TV living: television, culture and everyday life

Gauntlett, D. and Hill, A. 1999. TV living: television, culture and everyday life. Routledge.

TitleTV living: television, culture and everyday life
AuthorsGauntlett, D. and Hill, A.
Year1999
PublisherRoutledge
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Published1999
ISBN041518486X

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TV audiences and everyday life (British Film Institute audience tracking study)
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Book review: Sexualities and popular culture
Gauntlett, D. 2003. Book review: Sexualities and popular culture. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 32 (2), pp. 184-185.

Big Brother: the real audience
Hill, A. 2002. Big Brother: the real audience. Television & New Media. 3 (3), pp. 323-340.

Preface
Gauntlett, D. 2002. Preface. in: Gottlieb, N. and McLelland, M. (ed.) Japanese cybercultures London & New York Routledge. pp. xii-xv

Moving experiences: media effects and beyond. 2nd edition
Gauntlett, D. 2002. Moving experiences: media effects and beyond. 2nd edition. Eastleigh, UK John Libbey.

Media, gender and identity: an introduction
Gauntlett, D. 2002. Media, gender and identity: an introduction. London, UK Routledge.

Media risks: the social amplification of risk and the media violence debate
Hill, A. 2001. Media risks: the social amplification of risk and the media violence debate. Journal of Risk Research. 4 (3), pp. 209-225.

'Looks like it hurts': women's responses to shocking entertainment
Hill, A. 2001. 'Looks like it hurts': women's responses to shocking entertainment. in: Barker, M. and Petley, J. (ed.) Ill effects: the media/violence debate. 2nd ed. London, UK Routledge. pp. 135-149

Glossary
Gauntlett, D. and Silver, D. 2000. Glossary. in: Gauntlett, D. (ed.) Web.studies: rewiring media studies for the digital age London & New York Arnold and Oxford University Press.

The web goes to the pictures
Gauntlett, D. 2000. The web goes to the pictures. in: Gauntlett, D. (ed.) Web.studies: rewiring media studies for the digital age London & New York Arnold and Oxford University Press.

The future: faster, smaller, more, more, more
Gauntlett, D. 2000. The future: faster, smaller, more, more, more. in: Gauntlett, D. (ed.) Web.studies: rewiring media studies for the digital age London & New York Arnold and Oxford University Press.

Web.studies: rewiring media studies for the digital age
Gauntlett, D. 2000. Web.studies: rewiring media studies for the digital age. London & New York Arnold and Oxford University Press.

Web studies: a user’s guide
Gauntlett, D. 2000. Web studies: a user’s guide. in: Gauntlett, D. (ed.) Web.studies: rewiring media studies for the digital age London & New York Arnold and Oxford University Press.

The worrying influence of "media effects" studies
Gauntlett, D. 2000. The worrying influence of "media effects" studies. in: Barker, M. and Petley, J. (ed.) Ill effects: the media/violence debate. 2nd edition London, UK Routledge. pp. 47-62

Digital sexualities: a guide to internet resources
Gauntlett, D. 1999. Digital sexualities: a guide to internet resources. Sexualities. 2 (3), pp. 327-332.

Losing sight of the ball? Children, media and the global environment in a video research project
Gauntlett, D. 1999. Losing sight of the ball? Children, media and the global environment in a video research project. in: Ralph, S., Langham Brown, J. and Lees, T. (ed.) Youth and the global media: papers from the 29th University of Manchester broadcasting symposium Luton University of Luton Press.

Don’s diary
Gauntlett, D. 1999. Don’s diary. The Times Higher Education Supplement.

Ten things wrong with the “effects” model
Gauntlett, D. 1998. Ten things wrong with the “effects” model. in: Dickinson, R., Harindranath, R. and Linne, O. (ed.) Approaches to audiences: a reader London Arnold. pp. 120-130

Moral panic and media effects
Gauntlett, D. 1998. Moral panic and media effects. in: Jones, D. (ed.) Censorship: an international encyclopedia London Fitzroy Dearborn.

Video critical: children, the environment and media power
Gauntlett, D. 1997. Video critical: children, the environment and media power. John Libbey Media.

Introduction: Why no clear answers on media effects?
Gauntlett, D. 1997. Introduction: Why no clear answers on media effects? in: Charlton, T. and David, K. (ed.) Elusive links: television, video games, cinema and children’s behaviour London Park Published Papers.

Another crisis for media studies
Gauntlett, D. 1997. Another crisis for media studies. In The Picture: media education magazine. 31.

Screening the evidence
Gauntlett, D. 1995. Screening the evidence. Times Educational Supplement.

Moving experiences: understanding television's influences and effects
Gauntlett, D. 1995. Moving experiences: understanding television's influences and effects. John Libbey Media.

‘Full of very different people all mixed up together’: understanding community and environment through the classroom video project
Gauntlett, D. 1995. ‘Full of very different people all mixed up together’: understanding community and environment through the classroom video project. Primary Teaching Studies. 9 (1), pp. 8-13.

Broadcast concerns: a report on Broadcasting Standards Council complainants, based on a study of complaints received over an 18 month period
Gauntlett, D. 1995. Broadcast concerns: a report on Broadcasting Standards Council complainants, based on a study of complaints received over an 18 month period. London Broadcasting Standards Council.

Calling all couch potatoes
Gauntlett, D. 1994. Calling all couch potatoes. Times Higher Education.

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