References

TV Cultures

Alan McKee’s ‘Why do I Love TV so very much?’ in the online journal Flow

Graeme Blundell’s ‘The Past is Another Country’ from The Australian

Kinder, Marsha (1991). Playing with Power in Movies, Television, and Video Games: From Muppet Babies to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Berkeley and Los Angeles, California: University of California Press. pp. 38, 119.

Kinder, Marsha (2003). Honoring the past and creating the future in cyberspace: new technologies and cultural specificity. The contemporary Pacific Spring. 2003.

McIsrael? On the “Americanization of Israel”
Azaryahu, Maoz. Israel Studies 5. 1 (Mar 31, 2000): 41.

Kapur, Akash. “How India became America.” New York Times 11 Mar. 2012: 5(L). Expanded Academic ASAP. Web. 21 Aug. 2012.

H. Nacify cited in Sinclair, Jacka and Cunningham (1996)

Michael Kackman, 2010, ‘Quality Television, Melodrama and Cultural Complexity’

Jason Mittel, 2009, ‘More thoughts on soap operas and television seriality’

Integrated Media 2

Rosen, J. (2012). “The People Formerly Known as the Audience” The Social Media Reader. New York, New York University Press: 13-16

boyd, d. (2012) “Participating in the Always-On Lifestyle” The Social Media Reader. New York, New York University Press: 71-76

Hyde, A. Mike Linksvayer, kararinka, Michael Mandiberg, Marta Peirano, Sissu Tarka, Astra Taylor, Alan Toner, Mushon Zer-Aviv (2012) “What is Collaboration Anyway?” The Social Media Reader. New York, New York University Press: 53-67

Song, F. (2009). “The Institutional Landscape: The Market of Virtual Communities”. Virtual Communities: Bowling Alone, Online Together. New York, Peter Lang Publishing: 77-99

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