globe
This list has a newer version. Click here to view
  1. Week One 6 items
    Television as text
    1. Further Reading 4 items
      1. Television aesthetics and style - Steven Peacock, Jason Jacobs 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Reading

  2. Week Two 7 items
    Ideology
    1. Reading 2 items
    2. Further Reading 5 items
      1. The quiz show - Su Holmes 2008

        Book Further Reading

  3. Week Three 11 items
    Feminist TV criticism
    1. Reading 2 items
    2. Further Reading 9 items
      1. ‘Television Representation’, [in], The Television Studies Reader - Jonathan Bignell

        Chapter Further Reading

      2. Television and women's culture: the politics of the popular - Mary Ellen Brown, Mary Ellen Brown 1990

        Book Further Reading

      3. Postfeminism: cultural texts and theories - Stéphanie Genz, Benjamin A. Brabon 2009

        Book Further Reading

      4. Feminism in popular culture - Joanne Hollows, Rachel Moseley 2006

        Book Further Reading

  4. Week Four 11 items
    Audience (1): Audience as text
    1. Reading 2 items
    2. Further Reading 9 items
      1. Children’s Television [in] Children, Media and Culture

        Chapter Further Reading

      2. Children's television in Britain: history, discourse, and policy - David Buckingham, David Buckingham 1999

        Book Further Reading

      3. Moving images: understanding children's emotional responses to television - David Buckingham 1996

        Book Further Reading

      4. Children, media and culture - Máire Messenger Davies 2010

        Book Further Reading

  5. Week Five 17 items
    Audiences (2): the empirical audience
    1. Reading 2 items
      1. Transmedia television: audiences, new media and daily life - Elizabeth Evans 2011 (electronic resource)

        Document Core Reading

    2. Further Reading 14 items
      Some of these references are studies of empirical audience responses to television, and others provide insight into debates about the study of the audience
      1. TV living: television, culture, and everyday life - David Gauntlett, Annette Hill, British Film Institute 1999

        Book Further Reading

      2. Media audiences: television, meaning and emotion - Kristyn Gorton c2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Reading

  6. Week Six 15 items
    Genre
    1. Reading 3 items
    2. Further Reading 12 items
      1. ‘Genre, Format and “Live” Television’, [in], The television genre book - Graeme Turner

        Chapter Further Reading

      2. The television genre book 2015 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Reading

      3. Narrative and genre: key concepts in media studies - Nick Lacey 2000

        Book Further Reading

      4. Question of genre - S. Neale 01/03/1990

        Article Further Reading

      5. Genre and Television [in] television genre book - Steve Neale

        Chapter Further Reading

      6. Chapter 2.2: 'Genre', [in], Television drama: theories and identities - Sue Thornham, Tony Purvis

        Chapter Further Reading

  7. Week Eight 2 items
    The public sphere
  8. Week Nine 8 items
    Questions of 'quality'
    1. Reading 2 items
    2. Further Reading 6 items
      1. It's not TV: watching HBO in the post-television era - Marc Leverette, Brian L. Ott, Cara Louise Buckley 2008

        Book Further Reading

      2. Problems with quality - C. Brunson 01/03/1990

        Article Further Reading

  9. Week ten 11 items
    Transnational television today
    1. Reading 2 items
    2. Further reading 9 items
      1. Selling television: British television in the global marketplace - Jeanette Steemers 2004

        Book Further Reading

      2. Understanding the global TV format - Albert Moran, Justin Malbon 2006

        Book Further Reading

      3. Remapping socio-cultural specificity in the American remake of The Bridge. - Forrest, Jennifer and Martinez, Sergio. 2015

        Article Further Reading

      4. mediaindustries Transnational TV: What Do We Mean by “Coproduction” Anymore? - Michele Hilmes[1] University of Wisconsin–Madison mhilmes [AT] wisc.edu, Hilmes, Michele

        Article Further Reading

      5. Transnational television history: a comparative approach - Andreas Fickers, Catherine Johnson 2012

        Book Further Reading

      6. Transnational television worldwide: towards a new media order - Jean K. Chalaby 2005

        Book Further Reading

  10. Week Eleven 14 items
    Television celebrity
    1. Reading 2 items
    2. Further Reading 12 items
      1. Stars - Richard Dyer, Paul McDonald 1998

        Book Further Reading

      2. Television's ‘Personality System’ - John Langer 10/1981

        Article Further Reading

      3. Understanding celebrity - Graeme Turner 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Reading