by: Michele Byers / Saint Mary’s University
Little Mosque on the Prairie and a discussion of the success of the the CBC Canadian public broadcaster system.
by: Lynne Joyrich / Brown University
How does–or should–narrative television deal with issues of sexual violence? Lynne Joyrich considers the meaning of rape on Veronica Mars…and in our culture as a whole.
by: Stephen Groening / University of Minnesota
Towards Freedom Television and its complication of the binary “non-communication” vs. “symbolic exchange.”
by: Judith Halberstam / University of Southern California
What draws American viewers to Desperate Housewives, a show about infidelity, teenage promiscuity, scandal, secrecy, murder and deceit?
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- Sometimes a Woman just Wants to Be on Top — Desperate Housewives and a “Woman’s Place”
Jacqueline Vickery / Flow Staff
- Could You Feel Like They Feel?: Music Games, Listening and Fantasies of Identification
Tim Anderson / Denison University
How Would Fresh Prince Do It? Teaching “Diversity” to Late ’80s Babies
Mourning Anna Nicole: Death in the Age of Celebrity Culture
Race, Gender and Class in Reality TV: The Case of Celebrity Big Brother 2007 in the U.K.