BIBLIOGRAPHY OF USEFUL BOOKS ON NONFICTION TV
Ad Watch Toolkit, made for political ads but can be applied to ads on TV in general http://www.pbs.org/ad/ads/toolkit_list.htm/
Advertising and Popular Culture. J. Fowles. Sage. 1996.
Aim for the heart: write for the ear, shoot for the eye, a guide for TV producers and reporters/Al Tompkins. Chicago: Bonus Books, c2002. SUBJECT Television broadcasting of news. SUBJECT Broadcast journalism—Authorship. PN4784.T4 T62 2002.
All the news that's fit to sell: how the market transforms information into news/James T. Hamilton. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, c2004. SUBJECT Television broadcasting of news—United States. SUBJECT Television broadcasting of news—Economic aspects—United States. SUBJECT Press—United States. SUBJECT Press—Economic aspects—United States. PN4888.T4 H355 2004.
American television news: the media marketplace and the public interest/Steve M. Barkin. Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, c2003. SUBJECT Television broadcasting of news—United States. PN4888.T4 B29 2003.
Arresting images: crime and policing in front of the television camera/Aaron Doyle Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2003. SUBJECT Crime on television—Social aspects. SUBJECT Reality television programs—Social aspects. SUBJECT Mass media and criminal justice. SUBJECT Television broadcasting of news—Social aspects—Case studies. SUBJECT Television broadcasting of news—Political aspects—Case studies. HM1206.D69 2003.
Cambridge Classics structuralism web site http://www.classics.cam.ac.uk/Faculty/structuralism.html
Can we talk?: the power and influence of talk shows/Gini Graham Scott. New York: Insight Books, c1996. SUBJECT Talk shows. SUBJECT Radio broadcasting—Social aspects—United States. SUBJECT Television broadcasting—Social aspects—United States. PN1990.9.T34 S36 1996.
Canaries in the mineshaft: essays on politics and media/Renata Adler. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2001. Searching for the real Nixon scandal: A last inference—Reflections on political scandal—The Justices and the journalists—The extreme nominee—Coup at the Court—Decoding the Starr Report—Monica's story—Letter from Biafra—But Ohio. Well, I guess that's one state where they elect to lock and load: The National Guard—Concentration, squares, jeopardy, and bouillon cubes—Afternoon television: Unhappiness enough, and time—Who's here? What time is it?—Cookie, Oscar, Grover, Ernie, and company—G. Gordon Liddy in America—House critic—A court of no appeal. SUBJECT United States—Politics and government—1945-1989. SUBJECT United States—Politics and government—1989- SUBJECT Press and politics—United States. E839.5.A35 2001.
Case studies in sport communication/edited by Robert S. Brown and Daniel J. O'Rourke III. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 2003. 1. The rhetorical resurgence of Pete Rose: a second-chance apologia/Todd F. McDorman—2. Hoop games: a narrative analysis of television coverage of women's and men's professional basketball/Leah R. Vande Berg and Sarah Projansky—3. Dueling genders: announcer bias in the 1999 U.S. open tennis tournament/Andrew C. Billings—4. The talk of the town: a rhetorical analysis of the Browns' departure from and return to Cleveland/Daniel J. O'Rourke III—5. Sport, (dis)ability, and public controversy: ableist rhetoric and Casey Martin v. PGA tour, Inc./James L. Cherney—6. Regulating sport rationality in America through the moral controversy of extreme fighting/Thomas Vaughn—7. The resignification of risk in marketing whitewater: ritual initiation and the mythology of river culture/Elliot Gaines—8. Coachtalk: good reasons for winning and losing/John Todd Llewellyn—9. Metaphor in sport policy debate: parliament and British soccer violence/Robert S. Brown—10. Fifty-eight American dreams: the NBA draft as mediated ritual/Richard Olsen. SUBJECT Mass media and sports—United States—Case studies. GV742.C37 2003.
Channels of discourse, reassembled: television and contemporary criticism/edited by Robert C. Allen. 2nd ed. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, c1992. Introduction to the second edition: more talk about TV/Robert C. Allen -- Semiotics, structuralism, and television/Ellen Seiter -- Narrative theory and television/Sarah Kozloff -- Audience-oriented criticism and television/Robert C. Allen -- Genre study and television/Jane Feuer -- Ideological analysis and television/Mimi White -- Psychoanalysis, film, and television/Sandy Flitterman-Lewis -- Feminist criticism and television/E. Ann Kaplan -- British cultural studies and television/John Fiske -- Postmodernism and television/Jim Collins -- Afterword/James Hay -- Television criticism: a selective bibliography/Diane Negra. PN1992.5 .B36 1987.
Color of rape: gender and race in television's public spheres/Sujata Moorti. Albany: State University of New York Press, c2002. SUBJECT Rape on television. SUBJECT African Americans on television. SUBJECT Rape—Press coverage—United States. PN1992.8.R26 M66 2002.
Communication in U.S. elections: new agendas/edited by Roderick P. Hart and Daron R. Shaw. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, c2001. Communicating and electing/Daron R. Shaw. Informing the modern electorate. Democracy for some?: how political talk informs and polarizes the electorate/Dietram A. Scheufele—Who's voted in when the people tune out?: information effects in congressional elections/Scott L. Althaus. Media frames in contemporary campaigns. The collision of convictions: value framing and value judgments/Dhavan V. Shah—A unified method for analyzing media framing/Adam F. Simon. Interpersonal judgments and electoral outcomes. Voter uncertainty and candidate contact: new influences on voting behavior/Lynn Vavreck—Declining trust and a shrinking policy agenda: why media scholars should care/Marc J. Hetherington. U.S. campaigns and group identities. Imagining political parties: a constructionist approach/Sharon E. Jarvis—The mass media and group priming in American elections/Nicholas A. Valentino. New modes of campaign influence. The outside game: congressional communication and party strategy/Daniel Lipinski—Internet politics: a survey of practices/Robert Klotz—Poltical advertising and popular culture in the television age/Glenn W. Richardson Jr. SUBJECT Political campaigns—United States. SUBJECT Advertising, Political—United States. SUBJECT Communication in politics—United States. JK1976.C58 2001.
