ラジオの文化史:読本<br>Radio Reader : Essays in the Cultural History of Radio

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ラジオの文化史:読本
Radio Reader : Essays in the Cultural History of Radio

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 569 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415928212
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While cultural historians and media scholars have been looking at television for decades, they have only recently turned their eyes (and ears) to radio. Studies of television rarely acknowledge that many of its forms-soap operas, situation comedies, quiz shows, sportscasts, etc.-all evolved out of the earlier medium. The essays collected here demonstrate that radio set patterns that have effected all forms of media that have followed it, and also look at how it has survived the coming of media that supposedly made it obsolete.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    ix
Introduction xi
Rethinking Radio 1 (20)
Michele Hilmes
Radio in the Great Depression: Promotional 21 (20)
Culture, Public Service, and Propaganda
Kate Lacey
Critical Reception: Public Intellectuals 41 (22)
Decry Depression-Era Radio, Mass Culture, and
Modern America
Bruce Lenthall
``Your Voice Came in Last Night...But I 63 (26)
Thought It Sounded a Little Scared'': Rural
Radio Listening and ``Talking Back'' During
the Progressive Era in Wisconsin, 1920-1932
Derek Vaillant
Vox Pop: Network Radio and the Voice of the 89 (24)
People
Jason Loviglio
Man of the Hour: Walter A. Maier and Religion 113(22)
by Radio on the Lutheran Hour
Tona Hangen
``The Tendency to Deprave and Corrupt 135(22)
Morals'': Regulation and Irregular Sexuality
in Golden Age Radio Comedy
Matthew Murray
Poisons, Potions, and Profits: Radio Rebels 157(26)
and the Origins of the Consumer Movement
Kathy M. Newman
Scary Women and Scarred Men: Suspense, Gender 183(26)
Trouble, and Postwar Change, 1942-1950
Allison McCracken
Radio's ``Cultural Front,'' 1938-1948 209(22)
Judith E. Smith
Radio and the Political Discourse of Racial 231(26)
Equality
Barbara Savage
A Dark(ened) Figure on the Airwaves: Race, 257(20)
Nation, and the Green Hornet
Alexander Russo
Expatriate American Radio Propagandists in 277(24)
the Employ of the Axis Powers
William F. O'Connor
Now it Can be Told: The Influence of the 301(18)
United States Occupation on Japanese Radio
Susan Smulyan
Before the Scandals: The Radio Precedents of 319(24)
the Quiz Show Genre
Jason Mittell
``The Case of the Radio-Active Housewife'': 343(24)
Relocating Radio in the Age of Television
Jennifer Hyland Wang
Radio Redefines Itself, 1947-1962 367(22)
Eric Rothenbuhler
Tom McCourt
Turn on...Tune In: The Rise and Demise of 389(16)
Commercial Underground Radio
Michael C. Keith
Lead Us Not into Temptation: American Public 405(18)
Radio in a World of Infinite Possibilities
Jack Mitchell
Radio by and for the Public: The Death and 423(28)
Resurrection of Low-Power Radio
Paul Rilsmandel
Technostruggles: Black Liberation Radio 451(10)
John Fiske
Scanning the ``Stations of the Cross'': 461(24)
Christian Right Radio in Post-Fordist Society
Paul Apostolidis
Letting the Boys be Boys: Talk Radio, Male 485(20)
Hysteria, and Political Discourse in the 1980s
Susan J. Douglas
Radio's Digital Future: Preserving the Public 505(26)
Interest in the Age of New Media
Michael P. McCauley
Notes on Contributors 531(6)
Index 537