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  2. Reading List: 89 items
    1. Week 1: no required reading 1 item
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    2. Week 1: recommended reading 1 item
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    3. Week 2: required reading 3 items
      1. Television in a digital age: what role for public service broadcasting? - S. P. Hargreaves Heap 01/01/2005

        Article Essential Read: Scannell, Paddy (2000). Public service broadcasting: The history of a concept.

      2. Public service broadcasting - David Hendy 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read: Hendy, David (2013). Chapter 3: Cultivation: Broadcasting culture (pp. 46-69).

    4. Week 2: recommended reading 7 items
      1. An introduction to television studies - Jonathan Bignell 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Bignell, Jonathan (2012). Chapter 3: Televison cultures, (pp. 67-92).

      2. An introductory history of British broadcasting - Andrew Crisell 2002 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Chapter 6: Pilkington and after (pp. 112-134).

      3. Public service broadcasting - David Hendy 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

      4. Public service broadcasting: a reader - James McDonnell 1991

        Book Recommended

      5. British television: a reader - Edward Buscombe 2000

        Book Recommended Read: Scannell, Paddy (2000). Public service broadcasting: The history of a concept. (pp. 45-62).

      6. The decline and fall of public service broadcasting - Michael Tracey 1998 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Tracey, Michael (1998). Chapter 2: Principles of public service broadcasting, (pp. 16-32).

      7. The decline and fall of public service broadcasting - Michael Tracey 1998 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Tracey, Michael (1998). Chapter 3: The deconstruction of public service broadcasting, (pp. 33-62).

    5. Week 3: required reading 3 items
      1. Promotional screen industries - Paul Grainge, Catherine Johnson 2015 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read: Grainge, Paul and Catherine Johnson (2015). Television: Transmedia promotion and second screens (pp. 119-147).

      2. Doctor Who: the unfolding event - marketing, merchandising and mediatizing a brand anniversary - Matt Hills 2015 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read: Hills, Matt (2015). Marketing the 50th anniversary: Brand management and the cultural value of the Doctor. (pp. 27-55).

      3. Branding television - Catherine Johnson 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read: Johnson, Catherine (2012). The end of public service broadcasting?: Branding Channel 4 and the BBC. (pp. 84-111).

    6. Week 3: recommended reading 6 items
      1. Public service broadcasting - David Hendy 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Hendy, David (2013). Chapter 5: Choice: Responding to competition (pp. 90-105).

      2. Branding television - Catherine Johnson 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Johnson, Catherine (2012). Of idents and interstitials: Channel branding, (pp. 115-142).

      3. Branding television - Catherine Johnson 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Johnson, Catherine (2012). Longevity, transferability and multiplicity: Programme brands, (pp. 143-166).

      4. New dimensions of Doctor Who: adventures in space, time and television 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Johnson, Catherine (2013). Doctor Who as programme brand, (pp. 95-122).

      5. New dimensions of Doctor Who: adventures in space, time and television - Matt Hills 2013

        Book Recommended Read: Johnson, Catherine (2013). Doctor Who as programme brand, (pp. 95-122).

    7. Week 4: required reading 3 items
      1. Network nations: a transnational history of British and American broadcasting - Michele Hilmes 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Hilmes, Michele (2012). Transatlantic partnerships, 1964-75. (pp. 255-297).

      2. Transnational Television Drama: Special Relations and Mutual Influence between the US and UK. - Elke Weissmann 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read: Weissman, Elke (2012). Chapter 6: The national in international co-productions. (pp. 140-163).

    8. Week 4: recommended reading 1 item
      1. None 

    9. Week 5: required reading 3 items
    10. Week 5: recommended reading 1 item
      1. None 

    11. Week 6: required reading 1 item
        • No required readings – Essay Writing skills week

    12. Week 6: recommended reading 1 item
      1. None 

    13. Week 8: required reading 4 items
      1. Screen Traffic: Movies, Multiplexes, and Global Culture - Charles R. Acland 2003 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read: Acland, Charles R (2003). Chapter 3.

