Continuum: The Australian Journal of Media & Culture
Vol. 5, No. 1, 1991


Edited by Alec McHoul


Alec McHoul, Introduction


David Silverman, Unfixing the subject: viewing Bad Timing

Alec McHoul, Taking the children: Some reflections at a distance on the camera and Dr Barnardo

Niall Lucy, My nerves/my Derrida: on Brunette & Wills' Screen/Play


William D. Routt, The truth of the documentary

Theo van Leeuwen, Conjunctive structure in documentary film and television

Carolyn D. Baker, Ways of speaking: the relation of talk and discourse on a documentary film site


Niall Lucy, Writing an(d) experience: Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, again

Christine Higgins, Broadcast news: a linguistic mode of analysis'

Lena Jayyusi, The equivocal text and the objective world: an ethnomethodological analysis of a news report


Sue Best, Foundations of femininity: Berlei corsets and the (un)making of the modern body

Peter R. Grahame, Finding the reader: early consumer activism and the project of consumer literacy

Contributors (as @ 1991)

Carolyn D. Baker is Senior Lecturer, Department of Social, Cultural & Curriculum Studies, University of New England

Sue Best is a PhD student in the Department of Fine Arts at the University of Sydney and tutors in the course "Theories of History"

Peter R. Grahame teaches in the Department of Behavioural Sciences, Bentley College, Waltham, Massachusetts

Christine Higgins teaches in the Department of Curriculum & Resource Studies at the Queensland University of Technology, Kelvin Grove Campus

Lena Jayyusi is the Chair in the Department of Communication Studies, Cedar Crest College, Allentown, Pennsylvania

Niall Lucy tutors in Communication Studies, Murdoch University

Alec McHoul is Senior Lecturer in Communication Studies, Murdoch University

William Routt, Lecturer in the Division of Cinema Studies, La Trobe University

David Silverman is Professor of Sociology, Goldsmiths' College, University of London

Theo van Leeuwen teaches in the Department of English & Linguistics, Macquarie University

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