The Australian Journal of Media & Culture
vol. 4 no 2 (1991)
Television and ...Edited by John Hartley
New editorial structure
1. Television and ...
John Hartley, 'Popular reality: a (hair)brush with Cultural Studies'
2. Television and its audiences
Ien Ang, 'Stalking the wild viewer'
Catherine Nicholson: on Graham Kennedy's Funniest Home Video Show
Norm Leslie, 'Desperate diversions: the snowy, the Gulf, and populism'
Paul Attallah, 'Of home and machines: TV, technology and fun in America 1944-1984'
3. Television and its neighbours
Helen Irving, 'Little elves and mind control: advertising and its critics'
Tom O'Regan, 'From piracy to sovereignty: international video cassette recorder trends'
Krishna Sen, 'Si Boy Looked at Johnny: Indonesian screen at the turn of the decade'
4. Television and its prehistories
Ann Curthoys, 'Television before television'
Albert Moran, 'Some beginnings for Australian television: the first Governor-General'
5. Television and its subjects
Theo van Leeuwen and Philip Bell, 'Ways of arguing: a reply to Bruck and Docker'
Toby Miller, 'Splitting the citizen'
Gillian Swanson, 'Building the feminine: feminist film theory and female spectatorship'
William D. Routt, 'New Lealand culture?'
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