The Talking Cure : TV Talk Shows and Women

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The Talking Cure : TV Talk Shows and Women

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  • Routledge(1996/12発売)
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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 242 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415910880
  • DDC分類 791.456

基本説明

Examines four nationally syndicated television talk shows: Donahue, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Geraldo and Sally Jessy Raphael; which are primarily devoted to feminine culture and issues.

Full Description


The Talking Cure examines four nationally syndicated television talk shows--Donahue, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Geraldo and Sally Jessy Raphael--which are primarily devoted to feminine culture and issues. Serving as one of the few public forums where working-class women and those with different sexual orientations have a voice, these talk shows represent American TV at its most radical. Shattuc examines the tension between talk's feminist politics and the television industry, who, in their need to appeal to women, trades on sensation, stereotypes and fears in order to engender product consumption. However, this genre is not a one-way form of social interaction. The female audience complies and resists in a complex give-and-take, and it is this relationship which The Talking Cure aims to understand and reveal.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    vii
Introduction 1 (12)
The Terms of the Debate about Talk Shows
Sobbing Sisters 13 (34)
The Evolution of Talk Shows
Talk is Cheap 47 (38)
How the Industrial Production Process
Constructs Femininity
The ``Oprahfication'' of America? 85 (26)
Identity Politics and Public Sphere Debate
Freud vs. Women 111(26)
The Popularization of Therapy on Daytime
Talk Shows
``Go Ricki'' 137(34)
Politics, Perversion, and Pleasure in the
1990s
Conclusion 171(28)
The Inconclusive Audience
APPENDIX 199(8)
Talk Show Content (February 21-25, 1995)
Notes 207(20)
Bibliography 227(10)
Index 237