Other Bodies within Us: Shock, Affect and Reality Television Audiences

Johanssen, J. 2019. Other Bodies within Us: Shock, Affect and Reality Television Audiences. in: Graefer, A. (ed.) Media and the Politics of Offence Basingstoke Palgrave Macmillan.

Chapter titleOther Bodies within Us: Shock, Affect and Reality Television Audiences
AuthorsJohanssen, J.
EditorsGraefer, A.
KeywordsReality television, Embarrassing Bodies, offence, shock,
Book titleMedia and the Politics of Offence
Year2019
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
Publication dates
Published2019
Place of publicationBasingstoke

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