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by Ulrike Hanna Meinhof,Jonathon Smith

  • ISBN: 0719047137
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Ulrike Hanna Meinhof,Jonathon Smith
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Manchester University Press (February 24, 2001)
  • Pages: 176 pages
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Meinhof and . mith eds. Intertextuality and the Media: from Genre to Everyday life. Manchester and New York.

She is a specialist in discourse analysis. Meinhof and .

The book explores various ways in which previous knowledge of the media interacts with experience in other domains .

The book explores various ways in which previous knowledge of the media interacts with experience in other domains to shape our understanding of different media genres. The significance and diversity of the concept of intertextuality is illustrated by detailed case studies including television advertising, current affairs broadcasting, music television, popular film and some print media, as well as a study of texts produced by audiences themselves.

Ulrike H. Meinhof, Jonathan Smith. Narrative and genre: key concepts in media studies. Library availability.

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Please read: Ulrike H. Meinhof and Jonathan Smith, Jonathan, ‘Spitting Image: TV genre and intertextuality’, pp. 43-60. Ulrike Hanna Meinhof, Jonathan Smith. Manchester University Press. The place of television programme formats.

Intertextuality and the media : from genre to everyday life /. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Ulrike H. Meinhof and Jonathan Smith. Strong words softly spoken": advertising and the intertextual construction of "Irishness" /. Helen Kelly-Holmes

Intertextuality and the media : from genre to everyday life /. Other Authors: Meinhof, Ulrike Hanna. Smith, Jonathan, 1963-. Helen Kelly-Holmes. Spitting image: TV genre and intertextuality /. Viewers' worlds: image, music, text and the Rock 'n' roll years /. Meinhof and Theo Van Leeuwen. Intertextuality and the discursive construction of knowledge: the case of economic understanding /.

Intertextuality and the media: From genre to everyday life. He spends a day collecting the charred fragments, hoping to discover some meaning in the scattered pieces of books. He assembles his own "lesser library. Meinhof, . & Smith, J. (Ed. Manchester, England: Manchester University Press. Intertextuality and ontology. of fragments, quotations, unfinished sentences, amputated stumps of books" (500). To Adso, these random shards are "an immense acrostic that says and repeats nothing" (501).

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The book sets out to clarify a difficult concept by suggesting methodologies for textual analysis and exemplary discussions of a wide range of texts. All the essays in this collection focus on one of the most influential yet confusing concepts in modern critical thinking--intertextuality--presenting a wide-ranging but cohesive theoretical framework within which media communication can be described and analyzed.

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