Media, margins and popular culture

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Editors: Thorsen, Savigny, Alexander and Jackson

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Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 9781137512802

This book takes a fresh look at the ideological work of constructing and confronting marginality in media, from Dalits in Indian cinema to neuro-diverse (autism spectrum) audience interpretations of Doctor Who.

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Authors: Thorsen, E., Savigny, H., Alexander, J. and Jackson, D.

Pages: 1-264

ISBN: 9781137512819

DOI: 10.1057/9781137512819

© Einar Thorsen, Heather Savigny, Jenny Alexander and Daniel Jackson 2015, Respective authors 2015. All rights reserved. Media, Margins and Popular Culture is a collection from established and emerging scholars in Media and Cultural Studies and the Social Sciences, and focuses on marginalised voices and representations; socially marginalised, marginalised in media and media scholarship. The book spans five continents and is divided into sections on gender, sexuality, nation, disability, disciplinary boundaries, youth and age. It covers media forms from Flickr to film. Chapters look at the structural and ideological construction of marginality in state and media producer censorship (in Singapore) and media scholarship (Sherlock Holmes and its adaptations). Authors consider representations of social marginality, e.g. People with dementia; artistic and self-fashioning marginality, from Quentin Crisp to tattoo artists online; and the engagement of marginal users in media spaces (fathers on Mumsnet). This book takes a fresh look at the ideological work of constructing and confronting marginality in media, from Dalits ("untouchables") in Indian cinema to neuro-diverse (autism spectrum) audience interpretations of Doctor Who.

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Authors: Savigny, H., Alexander, J., Jackson, D. and Thorsen, E.

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 9781137512802

This book takes a fresh look at the ideological work of constructing and confronting marginality in media, from Dalits ('untouchables') in Indian cinema to neuro-diverse (autism spectrum) audience interpretations of Doctor Who.

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