Communication Theorists www.popculture.com/theorists/
Constructing Public Opinion. Columbia University [on news] Justin Lewis.
Consumer culture and TV programming/Robin Andersen. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1995. Advertising, economics, and the media—The producers and consumers of Nikes and other products—Emotional ties that bind: focus groups, psychonanalysis, and consumer culture—Postmodern theory and consumer culture—Thirtysomething, lifestyle consumption, and therapy—The television talk show: from democratic potential to pseudotherapy—"Cops" on the "Night Beat"—"Reality"-based police shows—Issues of social control—Advertising and the Persian Gulf War—Democratic talk-show strategies and the competing narratives of the 1992 Presidential Election—Conclusion: the commercial politics of postmodern television. SUBJECT Television broadcasting—Social aspects—United States. SUBJECT Television advertising—Social aspects—United States. PN1992.6 .A55 1995.
Contesting the Super Bowl. Donna Schwartz. 1997. Routledge
Court TV cradle-to-grave legal survival guide: a complete resource for any question you might have about the law/by the editors of Court TV and The American Lawyer. Boston: Little, Brown, c1995. SUBJECT Law—United States—Popular works.LOCATIONS LAW LIB. KF387 .C62 1995.
Critical dictionary of film and television theory/edited by Roberta E. Pearson and Philip Simpson. London; New York: Routledge, 2001. SUBJECT Motion pictures—Dictionaries. SUBJECT Television—Dictionaries. SUBJECT Film criticism—Dictionaries. LIB USE ONLY REF PN1993.45.C75 2001.
Critical Studies in Media Commercialism. Robin Andersen and Lance Strait, eds. 2000. Oxford Univ.
Cultural Criticism: A Primer of Key Concepts. Arthur Asa Berger. Sage. 1995
Cultural Studies [journal]
Debates on the Future of Television www.benton.org/Policy/TV/debate.html/
Exploring Media Culture: A Guide. M.R. Real. 1996. Sage.
Fan cultures/Matt Hills. London; New York: Routledge, 2002. SUBJECT Fans (Persons)—Psychology. SUBJECT Subculture. SUBJECT Television viewers—Psychology. SUBJECT Celebrities in mass media. SUBJECT Motion picture actors and actresses. HM646.H55 2002.
Feminist visual culture/edited by Fiona Carson and Claire Pajaczkowska. New York: Routledge, 2001. Issues in feminist visual culture/Claire Pajaczkowska—Feminist debate and fine art practices/Fiona Carson. Painting/Fran Lloyd; Sculpture and installation/Fiona Carson; Performance art/Helen Potkin; Multicultural discourses/Pauline de Souza; Photography/Jessica Evans—Issues in feminist design/Claire Pajaczkowska. Architecture/Sarah Chaplin; Graphic design/Teal Triggs; Ceramics/Cheryl Buckley; Textiles/Janis Jefferies; Fashion/Rebecca Arnold—Issues in feminist mass media/Claire Pajaczkowska. Film theory/Sally Stafford; Video/Julia; Cyberfeminism/Sarah Chaplin; Television/Anne Hole; Advertising/Sarah Niblock. SUBJECT Feminism and the arts. SUBJECT Visual communication. SUBJECT Popular culture. SUBJECT Gender identity in art. AAA library. NX180.F4 F465 2001.
Fields in Vision: Television Sport and Cultural Transformation. Garry Whannel. 1992. Routledge.
Freaks talk back: tabloid talk shows and sexual nonconformity/Joshua Gamson. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, c1998. SUBJECT Talk shows—United States. SUBJECT Talk shows—Social aspects—United States. SUBJECT Sex on television. SUBJECT Homosexuality on television. PN1992.8.T3 G35 1998.
From concept to screen: an overview of film and television production/by Robert Benedetti. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 2002. SUBJECT Motion pictures—Production and direction. PN1995.9.P7 B36 2001.
Games and Sets: The Changing Face of Sports on Television. Steven Barnett. 1990.
Genre theory overview by Daniel Chandler www.aber.ac.uk/Media/Documents/intgenr1.htm/
Global news: perspectives on the information age/edited by Tony Silvia. Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press, 2001. SUBJECT Television broadcasting of news. SUBJECT Radio journalism. SUBJECT Electronic journals. SUBJECT Journalism. PN4784.T4 G54 2001.
Global television and the shaping of world politics: CNN, telediplomacy, and foreign policy/Royce J. Ammon. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, c2001. SUBJECT Diplomacy. SUBJECT Communication in international relations. SUBJECT Television in politics. JZ1305.A478 2001.
Globalization and Sport: Playing through the World. Toby Miller, Lawrence Geoffrey, Jim McKay and David Rowe. 2001. Sage.
Going live: getting the news right in a real-time, online world/Philip Seib. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefields, 2001. SUBJECT Television broadcasting of news. SUBJECT Live television programs. SUBJECT Radio journalism. SUBJECT Electronic journals. PN4784.T4 S45 2001.
Governing from center stage: White House communication strategies during the television age of politics/Lori Cox Han. Creskill, N.J.: Hampton Press, c2001. SUBJECT Presidents—United States—Press conferences. SUBJECT Press and politics—United States. SUBJECT Communication in politics—United States.
Handbook of visual analysis/edited by Theo Van Leeuwen and Carey Jewitt. London; Thousand Oaks [Calif.]: SAGE, 2001. Content analysis of visual images/Philip Bell—Approaches to analysis in visual anthropology/Malcolm Collier—Seeing beyond belief: cultural studies as an approach to analysing the visual/Martin Lister and Liz Wells—Semiotics and iconography/Theo van Leeuwen—A therapeutic perspective: the use of drawings in child psychoanalysis and social science/Gertraud Diem-Wille—Visual meaning: a social semiotic approach/Carey Jewitt and Rumiko Oyama—Practices of seeing visual analysis: an ethnomethodological approach/Charles Goodwin—Analysing film and television: a social semiotic account of Hospital: an unhealthy business/Rick Iedema. SUBJECT Art et societe. SUBJECT Communication visuelle. SUBJECT Communication visuelle—Recherche—Methodologie. SUBJECT Semiotique et arts. P93.5.H36 2001.
