Remembering Television

Remembering Television

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Format E-Bok
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Utgivelsesår 2013
Forlag Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Språk Engelsk
ISBN 9781443845755
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Om Remembering Television

This path-breaking book extends our knowledge of the social and cultural impacts of television, asking new questions about the ways television's technologies and programming have been experienced, understood and remembered. Television has served as a companion to the historical events that have unfolded in our everyday lives both on and off the screen, and its presence is intricately bound up in our memories of the past and actions in the present.As this volume demonstrates, the influence of television over individual and family behaviours, national identity and ideas of global citizenship is complex and wide-ranging. Drawing upon recent developments in memory studies, history, media and cultural studies, and with particular reference to Australia, leading scholars explore the histories of television, and how its programs and personalities have been celebrated, recalled with nostalgia or simply forgotten. Topics covered include the pre-figuring of television; memories of the struggle for transmission in remote locations; the transnational experience of television for immigrant communities; the evocation of television programs through spin-off products; televised war reportage and censorship; and the value of 'unofficial' television archives such as YouTube. As a whole, these essays offer a striking and original examination of the connections between history, memory and television in today's world.


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