Rethinking Television Formats

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Rethinking Television Formats

Author : Sharon Shahaf
ISBN : 0815368550
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Over the last two decades television formats have been at the crux of a radical transformation in global television. The new environment created by the rise of the format trade is characterized by an extraordinary increase and intensification in the sources, directions, and volume of exchange of new televisual concepts or formulas. One of the most notable changes in this new marketplace is the rise of small players in locations that were inherently marginalized and isolated in the "old world" of television. Rethinking Television Formats focuses on the unlikely Israeli turn of fortune in the era of the global format to tell a wider, and alternative story about the very nature of formats. In tracing Israeli television�s rise to be a leader in designing and distributing globally tradable innovative televisual concepts, this book explores the deeper reasons that allowed formats to so radically transform long held hierarchies in the global television system.

International Perspectives On Rethinking Evil In Film And Television

Author : Dilan Tüysüz
ISBN : 9781799847793
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"This publication explores evil as a philosophical concept and popular phenomenon in narratives of cinema and television and contributes to the literature and analysis in the book to share an understanding of the issue"--

Rethinking Documentary

Author : Thomas Austin
ISBN : 9780335236275
Genre : Social Science
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Because of the huge boom in documentary making there's been a similar growth in the number of courses in documentary studies. This book brings together some of the leading scholars and practitioners in this area to provide a textbook and research tool.
Category: Social Science

Rethinking Documentary New Perspectives And Practices

Author : Austin, Thomas
ISBN : 9780335221912
Genre : Performing Arts
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Because of the huge boom in documentary making there's been a similar growth in the number of courses in documentary studies. This book brings together some of the leading scholars and practitioners in this area to provide a textbook and research tool.
Category: Performing Arts

Rethinking Strategy For Creative Industries

Author : Milan Todorovic
ISBN : 9781317911876
Genre : Art
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Creative Industry practices are increasingly manifested through hybrid models and methods and emerging sub-sectors. With ever finer dividing lines between form and content, product and service, participation and consumption, the distinctions between sectors are increasingly blurred, while new, convergent models emerge. Reflecting this fluid context, this book provides a new perspective on strategy in the Creative Industries. Based on extensive original research and live empirical data derived from case studies, interviews, and observations with creative managers, it reveals strategic decision-making by analysing business manoeuvres and stages of innovation in the Creative Industries. Through analysing the interactive features of aesthetically driven information assets, and how new user/consumer cultures are applied, it uncovers the principles that are transforming strategy in the Creative Industries. This innovative volume will be of significant interest to scholars, advanced students and practitioners in the Creative Industries as well as well as industry consultancies and practitioners.
Category: Art

Rethinking University Teaching

Author : Diana Laurillard
ISBN : 0415256798
Genre : Education
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This book argues that the promises made für e-learning will only be realised if we begin with an understanding of how students learn, and design the use of learning technologies from this standpoint.
Category: Education

The Fabric Of Life

Author : Ronald T. Marchese
ISBN : 1586842560
Genre : Social Science
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Redefining Film Preservation

Author : Annette Melville
ISBN : IND:30000087199521
Genre : Government publications
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Rethinking Rationality

Author : Michael X. Delli Carpini
ISBN : PSU:000026518848
Genre : Decision making
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This is an explanation of why people make the decisions they make at the ballot box and how numerous factors interact in the decision process. Issues around rationality are explored in terms of communication, and psychological factors are also discussed.
Category: Decision making

Quality Popular Television

Author : Mark Jancovich
ISBN : UCSC:32106016005818
Genre : Performing Arts
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Category: Performing Arts

Rethinking The News Story For The Internet

Author : Eric S. Fredin
ISBN : STANFORD:36105020675513
Genre : Electronic news gathering
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This monograph proposes a number of basic forms or formats that hypermedia news stories with internal choices could take.
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World Television

Author : Joseph D. Straubhaar
ISBN : UCSC:32106019050696
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This book provides an assessment of the interdependence of television among cultures and nations. By examining developments in the world system of television as well as several theories of culture, industry, genre, and audience, the author offers insights into the topic. He argues that television is being simultaneously globalized, regionalized, nationalized, and even localized, with audiences engaging it at multiple levels of identity and interest. In this book, the author examines all these levels of operation.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Video Magazine

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ISBN : UCSC:32106020238819
Genre : Television
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Category: Television

Literature And Learning

Author : Elizabeth Grugeon
ISBN : 0706237692
Genre : Children
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Here is a range of perspectives which explore the individual and social context for reading. The articles examine ways in which children contribute to their learning in schools through their own language, oral culture and literature.
Category: Children

Rethinking Learning What Counts As Learning And What Learning Counts

Author : Judith Green
ISBN : 0935302336
Genre : Education
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The rapid transformations of social, economic, and cultural worlds of learners in school and nonschool settings that we are facing today are reminiscent of the transformations that accompanied the industrial revolution at the turn of the 20th century. Like those at the turn of the 20th century, education researchers and their constituencies (e.g., students, teachers, community members, and policy makers) are faced with a series of questions: How are we to respond to the educational challenges of this new millennium? How do we engage with new forms of learning, the influence of new media on children’s lives, changing community dynamics, and many long-standing and tenacious educational and social problems? And how can research and theory constructively and critically engage with the demands and imperatives of government educational and social policies? In this book, the editors bring together an intergenerational group of researchers who represent both new and long-standing perspectives and debates on the shapes, definitions, and processes of learning in the context of global cultural and economic change.
Category: Education

Winged Faith

Author : Tulasi Srinivas
ISBN : 9780231520522
Genre : Religion
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The Sathya Sai global civil religious movement incorporates Hindu and Muslim practices, Buddhist, Christian, and Zoroastrian influences, and "New Age"-style rituals and beliefs. Shri Sathya Sai Baba, its charismatic and controversial leader, attracts several million adherents from various national, ethnic, and religious backgrounds. In a dynamic account of the Sathya Sai movement's explosive growth, Winged Faith argues for a rethinking of globalization and the politics of identity in a religiously plural world. This study considers a new kind of cosmopolitanism located in an alternate understanding of difference and contestation. It considers how acts of "sacred spectating" and illusion, "moral stakeholding" and the problems of community are debated and experienced. A thrilling study of a transcultural and transurban phenomenon that questions narratives of self and being, circuits of sacred mobility, and the politics of affect, Winged Faith suggests new methods for discussing religion in a globalizing world and introduces readers to an easily critiqued yet not fully understood community.
Category: Religion