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Channels of Discourse, Reassembled: Television and Contemporary Criticism

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Since its original publication in 1987, Channels of Discourse has provided the most comprehensive consideration of commercial television, drawing on insights provided by the major strands of contemporary criticism: semiotics, narrative theory, reception theory, genre theory, ideological analysis, psychoanalysis, feminist criticism, and British cultural studies. The second ...more
Paperback, 428 pages
Published June 1st 1992 by University of North Carolina Press (first published January 1st 1987)
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Elizabeth Lozano
The best book on tv criticism and textual analysis. I don't get tired of reading it or discussing it with my students
Ke Huang
This book shows that we can have intelligent literature on TV beyond the pages of TV guide.
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phil auslander style.
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