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Television might be the most powerful and important form of communication of the last 70 years, binding together the globe with shared knowledge and experiences, and molding our opinions and outlook on the world. This course explores American life in the last seven decades through an analysis of our still central medium: television. We will consider not only why TV is what it is today, but how it might be different. Through the exploration of critical perspectives on television, the course will prepare you for further studies in media criticism as well as enable you to be a more savvy and sophisticated consumer and potentially producer of television in your future endeavors.
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Television might be the most powerful and important form of communication today, binding together. This course explores American life in the last six decades through an analysis of our central. Spanning a history of television from its origins in radio to its future in digital. Our topical exploration will consider the economics of the. We will consider not only why TV. Through the exploration of critical perspectives on.
The book was released in February , and is available for order on Amazon. This website serves as a community resource for readers, students, and instructors using the book. The Recent News section features links to updated happenings in the world of television, categorized by chapter to supplement the book. Teaching Resources features links to courses using the book, and opportunities to share pedagogical strategies. The Videos pages shares relevant online video that relates to the contents of the book. And Errata is a place to share corrections and clarifications. I invite people to participate in this community in a range of ways.
Professors will find this textbook comprehensive and well-organized, while students will find it engaging and provocative. Mittell brings much needed energy to television studies. Introduction: Why Television? Exchanging Programming 2. Exchanging Audiences 3.
(Review) Television and American Culture by Jason Mittell. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. Kathleen Collins. Download PDF. Download Full PDF.
Buy Ebook from VitalSource. In this timely and provocative book, Jason Mittell provides students with a uniquely thorough look at the medium of television. To understand American popular culture, we need to come to grips with the enormous role that television has played in shaping that culture over the past sixty years.
Jason Mittell is a professor of American studies and film and media culture at Middlebury College whose research interests include the history of television , media, culture , and new media. Mittell received his Ph. In the spring of , Mittell obtained an M. Mittell completed his undergraduate studies at Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio in , graduating with a B. Mittell taught Communication at Georgia State University from to His research interests include pop culture topics such as television history and criticism, media and cultural history, genre theory, narratology, animation and children's media, cultural historiography, and new media studies and technological convergence. He is currently writing a book on contemporary American television narrative.
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