Television and Women's Culture: The Politics of the Popular

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Mary Ellen Brown
SAGE, 15 jun. 1990 - 256 pagina's
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In this book an international team of contributors examines critically the relationship between television and women's culture. Although they recognize that television frequently distorts and oppresses women's experience, the authors avoid a simplistic manipulative view of the media. Instead they show how and why such different genres as game shows, police fiction and soap opera offer women opportunities for negotiation of their own meanings and their own aesthetic appreciation.

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Ackncwledgements
7
Women as Audiences
25
Women Audiences and the Workplace
61
The Structuring
73
How Music Video Appeals to Girls
89
Pleasure and Resistance
102
Feminist Strategies of Detection
117
Consumerism Patriarchy
134
Australian Rules Football
144
Soap Opera Carnival Gossip and
183
Consumption and Resistance The Problem
201
Bibliography
223
Contributors
237
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