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key concerns in media studies series editor andrew crisell each title in this exciting series provides a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of a key topic in media studies placing the subjects in the context of today’s global digital environment the books written by leading academic experts include topical case studies to help students to anchor theoretical and critical concepts in everyday practice gender the media niall richardson sussex university uk and sadie wearing london school of economics uk this book introduces students to key contemporary debates in the study of gender and the media integrating cultural theory with text-based criticism gender the media analyzes recent debates in feminist cultural theory masculinity studies and ‘queer ‘ theory before applying these cultural paradigms to critical readings of relevant media texts 176pp paperback april 2014 9780230284739 £16.99 new eic 2 celebrity the media sean redmond deakin university australia

key concerns in media studies media place mobility shaun moores university of sunderland uk media place mobility offers a new understanding of media uses as place-making practices in everyday living drawing primarily on phenomenological perspectives shaun moores focuses on the ways in which people inhabit physical and media environments and he explores the bodily and technologically mediated mobilities that are involved in this activity of dwelling his discussion includes many specific examples of mobility from the manipulation of remote-control devices to the movements of walking and driving in the city or of getting around in online social spaces written in an accessible style the book invites its readers to participate in the interdisciplinary adventure of non-media-centric media studies 144pp paperback april 2012 9780230244634 £16.99 eic available on amazon look inside new technologies the media gerard goggin university of sydney australia ‘this book is essential

culture identity pr today 2nd edition the authoritative guide to public relations warren kidd university of east london uk and alison teagle st paul’s catholic college uk this student-focused text explains the themes and theories behind culture and identity with up-todate discussion of ‘chavs’ masculinity and social networking skills-based activities and practice exam questions this is invaluable reading for anyone new to this topic 280pp paperback august 2012 9780230281028 £25.99 skills-based sociology series editors tony lawson and tim heaton eic available on amazon look inside crime and the media trevor morris and simon goldsworthy both at university of westminster uk ‘if you read just one book on pr read this in an industry full of selfimportant bogus theory and pretension morris and goldsworthy tell it how it really is worth more than any number of lectures buy it.’ francis ingham director general the public relations consultants association

journalism broadcasting new media journalism critical practice series editors sarah niblock and julian petley this series provides journalists academics and students with a unique practical and critical guide to key areas of contemporary journalism practice for the digital age each volume offers a local and global perspective with digital aspects considered throughout the first series to really synthesize theory with practice these books demonstrate how real-world journalists navigate and accommodate everyday demands challenges and opportunities in the industry and teach us how to reflect on this speaking personally the rise of subjective and confessional journalism rosalind coward roehampton university uk ‘this is a wonderfully original wide-ranging in-depth and bang-upto-date exploration of the many issues surrounding the evergrowing prominence of the ‘personal voice’ in the media like all the best scholarship it is both enjoyable to read and

radio in context 2nd edition guy starkey university of sunderland uk ‘takes a user-friendly approach and makes use of an appealing mix of practice and theory without going overboard on the latter.’ – paul bowman cardiff university uk ‘its practical approach with the support of history and examples is ideal for students.’ – anne duffell staffordshire university uk radio in context provides students with a practical critical and comprehensive understanding of the main principles and techniques used in radio programming the second edition looks at recent technological regulatory and institutional changes and expands on key areas such as digital radio broadcasting over the internet and the interplay between radio and social media 288pp hardback paperback new ic october 2013 9781137302236 £55.00 9781137302250 £19.99 journalism across cultures broadcasting in the 21st century an introduction levi obijiofor university of queensland australia and

media convergence networked digital media in everyday life graham meikle university of stirling uk and sherman young macquarie university australia in this illuminating study authors graham meikle and sherman young explore the development of the internet the rise of social media the global expansion and consolidation of the major media corporations and the new opportunities for audiences to create remix collaborate upon and share their own media key chapters explore the differences between broadcast and social media the relationships between media technologies and cultural change and new understandings of media audiences as creative producers the book focuses on how everyday media – such as facebook itunes google and the bbc iplayer – can be understood in new ways for the twenty-first century through ideas of convergence 248pp hardback paperback eic a selection of our textbooks are now available as inspection follow us on facebook /palgravemacmillan copy e-books via

film television studies understanding film theory christine etheringtonwright and ruth doughty both at university of portsmouth uk ‘this is the book that film students have long been waiting for a clear well-written and accessible introduction to film theory lucid theoretical exposition and case study film analysis offer readers the most intelligible summary of theory that i have yet encountered.’ paul sutton roehampton university uk this approachable introduction to film theory is designed to enthuse and equip students for study each of the fifteen chapters provides an insight into the main areas of debate by introducing key ideas and thinkers taking the application of theory as its central theme the book includes innovative features to help students engage critically with theoretical concepts and summaries of seminal texts 304pp hardback paperback eic august 2011 9780230217102 £65.00 9780230217119 £22.99 the critical practice of film jane campion adaptation an

controversies series editors stevie simkin and julian petley controversies is a series comprising individual studies of controversial films from the late 1960s to the present day encompassing classic contemporary hollywood cult and world cinema each volume provides an in-depth study analysing the various stages of each film’s production distribution classification and reception assessing both its impact at the time of its release and its subsequent legacy ‘sober balanced and insightful these books should help us get a perspective on some of the thorniest films in the history of cinema.’ kim newman novelist critic and broadcaster basic instinct falling down stevie simkin university of winchester uk in the first in-depth study of basic instinct stevie simkin addresses the controversy around the film’s sexual content particularly the notorious interrogation scene and its allegedly homophobic and misogynistic depiction of lesbian and female characters 192pp

inside the writers room conversations with american tv writers edited by christina kallas president of the federation of screenwriters in europe and columbia university usa us television drama has gained recognition for its sophisticated narrative form and the role of the writer has been central to this here television writers share their experiences and practices of writing for highly successful shows such as the sopranos seinfeld cheers sex and the city the wire mad men the big c and boardwalk empire 224pp hardback paperback new december 2013 9781137338112 £50.00 9781137338105 £15.99 the birth of british television a history mark aldridge southampton solent university uk the birth of british television traces the early history and development of television from the experiments of amateurs to the institutionalised developments that led to the world’s first regular high definition television service focusing on important factors including the attitude of the press

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