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Media and class : TV, film, and digital culture / edited by June Deery and Andrea Press.

Contributor(s): Deery, June | Press, Andrea Lee.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HN90.S6 M43 2017Publication: New York, NY : Routledge, 2017Description: vii, 225 p. : ill.ISBN: 9781138229792 (pbk.); 1138229792 (pbk.); 9781138229785 (hbk.); 1138229784 (hbk.).Subject(s): Social classes in mass media | Mass media -- Social aspects | Mass media -- Political aspects
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Introduction: Studying Media and Class / Andrea Press -- pt. I Class Representation as Entertainment -- 2. The Media's Failure to Represent the Working Class: Explanations from Media Production and Beyond / David Hesmondhalgh -- 3. Class and Gender through Seven Decades of American Television Sitcoms / Richard Butsch -- 4. TV Screening: The Entertainment Value of Poverty and Wealth / June Deery -- 5. Sex, Class, and Trash: Money, Status, and Classed "Dreams" in Classical Hollywood Cinema / Marjorie Rosen -- pt. II Documenting Class -- 6. Performing Class and Taste through the Documentary Lens / John Corner -- 7. How the Other Half Lives: The Will to Document from Poverty to Precarity / Laurie Ouellette -- pt. III Media Leisure/Labor -- 8. The Working Class, Ordinary Celebrity, and "Illegitimate" Cultural Work / Mark Banks -- 9. Idols of Self-production: Selfies, Career Success, and Social Class / Anita Biressi -- 10. Rich TV, Poor TV: Work, Leisure, and the Construction of "Deserved Inequality" in Contemporary Britain / Milly Williamson -- pt. IV Digital Cultures -- 11. When Left Theory "Leaves Behind the Dream of a Revolution": Class and the Software Economy / Rob Wilkie -- 12. Class in "The Class": Conservative, Competitive, and (Dis)connected / Julian Sefton-Green -- 13. For Themselves and for Their Communities: Alternative Mediations of Digital Natives / Aline Maia -- 14. Big Data is Too Small: Research Implications of Class Inequality for Online Data Collection / Jen Schradie.

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