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TV SOCIOLOGY BIRTH AND EVOLUTION OF TV SERIES

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TV SOCIOLOGY BIRTH AND EVOLUTION OF TV SERIES

Starting from the bold concept of considering television as a new form of social science, this book is a compelling journey into the depths of television seriality. Through an exciting exploration of concepts such as dramaturgical literacy and the narrative paradigm, the author sheds light on the roots that have shaped the contemporary television landscape.

From the 1950s to the present day, each chapter traces a historical path full of changes and innovations. With an acute sensitivity towards cultural, social and technological influences, this book offers a comprehensive vision of the birth and evolution of television seriality. An essential investigation for television lovers, media academics, and anyone fascinated by the narrative and social power of television series.

DATA SHEET

Title: TV sociology – Birth and evolution of TV series

Author: M. Paracchini
Editore: Weird Book

Series: Insomnia
Genre: Essay
Pages: 148
Prezzo: 24,90 €
Format: 15 x 22 cm
ISBN: 979-12-81603-11-0

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