      2. Screen Traffic: Movies, Multiplexes, and Global Culture - Charles R. Acland 2003 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read:Acland, Charles R. (2003) Chapter 9.

      3. Ways of seeing August 2016

        Article Essential Especially: Amanda Randall, ‘Keep it in the Community’ (pp. 44-45) and Kate Taylor, ‘Up on the barricades’ (p. 48). Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module FMSU9M1

      4. Up on the barricades - Kate Taylor 2016

        Article Essential Requires password. Go to https://extranet.stir.ac.uk/lib/passwords/SightandSound.pdf to get password first

    14. Week 8: recommended reading 15 items
      1. Hollywood cinema - Richard Maltby 2003

        Book Recommended [Factual account of development of the pattern of exhibition and distribution that characterised classical Hollywood, pp. 113-130. Drive-ins, roadshows and exploitation: pp. 159-170. Multiplexes and saturation releases 181-188]

      2. Great British Brands Tuesday, 12 Apr 2011

        Audio-visual document Recommended Requires free registration

      3. Watching films: new perspectives on movie-going, exhibition and reception - Karina Aveyard, Albert Moran, Sue Jarvis, Holly Rose 2013

        Book Recommended Read: Hanson, S. (2013). From Out-of-town to the Edge and Back to the Centre: Multiplexes in Britain from the 1990s. (pp. 245–259).

      4. A Night at the Movies: From Art House to ‘Microcinema’ - Rebecca M. Alvin 2007

        Article Recommended Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module FMSU9M1

      5. Leaving the movie theatre, IN: The rustle of language - R. Barthes

        Chapter Recommended Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module FMSU9M1

      6. Midnight movies - J. Hoberman, Jonathan Rosenbaum c1983

        Book Recommended

      7. Cinema paradiso: Nuovo cinema paradiso - Guisseppe Tornatore, Philippe Noiret, Jacques Perrin, Antonella Atlilli c2003 (videorecording (dvd) =)

        Book Recommended

      8. Out of Print - Julia Marchese 2014

        Audio-visual document Recommended Currently unavailable

    15. Week 9: required reading 1 item
      1. Chapter 6 of The rise and rise of the independents: a television history - I. Potter

        Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module FMSU9M1

    16. Week 9: recommended reading 2 items
      1. Media independence: working with freedom or working for free? 2015 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: James Bennett (2015). From independence to independents, public service to profit: British TV and the impossibility of independence. (pp. 71-93)

    17. Week 10: required reading 2 items
      1. The Media Student's Book - Gill Branston, Roy Stafford 2010 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read: Branston, Gill & Stafford, Roy (2010) ‘Representations’

      2. Media, Gender and Identity: An introduction - David Gauntlett, Professor David Gauntlett 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read: Gauntlett, David (2008) ‘Representations of Gender Today’

    18. Week 10: recommended reading 12 items
      1. An introduction to television studies - Jonathan Bignell 2004

        Book Recommended Read: Bignell, Jonathan (2004) ‘Television Representation’ in An Introduction to Television Studies, London: Routledge. Please note that this chapter is not in the e-book 3rd edition, but there are hard copies of the 2004 edition in the Library.

      2. The matter of images: essays on representations - Richard Dyer 2002 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Dyer, Richard (1993) ‘The Role of Stereotypes’

      3. Representation - Stuart Hall, Jessica Evans, Sean Nixon 2013

        Book Recommended Read: Hall, Stuart (2013) ‘The Spectacle of the ‘Other’’

      4. Media, Gender and Identity: An introduction - David Gauntlett, Professor David Gauntlett 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

      5. Representation - Stuart Hall, Jessica Evans, Sean Nixon 2013

        Book Recommended Read: Hall, Stuart (2013). The Spectacle of the ‘Other’.

