Fictionalized histories on television, for all of their potential shortcomings, impact
the popular imagination, determining the ways ... The essays collected in
Televising Restoration Spain, then, seek to help address the critical silence
Author: David R. George, Jr.
This edited volume examines the historical, political, cultural, and aesthetic implications of re-visiting Restoration Spain (1874-1931) in television costume dramas produced since 2000. Contributors analyze, from different theoretical approaches and disciplinary perspectives, the appeal that the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries hold for twenty-first-century Spanish audiences, as well as for international viewers who consume these programs through new media platforms. Themes and issues explored include: the production of televisual heritage, representations of period technologies, evolving constructions of gender, hybridization of television genres, and television as historian. Expanding the scope of inquiry in Spanish media studies, this collection seeks to bring Spain into wider discussions of media and historical representation and visual and material culture in Europe, the Americas, and beyond.
He is currently Lecturer of the Audiovisual Communication and Advertising
Department of the Universidad de Sevilla (Spain). ... Audiencies at the Turn of the
Century”, co-written with Ángeles Martínez-García in Televising Restoration
Author: Hern ndez-Santaolalla, V¡ctor
Publisher: IGI Global
As media evolves with technological improvement, communication changes alongside it. In particular, storytelling and narrative structure have adapted to the new digital landscape, allowing creators to weave immersive and enticing experiences that captivate viewers. These experiences have great potential in marketing and advertising, but the medium?s methods are so young that their potential and effectiveness is not yet fully understood. Handbook of Research on Transmedia Storytelling, Audience Engagement, and Business Strategies is a collection of innovative research that explores transmedia storytelling and digital marketing strategies in relation to audience engagement. Highlighting a wide range of topics including promotion strategies, business models, and prosumers and influencers, this book is ideally designed for digital creators, advertisers, marketers, consumer analysts, media professionals, entrepreneurs, managers, executives, researchers, academicians, and students.
Moreover, in this same survey, 60.6 per cent of the Spaniards supported the
decision that had been made in favour of the restoration of monarchy in the
person of Prince Juan Carlos, at present King of Spain, as a solution to replace
Author: E. Bell
This volume brings together scholars from across Europe to critically examine TV history programming in a period of political, economic and cultural change. They look at links between programming and national identity, consider the representation of minorities, and explore a range of televisual genres and techniques.
February 14, 1962 March 15, 1962 Televised White House Tour Presentation of
Children's Art Carnival Gift to Indira Ghandi, India ... Isabel, Mexico City (in
Spanish) Message of Sympathy to Earthquake Victims, Ravello, Italy (broadcast
in Italian) Presentation of National ... the White House restoration project and
formal White House entertainments such as dinners, teas, concerts, and theatre
Author: Molly Meijer Wertheimer
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Inventing a Voice is a comprehensive work on the lives and communication of twentieth-century first ladies. Using a rhetorical framework, the contributors look at the speaking, writing, media coverage and interaction, and visual rhetoric of American first ladies from Ida Saxton McKinley to Laura Bush. The women's rhetorical devices varied--some practiced a rhetoric without words, while others issued press releases, gave speeches, and met with various constituencies. All used interpersonal or social rhetoric to support their husbands' relationships with world leaders, party officials, boosters, and the public. Featuring an extensive introduction and chapter on the 'First Lady as a Site of 'American Womanhood, '' Wertheimer has gathered a collection that includes the post-White House musings of many first ladies, capturing their reflections on public expectations and perceived restrictions on their communication.
38 Reporters and French crowds exclaimed over her ; newspaper and television
coverage was extensive , reporting on how she ... This was apparent later in
1961 , in trips to South America , when she spoke Spanish and again facilitated
informal communication ... restoration of the White House and her goal to make it
a national treasury of authentic American furnishings and art objects for the
Author: Vito N. Silvestri
Publisher: Praeger Publishers
Silvestri provides a chronicle of the political and social contexts for John F. Kennedy's 18-year career as a public communicator and political leader. He offers communication analysis of his years in politics, his campaigns, debates, and use of television on issues that became landmark communication efforts, elevating his charismatic presidency.
callion into ited Station of stunted economic growth and Spain ' s The Logos
service , by contrast , manisolation from the ... Rather , the monthe official one ,
Efe — the name deriving archists constitute a lobby , working and from the
Spanish phonetic pronunciahoping for a restoration of a ... A typical televised
newscast emphasizes a Britain , and France jointly declared that the AlGerman
canoe race , a ...
Includes section "Book reviews" and other bibliographical material.
She spoke French, Spanish, and Italian and was greeted by adoring crowds on
numerous international visits, including a trip to France, ... Early in the Kennedy
administration, Mrs. Kennedy devoted herself to the restoration of the White
House. ... In 1962 she gave a televised tour of the newly restored White House to
Author: Facts On File, Incorporated
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
A definitive guide to the role of the president from the American Revolution through the present day and spans the relationship between the executive and the other branches of government, court cases, elections, political opponents, scandals, and more.
8, 315). it presented its Final Report in Spanish on August 28, 2003. ... The
nationally televised hearings of the TrC were the first time in the Americas that a
truth commission had conducted its ... individual and collective trauma associated
with the armed violence, a possible first step in the state's duty to restore
Author: Deborah Cowen
For all too obvious reasons, war, empire, and military conflict have become extremely hot topics in the academy. Given the changing nature of war, one of the more promising areas of scholarly investigation has been the development of new theories of war and war’s impact on society. War, Citizenship, Territory features 19 chapters that look at the impact of war and militarism on citizenship, whether traditional territorially-bound national citizenship or "transnational" citizenship. Cowen and Gilbert argue that while there has been an explosion of work on citizenship and territory, Western academia’s avoidance of the immediate effects of war (among other things) has led them to ignore war, which they contend is both pervasive and well nigh permanent. This volume sets forth a new, geopolitically based theory of war’s transformative role on contemporary forms of citizenship and territoriality, and includes empirical chapters that offer global coverage.