The Screen Education Reader: Cinema, Television, Culture
Manuel Alvarado, Edward Buscombe, Richard Collins
Macmillan International Higher Education, 20 nov. 1992 - 361 pages
Screen Education was one of the foremost journals working in the area of media and cultural theory during the 1970s. Along with its sister journal, Screen, it introduced important work in the newly-emergent fields of film and television theory, representation and the image, and in discourses around women and minorities. In particular, it paid close attention to the educational rationale for such work, in a series of major articles on pedagogy and the institutions of education in Britain. This selection of the very best of Screen Education includes work by Umberto Eco, Stuart Hall, Graham Murdock, Valerie Walkerdine, Elizabeth Cowie, Pam Cook.
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Teaching Through Authorship
Can Television Teach?
Gradgrinds Heirs the Quiz and
Authorship and Organisation
Television Studies and Pedagogy
Sex Power and Pedagogy
Up Aporia Creek
The Williams Interviews
The Art of
Broadcasting From Above
Noise of Crisis
Class Culture and the Education System
Contents List for Screen Education Nos 141
Notes on Contributors
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Aesthetics analysis Angela McRobbie Ann Sachs argues argument audience auteur auteur theory authorship avant-garde Bob Ferguson British British Film Institute broadcasting Cary Bazalgette cation Chris Mottershead cinema classroom codes concept concern construction context critical cultural studies debate discourse dominant drama Editorial Board Edward Buscombe Elizabeth Cowie example experience Felicity Grant film studies formal genre girls Green Paper Hazel Carby ideology important institutional intellectual issue Jim Cook Jim Grealy Jim Hillier knowledge language linguistic literary London Lukács Manuel Alvarado Marxist mass media meaning narrative notion organisation particular pedagogy play political position practice problem production programme questions quiz recognise relationship Richard Collins Richard Exton Rosen Screen Education sexism Simon Frith society Socio-linguistics specific stereotype structure struggle teacher teaching television theoretical theory Tony Bennett tradition understanding women