Table of contents for Television and women's culture : the politics of the popular / edited by Mary Ellen Brown.
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Introduction - Mary Ellen Brown
Feminist Culturalist Television Criticism
Culture, Theory, Practice
PART ONE: WOMEN AS AUDIENCES AND CRITICS
Women as Audiences - Virginia Nightingale
For Television-Centered Television Criticism - Caren Deming
Lessons from Feminism
Women Audiences and the Workplace - Dorothy Hobson
PART TWO: REPRESENTATION AND FANTASY: THE STRUCTURING OF FEMININE READING POSITIONS
Melodramatic Identification - Ien Ang
Television Fiction and Women's Fantasy
Consumer Girl Culture - Lisa Lewis
How Music Video Appeals to Girls
Rock Video - Sally Stockbridge
Pleasure and Resistance
PART THREE: WOMEN AND TELEVISION GENRES
`Cagney and Lacey' - Danae Clark
Feminine Strategies of Detection
Women and Quiz Shows - John Fiske
Consumerism, Patriarchy and Resisting Pleasures
Male Gazing - Beverly Poynten and John Hartley
Australian Rules Football, Gender and Television
Class, Gender and the Female Viewer - Andrea Press
Women's Responses to `Dynasty'
Motley Moments - Mary Ellen Brown and Linda Barwick
Soap Opera, Carnival, Gossip and the Power of the Utterance
Conclusion - Mary Ellen Brown
Consumption and Resistance - The Problem of Pleasure
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Television and women.