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Aldridge, Meryl, and Robert Dingwall. "Teleology on Television? Implicit Models of Evolution in Broadcast Wildlife and Nature Programmes." European Journal of Communication 18.4 (2003): 435-453.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: Biological Sciences | environmental sciences | evolution | technology | television | theory | wildlife
  
Barney, Robert Knight, Stephen R. Wenn, and Scott G. Martyn. Selling the Five Rings: The International Olympic Committee and the Rise of Olympic Commercialism. Salt Lake City: University Utah Press, 2002.
Science & Technology Studies
Keywords: Avery Brundage | olympics | rhetoric of science | science and technology studies | sports | television
  
Caldwell, John. “Prime-time Fiction Theorizes the Docu-real.” In Friedman, pp. 259-292. [2002]
Social Sciences
Keywords: documentaries | social sciences | technology | television
  
Cawelti, John G. Mystery, Violence, and Popular Culture: Essay.s Madison, WI: University Wisconsin Press/Popular Press, 2004.
Social Sciences
Keywords: aesthetics | Alfred Hitchcock | Andy Warhol | culture studies | gender studies | Homer | literature—classical-20th C | music | mystery | race studies | social sciences | Stuart Kaminsky | television | the Beatles | violence | William Faulkner | William Shakespeare
  
Clark, Stephanie Brown. “Frankenflicks: Medical Monsters in Classic Horror Films.” Cultural Sutures: Medicine and Media. Ed. Lester D. Friedman. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2004. 129-148.
Medicine
Keywords: bioethics | Computers & Digital Technology | euthanasia | film | health | horror | Jack Kevorkian | journalism | medicine | social sciences | technology | television
  
DeRosia, Margaret. “The Court of Last Resort: Making Race, Crime, and Nation on America’s Most Wanted.” In Friedrich (Collections): pp. 236-258. [2002]
Social Sciences
Keywords: crime | race studies | rhetoric of science | social sciences | technology | television
  
Ferguson, Kathy E. “This Species Which Is Not One: Identity Practices in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.” Strategies: Journal Theory, Culture Politics. 15:2 (Nov. 2002): 181-195.
Popular Sciences
Keywords: gender studies | identity | Luce Irigaray | metaphysics | Michel Foucault | popular sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Studies | science fiction | social sciences | symbiotics | technology | television
  
Fetveit, Arild. “Reality TV in the Digital Era: A Paradox in Visual Culture.” In Friedman (Collections): pp. 155-184. [2002]
Computers & Digital Technology
Keywords: computers and digital technology | digitalization | documentary | Dziga Vertov | John Tagg | photography | technology | television | visual arts—20th C
  
Frank, Scott David. "Lab Coats in the Dream Factory: Science and Scientists in Hollywood." Ph.D. Dissertation: University Southern California, 2003.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: culture studies | ethnography | film | narrative | popular science | rhetoric of science | social sciences | technology | television | theory
  
Freedman, Des. “Raymond Williams.” In May (Collections): pp. 173-190. [2002]
Science & Technology Studies
Keywords: internet | Marshall McLuhan | Marxism | mass media | Raymond Williams | science and technology studies | technology | television | television
  
Geraghty, Lincoln. "Telling Tales of the Future: Science Fiction and Star Trek's Exemplary Narratives." Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture 3.2 (2003): 22- .
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: drama | exemplarity | popular sciences | rhetoric of science | science fiction | Star Trek | television
  
Hanson, Matt. The End of Celluloid: Film Futures in the Digital Age. Mies, Switzerland: RotoVision, 2004.
Technology
Keywords: Chris Cunningham | Danny Boyle | David Lync | David Lynch | film | gaming | Grant Gee | Hideo Kojima | Jonas àkerlund | Jonathan Glazer | Lars Von Trier | Matthew Barney | Mike Figgis | Peter Greenaway | Spike Jonze | technology | television
  
Hart, Jeffrey A. Technology, Television, and Competition: The Politics of Digital TV. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004.
Technology
Keywords: culture studies | politics | politics | science & technology studies | technology | television
  
Hayot, Eric, and Edward Wesp. Reading Game/Text: EverQuest, Alienation, and Digital Communities. Postmodern Culture 14 (Jan. 2004): n.p.
Computers & Digital Technology
Keywords: Computers & Digital Technology | film | gaming | genres | television | video games
  
Hills, Matt. Fan Cultures. London; New York: Routledge, 2002.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: film | psychological and cognitive sciences | social sciences | technology | television
  
Holderness, Graham. Visual Shakespeare: Essays in Film and Television. Hatfield, UK: University Hertfordshire Press, 2002.
Technology
Keywords: film | technology | television | William Shakespeare
  
Lipkin, Steven N. Real Emotional Logic: Film and Television Docudrama as Persuasive Practice. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2002.
Rhetoric of Science
Keywords: documentaries | emotions | film | logic | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science | technology | television
  
