Volume 2 • Issue 2 • 2005

Editorial


Editorial

Editorial

Sofia Johansson

2017-06-13 Volume 2 • Issue 2 • 2005

Research Articles


‘Starring... Dyer?’: Re-visiting Star Studies and Contemporary Celebrity Culture

‘Starring... Dyer?’: Re-visiting Star Studies and Contemporary Celebrity Culture

Su Holmes

2017-06-13 Volume 2 • Issue 2 • 2005

Experiencing Television Fandom: Notes on the Tension Between Singularization and Massification in Brazil1

Experiencing Television Fandom: Notes on the Tension Between Singularization and Massification in Brazil1

Maria Coelho

2017-06-13 Volume 2 • Issue 2 • 2005

EastEnders and the Manufacture of Celebrity

EastEnders and the Manufacture of Celebrity

Anthony McNicholas

2017-06-13 Volume 2 • Issue 2 • 2005

Also a part of:

Collection: Television Studies

The Undead: Life on the D-List

The Undead: Life on the D-List

Gareth Palmer

2017-06-13 Volume 2 • Issue 2 • 2005

Media Darlings and Falling Stars: Celebrity and the Reporting of Political Leaders

Media Darlings and Falling Stars: Celebrity and the Reporting of Political Leaders

Kathie Muir

2017-06-13 Volume 2 • Issue 2 • 2005

Brand “W” and the Marketing of an American President: Or, Logos as Logos

Brand “W” and the Marketing of an American President: Or, Logos as Logos

Jeremy Hockett

2017-06-13 Volume 2 • Issue 2 • 2005

Karen Neill & Morris Shanahan (eds.) (2005) The Great New Zealand Radio Experiment, Victoria: Thomson Learning / Dunmore Press. ISBN 0-17-0124-800.

Karen Neill & Morris Shanahan (eds.) (2005) The Great New Zealand Radio Experiment, Victoria: Thomson Learning / Dunmore Press. ISBN 0-17-0124-800.

Rosser Johnson

2017-06-13 Volume 2 • Issue 2 • 2005

Jane Arthurs (2004) Television and Sexuality: Regulation and the Politics of Taste, New York: Open University Press. ISBN 0-33-5209-750.

Jane Arthurs (2004) Television and Sexuality: Regulation and the Politics of Taste, New York: Open University Press. ISBN 0-33-5209-750.

Henrik Örnebring

2017-06-13 Volume 2 • Issue 2 • 2005