Television Studies: The Key Concepts
Psychology Press, 2002 - Performing Arts - 291 pages
Television Studies: The Key Concepts is the definitive reference guide to an area of rapidly expanding academic interest. Among those aspects of television studies covered in this comprehensive and up-to-date guide are:
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