Little, Michael. Novel Affirmations: Defending Literary Culture in the Fiction of David Foster Wallace, Jonathan Franzen, and Richard Powers. Ph.D. Dissertation: Texas A&M University, 2004.
Social Sciences
Keywords: authority | culture studies | David Foster Wallace | film | genre studies | irony | Jonathan Franzen | radio | Richard Powers | social sciences | technology | television | transcendence
  
Lucanio, Patrick, and Gary Coville. Smokin' Rockets: The Romance of Technology in American Film, Radio and Television, 1945-1962. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., 2002.
Technology
Keywords: film | popular sciences | radio | rocketry | science fiction | technology | television
  
Marshall, Jill, and Angela Werndly. The Language of Television. New York: Routledge, 2002.
Rhetoric of Science
Keywords: rhetoric of science | technology | television
  
Moody, Nickianne. “Displacements of Gender and Race in Space: Above and Beyond.” In Sardar (Collections): pp. 51-73. [2002]
Social Sciences
Keywords: David Nutter | gender studies | literature—20th C | popular science | race studies | social sciences | technology | television
  
Nadal, Alan. “’Johnny Yuma Was a Rebel; He Roamed Through the West’: Television, Race, and the ‘Real’ West.” In Friedman (Collections): pp. 50-74. [2002]
Technology
Keywords: advertising | race studies | technology | television | westerns
  
Nadel, Alan. "Johnny Yuma was a Rebel; He Roamed Through the West": Television, Race, and the "Real" West.” In Friedman (Collections), pp. 50-74. [2002]
Social Sciences
Keywords: race studies | social sciences | technology | television
  
Nisbet, Matthew C.; Dietram A. Scheufele, James Shanahan, Patricia Moy, Dominique Brossard, and Bruce V. Lewenstein. “Knowledge, Reservations, or Promise?: A Media Effects Model for Public Perceptions of Science and Technology.” Communication Research 29:5 (October 2002): 584-608.
Science & Technology Studies
Keywords: biotechnology | engineering | engineering | media | newspapers | perceptions | science and technology studies | science literacy | technology | television
  
Redmond, Dennis. The World is Watching: Video as Multinational Aesthetics, 1968-1995. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2004.
Technology
Keywords: aesthetics | culture studies | ethnic studies | film | gaming | gender studies | Hideaki Anno | Krzysztof Kieslowski | literature—20th C | Patrick McGoohan’ | popular science | science fiction | social sciences | technology | television | theory | video
  
Rogerson, Kenneth S. “Karl Polanyi.” In May (Collections): pp. 135-153. [2002]
Science & Technology Studies
Keywords: anthropology | economics | industrial revolution | internet | Karl Polanyi | science and technology studies | television
  
Schwartz, Evan I. The Last Lone Inventor: A Tale of Genius, Deceit, and the Birth of Television. New York: HarperCollins, 2002.
Technology
Keywords: invention | Philo Taylor Farnsworth | science & technology studies | technology | television
  
Scott, Karen D. "Popularizing Science and Nature Programming: The Role of 'Spectacle' in Contemporary Wildlife Documentary." Journal of Popular Film and Television 31.1 (2003): 29-36.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: broadcasting | natural history | nature | popular science | rhetoric of science | television
  
Shaw, Nancy Alison. "Modern Art, Media Pedagogy and Cultural Citizenship: The Museum of Modern Art's Television Project, 1952-1955." Ph.D. Dissertation: McGill University, 2003.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: cultural studies | exhibits | modernism | pedagogy | social sciences | technology | television | theory | visual arts--20th C
  
Simon, David R., and Tamar Love. Tony Soprano's America: The Criminal Side of the American Dream. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2002.
Social Sciences
Keywords: crime | social sciences | technology | television
  
Stashower, Daniel. The Boy Genius and the Mogul: The Untold Story of Television. New York: Broadway Books, 2002.
Technology
Keywords: David Sarnoff | invention | Philo Taylor Farnsworth | science & technology studies | technology | television
  
Sturken, Marita. “Television Vectors and the Making of a Media Event: The Helicopter, the Freeway Chase, and National Memory.” In Friedman (Collections): pp. 185-202. [2002]
Technology
Keywords: memory | politics | race studies | rhetoric of science | social sciences | technology | television
  
Thomas, Anne-Marie. "It Came from Outer Space: The Virus, Cultural Anxiety, and Speculative Fiction." Ph.D. Dissertation, Louisiana State University Agricultural Mechanical College, 2003.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: advertisements | AIDS | anxiety | culture studies | deconstruction | identity | literature--20th C | metaphor | pathogens | philosophy | popular science | science fiction | social sciences | technology | television | theory | utopia | viruses
  
Wertheim, Christine. “Star Trek: First Contact: The Hybrid, the Whore and the Machine.” In Sardar (Collections): pp. 74-93. [2002]
Social Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Friedrich Nietzsche | gender studies | literature—20th C | Marquis de Sade | popular science | Sigmund Freud | social sciences | technology | television
  
White, Mimi. “Television, Therapy, and the Social Subject; or, the TV Therapy Machine.” In Friedman (Collections): pp. 313-322. [2002]
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: psychological and cognitive sciences | technology | television