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    Matt Briggs
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Matt Briggs is Lecturer in Media and Cultural Studies at the University of Wales, Lampeter.

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Television, Audiences and Cultural Studies/David Morley . p. cm. Includes bibliographical references. Part IV Methodological issues 8 Towards an ethnography of the television audience.

Television, Audiences & Everyday Life by Matt Briggs, 9780335228690 .

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Media Culture: Cultural Studies, Identity and .

Media Culture: Cultural Studies, Identity and Politics Between the Modern and the Postmodern. In Cultural Change and Ordinary Life, Longhurst evaluates changes in the media and ordinary life in the context of large-scale cultural change, especially with respect to globalization and hybridisation, fragmentation, spectacle and performance, and enthusing or fan-like activities. Introducing Lefebvre to a legal audience, this book identifies the central themes that run through his work, including his unorthodox, humanist approach to Marxist theory, his sociological and methodological contributions to the study of everyday life and his theory of the production of space.

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The Media and Cultural Studies MA program is to be completed over two academic .

It invites students to examine the relationship between everyday life, cultural and media institutions and cultural production, through an engagement with theories covered in Critical Approaches to Media and Cultural Studies.

television and everyday life 3 The Audience Tracking Study methodology 13 2. .

television and everyday life 3 The Audience Tracking Study methodology 13 2 Television and everyday life 21 Television and the organisation of time 23 Household life and television 35 Television, the household and everyday life 49 Summary of key findings 50 3 News consumption and everyday life 52 Previous studies of news consumption 52 News and current affairs 54 Patterns of news consumption

Television is commonplace in developed societies, an unremarkable and routine part of most people's everyday lives, but also the subject of continued concern from academia and beyond. But what do we really know about television, the ways that we watch it, the meanings that are made, and its relationship to ideology, democracy, culture and power?

Television, Audiences and Everyday Life draws on an extensive body of audience research to get behind this seemingly simple activity. Written in a clear and accessible style, key audience studies are presented in ways that illuminate critical debates and concepts in cultural and media studies.

Key topics and case studies include:

News, debate and the pubic sphere Reality television, talk shows and media ethics Soap opera, play and gossip The uses of television in the home Television, identity and globalization Textual analysis, discourse and semiotics

Each chapter makes a compelling case for the importance of audience research in our thinking about television texts. The case studies introduce important new terms in the study of television, such as play, semiosis and modality, while also throwing new light on familiar terms, such as decoding, ideology and the public sphere.

Television, Audiences and Everyday Life is essential reading for undergraduate students on media, cultural studies and sociology courses, or anybody who wants to understand television, its genres, and their place in everyday life.