Hollywood urban legends: the truth behind all those delightfully persistent myths of film, television, and music/Richard Roeper. Franklin Lakes, NJ: New Page Books, c2001. SUBJECT Motion pictures—United States—Anecdotes. SUBJECT Television broadcasting—United States—Anecdotes. SUBJECT Urban folklore—United States. PN1994.9.R58 2001.
Is Anyone Responsible? S. Iyengar. 1991. Univ. of Chicago
Law and justice as seen on TV/ Elayne Rapping. New York: New York University Press, c2003. DESCRIPTION—The return of the attorney-hero: politics and justice in the prime-time courtroom—Aliens, nomads, mad dogs, and road warriors: tabloid TV and new face of criminal violence—Signs of the times: OZ and the sudden visibility of prisons on television—Cameras, Court TV, and the rise of the criminal trial as major media event—The politics of representation: gender violence and criminal justice—Television and family dysfunction: from the talk show to the courtroom—Television and the demonization of youth—Television, melodrama, and the rise of the victims' rights movement—Conclusion: the criminalization of American life. SUBJECT Justice, Administration of, on television. SUBJECT Lawyers on television. PN1992.8.J87 R37 2003.
Manufacturing Consent. 1988. Edward Herman and Noam Chomsky.
Mass Mediated Cultures, Michael Real, 1978. Prentice Hall [on sports]
Media and conflict: framing issues, making policy, shaping opinions/edited by Eytan Gilboa. Ardsley, NY: Transnational s, c2002. Media and the new post-cold war movements/Andrew Rojecki—The battle in Seattle: how nongovernmental organizations used websites in their challenge to the WTO/Melissa A. Wall—Spiral of violence?: conflict and conflict resolution in international news/Christopher Beaudoin and Esther Thorson—Relational ripeness in the Oslo I and Oslo II Israeli- Palestinian negotiations/William A. Donohue and Gregory D. Hoobler—Framing international conflicts in Asia: a comparative analysis of news coverage of Tokdo/Young Chul Yoon and Gwangho E.—Framing environmental conflicts: the Edwards aquifer dispute/Linda L. Putnam—Sources, the media and the reporting of conflict/Howard Tumber—An exploratory model of media-government relations in international crises: U.S. involvement in Bosnia 1992-1995/Yaeli Bloch and Sam Lehman-Wilzig—Global television and conflict resolution: defining the limits of the CNN effect/Piers Robinson—Media diplomacy in the Arab-Israeli conflict/Eytan Gilboa—The Russian media role in the conflicts in Afghanistan and Chechnya: a case study of media coverage by Izvestia/Olga V. Malinkina and Douglas M. McLeod—Effects of ambiguous policies on media coverage of foreign conflicts: the cases of Eritrea and Southern Sudan/Meseret Chekol Reta—The South African press: no strangers to conflict/Arnold S de Beer—Cultural conflict in the Middle East: the media as peacemakers/Dov Shinar—The media and reconciliation in Central America/Sonia Gutierrez-Villalobos—The crisis in Kosovo: photographic news of the conflict and public opinion/Kimberly L. Bissell—Internet public relations: a tool for crisis management/Shannon B. Campbell. SUBJECT Social conflict—Press coverage. SUBJECT Journalism—Objectivity. PN4784.F6 M39 2002.
Media Awareness Network. Media Issues: Advertising and Commercialism. http://www.media-awareness.ca/eng/issues/stats/issad.hem#superad
Media Culture: Cultural Studies, Identity, and Politics between the Modern and the Postmodern. Douglas Kellner. 1995. Routledge.
Media Matters: Everyday Culture and Political Change. John Fiske. 1994. Univ of MN
Media Performance. Dennis McQuail. 1992. [on news]
Media, Sports and Society. Laurence Wenner, 1989, Sage
Mediating the Message: Theories of Influence on Mass Culture. Pamela Shoemaker. 1996. NY: Addison Wesley Longman [on news]
More than meets the eye: watching television watching us/John J. Pungente, Martin O'Malley. Television criticism. Television programs. Television broadcasting. PN1992.55 .F5 1989.
Myth of the Liberal Media, Edward Herman and Noam Chomsky, videotape. [on news]
Myth, mind, and the screen: understanding the heroes of our times/John Izod. AUTHOR Izod, John, 1940- Cambridge, UK; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2001. SERIES Cambridge studies in criminology. SUBJECT Motion pictures—Psychological aspects. SUBJECT Television—Psychological aspects. PN1995.I96 2001.
Narrative Inquiry www.clarku.edu/~narrinq
Networks Producing Ice Hockey. Margaret MacNeill. 1996.
News from Nowhere: Television and the News. Edward Jay Epstein. 2000. New edition of an old classic.
News is people: the rise of local TV news and the fall of news from New York/Craig Allen. Ames: Iowa State University Press, c2001. SUBJECT Television broadcasting of news—United States PN4888.T4 A39 2001.
News: A Reader. Howard Tumber, ed. 1999. Oxford Univ.
Ordinary television: analyzing popular TV/Frances Bonner. London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications, 2003. SUBJECT--Television programs -- Great Britain. Australia. PN1992.3.G7 B64 2003
Ordinary television: analyzing popular TV/Frances Bonner. London; Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications, 2003. SUBJECT Television programs—Great Britain. SUBJECT Television programs—Australia. PN1992.3.G7 B64 2003.
Planet TV: a global television reader/edited by Lisa Parks and Shanti Kumar. New York: New York University Press, c2003. SUBJECT Television broadcasting—Social aspects. PN1992.6.P57 2003.
