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Consuming Environments: Television and Commercial Culture
This is an exploration of how much TV people watch, why they watch too much, and what they see. The authors argue that while people may have good reasons for watching television, they seem to beExpand
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Rethinking Disney: Private Control, Public Dimensions
In recent years, the Walt Disney Company has grown far beyond its beginnings in animated films and theme parks to become a major multinational corporation with global reach. As the company'sExpand
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The National Board of Review and the Early Art Cinema in New York: "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari" as Affirmative Culture
Through Screen and other influential publications, contemporary film scholarship has been strongly influenced by a model of ideology, derived from Althusser, which emphasizes the "autonomy" in theExpand
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M*A*S*H Mystified: Capitalization, Dematerialization, Idealization
n the evening of February 28, 1983, some 125 million Americans watched the final episode of M*A*S*H, a two-and-a-half hour "movie" entitled "Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen," This was the largest singleExpand
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The affirmative character of U.S. cultural studies
This article argues that, as imported to the United States from England by scholars like Lawrence Grossberg and John Fiske, cultural studies often loses much of its critical edge. Its misleadingExpand
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