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Hi,

I like John Caldwell's Televisuality : style, crisis, and authority in 
American television from Rutgers, 1995. However, the book does not cover 
the history of TV.  It concentrates on the eighties I think with references 
to other periods.  A very good book I think.

Jeannette


At 05:04 PM 15/10/2003 +1000, you wrote:
>Is anyone aware of an equivalent to David Bordwell's work on classical film
>style and aesthetics in the field of television studies?
>
>I'm specifically looking for insight on the history and application of
>certain editing styles and techniques (including the use of dissolves); the
>use of zooms; and the 360 rule as it applies to television production.
>
>I know Jeremy Butler's television studies textbook, TELEVISION: CRITICAL
>METHODS AND APPLICATIONS, has quite a bit about matters such as these, but
>can anyone else recommend a reference on this subject?
>
>Thank you,
>
>Max Dawson
>School of Media and Communications
>University of New South Wales
>Sydney NSW 2052
>AUSTRALIA
>
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>Online resources for film/TV studies may be found at ScreenSite
>http://www.ScreenSite.org


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Online resources for film/TV studies may be found at ScreenSite
http://www.ScreenSite.org