Play-by-play: radio, television, and big-time college sport/Ronald A. Smith. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001. SUBJECT Mass media and sports—United States. SUBJECT College sports—United States. GV742.S64 2001.
Popular culture and everyday life/Toby Miller and Alec McHoul. London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage, 1998. DESCRIPTION--Introduction to popular culture and everyday life -- Food/eating -- Sport -- Self-help/therapy -- Cultural devices: talking -- Glossary: a vocabulary for popular culture and everyday life. HM101 .M55 1998.
Popular Culture Genres: Theories and Texts. Arthur Asa Berger. 1992. Sage
Popular Reality: Journalism, Modernity, and Popular Culture. John Hartley. 1996. [some on sports]
Practicing religion in the age of the media: explorations in media, religion, and culture/Stewart M. Hoover and Lynn Schofield Clark, editors. New York: Columbia University Press, c2002. The "Protestantization" of research into media, religion, and culture/Lyn Schofield Clark—Protestant visual practice and American mass culture/David Morgan—Believing in Elvis: popular piety in material culture/Erika Doss—Public art as sacred space: Asian American community murals in Los Angeles/J. Shawn Landres—All the world's a stage: the performed religion of the Salvation Army, 1880-1920/Diane Winston—"Turn it off!": TV criticism in the Christian century magazine, 1946-1960/Michele Rosenthal—Between objectivity and moral vision: Catholics and Evangelicals in American journalism/John Schmalzbauer—The Southern Baptist controversy and the press/Mark G. Borchert—Scapegoating and deterrence: criminal justice rituals in American civil religion/Carolyn Marvin—Ritual and the media/Ronald L. Grimes—Allah on- line: the practice of global Islam in the information age/Bruce B. Lawrence—Internet ritual: a case study of the construction of computer-mediated neopagan religious meaning/Jan Fernback—Religious sensibilities in the age of the Internet: freethought culture and the historical context of communication media/David Nash—Religious television in Sweden: toward a more balanced view of its reception/Alf Linderman—Religious to ethnic-national identities: political mobilization through Jewish images in the United States and Britain, 1881-1939/Michael Berkowitz—Between American televangelism and African Angelicanism/Knut Lundby—"Speaking in tongues, writing in vision": orality and literacy in televangelistic communications/Keyan G. Tomaselli and Arnold Shepperson. ALT AUTHOR Hoover, Stewart M. ALT AUTHOR Clark, Lynn Schofield. SUBJECT Mass media—Religious aspects. SUBJECT Mass media and culture. P94.P73 2002.
Processing politics: learning from television in the Internet age/Doris A. Graber. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001. SUBJECT Television broadcasting of news—United States. SUBJECT Communication in politics. SUBJECT Human information processing. PN4888.T4 G73 2001.
Pulp politics: how political advertising tells the stories of American politics/Glenn W. Richardson Jr. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, c2003. DESCRIPTION—Communicating culture: audiovisuals in campaign advertising—Political advertising and political thinking—The attack on attack politics: why "negative" advertising is good for democracy—The ad patrol: campaign advertising and ad-watch journalism—Visual political communication in campaign 2000—Conclusion. SUBJECT Political campaigns—United States. SUBJECT Advertising, Political—United States. SUBJECT Television in politics—United States. JK2281.R53 2003.
Quality popular television: cult TV, the industry and fans/edited by Mark Jancovich and James Lyons. London: British Film Institute, 2003. SUBJECT Television programs—United States PN1992.3.U5 Q35 2003.
Racism, sexism, and the media: the rise of class communication in multicultural America/Clint C. Wilson, Felix Gutierrez, Lena M. Chao. AUTHOR Wilson, Clint C. EDITION 3rd ed. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications, c2003. Rev. ed. of: Race, multiculturalism, and the media. 2nd ed. c1995. Includes bibliographical references (p. 309-318) and index. pt. 1. Majority rules: "minorities" and the media. Diversity in the land of majority rule—Do the media matter?—pt. 2. Racialism in entertainment portrayals. The roots of racial stereotypes in American entertainment—Stereotypes extend into television and the video age—pt. 3. Racialism in public communication. The press: a legacy of exclusion—Advertising: the media's not-so-silent partner—Public relations: influencing the content of the media—pt. 4. Women of color in the media. Women of color: two strikes and-- ?—pt. 5. Strategies for dealing with racially insensitive media. Access: toward diversity with (un)deliberate speed—Advocacy: pressuring the media to change—Alternatives: colorful firsts in class communication—pt. 6. The rise of class communication. 21st-century challenges and opportunities.. SUBJECT Racism in mass media. SUBJECT Sexism in mass media. SUBJECT Mass media—United States. SUBJECT Pluralism (Social sciences)—United States. P94.5.M552 U69 2003.
Reading Ads Socially. R. Goldman. 1992. Routledge
Reading television/John Fiske and John Hartley. 2nd ed. London ; New York: Routledge, 2003. SUBJECT Television criticism. Television broadcasting -- Social aspects. Books and reading. HQ1233 .J75 1996.
Real emotional logic: film and television docudrama as persuasive practice/Steven N. Lipkin. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, c2002. Defining docudrama: Schindler's list and In the name of the father—All the good reasons: persuasive warrants and moral claims—Dramatic evidence: docudrama and historical representation—Docudrama ethics and the problem of proximity—Rootable, relatable, promotable docudrama: the MOW mantra as rhetorical practice--Recent feature film docudrama s persuasive practice. SUBJECT Historical films—United States—History and criticism. SUBJECT Historical television programs—United States—History and criticism. PN1995.9.H5 L56 2002.
