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Title:The Tabloid Culture Reader
Format Type:Ebook
Author:Anita Biressi, Heather Nunn
Publisher:Open University Press
ISBN:0335219314
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Number of Pages:382
Category:Manga

The Tabloid Culture Reader by Anita Biressi, Heather Nunn

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC The Tabloid Culture Reader What is tabloid culture How do tabloid media prompt debates about values and ethics Can we respond positively to the tabloidization of culture What is so appealing about the rhetoric attitude and posture of tabloid culture Which theories and concepts can help us analyse and understand tabloid media This wide ranging and accessible Reader provides a useful introduction to the historical and contemporary debates about the values ethics and pleasures of tabloid news entertainment and culture Arranged thematically the book addresses definitions and debates values and ethics carnival and excess celebrity gender and sexuality production and the audience With specially written introductions to the volume and to each section the Reader features key writings from leading scholars in the field Essays explore the history and origins of tabloid culture and concepts such as the press magazines shock jocks the public sphere reality and talk show television photojournalism and voyeurism and examples used include heat magazine Loaded and men s lifestyle publications Jackass The tabloid life of O J Simpson Big Brother s Jade Goody Each section is followed by recommendations for further reading

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