By Lee U. Dorman
By Lee U. Dorman
By Alyse Wax
By Laura J. Shepherd
This booklet examines the intersection of gender and violence in pop culture. Drawing at the most recent pondering in severe diplomacy, media and cultural experiences and gender stories, it focuses particularly on a couple of well known television indicates together with Angel, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Firefly, new release Kill, The nook and The West Wing.
The booklet makes a special theoretical contribution to the ‘narrative flip’ in diplomacy by way of illustrating the ways that pop culture and international politics are intertwined and the way we make feel of our worlds via those frames. Methodologically, the publication complements discourse-theoretical research in IR via its incorporation of tools from narratology and picture reviews. The publication proposes a cultured ethicopolitical method of worldwide politics which demanding situations us to interrogate the way it turns into attainable that we predict what we expect, it demanding situations the truths that we carry to be self-evident and that which we take to be good judgment. It calls for that we expect conscientiously, severely, uncomfortably, approximately our world(s) – even if we’re ‘only’ staring at tv.
By Cynthia Burkhead
By Edward Dmytryk
By Kathleen Rowe Karlyn
By Perret Gene,Andreone Matteo,Cerritelli Rino,Ceratto Sara
By Ralph Engelman
Ralph Engelman examines the politics in the back of the advance of nationwide Public Radio, Radio Pacifica and the general public Broadcasting carrier. He lines the altering social forces that converged to release and form those associations from the second one global battle to the current day. The ebook demanding situations a number of generally held ideals - together with that the mass media is just a manipulative software - and concludes that public broadcasting has a big capability as an emancipatory vehicle.
By Aniko Bodroghkozy
By Anne Serling
"Beautifully written. . .I laughed and that i cried. I plan to learn it back as soon as I seize my breath." --Carol Burnett
In this intimate, lyrical memoir approximately her iconic father, Anne Serling finds the fun-loving dad and kinfolk guy at the back of the implementing determine the general public observed internet hosting The Twilight quarter each week. After his unforeseen, early demise, Anne, simply 20, was once left surprised. yet via speaking to his buddies, poring over outdated correspondence, and recording her formative years thoughts, Anne not just discovered solace, yet won a deeper figuring out of this amazing guy. Now she stocks her discoveries, besides own photographs, revealing letters, and scenes of his formative years, warfare years, and their family's time jointly. A tribute to Rod Serling's legacy as a visionary, storyteller, and humanist, As I Knew Him is additionally a relocating testomony to the affection among fathers and daughters.
"A smooth, considerate and intensely own portrait of yank genius Rod Serling." --Alice Hoffman
"Richly instructed. . .a haunting memoir approximately grief, creativity, and a father-daughter bond as memorable and magical as any Twilight region episode." --Caroline Leavitt
"Filled with anecdotes and self-reflection. . .Serling nonetheless casts an oversized shadow." --Variety
"Lush thoughts of a striking father and adept research of his work." --Kirkus Reviews