      6. Image and representation: key concepts in media studies - Nick Lacey 2009

        Book Recommended Read: Lacey, Nick (2009) ‘Representation’

      7. Image and representation: key concepts in media studies - Nick Lacey 2009

        Book Recommended Read: Lacey, Nick (2009). Representing gender

      8. Representation - Stuart Hall, Jessica Evans, Sean Nixon 2013

        Book Recommended Read: Nixon, Sean (2013) ‘Exhibiting Masculinity’

      9. The media studies reader - Tim O'Sullivan, Yvonne Jewkes 1997

        Book Recommended Read: Perkins, Tessa (1997) ‘Rethinking Stereotypes’

      10. Cultural theory and popular culture: an introduction - John Storey 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Storey, John (2009). Race, Racism and Representation

      11. Analysing media texts 2006

        Book Recommended Read: Toynbee, Jason (2006) ‘The Politics of Representation’

      12. Telling it as it is? Questions of media representation, IN: Understanding media theory - K. Williams

        Chapter Recommended Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module FMSU9M1

    19. Week 11: required reading 2 items
      1. Scotland, global cinema: genres, modes and identities - David Martin-Jones c2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read: Martin-Jones, David (2009) ‘Introduction: Fantasy Scotlands’

      2. Introduction, IN: Screening Scotland - D. Petrie

        Chapter Recommended Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module FMSU9M1

    20. Week 11: recommended reading 14 items
      1. From tartan to tartanry: Scottish culture, history and myth - Ian Brown c2010 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Butt, R. (2010) Looking at tartan in film: history, identity and spectacle’, pp. 166 – 179.

      2. From limelight to satellite: a Scottish film book - Richard Attenborough, Eddie Dick, Scottish Film Council, British Film Institute 1990

        Book Recommended Read: Caughie, John (1990) ‘Representing Scotland: New Questions for Scottish Cinema’

      3. Scotland in film - Forsyth Hardy 1990

        Book Recommended

      4. The media: an introduction - Adam Briggs, Paul Cobley 2002

        Book Recommended Read: Higson, Andrew (2002) ‘Nationality: National Identity and the Media’

      5. Scotch reels: Scotland in cinema and television - Colin McArthur 1982

        Book Recommended

      6. Brigadoon, Braveheart, and the Scots: Scotland in Hollywood cinema - Colin McArthur, ebrary, Inc 2003 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

      7. Understanding Scotland: the sociology of a nation - David McCrone 2001 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: McCrone, David (2001) ‘Scottish Culture: Images and Icons’

      8. The new Scottish cinema - Jonathan Murray 2015

        Book Recommended

      9. The media in Scotland - Neil Blain, David Hutchison 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Neely, Sarah (2008). Contemporary Scottish cinema. [Also browse other chapters in the book.]

      10. Representing Scotland in literature, popular culture and iconography: the masks of the modern nation - Alan Riach 2005 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Riach, Alan (2004) ‘It Happened Fast and it was Dark: Cinema, Theatre and Television, Comic Books’

      11. Scottish cinema now - Jonathan Murray, Fidelma Farley, Rod Stoneman c2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Sillars, J. (2008). Admitting the kailyard, (pp. 122-138).

      12. Scottish cinema now - Jonathan Murray, Fidelma Farley, Rod Stoneman, ebrary, Inc 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Sillars, J. (2008). Admitting the kailyard, (pp. 122-138).

    21. Week 12: required reading 2 items
      1. The media in Scotland - Neil Blain, David Hutchison 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read: Cook, John R. (2008). Three Ring Circus: Television drama about, by and for Scotland. (pp. 107-122).

      2. The Edinburgh companion to contemporary Scottish literature c[2007 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read:Gibson, Gordon and Sarah Neely (2007). Scottish television drama and parochial representation. (pp. 106-113).

    22. Week 12: recommended reading 4 items
      1. The Edinburgh companion to contemporary Scottish literature c[2007 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Gibson, Gordon and Sarah Neely (2007). Scottish television drama and parochial representation, (pp. 106-113).

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