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Curran Media&CulturalStudies

Curran Media&CulturalStudies

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Media & Cultural Theory
Edited by 
James Curran and David Morley
Media & Cultural Theory 
brings together leading international scholars to addresskey issues and debates within media and cultural studies including:
Media representations of the new woman in contemporary society
The creation of self in lifestyle media
The nature of cultural globalisation
The rise of digital actors and mediaThese subjects are analysed through the use of contemporary media and filmtexts such as Bridget Jones and The Lord of the Rings trilogy as well as casestudies of the US and UK after 9/11.Contributors:Asu Aksoy; Lisa Blackman; Jonathan Burston; Nick Couldry; JamesCurran;Aeron Davis; Des Freedman; Christine Geraghty; Janet Harbord; SarahKember; James Lull;Angela McRobbie;Ted Magder; David Morley; Keith Negus;John Durham Peters; Arvind Rajagopal; Kevin Robins; Bill Schwarz; GarethStanton.Editors:James Curran and David Morley are both Professors of Communicationsat Goldsmiths College,University of London.
James Curran
’s publications include, with others,
Culture Wars
MassMedia & Society 
edition, 2005),
Power without Responsibility 
edition, 2003)and
Media and Power 
David Morley
’s publications include
Home Territories
Television Audiencesand Cultural Studies
(1992) and
Family Television
Media And Cultural Theory

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