Routledge Library Editions: Television
Published May 9th 2013 by Routledge – 4,392 pages
Reissuing works originally published between 1974 and 1999, Routledge Library Editions: Television offers a selection of scholarship covering the exploration of TV. Volumes vary from general texts on the advent, influence or future of broadcasting to specific studies of television and parliament, cable television, children and television and television in China. These works cross disciplines such as media studies and psychology with obvious interest to sociologists as well and those researching performance arts subjects.
Reaching a Critical Mass: A Critical Analysis of Television Entertainment Robert Abelman. American Television: New Directions in Television Studies Nick Browne (ed.). The Making of Channel 4 Peter Catterall (ed). Televising Democracies Bob Franklin (ed). Black Women in Television: An Illustrated History and Bibliography George Hill, Lorraine Raglin and Chas Floyd Johnson. Television News and the Elderly: Broadcast Managers' Attitudes Toward Older Adults Michael L. Hilt. Television and the Aggressive Child: A Cross-national Comparison L. Rowell Huesman and Leonard D. Eron (ed). The Language of Television: Uses and Abuses Albert Hunt. The Ideological Octopus: An Exploration of Television and its Audience Justin Lewis. China Turned On: Television, Reform and Resistance James Lull. Cable Television and the Future of Broadcasting Ralph M. Negrine (ed). Satellite Broadcasting: The Politics and Implications of the New Media Ralph Negrine (ed). Remote Control: Television, Audiences, and Cultural Power Ellen Seiter et al. (ed). The Future of Broadcasting: A Report Presented to the Social Morality Council, October 1973 Social Morality Council. Videology and Utopia: Explorations in a New Medium Alfred Willener, Guy Milliard and Alex Ganty; translated and edited by Diana Burfield. Television and Social Behavior: Beyond Violence and Children Stephen B. Withey and Ronald P. Abeles (ed). The Use and Abuse of Television: A Social Psychological Analysis of the Changing Screen J. Mallory Wober