Reality squared: televisual discourse on the real/edited by James Friedman. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, c2002. Acting live: TV performance, intimacy, and immediacy (1945-1955)/Rhona J. Berenstein—"Johnny Yuma was a rebel; he roamed through the west": television, race, and the "real" west/Alan Nadel—Daytime politics: Kefauver, McCarthy, and the American housewife/Kristen Hatch—"Happy new year and Auld lang syne": on televisual montage and historical consequences/Vivian Sobchack—Reality TV in the digital era: a paradox in visual culture?/Arild Fetveit—Attraction to distraction: live television and the public sphere/James Friedman—Cyborgs in cyberspace: white pride, pedophilic pornography, and Donna Haraway's manifesto/Daniel Bernardi—Television vectors and the making of a media event: the helicopter, the freeway chase, and national memory/Marita Sturken—Tomorrow will be...risky and disciplined/Toby Miller—Neighbours from hell: producing incivilities/Gareth Palmer—The court of last resort: making race, crime, and nation on America's most wanted/Margaret Derosia—Prime-time fiction theorizes the docu-real/John Caldwell—Uncertainty, conspiracy, abduction/Jodi Dean—Television, therapy, and the social subject; or, the TV therapy machine/Mimi White. SUBJECT Realism on television. SUBJECT Reality television programs—United States—History and criticism. PN1992.8.R4 R43 2002.
Reality TV: remaking television culture/edited by Susan Murray and Laurie Ouellette. New York: New York University Press, c2004. SUBJECT Reality television programs—United States. PN1992.8.R43 R45 2004.
Reality TV: the work of being watched/Mark Andrejevic. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield s, c2003. SUBJECT Reality television programs. SUBJECT Television broadcasting—Social aspects. PN1992.8.R43 A53 2003.
Really Bad News. Glasgow Media Group. London: Readers and Writers
Recovering a public vision for public television/Glenda R. Balas. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, c2003. SUBJECT Public television—United States. SUBJECT Pressure groups—United States. SUBJECT Corporate sponsorship—United States. HE8700.79.B35 2003.
Representing men: maleness and masculinity in the media/Kenneth MacKinnon. Masculinity—Men's studies and the 'men's movement'—Representation and spectatorship—Masculinity in the movies—Masculinity on television—Masculinity in advertising—Masculinity in mediated sport. SUBJECT Masculinity. SUBJECT Men in mass media. P94.5.M44 M33 2003.
Representing Sports. Rod Brookes. 2001. London: Arnold.
Rethinking Media Literacy: A Critical Pedagogy of Representation. Peter McLaren, et al, editors. 1995. NY: Peter Lang.
Re-viewing reception: television, gender, and postmodern culture/Lynne Joyrich. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1996. SUBJECT Television and women -- United States. Television viewers -- United States. Television criticism -- United States. Feminist criticism -- United States. HE8700.76.U6 S34 1999.
Rhetorical Studies www.lcc.gatech.edu/gallery/rhetoric
Semiotics web site http://carbon.cudenver.edu/~mryder/itc_data/semiotics.html
Social Meaning of the News. Dan Berkowitz. 1997. Sage.
Sociology of Sport Journal
Sound and fury: the making of the punditocracy/Eric Alterman. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, c1999. SUBJECT Journalism—Political aspects—United States. SUBJECT United States—Politics and government—20th century. SUBJECT Mass media—Political aspects—United States. SUBJECT Television and politics—United States. SUBJECT Press and politics—United States. SUBJECT Talk shows—United States. PN4888.P6 A48 1999.
Spin sisters: how the women of the media sell unhappiness-- and liberalism-- to the women of America/Myrna Blyth. St. Martin's Press, 2004. SUBJECT Women's periodicals, American. SUBJECT Women—Press coverage—United States. SUBJECT Journalism—Objectivity—United States. SUBJECT Women on television. PN4879.B58 2004.
Sport, Culture, and the Media. David Rowe. 1999. Buckingham UK: Open University Press.
Staging the real: factual TV programming in the age of Big Brother/Richard Kilborn. Manchester; New York: Manchester University Press; New York, NY: in the U.S.A. by Palgrave, 2003.. SUBJECT Reality television programs—Great Britain. SUBJECT Reality television programs—Europe. PN1992.8.R43 K55 2003.
Summary of TV narratives for the visually impaired which give the visual information as well www.narrativetv.com
Super Media: A Cultural Studies Approach. Michael Real. 1989. Sage
Survivor lessons: essays on communication and reality television. /edited by Matthew J. Smith and Andrew F. Wood. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Company, Inc., c2003. I. Lessons about reality; 1. Individual and cultural identity in the world of reality television/Terri Toles Patkin; 2. Contrived television reality: Survivor as a pseudo-event/April L. Roth; 3. Who owns your personality: reality television and publicity rights/Debora Halbert; 4. From Dragnet to Survivor: historical and cultural perspectives on reality television/Sean Baker—II. Lessons about playing social games; 5. Reel life: the social geometry of reality shows/Ellis Godard; 6. The nonverbal communication of trustworthiness: a necessary Survivor skill/R. Thomas Boone; 7. Metaphors of survival: a textual analysis of the decision- making strategies of the Survivor contestants/Kathleen M. Propp; 8. Survivor, social choice, and the impediments to political rationality: reality TV as social science experiment/Ed Wingenbach—III. Lessons beyond the lens; 9. Mutual metaphors of Survivor and office politics: images of work in popular Survivor criticism/Jennifer Thackaberry; 10. Self-help for savages: the "other" Survivor, primitivism, and the construction of American identity/Steven S. Vrooman; 11. The communication ethics of Survivor/Marilyn Fuss-Reineck; 12. Traveling the terrain of screened realities: our reality, our television/Marcy R. Chvasta and Deanna L. Fassett. SUBJECT Reality television programs—United States. PN1992.8.R43 S87 2003.
Tabloid culture: trash taste, popular power, and the transformation of American television/Kevin Glynn. Durham: Duke University Press, 2000. SUBJECT Reality television programs—United States. SUBJECT Talk shows—United States. PN1992.8.R43 G59 2000.
