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Author: Ellen Seiter
ISBN13: 978-0198711414
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Publisher: Clarendon Press; 1 edition (February 25, 1999)
Pages: 168

Television and New Media Audiences (Oxford Television Studies) by Ellen Seiter



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Clichés about television mask the complexity of our relationship to media technologies. The book discusses reactions of audiences to many internationally known television programmes including The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Street Fighter, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, X-Men, Sesame Street, Dallas, Star Trek, The Cosby Show, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and National Geographic. Ellen Seiter, author University of California, San Diego.

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Why is talk about television forbidden at Montessori schools? Why does a mother feel guilty about watching Star Trek in front of her four-year-old child? Why would retired men turn to daytime soap operas for entertainment? Cliches about television mask the complexity of our relationship to media technologies. Through a range of fascinating case studies, Ellen Seiter explains what audience research tells us about the uses of technologies in the domestic sphere and the classroom, the relationship between gender and genre, and the varied interpretation of media technologies and media forms. Television and New Media Audiences reviews the most important research on television audiences and recommends the use of ethnographic, longitudinal methods for the study of media consumption and computer use at home as well as in the workplace.The book discusses reactions of audiences to such internationally known television program as The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Street Fighter, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, X-Men, Sesame Street, Dallas, Star Trek, The Cosby Show, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and National Geographic.