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Aisha Villegas <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 2 Feb 2021 13:43:15 +0100
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*Apologies for cross-posting*

Dear all,

VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture is excited to
announce that its latest issue on Tele(visualizing) Health is now online.
This thematic issue brings together articles that show how television has
been an instrument for, as well as a mirror of, public service and
specifically health services.

You can find the table of contents below or go to the issue here >>

VIEW Journal also has an open Call for Papers for their upcoming special
issue #21 on *"Television and Education".*  Find the full information here

Deadline for abstracts is March 1, 2021

Issue #18: Tele(visualizing) Health

Co-edited by Tricia Close-Koenig, Angela Saward, Jessica Borge


Television, an instrument for and a Mirror of Health and Health Services  -
Tricia Close-Koenig, Angela Saward, Jessica Borge >>



   Just Say No: Dr Richard I. Evans Efforts to Influence Juvenile Behaviour
   through US Public Health Programming  -  Emily Vinson >>


   Television, Teenagers and VD: An Insight into the Advisory Process
   behind Schools and Colleges’ Broadcasting in the Early 1970s in the UK -
   Angela Saward >> <>

   “Very Nearly an Armful!”: British Post-War Comedy and the NHS  - Matt
   Melia >> <>


   Television at the Crossroads of the History of Consumption and Health:
   The Morhange Talc Affair (1972-1981)  - Benjamin Coulomb>>

   A Programme Like No Other: AIDS Prevention in French Television,
   1995-1997 -   Pascale Mansier >> <>



   “Fighting the Uncertainty of Tomorrow”: Explaining and Portraying the
   Social Security System on French Television for Schools  - Christian
   Bonah, Joël Danet >> <>

   Bad Vibes: Images of Communication, Emotional Balance and Health in East
   German Television, 1970s-1980s - Sandra Schnädelbach >>

   Don’t Smoke, Take Drink in Moderation, Do Walk a Lot and Do Not Gorge
   Yourself beyond Your Satiation: Health Education by Television in West
   Germany from the 1960s to the 1980s - Susanne Vollberg >>

   Continuity and Change in British Public Service Television’s Engagement
   with Mental Health - Hannah Selby >>

   From Family Doctor to Healthentainment: Health Topics in the Italian
   Public Service from Neo-Television to Post-television -  Silvia Leonzi,
   Giovanni Ciofalo, Lorenzo Ugolini, Fabio Ciammella >>

VIEW is an open-access e-journal dedicated to sharing research on European
Television History and Culture. VIEW is supported by the EUscreen Network
and published by the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision in
collaboration with Utrecht University, Royal Holloway University of London,
and the University of Luxembourg.

Kind regards,

VIEW Journal team


*Aisha Villegas*
Outreach & Communications Coordinator

*Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision*

*Media Parkboulevard 1, 1217 WE  Hilversum *
*Postbus 1060, 1200 BB  Hilversum | **

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