Technologies of truth: cultural citizenship and the popular media/Toby Miller. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1998. SUBJECT--Popular culture. Mass media -- Social aspects. Arts and society. Masculinity in popular culture. Culture conflict. Politics and culture. Prisoners in popular culture. HM101 .M585 1998 AVAILABLE
Television and new media audiences/Ellen Seiter. Oxford [England]: Clarendon Press ; New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. Qualitative audience research -- Feminist methods: the parents'support group -- Lay theories of media effects: Power Rangers at pre-school -- TV among fundamentalist Christians: from the secular to the satanic -- Television and the Internet. PN1992.3.U5 S35 1999
Television and politics/Kurt Lang and Gladys Engel Lang. New Brunswick, N.J., U.S.A.: Transaction s, c2002. SUBJECT Television in politics—United States. SUBJECT United States—Politics and government—1945-1989. HE8700.76.U6 L36 2002.
Television and the Quality of Life: How Television Viewing Shapes Everyday Experience. R. Kubey and M. Csikszentmihalyi. 1990. Hillsdale NJ: J. Erlbaum
Television Culture. John Fiske. 1987. Metheun
Television histories: shaping collective memory in the media age/edited by Gary R. Edgerton and Peter C. Rollins. Lexington, Ky.: University Press of Kentucky, c2001. History TV and popular memory/Steve Anderson—Masculinity and femininity in television's historical fictions: Young Indiana Jones chronicles and Dr. Quinn, medicine woman/Mimi White—Quantum leap: the postmodern challenge of television as history/Robert Hanke—Profiles in courage: televisual history on the new frontier/Daniel Marcus—Victory at sea: Cold War epic/Peter C. Rollins—Breaking the mirror: Dutch television and the history of the Second World War/Chris Vos—Contested public memories: Hawaiian history as Hawaiian or American experience/Carolyn Anderson—Mediating Thomas Jefferson: Ken Burns as popular historian/Gary R. Edgerton—Pixies: homosexuality, anti-communism, and the Army-McCarthy hearings/Thomas Doherty—Images of history in Israel television news: the territorial dimension of collective memories, 1987-1990/Netta Ha-Ilan—Memories of 1945 and 1963: American television coverage of the end of the Berlin Wall, November 9, 1989/David Culbert—Television: the first flawed rough drafts of history/Philip M. Taylor—The History Channel and the challenge of historical programming/Brian Taves—Rethinking television history/Douglas Gomery—Nice guys last fifteen seasons: Jack Benny on television, 1950-1965/James L. Baughman—Organizing difference on global TV: television history and cultural geography/Michael Curtin—Selected bibliography: additional sources for researching television as historian/Kathryn Helgesen Fuller-Seely. SUBJECT Historical television programs—History and criticism. SUBJECT Television broadcasting of news. PN1992.56.T45 2001.
Television studies: the key concepts/Bernadette Casey... [et al.] London; New York: Routledge, 2002. SUBJECT Television. SUBJECT Television broadcasting. PN1992.5.T385 2002.
Television talk shows: discourse, performance, spectacle/edited by Andrew Tolson. Mahwah, N.J.: Erlbaum, 2001. "Four of the chapters were first presented as papers at a conference on 'Identity and Performance in Broadcast Talk' held in September 1998 at the Media Research Institute of the University of Stirling"--Introd. Includes studies of three American talk shows (Sally Jesse Raphael, Ricki Lake, and Jerry Springer), two British (Kilroy and Trisha), and one Israeli (With Meni) Includes bibliographical references (p. 193-198) and index. Talking about talk: the academic debates/Andrew Tolson—Performing talk/Louann Haarman—"No, YOU rioted!": the pursuit of conflict in the management of "lay" and "expert" discourses on Kilroy/Helen Wood—The many faces of With Meni: the history and stories of an Israeli talk show/Shoshana Blum-Kulka—"Has it ever happened to you?": talk show as mediated performance/Joanna Thornborrow—"It makes it okay to cry": two types of "therapy talk" in TV talk shows/Raina Brunvatne and Andrew Tolson—Confrontation as spectacle: the argumentative frame of the Ricki Lake talk show/Ian Hutchby—"I'm out of it, you guys argue": making an issue of it on the Jerry Springer show/Greg Myers. SUBJECT Talk shows—United States. SUBJECT Talk shows—Great Britain. PN1992.8.T3 T45 2001.
Television talk: a history of the TV talk show/Bernard M. Timberg; with A guide to television talk by Robert J. Erler; Austin: University of Texas Press, 2002. SUBJECT Talk shows—United States. PN1992.8.T3 T56 2002.
Television: aesthetic reflections/edited by Ruth Lorand. New York: P. Lang, c2002. The aesthetic aspects of television/Ruth Lorand—Aesthetics of the image-wired world/Germina Nagat—Serious watching/Alexander Nehamas—Running reruns, vacillating channels: toward an expanded reception theory of televison/David Goldblatt—What do we see on TV?/Eddy M. Zemach—Television, realism, and the distortion of time/Kathleen Marie Higgins—Architectonics of "The Box": television's spatiality/Andrew Ballantyne—Anti-mimesis live/Eran Guter—Television as an art: on humiliation-TV/Rob van Gerwen—Television as an art: on humiliation-TV/Rob van Gerwen—The secret door: reception aesthetics of telenovela/Katya Mandoki—TV-dancing women: music videos, camera-choreography, and feminist theory/Sally Banes—The TV trailer: enigma, the matrix, and the aesthetics of choral violence/Charles Leech. SUBJECT Television broadcasting. SUBJECT Television—Aesthetics. PN1992.55.T385 2002.
Television: critical methods and applications/Jeremy G. Butler. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2002. SUBJECT Television—Psychological aspects. SUBJECT Television—Semiotics. SUBJECT Television broadcasting—United States. SUBJECT Television criticism. PN1992.6.B86 2002.
