
protection of 166 ;
stars 82
avant-garde 180 , 197 , 205

b
BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) 127 -36;
aims of 129 -31;
state interests in 127 -8
bestsellers 42 , 58
Blade Runner212 , 213
blockbusters 42 , 76 , 77
books;
book clubs 49 ;
demand for 100 ;
distribution of 119 ;
production of 100 ;
see also publishing
booksellers 80 -1, 108
branding 4 - 5 , 62 , 87 -9, 91 , 207 ;

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