American Media and Mass Culture: Left Perspectives

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Donald Lazere
University of California Press, Jan 1, 1987 - History - 618 pages
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Contents

Further Readings
24
Further Readings
32
Selling to Ms Consumer carol ascher
43
The Media as Big Business
53
The Corporate Complaint Against the Media
64
Heads I Win Tails
81
Introduction
97
Further Readings
104
IDEOLOGY IN PERCEPTION STRUCTURE AND GENRE
321
Further Readings
329
Toward a Politics of SelfReflexive
345
Can We Enjoy Alternative Pleasure?
357
Masterpiece Theatre and the Uses of Tradition timothy brennan
373
The Liberating Potential of the Fantastic in Contemporary Fairy Tales
384
Introduction
407
Further Readings
417

Stars Status Mobility jeremy tunstall
116
The History and Historicity of Superman
124
Domesticating Nature todd gitlin
139
The Infantilizing of Culture ariel dorfman
145
Introduction
157
Shirley Temple and the House of Rockefeller charles eckert
164
Frank Capra and the Popular Front Leonard quart
178
The Politics of Power in On the Waterfront
184
Machismo and Hollywoods Working Class peter biskind
201
Feminism Fantasy and Womens Popular Fiction
216
THE MASSMEDIATION OF POPULAR AND OPPOSITIONAL CULTURE
231
Further Readings
237
The Search for Tomorrow in Todays Soap Operas
266
Poetic Revolt or Cultural Impasse? carl boggs
279
Working Peoples Music george lipsitz
293
Rock and Popular Culture simon frith
309
Class as the Determinant of Political Communication
431
Televisions Contributions to Political
441
The Implications
465
CULTURAL IMPERIALISM
473
Ambush at Kamikaze Pass tom engelhardt
480
Sports and the American Empire mark naison
499
Introduction to How to Read Donald Duck
516
The Great Parachutist ariel dorfman
530
Media Imperialism? jeremy tunstall
540
Introduction
555
Should News Be Sold for Profit? Christopher jencks
564
Pacifica Radio and the Politics of Culture clare spark
577
A Course on Spectator Sports louis kampf
591
Rethinking Guerrilla Theater 1971 1985 r g davis
599
Alternative Views douglas kellner
610
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Donald Lazere, now at the University of Tennessee, is Professor Emeritus from California Polytechnic State University, is the editor of "American Media and Mass Culture: Left Perspectives" (University of California Press) and author of "Reading and Writing for Civic Literacy" (Paradigm 2009).

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