Television: Cultural Form and Public Address. John Corner. 1995. London: Arnold
Television: technology and cultural form/Raymond Williams; edited by Ederyn Williams; with a new preface by Roger Silverstone. London; New York: Routledge, 2003.—The technology and the society—Institutions of the technology—The forms of television—Programming: distribution and flow—Effects of the technology and its uses—Alternative technology, alternative uses? SUBJECT Television broadcasting. SUBJECT Television broadcasting—Great Britain. SUBJECT Television broadcasting—United States. SUBJECT Television—Technological innovations. HE8700.4.W54 2003.
Tell me a story: fifty years and 60 minutes in television/Don Hewitt. York: Public Affairs, c2001. SUBJECT Hewitt, Don. SUBJECT Television producers and directors—United States—Biography. SUBJECT 60 minutes (Television program) PN1992.4.H49 A3 2001.
The aesthetics of television/edited by Gunhild Agger & Jens F. Jensen. Aalborg, Denmark: Aalborg University Press, c2001. SUBJECT--Television -- Philosophy -- Sociological aspects. HE8700.4 .A37 2001
The apprentice: my life in the kitchen/Jacques Pepin. Houghton Mifflin, 2003. The war years—The of the stove—My apprenticeship—Seasons—Paris—Cooking for Presidents—Home again—New York, new world—Only in America—Cooking with friends—Gloria—Living off the land—Soup's on—Teaching—Writing—Television—Gloria's restaurant—A new way to cook. SUBJECT Pepin, Jacques—Biography. SUBJECT Cookery. TX649.P47 A3 2003.
The Encyclopedia of Television. Horace Newcomb, ed. 1997. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn
The Globalization of News. Oliver Boyd-Barrett and Terhi Rantanen, eds. 1998. Sage
The hour of television: critical approaches/by N.D. Batra. Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1987. SUBJECT Television programs. Television broadcasting. Television criticism. PN1992.8.C7 P86 1999.
The language of television/Jill Marshall, Angela Werndly. London; New York: Routledge, 2002. SUBJECT Television broadcasting—Great Britain. SUBJECT Television broadcasting—Social aspects—Great Britain. SUBJECT Discourse analysis. PN1992.3.G7 M37 2002.
The Manufacture of News. S. Cohen and J. Young. 1983. London: Constable
The mission: journalism, ethics and the world/Joseph B. Atkins, editor. Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press, 2002. Journalism as a mission: ethics and purpose from an international perspective/Joseph B. Atkins—Chaos and order: sacrificing the individual for the sake of social harmony/John C. Merrill—Ways of a muckraker/Jerry Mitchell—A sinister zone of likeness: journalists as heroes and villains in the U.S. south and in Central and Eastern Europe/Joseph B. Atkins—From collusion to independence: the press, the ruling party, and democratization in Mexico/Michael Snodgrass—The outspoken journalist is an expression, a symbol of Colombia/Stephen F. Jackson—The stranger: minorities and their treatment in the German media/Georg Ruhrmann—Between state control and the bottom line: journalism and journalism ethics in Hungary/Ildiko Kaposi and Eva Vajda—SITA: Slovakia's first independent news serves and its battles with the Huey Long of the Danube/Pavol Mudry—Holding Politician's feet to the fire in Slovenia/Bernard Nezmah—Lebanese television: caught between the government and the private sector/Nabil Dajani—Press freedom and the crisis of ethical journalism in southern Africa/Regina Jere-Malanda—Nigerian press ethics and the politics of pluralism/Minabere Ibelema—The Indian press: covering an enigma/Jayanti Ram-Chandran—Palace intrigue in Katmandu and the press in Nepal/Akhilesh Upadhyay—The press in Japan: job security versus journalistic mission/Takehiko Nomura—A journey in journalism: from idealism to bankruptcy/Neil W. White III—Reclaiming responsibility: a journalist and artist in the catholic worker movement/Chuck Trapkus—Ryszard Kapuscinski: the empathetic existentialist/Joseph B. Atkins and Bernard Nezmah—The white rose: on the martyrdom of student pamphleteers in Nazi Germany and their legacy/Joseph B. Atkins. SUBJECT Journalistic ethics. PN4756.M57 2002.
The other face of public television: censoring the American dream/Roger P. Smith. New York: Algora Pub., c2002. Dreams of a better world—The other face of public television—Private airwaves—The matrix of an era: shifting definitions of cause—Edward R. Murrow: anomaly—Commercial television's seminal discovery—An inchoate leadership—Poor but honest in "The American century"—The invalidization of educational TV—Why "educational" TV dried up—The state to the rescue!—The cloven hoof—Nixon's coup—From Nixon's office of telecommunications policy to the "Reagan revolution"—Not-so-benign neglect—Knuckling under, getting the grants—Creativity by committee—The team as organizational model—TV journalism as literature, as theater, as sport—Who makes the rules, anyway?—The root of all television, too—How programs really get produced—The self-interest/public interest equation—"Underwriting" for whom?—Elitism versus multiculturalism—Programs as product: forty years of capital formation—The culture of consumerism—What kind of future anyway, Mr. Marx?—The basket case, with a smile—Survey the territory, devise a method—TV as art—Let's try education, for a change!—A manifesto—Still hope for reason—TV and the national destiny: move aside, consumerism, move aside GDP. SUBJECT Public television—United States. HE8700.79.U6 S65 2002.
The sound bite society: television and the American mind/by Jeffrey Scheuer. New York: Four Walls Eight Windows, c1999. Politics of electronic information -- Ascent of the electronic right -- Shouting heads: the language of television -- Video games: television and reality -- Complexity and ideology -- Critical vision: television and the attentive society. SUBJECT Television in politics -- United States. Television broadcasting -- United States. Conservatism -- United States. HE8700.76.U6 S34 1999
The televiewing audience: the art & science of watching TV/Robert Abelman, David J. Atkin. Cresskill, N.J.: Hampton Press, c2002. SUBJECT Television viewers. SUBJECT Television viewers—Attitudes. PN1992.55.A24 2002.
The television genre book/edited by Glen Creeber; associate editors, Toby Miller and John Tulloch. London: British Film Institute, 2001. SUBJECT--Television program genres. PN1992.55 .T45 2001
The television genre book/edited by Glen Creeber; associate editors, Toby Miller and John Tulloch. British Film Institute. SUBJECT Television program genres. PN1992.55.T45 2001.
