39. Jeffrey Jones, "A Cultural Approach to the Study of Mediated Citizenship" 40. Lauren Berlant, "The Theory of Infantile Citizenship" 41. Laurie Ouellette and James Hay, "Makeover Television, Governmentality and the Good. Designed for the critical media studies curriculum, The Media Studies Reader is an entry point into the major theories.
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"A one-stop shop, this superb collection is chock-full of seminal essays. A wonderful service to the field of Media Studies." -Jonathan Gray, Professor of Media and Cultural Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison "Situating the study of media in cultural, technological, industrial, political and reception contexts, The Media Studies Reader.
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scholarship on reality television has argued that reality television can be understood as a cultural technology of the self under the current neoliberal order, where it plays a crucial moral-pedagogical role in directing the conduct, behaviour, and aspirations of individuals, in
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Rose, 1996). In media studies scholarship, neoliberalism is ﬁgured as a pro-foundly individualized phenomenon: Through makeover and lifestyle television, it instructs, entreats, appeals to, and molds individuals into ideal citizens and consumers all operating in atomized, self-managing units (see Hay…
2012-09-12 · "A one-stop shop, this superb collection is chock-full of seminal essays. A wonderful service to the field of Media Studies." -Jonathan Gray, Professor of Media and Cultural Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison "Situating the study of media in cultural, technological, industrial, political and
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The Converging Horizons of Cultural Studies and Sociology Sarah Banet-Weiser, Authentic™: The Politics of Ambivalence in a Brand Culture, New York, New York University Press, 2012, 279 pp., $21.16 (paperback). Bev Skeggs and Helen Wood, Reacting to Reality Television: Performance, Audience and Value, Routledge, 2012, 264 pp., $34.80 (paperback).
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Demotic or demonic? Race, class and gender in ‘Gypsy’ reality TV Annabel Tremlett Abstract An intriguing shift in the public interest of Roma, Gypsy and Traveller minorities has been the rise of the ‘Gypsy’ reality TV star in shows across Europe (‘Gypsy’ is the word most often used in popular media culture).The latest phenomenon to hit
ANTM is reality television that is also located in a history of television representations of blackness in America (Gray  2004). In relation to this tradition, ANTM has been criticised for its commitment to assimilationist discursive practices that conceal race based inequalities and racism as a structural reality (e.g. Thompson, 2010).