The ultimate assist: the relationship and broadcast strategies of the NBA and television networks/John A. SUBJECT National Basketball Association. SUBJECT Television broadcasting of sports. GV885.515.N37 F67 2001.
The Weather Channel: the improbable rise of a media phenomenon/Frank Batten with Jeffrey L. Cruikshank. Boston: Harvard Business School Press, c2002. Foundations—A new idea—Building the data path—Birthing pains—Flirting with extinction—The fast lane—Brand building and other adventures—Disruptive technologies—The Weather Channel in context. SUBJECT Weather Channel (Television station: Atlanta, Ga.)—History—20th century. SUBJECT Television weathercasting—Georgia—Atlanta—History—20th century. QC877.5.B38 2002.
TV and Narrative Discourse, a lecture www.brown.edu/Departments/MCM/courses/MC11/outline/TV_narrative_outline.htm
TV living: television, culture, and everyday life/David Gauntlett and Annette Hill. London ; New York: Routledge, 1999. SUBJECT--Television viewers -- Great Britain -- Attitudes. Television -- Social aspects -- Great Britain. PN1992.55 .G38 1999
TV or not TV: television, justice, and the courts/Ronald L. Goldfarb. New York: New York University Press, c1998. The trial of the century—The free press, the fair and public trial: a constitutional conundrum—Cameras in the courts: the experiment—A thing observed, a thing changed: what is the impact of television on trials?—The crucible: court TV—Conclusion: TV or not TV. SUBJECT Conduct of court proceedings—United States. SUBJECT Free press and fair trial—United States. LOCATIONS LAW LIB. KF8725 .G65 1998.
Understanding Journalism. John Wilson. Routledge. 1996.
Understanding reality television/edited by Su Holmes and Deborah Jermyn. London; New York: Routledge, 2004. DESCRIPTION—Introduction: understanding reality TV/Su Holmes, Deborah Jermyn—Candid Camera and the origins of reality TV: contextualising a historical precedent/Bradley D. Clissold—From Ozzie Nelson to Ozzy Osbourne: the genesis and development of the reality (star) sitcom/Jennifer Gillan—'This is about real people!': video technologies, actuality and affect in the television crime appeal/Deborah Jermyn—Reality TV, troublesome pictures and panics: reappraising the public controversy around reality TV in Europe/Daniel Biltereyst. "All you've got to worry about is the task, having a cup of tea, and doing a bit of sunbathing': approaching celebrity in Big Brother/Su Holmes—Temporalities of the real: conceptualising time in reality TV/Misha Kavka, Amy West—In search of community on reality TV: America's Most Wanted and Survivor/Gray Cavender—'New you': class and transformation in lifestyle television/Gareth Palmer—Socially soothing stories? Gender, race and class in TLC's A Wedding Story and A Baby Story/Rebecca L. Stephens. Household, the basement and The Real World: gay identity in the constructed reality environment/Christopher Pullen—'It isn't always Shakespeare, but it's genuine': cinema's commentary on documentary hybrids/Craig Hight—Big Brother: reconfiguring the 'active' audience of cultural studies?/Estella Tincknell, Parvati Raghuram—'Jump in the pool': the competitive culture of Survivor fan networks/Derek Foster. SUBJECT Reality television programs—History and criticism. PN1992.8.R43 U53 2004.
Unreliable Sources. M. Lee and N. Solomon. 1990. NY: Lyle Stuart. [on news]
Videostyle in presidential campaigns: style and content of televised political advertising/Lynda Lee Kaid and Anne Johnston. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 2001. SUBJECT Advertising, Political—United States. SUBJECT Television in politics—United States. JK2281.K26 2001.
Viewers like you?: how public TV failed the people/Laurie Ouellette. New York: Columbia University Press, c2002. SUBJECT Public television—United States—History. SUBJECT Elite (Social sciences)—United States—History. SUBJECT Ideology—United States—History. HE8700.79.U6 O94 2002.
Virtual Geography: Living with Global Media Events. McKenzie Wark, Indiana Univ. 1994
Visual pedagogy: media cultures in and beyond the classroom/Brian Goldfarb. Durham [N.C.]: Duke University Press, 2002. Media and global education: television's debut in classrooms from Washington, D.C., to American Samoa—Students as producers: critical video production—Critical pedagogy at the end of the rainbow curriculum: media activism in the sphere of sex ed—Peer education and interactivity: youth cultures and new media technologies in schools and beyond—Museum pedagogy: the blockbuster exhibition as educationtional technology—A pedagogical cinema: development theory, colonialism, and postliberation African film—Local television and community politics in Brazil: Sao Paolo's TV Anhembi. SUBJECT Mass media and education. SUBJECT Audio-visual education—Social aspects. SUBJECT Critical pedagogy. LB1043.G57 2002.
Vulgarians at the gate: trash TV and raunch radio: raising the standards of popular culture/Steve Allen. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 2001. The problem—The denial of responsibility—The audience for garbage—The offenders: a closer look at one teen idol—Shock jocks and confrontation TV: Howard Stern and Jerry Springer—Popular music and recordings—Violence—Censorship. SUBJECT Television broadcasting—Moral and ethical aspects—United States. SUBJECT Radio broadcasting—Moral and ethical aspects—United States. PN1992.6.A38 2001.
Watching Race: Television and the Struggle for “Blackness.” Herman Gray. 1994. Univ MN
Watching rape: film and television in postfeminist culture/Sarah Projansky. New York: New York University Press, c2001. SUBJECT Rape in motion pictures. SUBJECT Women in motion pictures. SUBJECT Women on television. PN1995.9.R27 P76 2001.
Watching TV: six decades of American television/Harry Castleman and Walter J. Podrazik. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, 2003. SUBJECT Television broadcasting—United States—History. PN1992.5.U5 C37 2003.